Morning Deals

    Clothing
  • Banana Republic: [Clothing Sale] $25 Off on $100+ Orders
  • Jos A Bank: [Men’s Sale] Save 40% – 70% during the Men’s Apparel at Jos A Bank
  • Tracy Porter: [Apparel] Extra 60% Off Women’s Sale Clothing & Accesories w/ Coupon DELICIOUS60
  • One Stop Plus: [Apparel] 20% Off Entire Order w/ Coupon OSPOFFER25 + Two More Coupons
  • The Children’s Place: [Apparel] 15% Off Entire Purchase w/ Coupon F6ADKVW77A
  • Oakley Vault: [Sunglasses] Oakley sunglasses: Deals from $49 + $4 s&h
  • 6pm: [Shoes] 10% to 76% off Nike shoes at 6pm: Deals from $12 + $7 s&h
    • Computers and Electronics

    • Newegg: [Computer & Electronics] Seagate Barracuda Low Power 1.5TB Internal Hard SATA Drive $69.99 Free Shipping
    • Newegg: [Computer & Electronics] Sony BRAVIA KDL40EX400 40in LCD HDTV (Refurb, 1080p) $499.99 Free Shipping
    • HP Direct: [Computer & Electronics] HP Coupon Code STACKABLE $200 off HP Laptops $1299+
    • Best Buy: [Mouse] Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse for $9.99 w/ Free Shipping
    • Newegg: [TV] Hannspree 32″ LCD 1080p 60Hz HDTV for $359.99 + $1.99 Shipping
    • HP: [Laptop] 15.6-inch HP Envy 15 w/ Intel Core i7 $1,099.99 + free shipping
    • Amazon: [iPhone Headphones] V-MODA Vibe Duo Earbuds Headset $19.99
    • Entertainment

    • Gaming Bee:[Game] GamingBee.com is giving away the game Altitude this week.
    • Abt Electronics: [LCD HDTV] 32″ LG LCD HDTV $364 Shipped
    • Toys R Us: [Console Accessory] Nintendo Wii DJ Hero Turntable Bundle for $39.99 + Shipping
    • Walmart: [Console] Nintendo Wii Console w/ Wii Sports + Bonus Choice of Game for $179 + $0.97 Shipping
    • Target: [Entertainment] VIZIO 42″ 1080p 120hz LCD HDTV (E420VL) $598 + tax free ship @ Target
    • BuyDig: [Entertainment] Samsung LN55C650 – 55″ 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV $1399 or Samsung UN55C6500 – 55″ 1080p 120Hz 1.1 inch Thin Backlight LED HDTV with 5,000,000:1 CR $1799 with free shipping
    • Home

    • Joann: [Arts and Crafts] 40% Off One Regular Price Item w/ Coupon WQC212

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    1. osiris73 says:

      If Jos A Bank (or as my wife calls it, Jose Banks) is ALWAYS having a sale – and they are – is it really a sale?

      • Morte42 says:

        But…Bizzaro Shatner told me that nothing beats a sale…

      • Loias supports harsher punishments against corporations says:

        It sounds extreme, but I do wish it was a federal law that an item can only be listed as “on sale” for a certain time period before it becomes false advertising. Seriously, if it’s always listed as on sale, then the sale price IS the price, and it shouldn’t stated as on sale.

      • Tito151 says:

        It’s like Kohl’s. You just come to terms that there’s always a sale and everything is marked up 200%, so you never buy something unless it’s at least 50% off. Something though about the ‘Kohl’s Sale’ marketing method works since my Mom LOVES it and will got on the sale days with coupons and give cards from paying off her Kohl’s card quickly.

    2. mobbo says:

      These “Gaming Bee” giveaways are a drawing, not just a giveaway where everyone gets a free copy. 1 person a week from an unknown pool of people wins the game.

    3. SkuldChan says:

      Is it called an HP Envy because it looks like a Macbook?

    4. SkuldChan says:

      Is it called an HP Envy because it looks like a Macbook?

    5. HogwartsProfessor says:

      That is an AWESOME kitteh.

    6. Difdi says:

      I’m curious:

      Why does one LCD HDTV offer in the list go into the Computers & Electronics category, while another LCD HDTV offer, for almost the same price, wind up in Entertainment instead? Is there some difference between them somehow? Is it some weird Consumerist policy to divide similar deals among different categories? Is it a typo?

      I’ve been wondering about things like this for a while now.