Adorama’s Ebay site has the Western Digital Elements 2TB USB 3 Portable Hard Drive model #WDBU6Y0020BBK-NESN for $84.99 with free shipping. That’s tied for the lowest price we’ve ever seen on this or any 2TB portable bus-powered hard drive. It is Mac/Windows/Chromebook compatible, gets 4+ star reviews from Amazon from a limited number of reviewers and includes a USB 3 cable and trial cloud backup software.
The Michael Bay produced summer blockbuster, Transformers: Age of Extinction, hits theaters this Friday. Best Buy will give you free Hollywood Movie money worth up to $8 towards a ticket for this film with the purchase of select Blu-rays. Many of the eligible movies are currently on sale for $9.99, including the previous Transformers movies, World War Z, and the classic Top Gun. Opt for in-store pickup to get your movie money in time for opening weekend.
Best Buy is also running a similar promotion for the upcoming film, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Get up to $8 Fandango Cash with the purchase of select Blu-rays and DVDs. Buy the Planet of the Apes DVD for $5.99 to get the best deal.
More Blu-ray deals from Amazon:
- 22 Jump Street (2 discs) preorder $22.99 (Reg. $41) *eligble for pre-order price guarantee
- The Spectacular Spider-Man: The Complete Series $20 (Reg. $46)
- X2: X-Men United $6.99 (Reg. $20)
- Scream 4 [BR + DVD + Digital Copy] $12.28 (Reg. $20)
Amazon offers the Kingston MobileLite wireless card reader for $24.97 with free Prime shipping (free trial) or any order of $35 or more. That’s 58% below list and just over $5 better than our previous mention.
It acts as a wireless card reader for your mobile devices, power bank, and standard card reader:
…it’s about having unlimited access to your favorite videos, music, photos and files from your Flash drive and other storage devices – anywhere you go. Store and share more – wirelessly and easily via Wi-Fi – and stream content (for example, three different movies) to three devices at once.
Best Buy is taking up to 58% off select iPad mini Smart Covers, which yields prices from $16.99. Orders of $35+ ship free or you can opt for in-store pickup to dodge freight charges. It’s rare to see a discount this large on retail-packaged, current generation Apple products.
A must have accessory for many iPad owners, the Smart Cover snaps into place thanks to perfectly positioned magnets, has sleep/wake functionality, and can be folded into a stand to make viewing movies and typing more comfortable. It’s compatible with the first generation iPad mini and newest iPad mini with Retina display.
Apple introduced a $1099 iMac yesterday that cuts the storage and speed and half and doesn’t allow upgrading of the memory.
Don’t buy it. Here’s why.
Today, Best Buy cuts the price of its iMac line across the board $120-140; the sale lasts 3 days. Even better, people with access to a .EDU email save an additional $150 over the prices above by submitting their email here.
That means the price of the new midrange model drops to $1029.99 shipped, $70 less than the stripped model. A new 27″ model now starts at $1509.99, also a new low.
Even without the student discounts, you are much better off with a fully functional iMac for $80 more than Apple charges for its stripped down model.
Apple took down the Apple Store for 6 hours last night and introduced an entry level iMac for $1099. What do you ‘get’ for $1099? Apple halved the hard drive to a paltry 500GB and speed of the processor to 1.4GHz. That’s a little uninspiring to say the least.
Not to worry, we’ve got a better entry level offer for you. MacMall will sell you a new 2.7GHz iMac from last year with a 1TB hard drive for $1069. A $70 mail in rebate brings it below $1000 with Tax in only a few states. Even without the rebate, it is a better offer: it also has much better graphics, the same Thunderbolt ports, wireless keyboard and mouse and is freely upgradable to the latest Mavericks/Yosemite OS. One downside is the wireless which is 802.11N instead of 802.11AC in the newer one.
Apple also looks to have dropped the prices on its refurbished Airport Time Capsules. $149 now buys you a 2TB Model which is pretty much a no brainer if the size and age aren’t a problem for you. Apple offers the same 1 year warranty on its refurbished items that it does on its new products so buy with some confidence.
After being temporarily pulled from store shelves, the Nest Protect is back and available at an even lower price. It originally launched in the fall of 2013 with a list price of $129.99, but Nest has announced that the Protect is now available for $99 (wired version too) as a way to “make it accessible to as many people as possible.”
Protect is a smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector that uses a human voice to announce potential dangers, which Nests notes is more effective at waking children than a traditional beeping alarm. The Nest app makes it easy to control your Protect and sends notifications to your smartphone or tablet if your alarm goes off. It also plays nice with the Nest Learning Thermostat.
Sears has the Acer Chromebook C720-2420 for $189.99 shipped. That’s $60 off and the lowest price we’ve seen for a Haswell Chromebook with 32GB of storage and a 11.6″ 720P+ 1366 x 768 display. It boots within 7 seconds has Built-in HDMI, USB 2.0, USB 3.0 ports and claims all day 8.5 hour battery life. More info from Acer.
If you have Sears points, this buy nets you $11.40 back in points 5% additional bonus back in points if you choose Store pickup.
After something bigger? Best Buy has the Toshiba 13.3″ Chromebook with Intel Celeron, 2GB Memory, 16GB Solid State Drive, in Sunray Silver $229 (Reg. $279)
Update (6/18 4:00pm): Amazon is now offering this massive drive for $399.99 with free shipping.
Newegg has the Samsung Electronics 840 EVO-Series 1TB 2.5-Inch SATA III Single Unit Version Internal Solid State Drive Model MZ-7TE1T0BW for $419.99 shipped. Coupon code EMCYTZG483 drops it to $409.99 shipped.
That’s between $40 and $75 off retail and the lowest we’ve ever seen by $20 on this SSD which gets an extremely high 4.7 star reviews from Amazon reviewers. It features sequential Read Speed: 540 MB / Sequential Write Speed: 520 MB / Random Read Speed 98K IOPS / Random Write Speed 90K IOPS.
Update (6/13 5:30pm): Amazon is once again offering the SanDisk 128GB microSDXC for $99.99 with free shipping.
Update (6/6 8:30am):
The 128GB card is now sold out. We recommend this 64GB MicroSD from Best Buy for $40 shipped (Reg. $80) as the next best deal.
Amazon dropped the price of the SanDisk Class 10 Ultra 128GB MicroSD XC Card to $99.99 with free shipping. That’s $20 off the lowest price we’ve seen hand half off of retail for this super fast 30MB/s Micro SD card. Use it in your Android Phone to add 128GB of storage or with the free adapter (included) you can put it in a SD camera or a Mac (or any device that accepts SD Cards).
Don’t need 128GB? Step down to 64GB for just $35
Save $5 by jumping on Amazon’s limited deal:
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If you are looking for permanent Mac storage, grab a $20 Mini Drive adapter (pictured below) so the SD card doesn’t stick out the side of your Mac. Perfect for long term extra storage.
Amazon offers the Jawbone UP for $79.99 with free shipping, which is the best price we’ve seen for this fitness wristband that “tracks how you sleep, move and eat so you can know yourself better, make smarter choices and feel your best.” It’s compatible with iOS/Android and sports a battery life of up to 10 days.
Amazon offers a free $50 Amazon credit with the purchase of any Sonos PLAY:3 or PLAY:5 wireless speaker. Even better, Sonos is still giving new users 6 months of free access to the Google Play streaming music service. Sonos products don’t go on sale very often, so scoring two promotions on a single purchase is a great deal.
The Sonos streaming speakers provide wireless access to your iTunes music library, Pandora, SiriusXM and other music services from your iPhone, iPad or other smart device. Critics hail the Sonos system for being incredibly easy to setup and pumping out huge room-filling sound. You can easily extend your system by simply adding more Sonos players throughout your listening space. Simply put, the Sonos Player is one of the best ways to add a great sounding internet streaming sound system to your home or work space.
Verizon Wireless is slashing $100 off any smartphone priced $199.99 or more with a new 2-year activation. This promotion does not require a coupon code or any extra steps. All of the discounted rates will automatically appear on each item’s purchase page. All deals are eligible for free overnight shipping.
If you live in a Verizon-connected area, you can still pick up a pretty solid deal on Super fast 50Mb/s down, 25Mb/s up FiOS bundled with local channels and either HBO or Showtime. Bump up to their “Fully Loaded Entertainment Pack” for $75.
FiOS at 50/25 normally starts at $79.99/month alone so the $30 off and free HBO/Showtime is a pretty solid deal.
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