Morning Deals

    Clothing
  • The Children’s Place: [Kids] 30% Off $60 Purchase w/ Coupon BUYMORE30 + Two More Coupons
  • Pugster: [Jewelry] 40% Off Entire Purchase w/ Coupon 40OFF + One More Coupon
  • Lord and Taylor: [Apparel] 25% Off Entire Purchase w/ Coupon FRIENDS
  • Men’s Wearhouse: [Men’s Apparel] [Save 40% off with Winter Sale]
  • ShoeMall: [Shoes] [20% off + Free Shipping on Kids’ Shoes & Accessories]
  • Famous Footwear: [Shoes] BOGO 50% Off Sitewide!
    • Computers and Electronics

    • HP Direct: [Computer & Electronics] HP TouchSmart 600t Intel Core i5-460M 2.4GHz 23in Touchscreen All-in-One Desktop (6GB/750GB) $899
    • TigerDirect: [Computer & Electronics] HP ProBook 4520s Intel Core i3-370M 2.4GHz 15.6in Laptop (3GB/250GB/Win7 Pro/ATI Mobility Radeon HD 530v) $49.99
    • 6ave.com: [Computer & Electronics] Panasonic TCP50GT25 50in 3D Plasma HDTV THX w/ 3D Blu-Ray Player, 2 Glasses, Avatar 3D Movie $1499
    • Best Buy: [Computer & Electronics] TomTom XL 350TM GPS Navigation (4.3in, Text To Speech, Lifetime Traffic AND Maps) $99.99 Free Shipping
    • Entertainment

    • ChiefValue: [Entertainment] Sony PS3 160GB Bundle: Uncharted 2 + Karate Kid (Bluray) + Pixel Junk Shooter (Voucher) for $288 with free shipping
    • Amazon: [Entertainment] Mummy Trilogy (Blu-ray) for $16
    • Walmart: [PS3] 160GB Console w/ Game, extra Controller, Blu-ray Remote $299 + $18 ship (separately $373)
    • Amazon: [PS3, Xbox 360] Battlefield Bad Co. 2 Ultimate Edition $26.99 + free ship (next best $38)

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    1. savvy9999 says:

      49.99 laptop! sounds too good to be true….

    2. CarnageSIS says:

      That TigerDirect deal is $499.99 not $49.99 cause $50 would be an awesome deal for a laptop.

    3. ConsumerPop says:

      Am I the only one who was disappointed that pugster.com has nothing to do with actual Pugs?