Morning Deals Round Up

• We weren’t quite sure what a deck box was, exactly. Turns out it’s a big plastic box for putting crap in that lives, presumably, on one’s deck. We’re told the $40 price for this one on Amazon is a good deal, but the fact that it ships from Target and not Big A might screw up the value. [via SlickDeals]

• Overstock.com has a ton of furniture for extremely reasonable prices with shipping just $1. Even better, there’s an 8% off coupon (expires today), making this a pretty decent way to pick up some cheap pieces.

• Acortech has a cheapo 19-inch flat-panel for $200, shipped. We’d wait for a deal on one of the Dell 20-inchers, but they arenearly twice as much (but with much higher resolution).

• Today’s Woot! is the Cuisinart Grind and Brew Thermal 10-Cup Coffee Maker for $75, shipped. We do so enjoy the grind ‘n’ brew concept, but have no idea if this model is worth the cash.

• Dell is selling a totally okay laptop for under $400. Details at Deals of America. (They’ve also got a deal on the Sony PSP for $160.)

• Become a twinkling, Bluetooth sprites with the IOGear Bluetooth Wireless Headset – for $29.95 + Free Shipping (List Price:$69.95)

• Make your electronic device into an elephant of remembrance. Kingston 1GB Secure Digital Flash Memory Card for $24.95 + Free Shipping ($9 Mail-in-Rebate) OR even 2GB for $49.95 + Free Shipping after $11 Mail-in-Rebate.

Highlights from Dealhack

Save 35% or More off Dell LCD Flat Panel Displays at Dell Home

Save up to 76% off Bargain Books at Amazon

Buy Two Xbox Games & Get Third Free Instantly at BestBuy.com

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  1. Megan Trigg says:

    The deck box looks a lot like the dock boxes my grandparents always had with their boats. You know, a water-tight box kept on the deck for storing boat-related crap. It looks like it’s the same thing in theory, minus the boating influence.

  2. Mary Marsala With Fries says:

    I’m rather shocked that you post deals from Overstock.com. Everything I’ve read suggests that they’re a veritable customer service nightmare, with a long and illustrious history of screwing everyone they can get their meathooks into. Does the Might Consumerist know differently?

  3. Joel Johnson says:

    Overstock.com is a bit crazy, but a deal’s a deal’s a deal, if it’s a good one.