Morning Deals

  • Woot: Polaroid T730 Compact 7MP Digital Camera for $74.99
  • Fry’s: Harman Kardon AVR-146 5.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver for $172.43 + $9 s&h
  • Amazon: Denali 150-Piece Homeowner’s Drill & Drive Bit Accessory Kit for $29.99 + free shipping

Highlights From Dealhack

  • REI Outlet: Save an Extra 20% off Any One Item Store-Wide
  • Amazon: Black & Decker Cordless Tools at least 50% off & Including a Free Spare Battery for a limited time
  • Buy.com: Cavalry 500GB USB Drive $80 Shipped + SDHC Savings

Highlights From Bargainist

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  1. chiieddy says:

    The REI coupon seems to be dead.

  2. jchabotte says:

    The Buy.com deal was listed on their site yesterday.. When checking out, it went to add shipping on it. Seems to be over.

  3. speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

    Krispy Kreme pulls out of Houston, then runs Free Doughnut Day. (disgruntled)

  4. @jchabotte:
    are you selecting “budget shipping”? (standard shipping is default and costs $8)

    Use a new google checkout account to get $10 off making it $70 shipped w/applicable tax (damn NY state)

  5. Ben Popken says:

    @chiieddy: “No coupon is needed. The 20% discount will be taken off of the most expensive item in your order (maximizing your savings). Discount available on orders through Thursday June 12 Pacific Time.”

  6. sn1per420 says:

    Figures that 2 weeks after I buy a 500GB external for $90 (From the morning deals), you guys post one for $80. Ah well, I still got a decent deal, and if jchabotte is right, the shipping would only make this ~$5 cheaper.

  7. Angryrider says:

    Free doughnut today! And it’s my -.
    I wish I lived near a KK, but it seems unlikely as the franchise costs are astronomical!

  8. jchabotte says:

    @discounteggroll:

    d’oh, you’re right..

  9. chevychic55 says:

    I got a WD 500GB on black friday for 67$ out the door. i didnt even have to get out of my pj’s since I got it online. i did all of my black friday shopping online.

  10. SgtBeavis says:

    I own the Harman Kardon AVR-146.

    It is a very nice AVR for the price. However, be aware that the HDMI ports are PASS THROUGH only. They do not channel sound to the AVR’s speakers. For that you will need sound cables.

    Also be aware that one HDMI port uses a fiber optic cable for sound while the other uses a Coaxial cable. You can buy a coaxial to fiber optic converter from Monoprice.com as well as all your other cables. I know it has been said before but Monoprice is probably the best place to get cables at low prices…..