Best game-day deals: Score NFL apparel, appliances, and more

Get ready for game day with the week's best tailgate deals. 

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A Washington Redskins helmet sits on the field as players warm-up before an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Philadelphia.

The NFL season kicks off this week, and you can still get ready for game-day with the week's best tailgate deals. Score a 6-quart Crock-Pot, apparel, a grill, and more, all with your fav NFL logo.

Crock-Pot NFL 6-Quart Slow Cooker
Store: Walmart
Price: $39.42
Shipping: In-store pickup, or $5.97 s&h
Lowest By: $11

Bring something tasty to the tailgate and show off your team pride with this Crock-Pot Cook & Carry 6-quart slow cooker. Choose from 12 NFL teams (Indianapolis Colts pictured) for this game-day essential that serves 7 people or more. It features three heat settings, removable oval stoneware, and a locking lid that's also dishwasher-safe.

NFL Team Apparel at Target
Store: Target
Price: Buy one select NFL fan shop apparel item get a second item for 30% off
Shipping: In-store pickup, or from $4 s&h
Expires: September 17

Dress like the super fan you are with select NFL fan shop apparel items. House divided? Buy one select NFL apparel item, and get a second item of equal or lesser value for 30% off to cover all your bases. (Discount applies in cart.) Even better, take an additional $5 off orders of $50 or more when you click through this link. Plus, orders of $25 or more bag free shipping. One of our top picks is this NFL Men's Ring Spun T-Shirt (New York Jets pictured) for $19.99 before discount.

Not an NFL fan? Note that this deal is also valid on NCAA, NBA, MLB, and NHL apparel.

NFL Pet Hoodie T-Shirt
Store: Groupon
Price: $19.99
Shipping: $3.99 s&h
Lowest By: $6

Get man's best friend in on the game-day fun with this NFL pet hoodie t-shirt. Your pets will be cozy in this short-sleeve getup featuring your favorite colorful team logo. Choose from 14 styles (Carolina Panthers pictured) in most sizes XS to L.

Picnic Time NFL Team X-Grill BBQ
Store: Target
Price: $58.96 in-cart
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $11

No tailgate is complete without a grilling session. Perfect for smaller batches of burgers, hot dogs, and wings, this Picnic Time NFL Team x-grill BBQ is a great addition to your game-day festivities. Features include a 203.5 square inch grilling surface and a handy carrying case. To get this deal: Choose from 32 teams (Carolina Panthers pictured) and add the grill to your cart. Then, click this link, and the price will drop by $5.

A close price: Bed Bath & Beyond has it for $59.99 with free shipping.

NFL Bottle Skinz Covers at Home Depot
Store: Home Depot
Price: From $9.99
Shipping: In-store pickup, or $5.99 s&h

Accessorize your propane tanks, water coolers, and water bottles appropriately with these NFL Bottle Skinz. Opt for in-store pickup to avoid the shipping fee, or score free shipping on orders of $45 or more. Choose from a variety of teams to support, whether you're grilling at a tailgate, stuck in the office on game-day, or just quenching your thirst from the stands.

This story originally appeared on Dealnews.com.

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