Morning Deals

  • Newegg: 24-hour sale
  • Woot: Refurbished Dyson DC18 All-Floor Vacuum for $259.99
  • Buy.com: ASUS Eee PC 4G Surf Celeron M 900MHz 7″ Widescreen Laptop for $294 + free shipping

Highlights From Dealhack

  • Staples: Peachtree Pro Acounting 2008 Free After Rebate
  • Newegg: RCA RP5050 Digital Voice Recorder with Camera $35 Shipped
  • MacMall: Wacom Graphire4 4×5 Graphics Tablet for PCs & Macs $40

Highlights From Buxr

  • Meritline.com: 8 x 21 Rubber Armored Binocular for $7.69 w/ Free Shipping after coupon code M24804545POFF
  • Frys.com: Crucial 4GB DDR2 PC5300 Laptop Memory Kit $34.99 after rebate
  • HobbyLobby.com: 40% Off Hobby Lobby Printable Coupon (expires Sept 6)

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  1. post_break says:

    Id steer clear of meritline. I ordered an iphone car charger on august 12th, it still hasen’t showed up.

    • springboks says:

      @post_break: A lot of meritline’s stuff comes from Hong Kong. Even via airmail this can be pretty slow. I’ve ordered several items from them, they can take over a month to get to me!

  2. geckospots says:

    aw I wish Woot shipped to Canada! Our vacuum cleaner just bit the dust and I’d love to have a Dyson…

  3. speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

    I’ve never had a problem with Meritline, but it does often take more than a couple weeks for my shipment to arrive.

  4. Ben, I think you just found the solution to the only problem I had in wanting to do a podcast. I’ve only done a cursory look, but that recorder looks pretty dang good.

  5. MissPeacock says:

    If you have a local Hobby Lobby, check your newspaper each Sunday for their ad. They have the 40% off coupon roughly every other week, and it’s also always available online that week as well.

    • marsneedsrabbits says:

      @MissPeacock:

      I just wanted to add that Michael’s and Jo-Anne’s (in our area, at least) accept Hobby Lobby coupons as their own. Hobby Lobby also provides their coupons online without a sign up.

      Oddly, one of the Michael’s in town won’t take Hobby Lobby coupons on Sundays reasoning that Hobby Lobby won’t either, since they are closed then. The other Michael’s stores do.

      I think Michael’s has online coupons, too, but iirc, you have to provide your name, address, email and all that. As far as I know, to get Jo-Anne’s, you sign up and they physically mail them to you periodically.

      • Rectilinear Propagation says:

        As far as I know, to get Jo-Anne’s, you sign up and they physically mail them to you periodically.

        @marsneedsrabbits: Yep. You can give them your e-mail address if you want and you’ll get coupons for use online as well.
        Their shipping is expensive and slow though. At least the estimated time of delivery is slow for what you pay.

        I might use that coupon to get this: [www.wrights.com]
        I want circular needles but the idea of having to buy one not only for each size but for each cable length depresses me.

        @speedwell: Are they a new model? It’s possible someone here already has them. (Not likely but not impossible)

  6. usern4me says:

    Meritline is hit or miss. In the past I’ve received some stuff from them in 2 days. My last order I’ve been waiting for 2 weeks now.

  7. whitefang2000 says:

    are those binoculars any good? that seems like to cheap of a price.

    • speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

      @whitefang2000: How should we know? No manufacturer/model info is given on the site and none of us have had time to order and receive the item. The fact that it has a regular price of only $13.99 might be a tipoff, though.