Morning Deals

  • Free Federal tax filing from TurboTax and TaxACT (State is not included, will cost you $25.95 with TurboTax and $13.95 with TaxAct).
  • Newegg: eVGA GeForce 8800 PCIe GTX Video Card for $299.99 Shipped After Rebate
  • CellHut: Unlocked Motorola C155 Cell Phone for $19.98 + free shipping
  • Highlights From Dealhack

  • Circuit City: LG 1080p HD Upconvert DVD Player + HDMI $70
  • Discovery Channel Store: Save $50: Planet Earth on HD DVD $30 Shipped
  • Cavalry 500GB USB 2.0 External Drive $100 Shipped
  • Highlights From Bargainist

  • Rite Aid: $40 to new customers w/ transferred Rx
  • Circuit City: Any 2 $20 Nintendo DS games for $30
  • Office Max: 12-Pack of Sharpies $2
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    1. Erasmus Darwin says:

      Consumerist’s previous coverage of Cellhut: CellHut Can’t Understand That You Didn’t Order The iPhone, …

    2. coan_net says:

      I like when Circuit City offers the $15 game special – too bad each time they do, over 1/2 of the games are not available on-line. But I’m still able to pick up a few games…… which are held back as rewards for when my child does good.

    3. Falconfire says:

      that RiteAid thing isnt all its cracked up to be.

      You have to be over 60 to do it in NJ, and NY is completely excluded.

    4. JMH says:

      12 sharpies for $2, perfect for all your bathroom stall graffiti needs!

    5. FullFlava says:

      Just throwin out there that TaxAct is awesome. I’ve used them for a few years and it’s very reasonably priced, extremely comprehensive, and relatively easy to use. They’re who I tell all my friends to use.

    6. bricklayer says:

      If you happen to live in NY or NJ, I suppose it’s not so great. For the rest of the country, though, the deal expires today.

    7. thanks consumerist…i am a sharpie nerd, and thru the magic of digitial coupons was able to hit up both OfficeMax’s in my area and grab the last 2 sets of $2 markers. Thats a savings of 40 bucks. I, of course, bought nothing else in the store, nor even looked, so it was a successful promotion by the retailer.

    8. puka_pai says:

      Conversely, I hit up the two Office Maxes in my area and both were completely sold out of the Sharpies. They also told me that they would not issue rainchecks because they “sold too many of them” with the coupons. The ad doesn’t say no rainchecks, so can they even do this?