Morning Deals

  • Amazon: 3 months of Amazon Prime free with $100 worth of textbooks in cart (No actual purchase necessary)
  • Froobi: Refurbished SanDisk Sansa e270 6GB MP3 Media Player w/ FM/Voice Recorder for $55.95
  • Amazon: “Narrow Stairs” by Death Cab For Cutie, $5 DRM-free MP3 album

Highlights From Dealhack

  • REI: Summer Sale: Up to 40% or More off Apparel, Footwear, & Gear
  • Staples: Envision 22-inch Widescreen Dual Input LCD $200 Shipped
  • Design Within Reach: Save 15% off Upholstered Furniture & Free Shipping

Highlights From Bargainist

  • Headsets.com: Free Bluetooth headset if you get cited driving while on phone (a promotion that incentivizes breaking the law, um ok)
  • Yves Rocher: 50% off select beauty products
  • Busted Tees: After Christmas in July Sale: Select shirts $10
Facebook Ruins Christmas?

Facebook Ruins Christmas?

MoveOn.org is annoyed with Facebook over privacy issues. Apparently, people on Facebook can see what you’ve been buying on sites unrelated to Facebook and share this information with your friends. According to MoveOn.org, this is not only a violation of privacy (the feature is opt-out rather than opt-in), it’s been ruining Christmas/Holidays/Birthdays/Whatever for Facebook users.