Morning Deals

Highlights From Dealnews

  • Lenovo ThinkPad | ThinkCentre: Lenovo ThinkPad R500 Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz 15″ Widescreen Laptop for $636 + $20 s&h
  • OldNavy: Old Navy men’s and women’s jeans from $8 + $7 s&h
  • Amazon.com: How to buy 360 AA batteries for $22 after rebate + free shipping

Highlights From Dealhack

  • TiVo.com: $120 off Refurb Model or Free 3 Months Service with New TiVo HD DVRs
  • Sierra Trading Post: Free Shipping on top of Deep Discounts
  • Buy.com: Genius G-Pen F610 6×10-inch Graphics Tablet $69 Shipped

Highlights From Buxr

  • Aeropostale: Back to School Sale – Up to 50% off + 20% off w/ coupon code 20BTS
  • NewEgg: OCZ Platinum Edition 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Desktop Memory for $46.99 after $30 rebate w/ Free shipping
  • Walgreens: printable coupon for $10 Off Friday and Saturday Only

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  1. DashTheHand says:

    The laptop would have been a good deal if it wasn’t integrated graphics.

    • Oranges w/ Cheese says:

      @DashTheHand: Well, for anyone looking for a somewhat powerful office pc, its a steal! Not everyone needs OMG UBER GRAPHICS I CAN’T TELL ITS NOT REAL, you know.

      • DashTheHand says:

        @Oranges w/ Cheese: Even for an office PC it would be overpriced then. I’m saying that with integrated graphics its not the greatest deal. If you go on to click the link for the setup they made for it, you’ll find that its even less impressive with the HD size, 1 GB of RAM, low screen resolution, and pretty much every other minimal spec that you could put on or remove from a computer these days.

        I’d go as far to say that this really isn’t that great of a deal at all compared to what you could find during a sale at newegg.

        • Ringl says:

          @DashTheHand: An office pc would have a business level OS for one. HDD size is standard for a box that (from an IT perspective) is just connecting to the network. RAM is cheap. Screen rez and graphics are standard for a laptop. You want anything else you should be building a desktop.

          I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this to someone who needs a school/home business laptop, even with Vista HP.

          And on an enterprise level, you should expect to pay near 1,500 for a similarily spec’ed laptop (with XP pro). Granted, a sizable chunk of that is support.

  2. pete7919 says:

    Amazon battery deal is dead. None in stock. Rebate concept is a good one, though. Basically any items that qualify for the free Self mag subscription can get the $12 rebate instead.

  3. DeleteThisAccount says:

    if i had a 31 waist that old navy deal might be good…

  4. Farquar says:

    To take advantage of that Old Navy deal you either need to be very tall and thin (31/34) or very fat and short. (48/30!)

    • HFC says:

      @Farquar: When I saw your comment, I got excited. They did not, however, have pants for really tall and thin. I wish I could find pants my size (34×38). :(

    • katylostherart says:

      @Farquar: what’s with that? you’d think they’d figure people would go out as they go up just naturally to stay in proportion.

      guess i should work on being a size 0 or start wearing short people pants as capris. :(