Morning Deals

  • Woot: Pinnacle TV PCTV HD Pro Stick for $69.99
  • HP: Pavilion tx1000z 12.1? Dual Core Tablet Notebook Computer for $804.99
  • Buy.com: U.S. Luggage Business Cases Vinyl Expandable Attache (Black) for $24.99 ($14.99 for new Google Checkout customers)
  • Highlights From Dealhack

  • Geeks: Linksys USB VPN & Firewall Network Adapter $13
  • Dell Business: PowerEdge Dual Core, Dual Drive Servers up to 48% off
  • Buy.com: Creative Zen Stone Plus 2GB MP3 Player $45 & Free Shipping
  • Highlights From Bargainist

  • CVS: 50% off all candy
  • Toys “R” Us: Friends & Family 15% off $150 purchases coupon
  • Overstock.com:Xbox 360 Arcade Bundle Console $230 w/Paypal
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    1. ColoradoShark says:

      The link to HP for the TX1000z shows it selling for $949.99. I bought one of those a few months ago and was looking at it for a friend yesterday who also bought one. This is the normal price. Was this a very short morning deal?

    2. yeah even with my employee price plan it still comes up to $883.99. That would of been a nice deal on top of the discount…

    3. humphrmi says:

      Anyone know where there’s a bluetooth phone earpiece on sale today?

    4. speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

      @humphrmi: Try these.

      Staples.com has the Jabra FreeSpeak BT250v Bluetooth Headset for 29.99 (reg. 69.99). I just checked and it is still available.

      Buy.com (though we don’t have much love for them as a company) has the Samsung WEP180 Bluetooth Headset, list 49.99, on special for 29.99 (19.99 after rebate), plus if you are a new Google Checkout user, you can take 10.00 off of that.

    5. ColoradoShark says:

      @ColoradoShark:I’m impressed with whoever checks the comments and appropriately updates the original post so quickly. You are a model for how sellers should act (Do not imply any sarcasm as none is in there.)

    6. ElizabethD says:

      @ColoradoShark:

      You mean “infer,” not imply.

      I’m sorry. Sometimes I can’t help myself; I am always “stepping foot” (snerk) in other people’s grammar.

    7. ColoradoShark says:

      @ElizabethD: Of course, you are correct. I should have said, “Please do not infer any sarcasm as I am not trying to imply any.”

    8. humphrmi says:

      @speedwell: Thanks!