TGIF, am I right? Actually, I had a couple days off this week, so I’m taking my restored vitality and pouring it into today’s post. One deal? Phbbllttt! How about five, baby!
Actually, I just had a hard time narrowing down all the killer deals I found today, so I figured why not share them all? Without further ado…
1. While supplies last, TigerDirect has the refurbished Elements ELDFW464 46-inch HDTV for $299.99. That’s after applying coupon code NTP66913 at checkout, and not including shipping (which is $49.99). I tend to be a little leery of refurbished TVs, and this one has only a 60-day warranty — but holy mackerel is that a good price.
2. Today only, and also while supplies last, DailySteals has the Altec Lansing UHP106 Backbeat Series In-Ear Headphones for $7.99 shipped. Features include a tangle-resistant cord and three sets of earbuds. Check out CNET’s UHP106 review, which called them “a good value at $20.” Ergo, they must be a great value at $7.99!
3. Also today only, and also also while supplies last, Woot Sellout has the refurbished Roku XD 2050X for $44.99, plus $5 for shipping. This is the high-end model of the previous-generation Roku boxes, featuring both Ethernet and 802.11n connectivity and an enhanced remote (which has a 10-second instant-replay button, among others).
4. If you didn’t pull the trigger on that mega-popular Vizio soundbar the last time around, here’s your chance: Newegg has the refurbished Vizio VSB200 sound bar for $54.99 shipped. That’s after applying coupon code EMCNCHC39 at checkout. (Note that you must be a Newegg newsletter subscriber to use the code.)
5. Love Buckyballs? Me, too. But they’ve just been banned, so you better grab some while you can. (Just be sure to keep them away from small children.) GearXS has the Buckyball-like 216 5mm Magnetic Ball Puzzle Game for $13.99, plus $3.99 for shipping — without a doubt the lowest price I’ve seen on this kind of thing.
Have a great weekend, cheeps!
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