Morning Deals

  • MagicJack: $39.95 for VoIp first year, $19.95 a year after that
  • Amazon: Health & Grooming Products Manager’s Specials
  • Kashi: Free cookie

Highlights From Buxr

  • Beach Camera: Sandisk 8 GB Ultra II SDHC HD Memory Card for $19.99 after $20 rebate w/ Free shipping
  • Ralph Lauren: 30% Off No minimum Coupon Code RLFA2008
  • goHardDrive.com: Western Digital 1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive for $128.95 w/ Free shipping after Coupon Code 10WD10EACS

Highlights From Dealnews

  • Amazon.com: 80 Duracell Ultra AA Alkaline Batteries for $30 + free shipping
  • Graveyard Mall: Maxim 32-Piece Wooden Train Set for $10 + $6 s&h
  • Buy.com: Midland 26-Mile GMRS 2-Way Radios for $45 + free shipping

Highlights From Dealhack

  • Amazon: Vaio CR410E 14.1-inch Notebook PC $813 Shipped
  • OfficeMax: Lexmark All-in-One Printer with Auto Document Feeder $70 Shipped
  • Vann’s: Panasonic DMP-BD30 Blu-Ray Player $288 Shipped

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  1. DashTheHand says:

    Batteries deal from Amazon is expired.

    • mugsywwiii says:

      @DashTheHand:
      If you have a Costco membership, you can get 48 Kirkland brand AAs for ~$12. Kirkland generics are always very good; I believe Candlepowerforums.com found their capacity to be between that of plain old Duracells and Duracell Ultras.

  2. laserjobs says:

    The magicjack is $7 less at QVC for $36.28 + $3.97 shipping

    [www.qvc.com]

    Before you buy one look at the Unofficial magicJack Support forum

    [www.magicjacksupport.com]

  3. Jabronimus says:

    I guess too many people bought the batteries from Amazon! No more left :’(

  4. hellinmyeyes says:

    Lol “free cookie”. Nice and simple. Mmmm, Kashi.

  5. missdona says:

    I love my magicjack for international travel. It’s so convenient to be able to call my husband/friends/parents whoever from the hotel when I’m traveling on business for weeks on end and not have it cost $3.99/min.

  6. DeleteThisAccount says:

    If you are thinking of buying that Lexmark, consider the cost of replacement ink first and the fact that they have “starter” cartridges.

  7. Corporate_guy says:

    Isn’t that the normal price for a magicjack?

  8. DH405 says:

    The MagicJack is at its standard price here. Nothing out of the ordinary.

    It is, however, an awesome deal for those looking to add a line or replace an existing expensive VOIP line. I don’t use it often, but its always there when I need it. At $20/yr with full features, who can complain?

  9. savvy999 says:

    I thought Maxim was a soft-core men’s magazine. Now they’re into kids’ toys? Sweet.

  10. BillyShears says:

    MagicJack? Really? The thing that’s advertised only on late-night TV that has “scam” written all over it? C’mon, Ben…

  11. Benguin says:

    Actually MagicJack works surprisingly well, believe it or not.

  12. speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

    I have a MagicJack too and recommend it. It’s going to get a lot of use over the next several weeks as I travel overseas on business.

  13. jojo319 says:

    I also have a MagicJack. It DOES work, but i would definitely not use it as my main line. The software you install on the PC is really intrusive. Often times the other person can’t hear me and there are other minor bugs. but I keep telling myself “hey, it was only $40″.