Morning Deals

  • Timberland: [Men’s Apparel] Timberland Men’s Long Sleeve Oxford Shirt for $13 + free shipping
  • Amazon: [Jeans] Men’s Sale: Levi’s Jeans & Pants from $30 & Free Shipping
  • Lands’ End: [Men’s Apparel] Lands’ End Men’s Overstocks: Deals from $4 + free shipping

    Computers and Electronics
  • Amazon: [HD Video] LG BD270 Blu-ray Disc Player $140 Shipped
  • Newegg : [Blu-Ray Player] Magnavox Blu-Ray Player (Recertified) for $79.99 w/ Coupon EMCMLNP25 w/ Free shipping
  • NewEgg: [Storage] Cavalry 2TB External Hard Drive $169.99 + free shipping

  • Circuit City: [Projector] 3M MPro110 LCOS Pico Projector (fits in hand) for $179.97 plus free shipping
  • 6th Ave: [Video] Canon DC310 DVD Camcorder $169 Shipped

  • Entertainment

  • Best Buy: [Video Games] Buy 2, Get 1 FREE (700+ titles for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii) + free shipping
  • Best Buy: [Movies] Best Buy at least 30% off Retailed Priced Blu-Ray Movies (Planet Earth BBC Edition $42.99)
  • Tech for Less : [Console] 80GB PlayStation 3 Console (Refurbished) for $207.88 w/ Coupon MCOUPONS10 + Shipping

  • Disney : [Movies] $10 Off TinkerBell and The Lost Treasure Blu Ray w/ Coupon – Printable

  • Health and Beauty

  • Procter & Gamble: [Skincare] Free Sample of Olay Total Effects Anti-Aging Body Wash
  • Clinique: [Beauty] Clinique coupon: Free 7-Piece Gift Set with $22 or more + free shipping

  • Home

  • Sears: [Home & Garden] Sears Midnight Madness Sale: Extra 5% to 20% off tools, fitness, and more
  • Home Decorator’s Collection Outlet: [Home Furniture] Oxford 42″ Leather Storage Bench for $65 + $34 s&h
  • Yankee Candle : [Candle] Buy 2 Get 2 Free On Large Candles + Two More Coupons CRM911L

  • Miscellaneous

  • Kodak Gallery: [Photos] Premium Photo Prints 9c Each
  • Overstock : [Sewing Machine] Brother Sewing Machine (Refurbished) for $42.99 w/ Coupon 145139 + $1 Shipping

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  1. Radi0logy says:

    How are jeans for $30 a good deal? Marshall’s probably has em for $12.99.

    • pecan 3.14159265 says:

      @Radi0logy: But it’s hit or miss. Sometimes I go to Marshalls when I want to browse, but I never go there if I need something very specific because I can’t guarantee it’s going to be there.

      $30 for jeans is pretty good if they’re the real Levi’s and not the crappier ones that they send to Wal-Mart.

    • jaydez says:

      @Radi0logy: a lot of the stuff at Marshall’s is irregular… esspecially the khakis.

    • ElizabethD says:


      My teens and I have a tough time finding jeans at Marshall’s or TJMaxx. The fit tends to be all over the place… There is usualy a *reason* the jeans have been relegated to an off-price retailer, such as: the manufacturer/subcontractor messed up the fit. This only seems to be the case with jeans; other apparel (especially good labels) are fine.

    • Wireless Joe says:


      WalMart just rolled back the price on their Levi’s to $17.99. They may be different, as I think they sell Levi’s “signature” brand, but they work well enough.

  2. speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

    Great deal on a bottom-of-the-line sewing machine… I wouldn’t pay regular price for it, though. Good Christmas present for a young person starting out who wants to mend their own clothes and sew their own curtains and sofa cushions.

    My own machine is a good basic machine made by Toyota (yes, THAT Toyota). The “consumer” angle here is that I ordered it on 9/11 while surfing the Internet, bored, after being sent home from work. It arrived THE NEXT DAY. God knows what plane they found to ship it on.

  3. ifixit says:

    Sears deal was over at 8am ET.

  4. Schildkrote says:

    For people who want to avoid used games from Gamestop, that Best Buy B2G1 deal is pretty solid. Otherwise you can probably get three used games you want from Gamestop for the cost of two new ones from Best Buy.

  5. PTB315 says:

    You could probably end up with a “Blu-Ray” section soon enough the way the refurbished units keep popping up on here. I cannot wait until disc based media is no longer the norm.

    • Radi0logy says:

      @PTB315: You’d prefer to allow corporations the right to deny you access to your media on a whim and without justification, and be unable to resell it through any means? Well.. if that’s what you want I’m sure they will be glad to give it to you…

      • PTB315 says:

        @Radi0logy: No I just don’t want my friend to be out almost $700 extra dollars when someone broke into his apartment and took all his PS3 games in addition to the PS3 and HDTV and even the surround sound speakers.

        I guess I’d rather have the option to buy digital and be able to redownload them for free or a small fee instead of being out $60.00/game due to theft, scratches, etc. I don’t resell my games, so there’s very little benefit to having an actual physical disc.

  6. pecan 3.14159265 says:

    I’m finding it really hard to justify the Yankee Candle thing. I have one Yankee Candle that I got as a gift, and I don’t forsee needing another one for at least five years (I burn a candle maybe once a month). But that Christmas Cupcake one seems so wonderful, and I’m starting to feel the Christmas spirit creep.

    • Oranges w/ Cheese says:

      @pecan 3.14159265: I have SO MANY CANDLES that I will never ever burn I bought just because they smell nice. Don’t doo it!

    • Kimaroo - 100% Pure Natural Kitteh says:

      @pecan 3.14159265: I usually don’t like smelly candles.. (Allergies) but every once in a while I feel the urge to buy a Woodwick candle from Cracker Barrel. It’s a wicked thing.

      And they really do sound like a crackling fire.

      Resist the Christmas creep!! Remember that it isn’t even Halloween yet!

  7. Rylar says:

    Love the hidden affiliate codes to dealnews for mens apparel. How much are they paying you for these advertisements?

    This is a wonderful example of deceptive advertising practices. Way to keep us consumers on our toes.

    • speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

      @Rylar: On your toes, you say? Obviously you’re not “on your toes” enough to read the following footnote that they post EVERY TIME: “Morning Deals are purely an informational service for the readers. Consumerist receives nothing in exchange for their posting.”

    • pecan 3.14159265 says:

      @Rylar: What are you talking about? Consumerist doesn’t get any money for anything they post in the Morning Deals section. What comes up is what they put in the posting – if ends up with two men’s apparel coupon codes, that gets posted. If it was, it would be the same deal.

    • GitEmSteveDave_Marryin'Couples says:

      @Rylar: I’m going to guess that they get these deals in emails, and some companies put ref ID’s in links in the emails they send out to know people got the emails.

    • Chris Walters says:

      @Rylar: Every once in a while an over-eager reader accuses us of lying to our readers and profiting from the Morning Deals, so here we are again.

      The others have pointed out that we don’t make $ off of this, which we mention in the italicized text at the bottom of the post every morning.

      Now regarding those not-secret-at-all affiliate codes in the links: our links are provided to us free of charge by deal aggregator sites, and the codes let them know which visitors are arriving via Consumerist.

      If you don’t want to participate in whatever business models those aggregator sites are using, just search for the stores yourself using Google, and copy and paste the codes we provide (or the codes on the deal aggregator sites if we don’t list them). There. Problem solved.

    • Chris Walters says:

      @Rylar: This is the second time you’ve complained about “referral codes” in the links–the first time was on August 31st. I hope my answer below explains why they use referral codes. Again, let me reiterate, we don’t receive anything for the morning deals service, other than the occasional bit o’ goodwill from readers.

  8. ElizabethD says:

    That Clinique bonus and free shipping offer is awesome.

    • Kimaroo - 100% Pure Natural Kitteh says:

      @ElizabethD: I too, am tempted by that one.

      I keep waiting for the right excuse to splurge on the moisturizer lotion they sell.

      • oneandone says:

        @Kimaroo – No Stars Upon Thars: Oddly, that lotion is one of the few things that makes my face break out. Apparently, my pores dislike the fancy no-fragrance hypo-allergenic stuff. Makes it easier to resist temptation – especially since I’ve had good experiences with every other Clinique product I’ve tried.

  9. Oranges w/ Cheese says:

    Anyone have any suggestions on a new headset? My cat chewed up the cord for my current one and since I patched it back up, the microphone doesn’t work. Would prefer one that doesn’t hurt after hours of use (as it mostly just will be headphones) but its nice to have the microphone for gaming.

    • Kimaroo - 100% Pure Natural Kitteh says:

      @Oranges w/ Cheese wants it to be winter already: []

      I have these and I really like them, they are really comfortable. Lots of nice padding, and since they’re made for gamers, they’re comfy for a long time.

      The mic on them is good too, and I like that you can take it off if you don’t want to use it all the time. They also come with a storage bag to protect it from kitty teeth.

    • gStein_*|bringing starpipe back|* says:

      @Oranges w/ Cheese wants it to be winter already: if you’re using it mostly for audio chat, you might consider getting a bluetooth dongle for your computer, and a bluetooth headset – wireless and reasonably comfortable.

      but if you want it for music, you won’t get the same quality of audio you’d get from even $10 target headphones

  10. gStein_*|bringing starpipe back|* says:

    worth a mention: []
    Samsung Bluetooth Headset, $19.99 each (max 3) + $5 shipping.
    But there’s a MIR for a $20 prepaid Visa (max 3 per household)

    So, if you’re willing to play the mail in rebate/prepaid giftcard game… potential to get 3 headsets for $5

  11. Rylar says:

    I wouldn’t have said anything if the italics text wasn’t there. Consumerist -should- be getting paid for the advertising it gives away. These businesses getting free advertising aren’t exactly charitable organizations.

    Thanks for noticing my 31st post and taking the time to answer my concern.