Morning Deals

  • Amazon: [Diapers] 80 Huggies Newborn Diapers for $15.72
  • Sony Card: [Rebates] Get a $200 credit after $349 purchase
  • Campbell’s: [Gardening] Free Tomato Seeds

Highlights From Buxr

  • JCPenney: Cooks Pair of Santoku Knives for $9.99 w/ coupon BUDDING + Shipping
  • JR.com: Nikon D40 refurbished for $349 w/ Free shipping
  • Livemetallica.com: Download Metallica concert tracks for free!

Highlights From Dealhack

  • REI Outlet: [Messenger] Save 54% off: Timbuk2 Metro Messenger Bag $25
  • Shop Adidas: [Sports Gear] Save up to 50% off Outlet Apparel and Shoes
  • Barnes & Noble: [DVDs] DVD Triple Packs from $11 Each

Highlights From Dealnews

  • Dell Small Business: Dell Vostro 1310 Core 2 Duo 1.8GHz 13″ Laptop with XP Pro for $599 + free shipping
  • Newegg: Major League Baseball 2K9 for PS3 for $47 + free shipping
  • Dell Home: Corsair 4GB (2x2GB) PC2-6400 DDR2 Desktop RAM Kit for $10 after rebate + $5 s&h

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  1. EM says:

    I read the fine print on the Sony deal, it looks like if I sign up for the card and make one purchase for over $350 I can get a $200 statement credit. Does anyone see a catch to this that I am missing in the fine print?

  2. hewhoroams says:

    They’ve had a similar deal running with that sony card for a while I believe. It was $150 before I think. There was also something about if you spend $5000 you get another rebate as well in the past.
    People have been using it to get cheap PS3s

  3. cynical_bastard says:

    It seems the deal on the ram is exired…

  4. Kaessa says:

    The knives are gone already. :(

  5. LetMeGetTheManager says:

    Is there a limit on the diapers? The octomom could save a bundle.

    • Sean Tapscott says:

      @LetMeGetTheManager: Lol. I would make fun of that name (“octomom”), but it fits her strangely. Who needs 15 kids?

      On a related note: Thank you, fertility clinics, for continuing the trend of overpopulating the world.

    • FightOnTrojans says:

      @LetMeGetTheManager: Well, at least she’s got toilet paper covered. Some generous souls donated a large amount of TP to her recently and thoughtfully spread it about the outside of her house. Now, anytime she needs some TP, she could just pick it from a tree.

  6. WiglyWorm must cease and decist says:

    The diapers are actually a worse deal that Target brand, which is what I buy.

    Target brand are 15.99 for over 100.

    Huggies do last through the night, usually, though. I have to wake up once to change my daughter if she goes to sleep in Target brand. So I just bought some huggies for overnights and she wears target during the day.

  7. Tmoney02 says:

    Anyone else find it amusing that Metallica is now offering their music free from the internet…

    • Wendy Sloan says:

      @Tmoney02: downloading songs is so easy, even Lars Ulrich could do it!

      [www.thedailyswarm.com]

    • johnfrombrooklyn says:

      @Tmoney02: Offering free concerts is a smart marketing move to a.) get people to buy more CDs and album downloads and b.) get more people to go to concerts. There’s a big difference between downloading something that an artists asks to you download and piracy.

      • Oranges w/ Cheese says:

        @johnfrombrooklyn: BUT THEY WERE LOSING SO MUCH MONEY FROM NAPSTER!! OMG!!ELEVENTY11

        • battra92 says:

          @Oranges w/ Cheese: Anecdotal I know but I had friends in HS when that started and they literally sold all of their Metallica CDs and never bought or listened to another album of theirs. I guess in the long run they aren’t too bad off but they lost a lot of “casual fans” over it.

    • HFC says:

      @Tmoney02: Actually, Metallica has been offering free recordings of their concerts for years through their LiveMetallica.com sight. They encourage their fans to record and upload concerts for free downloads. You still have to pay for the higher quality soundboard recordings, though. I’ve downloaded several free concerts from the site.

      The whole deal with Napster was blown way out of proportion, IMO.

  8. battra92 says:

    The d40 is a great camera. I just paid $409 at Amazon a week ago and I don’t regret it (I tend to stay away from refurbs on cameras since Nikon is fussy about warranties and stuff.)

    Still, use the extra $60 and buy a good iTTL flash or another lens. I’m still ticked at the whole changes to AF and TTL that Nik did in jumping to digital which is why I put it off for so many years.

  9. Rachacha says:

    @Tmoney02
    I was going to say the same thing! Perhaps sales are down and they saw that Monty Python DVD sales exploded when they put free clips up on YouTube.

  10. Dillon Barfield says:

    Timbuk2 makes great messenger bags … ordered the one listed to replace a $100 one that was stolen :)

    also, that the Sony card is a awesome deal. I was deciding on buying a HDTV and I was paying cash anyway …

  11. theblackdog says:

    Lars has to be having a heart attack over this.

  12. SteelersAreGo says:

    I bought the knives last time they were offered and have been pleased with mine. Just used one to cut up onions and carrots for corned beef :)

  13. fatcop says:

    The world is not overpopulated.

  14. Brad Joerres says:

    Just bought some knives, they don’t say they are out of stock for me.

    /Fingers crossed

  15. rockasocky says:

    The tomato seeds require buying soup.

  16. veronykah says:

    Oh Consumerist, when will you let me REPLY to others posts again…

    re: Tmoney02
    That was the first thing I thought when I saw that. I thought they were dicks before about the whole thing, now they look even worse.
    Hm, giving away music to entice fans to buy concert tix ect…what a novel idea.
    Its what people who download music have been saying since the beginning…

  17. SexCpotatoes says:

    Wouldn’t it technically be the deca-quatro-y-uno-mom?

    and “I’ll be taking these Huggies and whatever cash you’ve got in the register…”

  18. FreeIsGood says:

    The Sony deal should apply for purchases over $299. Here is the link to the pricing & terms.

    [www.firstusa.com]

    I called Sony and they tried to get me to spend $349. I called First USA and was told that they issue the credit and that the amount is $299 as stated in the pricing and terms.