Morning Deals

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  • YOOX: [Shoes] YOOX: Up to 75% off Merrell sneakers, deals from $20 + $10 s&h
  • Lands’ End: [Women's Apparel] Lands’ End Canvas Clearance Sale: Up to 80% off + Extra 20% off
  • American Eagle Outfitters: [Clothing & Accessories] American Eagle: Extra 40% off clearance + extra 20% off, free shipping
  • Express: [Apparel] $25 off $75+ or $50 off $150+ w/ Coupon 1039
  • PacSun: [Apparel] 15% Off your $100+ order + Free Shipping w/ Coupon PACSUNVALENTINE
  • New York & Company: [Apparel] $75 Off $150 Purchase + Free Shipping w/ Coupon 1523 + One More Coupon
    • Computers and Electronics

    • Best Buy: [Electronics] [Panasonic TC- P60S30 60in Plasma HDTV (1080p) $899.99 Free Shipping]
    • Lenovo: [Computers] [Lenovo N3902A Wireless Mouse $12.25 Free Shipping]
    • Dell: [Computers] [Dell XPS 8300 Intel Core i7-2600 3.4GHz Quad-Core Desktop w/ 24in LED Monitor (8GB/1TB) $799.99]
    • Entertainment

    • Amazon: [Entertainment] Cabela’s Big Game Hunter 2012 with Top Shot Elite Gun (Xbox 360, PS3, Wii) $49.99, free ship
    • NewEgg: [Entertainment] Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning (Xbox 360, PS3) $44.99, free ship
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    1. Cat says:

      A note on TV buying:

      Now is probably the best time to get a discounted TV, as stores clear out last year’s models and excess Christmas / Super Bowl inventory. There’s also great deals to be had on returned TV sets that were “borrowed” for the game and returned. There’s also some floor displays to be had, but be cautious: they’ve been running the enire time the store is open for the past year. I wouldn’t buy a floor display plasma TV, but an LED or LCD, yes, if it’s in good shape with full warranty

      Your best finds will be at the big box retailers and Sam’s / Costco clubs.
      Examples at Walmart yesterday: Brand name 32″ NIB LCD, $198, NIB Sanyo 50″ 720p Plasma $499.

    2. GMFish says:

      Panasonic TC- P60S30 60in Plasma HDTV

      It’s out of stock at Best Buy.

    3. LanMan04 says:

      Stay the hell away from plasma TVs. That is all.

      • nocar says:

        What’s your beef with plasma? My plasma has been working fine for years now and has a better picture than most of the LCD or “LED” sets available today.

        Note that most sets being marketed as LED are actually LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) sets with LED backlighting. True LED (Light Emitting Diode) sets where actual LEDs make up the pixels are the latest technology, expensive and rare. These look as good as plasma and will probably overtake LCD sets in the years ahead.