Morning Deals Round Up

• Today’s Woot! is a $55 Seiko’s Woman’s Watch, perfect for the mother who only deserves a token gesture.

• While this isn’t a recommendation to actually go there, here’s a coupon for T.G.I. Friday’s that gets you a free appetizer (or ‘app’ as they say in the crappy restaurant business) with a $15 purchase. [via SlickDeals]

• Finally, the price begins to drop on the iRobot Scooba, now available for $300 plus shipping from Brookstone. It’s the Roomba that mops—someday I will own him, despite his proprietary Clorox-brand cleaning fuel.

• Amazon is selling Fox TV DVD sets for half-off, including the as-yet-unreleased final, season 3 set of Arrested Development, the show America was too dumb to watch.

Highlights from Dealhack

Top-Rated Chateau Ste. Michelle Under $20 Specials at Wine.com

Flash Memory 1GB SD & Mini SD and 512MB USB Deals at Buy.com

Mother’s Day Sale 10% off Jewelry & Fashion at Ashford.com

Hitachi DZ-MV730A DVD Camcorder $120 off at Geeks.com

Highlihgts from Delight Deals

Hearst Magazines: Snag the employee discount (up to 80% off!) for mags like Cosmo, Marie Claire, and Harper’s Bazaar using this link!  Good ’til May 5, 2006.

Calyx & Corolla: Rare free shipping on $65+ bouquets from luxury flower peddler, Calyx & Corolla!  Use code: CCMDAYFS

Macy’s: 20% off with the Friends & Family Event May 3-7, 2006!  Click to print your coupon for Macy’s West stores or Macy’s East stores, or use online codes MCEXEM6SP7 or MCEXEM7SP7.

Bath & Body Works: Another sweet deal — print this coupon for $10 off $30 purchase or use code GIFT10 until May 15, 2006.

Aveda: Free shipping on soothing bath indulgences when you spend $50, use code: MOMSFS

Olay: Tons of freebies like Olay Complete with SPF and Olay Regenerist Microdermabrasion.  Experiment without guilt!

Netflix: If you have an account, you can now buy used copies of your fave flicks with original DVD case and artwork.  Prices start at $5.99, shipping included.

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  1. Bubba Barney says:

    TGI Friday’s is where that diner found human flesh, sliced off a worker’s finger, on their hamburger.

    http://www.politicalgateway.com/news/read/10579

  2. Ben Popken says:

    But they were really nice about it, so maybe it’s a good place to go.