Morning Deals

  • Amazon: [Tax Software] H&R Block TaxCut 2008 Premium Federal + State + e-file for $29.99
  • Kohl’s: [Panties] Sale on women’s undergarments, and take additional 15% off with coupon code SAVE15FEB
  • Dell: [PS3] Sony 80GB PlayStation 3 w/80GB Hard Drive for $339.99 shipped with coupon code 8MN5GN7LGLL2WD

Highlights From Buxr

  • Dell: [Digital Camera] Sony Cyber-shot W120 7.2 MP 4X Zoom Digital Camera (Silver or Black) for $99 w/ Free shipping
  • Chicago Auto Show: [Tickets] Free Tickets – Giveaway
  • [Memory] DDR2 4GB PC6400 DUAL CRUCIAL for $19.99 after $20 rebate w/ Free shipping

Highlights From Dealhack

  • 1-800 Flowers: [Gifts] Save 15% off Valentine’s Day Flowers & Plants
  • Bluefly: [Fashion] New Customers: Extra $20 off First Order of $100+
  • Dell Home: [PCs] Save 20% off Inspiron Desktop PCs with Coupon

Highlights From Dealnews

  • Newegg: [Subwoofer] Polk Audio 10″ 50W Powered Subwoofer for $100 + free shipping
  • Newegg: [Speakers] Logitech LS11 Multimedia Speaker System for $11 after rebate + $8 s&h
  • T-mobile: [Cellphone] Nokia 2760 Bluetooth Camera Phone for T-Mobile with $25 prepaid card for $90 + free shipping

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  1. vliam says:

    Chicago Auto Show Ticket Giveaway:
    If you don’t have access to a printer at the time of registration, you can print your confirmation email.

    Ummm.. What?

    • DeannaFlying fox says:

      @vliam: Your printer at home is on the fritz, so you give them your gmail address. They send you your confirmation email, you go to Kinko’s and print it out there. :-) (My understanding, anyway…)

      • scoosdad says:

        @DeannaFlying fox: Or, if you register from an internet-enabled cellphone that doesn’t happen to have a printer attached to it, when you get home you can print out the confirmation email and use it as the ticket.

  2. concordia says:

    Before you make an order through 1-800-Flowers, be sure and check and see if you can’t get a comparable FTD arrangement for less. I’ve often found 1-800-Flowers to be overpriced.

    Alternatively, look up a local florist and see what they can do for you.

    • Ash78 ain't got time to bleed says:

      @concordia: Both of them are Discover cashback partners that offer electronic certificates last time I checked (pretty generous, too).

      Between % discounts and Discover Card, I typically pay around $20 for a $60-$80 arrangement.

    • ironchef says:

      @concordia: Costco usually has an deluxe assortment for a price a lot lower than 800 flowers.

  3. egoods says:

    Wow, that 20% Inspirons coupon got me excited for a few seconds, then I saw that it was desktops priced over $999. Ah well, can’t have everything I suppose.

  4. SciotoSurfer says:

    From the Dept. of Redundancy Department :)

    “Sony 80GB PlayStation 3 w/80GB Hard Drive”

  5. Anonymous says:

    The Amazon link for TaxCut returns the usual $43.99 price. Further deals require additional purchases. The TaxCut Premium Federal-only version is $29.99.