- 1.(2 days ago)Ends today. Dell Financial Services is taking 50% off refurbished Dell OptiPlex 7010 Desktops with coupon code 7010DEAL50 [Exp 12/12]. They're as low as $105 shipped after code. Shipping is free on all orders.$105
- 2.(4 days ago)
Dell Financial Services is taking 50% off any refurbishedA Dell Latitude E7440 LaptopA with coupon code E7440DEAL4U [Exp 12/17]. Excludes clearance models. Shipping is free.A
- 3.(7 days ago)
Ends today. Dell Financial Services is taking 50% off any refurbished item $500 or more?with coupon code MERRY50DFS [Exp 12/11]. Shipping is also free with this code.?Excludes clearance items. Other codes:40% off Any Item $400 to $499?w/ HOLLY40DFS
30% off Any Item $299 to $399 w/ JOLLY30DFS$500
- 4.(1 week ago)AT&T TV + Internet: Up to $150 Visa Reward Cards w/ Select Services$150
- 5.HSN - 2-pack 2017 Fire HD 8a IPS Quad-Core 16GB Alexa-Enabled Tablets with Caseable Vouchers and Apps & Services $120 + FS(2 weeks ago)2-pack 2017 Fire HD 8a IPS Quad-Core 16GB Alexa-Enabled Tablets with Caseable Vouchers and Apps & Services $119.95 Today Only. https://www.hsn.com/products/2pk-...le/8562506$120
- 6.(2 weeks ago)Ends today. Dell Financial Services is offering $500 off any of their refurbished items $1000 or more with coupon code HOLIDAY$500DEAL [Exp 12/4]. Shipping is free. Excludes clearance. Other codes:
$350 off Any Item $700 to $999 w/ HOLIDAY$350DEAL
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- 7.(2 weeks ago)
Dell Financial Services is taking 50% off their?refurbished?Dell Latitude E5440 Laptops?with coupon code E5440DEAL50 [Exp 12/5]. Shipping is free with the same code. They start at $179 shipped after code.$249
- 8.(2 weeks ago)Ends today. Dell Financial Services has?refurbished?Dell Latitude E7240 Ultrabook Laptops from $249 with free shipping.
Specs for the $249 models:
Intel Core i5-4310U 2.00 GHz, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD12.5" anti-glare (1366x768), 802.11ac, BT 4.0, Win 8 Pro x64$249
- 9.(3 weeks ago)Ends tomorrow. Dell Financial Services is currently taking 48% off any refurbished item with coupon code CYBER48DEAL [Exp 11/29]. Shipping is free with the same code. Excludes E7240 models and clearance.
- 10.(3 weeks ago)Amazon has 40% off installation services for smart home devices. Comparatively great value for products that are complicated to set up.TV wall mounting and lock installation as low as $59. ...$59.4
- 11.(3 weeks ago)
Ends today at 10PM PT. Dell Financial Services is taking 50% off any refurbished item $499 or more?with coupon code DELL2017BF. Shipping is also free with this code.?Excludes clearance items. Alternately, get 40% off items $498 or less with code DELL2017BF.$499
- 12.(3 weeks ago)Amazon Home Services - $30 Off Cleaning or Handyman$30
- 13.(3 weeks ago)
Today only.?Dell Financial Services is taking 60% off any refurbished?Dell Latitude E7440 Laptop?or?Dell OptiPlex 7010 Desktop?with coupon code EARLYBIRD60 [Exp 11/24]. Shipping is free with the same code.?
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- 15.(3 weeks ago)Ends tomorrow. Dell Financial Services has a bunch of their refurbished Dell Latitude E6430 14" Business Laptops starting at $179. All of them are under $200. Shipping is free.$179
- 16.(4 weeks ago)Ends today. Dell Financial Services is currently taking 45% off any refurbished Dell Laptop or Desktop with coupon code WINTER45DEAL [Exp 11/20]. Shipping is free with the same code. Excludes clearance and 5440 models. Other codes:
40% off Any Monitor?w/ code?SEEMORE40DEAL
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- 26.(5 hours ago)Yesterday, the FCC, lead by Republican-commissioned Ajit Pai, voted to de-classify telecom companies from Title II status, giving extraordinary powers to cable and Internet providers and ending the core principles the Internet.
What is important to know: Your home Internet service provider (ISP) can change the way you access sites, stream content, and access free services. They say they won't do that, yet they fought against the FCC to gain this very power for a reason. Comcast, for example, recently rescinded a promise to never alter Internet accessibility with fast-lane tolls, and is already hinting that fast-lanes (tolls to use Internet services) will soon be a new source of revenue for them. Cost of doing business online could rise, stifling small companies and entrepreneurs. Cable companies, can now prioritize their own Internet sites and force others to pay tolls. States lose the right to pass laws protecting consumers and small businesses from monopoly-controlled price gauging and unfair competition practices. The (somewhat) good news: It will take at least 60 days for changes to take effect. Implementing such drastic changes to millions of customers takes time, plus there is a 60 day window where congress can override the action, and ISPs will not want to shake things up until then. Plus, some states & small business groups are planning lawsuits which could delay the implementation. No major country has ever shifted away from Net Neutrality policies, so this is uncharted territory. We look at past behavior by telecom corporations to predict what they will do with this extraordinary power.
Probably will happen quickly: We believe streaming video services will be effected first. Netflix, already in long fights with Verizon and Comcast, will see their service slowed or be forced to pay tolls. Customers will see reduced Netflix quality or higher prices. YouTube and user-submitted video sites are big targets for cable companies looking to tap into the ad revenue generated by user-submitted videos. Cable companies want to control content, as evidence by their recent acquisitions of NBC to Comcast and Yahoo, AOL, HuffPost and Flickr to Verizon. Expect to see cable companies invest in marketing campaigns with promises of reduced prices and "improved" service offers, promises many will see as hollow. Might start happening soon: Some site and protocol blocking may happen at some point. Depending on how much your provider dislikes certain sites, businesses, and Internet communication protocols will dictate what you cannot access. File sharing protocols, for example, are the biggest threat since they trade files from house-to-house instead of through a company that can charge a fee and pay the cable company tolls. Many small tech businesses, already worried about cable companies crippling their innovative ideas from reaching customers, may find it harder to thrive in the US in the early stages and could shift their products to other countries with lower costs to acquire customers. Unlikely to happen, but technically could happen under the new FCC telecom rules: Internet providers who want to push their own political interests could block customer access to opposing viewpoints. This has free speech advocates and constitution scholars worried since Internet providers can block homes from receiving any information that conflicts with their views. Whatever happens, changes will be slow to implement since 83% of Americans do not like the new FCC rules. Lots of small businesses, entrepreneurs, and large corporations oppose the idea of their telecom provider having so much unchecked power.
- 27.(8 hours ago)eBay with SVM Gift Cards has a $100 Cabela's Card for $80 with free shipping. Redeem Cabela's merchandise and services through the catalog, website or brick-and-mortar locations.$100
- 28.(22 hours ago)Amazon Digital Services LLC via Amazon has select *Star Wars Graphic Novels and Manga* (Kindle eComics) on sale for *$0.99 each*. Thanks giveNforgive[LIST][*]Star Wars: Darth Vader Volume 1: Vader$0.99
- 29.(2 days ago)eBay with World Wide Stereo has the SONOS PLAY:1 All-In-One Wireless Music System (Black or White) on sale for $134 with free shipping.
Streams music directly from your iTunes library, online music services and free Internet radio.$134
- 30.(3 days ago)In the beginning, fire helped us conquer the wilderness, and bring light to civilization. But fire could never be trusted... Until now! That's right folks- this Amazon Fire Wi-Fi Tablet is made with 100% real FIRE! What's that? It's not?! Well why would we name it that? No, I think you're wrong about this one. I'm absolutely certain that this is 100% real fire. Yep, you heard it here first. This is a real fire tablet!? Specifications: Model: Amazon Fire HD 10, Thebes (2015) Display: 10.1" touchscreen, 1920 x 1200 resolution at 224 ppi, 1080p Full HD video playback, with IPS (in-plane switching) technology and advanced polarizing filter, fully laminated display CPU & RAM: MediaTek Quad-Core: 2 @ 1.8 GHz + 2 @ 1.4 GHz , with 2 GB of RAM Storage: 64 GB (54.1 GB available to user) of internal storage.
Add microSD card for up to 256 GB of additional storage for even more movies, TV shows, music, photos, personal videos, and apps. Some apps may require that they are installed on internal storage. Operating System: Fire OS 5 Battery Life: Up to 10 hours of reading, surfing the web, watching video, and listening to music. Battery life will vary based on device settings, usage, and other factors such as web browsing and downloading content. Actual results may vary. Charge Time: Fully charges in under 5 hours using the micro-USB power adapter included in the box, or slightly longer with other micro-USB power adapters that you may already have Wi-Fi Connectivity: Single-antenna, dual-band Wi-Fi. Supports public and private Wi-Fi networks or hotspots that use the 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n or 802.11ac standard with support for WEP, WPA, and WPA2 security using password authentication; does not support connecting to ad-hoc (or peer-to-peer) Wi-Fi networks Ports: USB 2.0 (micro-B connector) to connect to a PC/Macintosh computer, or to charge your device with the included power adapter; microSD slot for external storage Audio: 3.5 mm stereo jack and integrated dual stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos audio Content Formats Supported: Kindle (AZW), KF8, TXT, PDF, unprotected MOBI, PRC natively, Audible Enhanced format (AAX), DOC, DOCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, PCM/WAVE, OGG, WAV, M4V, MP4, Dolby Digital (AC-3), Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3), AAC LC/LTP, HE-AACv1, HE-AACv2, MKV, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, HTML5, CSS3, 3GP, VP8 (WEBM) Sensors: Accelerometer, ambient light sensor Camera Specs: VGA front-facing camera. 2 MP rear-facing camera Location Services: Location-based services via Wi-Fi Additional Features: External volume controls, built-in Bluetooth with support for A2DP compatible stereo headphones, microphone, and LE accessories support Accessibility Features: VoiceView and Screen Magnifier enable access to the vast majority of Fire tablet features. VoiceView features IVONA's award-winning natural language text-to-speech voice. Fire OS 5 also includes system wide closed caption settings, adjustable font sizes up to 50% larger, and a variety of book reading text adjustments such as adjustable colors and text spacing. Also includes adjustable font sizes/color, and built-in Oxford dictionary. System Requirements: Fire HD 10 is ready to use right out of the box-no setup, no software to install, no computer required to download content Dimensions: 10.3" x 6.3" x 0.4" (262 x 159 x 9.8mm) Weight: 17.7 oz. (500 g)
In the box:Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet (Includes Special Offers), 10.1" HD Touchscreen IPS Display, Quad-Core Processor, 64GB, Dual-Band 802.11n, FireOS 5 USB 2.0 Cable