Morning Deals

    Bags and Luggage
  • Sears: [Travel] American Tourister 7PC Luggage Set $64.99 Free Shipping
  • REI Outlet: [Messenger] Save $80 off Timbuk2 Classic Covert Messenger

  • Clothing

  • Nordstrom: [Apparel] Nordstrom Half-Yearly Sale + Free Shipping on Orders $100+
  • Under Armour: [Apparel] Under Armour Coupon Code up to 50% off Outlet + Free Shipping $75+
  • Chadwicks : [Apparel] 40% Off Any One Item w/ Coupon CHDEAL40

    Computers and Electronics
  • J&R Music: [Compact Audio] Sennheiser CX300 Earbud Headphones $20 Shipped
  • [DVD+ Player] Philips 1080p HD Upscaling DVD Player $40 Shipped
  • Newegg: [LCD Frame] Kodak P725 7-inch High Resolution LCD Photo Frame $69 Shipped

  • TigerDirect: [Home Theater] Onkyo TX-SR607 7.2ch 90W/ch Home Theater Receiver (6 HDMI, HDMI Upconversion) $349.97 Free Shipping
  • BestBuy: [Laptop] Toshiba Satellite L455-S5975 Celeron 2.2 GHz 2GB, 250 GB Win 7 for $329.99 + $14.99 Shipping

  • Entertainment

  • Walmart: [Store Events] Upcoming at Walmart: Xbox 360 Arcade w/ $100 GC for $199, 16″ Win 7 Laptop $298, more
  • Musician’s Friend: [Music] Rogue Starter Acoustic Guitar only $35
  • eBay: [Video Game] DJ Hero Game w/ Turntable Controller Bundle (Wii) $89 Free Shipping

  • Toys

  • Hand Held Items: [Toys] SlingShot Flying Animals (Monkey, Chicken, Pig, Cow, Frog) $1.99 ($2.85 Shipping)
  • Target: [Toys & Hobbies] Clearance toys at Target: 50% to 75% off + extra 10% off, deals from $2 + $5 s&h

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  1. tmlfan81 says:

    Is that laptop @ Wal-Mart any good? Its a Celeron processor w/ 3GB of RAM and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit edition.

    Its better than my current desktop, but before I spend $300 on a new computing device, I’d like to know I’m really getting my money’s worth.

    • PunditGuy says:

      @tmlfan81: Depends on what you want to do with it. That’s more than enough RAM and processor for Office applications and Web surfing. The hard drive is enough for your applications and data but maybe not for your entire music collection (although it would hold a lot of it). If you’re playing the latest games or editing video, you might want to go another route.

    • tmlfan81 says:


      I have a 2ghz Celeron Desktop (Optiplex GX260) w/ 2GB of RAM and a cheap video card. It runs an install of Windows XP w/ Office 2003 just fine. The only game I play on it from time to time is Combat Arms. (Cause its free) I do have Photoshop CS4 installed on the machine – and granted I can’t do a lot of complex work.

      By today’s standards, a netbook runs circles around it.

    • downwithmonstercable says:

      @tmlfan81: This thing will work great for you unless you want to play the latest games. I have a machine with lower specs than that and have nary an issue with any web related stuff. Streaming video is fast and smooth on mine. Unless you’re taking it backpacking or to a construction site, I’m guessing the build quality is perfectly fine.

      • tmlfan81 says:


        Thanks for the replies everyone. I haven’t bought a computer since my first Dell nearly 8 years ago. Back then I skimped on the OS and dealt with ME. Since then I’ve learned a lot, like you get what you pay for. Based on how I’m computing lately, a laptop (or even a netbook to an extent) would be beneficial. I just didn’t want to spend $300 on a lemon when I could have / should have waited.

        • Trai_Dep says:

          @tmlfan81: You might also want to consider the environmental impact of buying two computers over x years rather than paying a bit more upfront now for one that will last that long. Less money in the longer run, and certainly better for all the lil’ adorable baby seals. :)

  2. bohemian says:

    The Under Armor code only works if you spend over $75. The phrasing is a bit misleading. You can’t use it to just get 50% off an item.

  3. Cameraman says:

    It’s an effing steal if, Pundit says, you’re just going to be surfing or streaming video or doing work stuff. If you want to play the latest hottest games, then you need to be able to spend more than $300 on a laptop.

    I’m giving serious thought to buying one of these as a secondary machine.

  4. Distahs says:

    EdgeStar 5-Lt Mini Kegerator for $79.00 Shipped normally $130+.

    use code “ESKEGDOD” first 50 people
    (still works as of 8:57MT)

    @ []

  5. BabyFirefly says:

    The Sears luggage is actually $99.

    • rlee says:

      @BabyFirefly: And the “Product Description” is clearly wrong and pathetically inadequate:

      Product Description

      Basic travel set that is perfect to get from point A to B. The travel set features a sleek black exterior made up of durable and quality material. The interior of each piece has the right amount of room for your traveling needs. The pieces are easy to carry through crowed airports and thoroughfares. 7pc. Imported. Product Dimensions 9 in. L x 7 in. W x 3 in. H. Weight: 1 lbs.

  6. flowerofhighrank says:

    Wow. When a Messenger Bag is $80 LESS, what’s the message you’re trying to send- you bought a bag that was too expensive to begin with?

    • cash_da_pibble says:

      Those Timbuk2’s are great bags.
      Stitching never fails.
      I’m sure mine is around somewhere- although marred by uncapped exacto blades, but the BF’s has been banging his around for almost 10 years on his motorcycle.

    • veg-o-matic says:

      @flowerofhighrank: Yeah, Timbuk2s are just about the best. Absolutely worth the money.

      Handmade in San Fran! Free repairs forever! All you have to do is send it to them and they send it right back – much quicker than one would expect for free.