From June 9 until June 15, 2013, at 11:59 pm PT, save up to 75% on select downloadable Mac software and games titles at Amazon, including Adobe Photoshop Elements 11, Scrivener 2,Norton Internet Security, AutoCAD LT 2013, BioShock 2, Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition, and lots lots more. This is a limited time offer, and a limited number of product keys are available.
Update: VIZIO HDTV is now sold out, but our Blu-ray deals are still available.
Test out the high-def capabilities of your new TV with some fresh Blu-rays. Some of our favorites are on sale right now:
Django Unchained $14 + shipping (Reg. $23) (Two-Disc Combo Pack: Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet)
Zero Dark Thirty $15 + shipping (Reg. $25) (Blu-ray/DVD Combo + UltraViolet Digital Copy)
Ted $12 + shipping (Reg. $20) (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet)
Buy one $10 Blu-ray get one FREE at Best Buy
WalMart is offering the VIZIO 47″ LED 1080p 120Hz Smart HDTV w/ WiFi for just $398 with free shipping or in-store pickup. That is a total savings of 43% off the retail price that Vizio charges. Features include 802.11n built-in WIFi for streaming apps, Smart remote with QWERTY keyboard, ultra-thin profile and 1080p full HD. Vizio internet apps gives access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, Vudu and more.
eBay is offering your choice between navy and red Apple leather Smart covers for just $15 with free shipping. Please note these are authentic Smart Covers sold as open box items. Apple and all other major retailers are charging $69 for this functional iPad accessory. The same seller also has other Apple items at discounted prices including iPad mini Smart Covers, iPhone docks, software and more.
Today only, Tanga is offering a new Logitech Ultimate Ears Bluetooth speaker for only $53.99+4.99 shipping. That is a total savings of 41% off the retail price of $100 for the Bluetooth speaker that 9to5Mac dubbed “The absolute best portable Bluetooth speaker you can buy.” 9to5Mac went on to say:
The sound is so full that I can easily use it on a desktop and almost forget I’m not using my $200 Audyssey Lower East Side speakers or pop it in a rental car and don’t worry about getting your iPhone to work with a new car’s stereo. Speakerphone calls rival a conference room Polycom that costs 10x the price. This hits most of the sweet spots and I believe that a majority of people will find this the best option.
The UE‘s features include speakerphone functionality, multiple device access and an ultra-portable design. It’s not just 9to5Mac that loves the UE, 225 unique Amazon reviewers rate it 4.5 stars. Today’s deal is only valid on the black and black/blue color schemes.
The following HDTV’s, via Ebay, are all on sale today. They all feature brilliant LED Screens and have HDMI and VGA inputs.
MacMall has the Logitech Solar K750 wireless keyboard for Mac on for $47.99 with free shipping (920-003471). This is $12 off the regular listing of $60, the cheapest price by $6 and as good or better than some refurb. prices . This solar powered keyboard will even charge with just your desk lamp and according to Logitech “Stays charged for at least three months in total darkness.” More specs below the fold:
The solar cells work in any light, including the one on your desk. So the keyboard stays charged and ready to use, even when you’re typing in the dark. No battery changes. No wires. And thanks to the standard Mac layout, there’s no learning curve, either.
You can pick up Plants Vs. Zombies today for FREE as part of IGN’s free game of the month promo. The game is available on iPhone and iPad and brings over 50 levels and 26 different kinds of zombies. We also put together some other great iOS/console and media discounts and freebies that are still alive here. You can pick up Civilization V (DRM free) for just $10 on the Mac App Store but for those who don’t mind playing through Steam can pick up Civ V for just $7.50 at Mac Game Store.
Android: Paper Monsters: FREE (Reg. $.99)
Gamefly is offering an additional 20% off on its already discounted PC Summer Sale with coupon code “GFDJUN20″. This brings the price down on Bioshock Infinite to $27.99, BioShock 1 & 2 down to $4 and the Mass Effect Trilogy to $16, among many others. Go to the PC downloads tab and hit the Summer Sale.
Just in time for Father’s Day, Groupon is running a promo with Brookstone offering $50 worth of products for just $25. That is a total savings of up to 50% depending on the total cost of your Brookstone purchase. Use promo code “SHIP99″ to grab free shipping for orders over $99. You can also save another $10 off $80+ with code “ SAVE924″. The Groupon can be added during manual checkout in the “review and pay” step.
This Groupon will work on any items purchased from Brookstone, but below are some of our favorites. You can still pickup a FitBit Flex for an effective price of $65 plus tax and shipping with the Groupon and coupon code “ SAVE924″. Note that it will not ship until July.
OtterBox Utility Latch for all iPad Models $45 – Add a small filler item and get it for a total effective price of $25 plus tax and shipping.
Personalized Royce Leather Pad Portfolio $50 – Effective price after Groupon = $25 + tax and shipping
Beats By Dr. Dre Pill Wireless Bluetooth Speaker $200 – Effective price after Groupon = $175 with free shipping (Code SHIP99). This is the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this popular Bluetooth speaker.
Tanga is offering the 2-Pack Motorola Factory Original Universal Dual USB Port Travel Cube Charger for only 3.99 + $2.99 Shipping. Now you can fully charge your phone and favorite accessory in under 3 hours. Compact design allows you to plug into a power strip or wall outlet without blocking other outlets. The Charger automatically adjusts to different voltages(100-240v) without the need for a converter and folding AC blades let you easily slip it in your pocket for convenient travel. Read more
Earlier today we noted that well known iOS and Mac developer MacPhun was making its ColorStrokes for Mac photo editing app available for free for a limited time to celebrate the launch of the new MacPhun store. Now we’ve teamed up with the MacPhun to offer the first 100 9to5 readers an exclusive “Lifetime App Supply” for just $99 that won’t last long.
Why is it awesome? This year we plan to release at least 3 new photography apps, priced between $30 and $100 each. We also have 2-3 new products scheduled for 2014. You will get them for free and save hundreds of dollars on amazing image managing and editing software. If you have Fx Photo Studio PRO, Snapheal and ColorStrokes, you get this offer with discount. Contact Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the code.
For that price users will get Snapheal, Fx Photo Studio PRO, ColorStrokes and all future updates. Not only that, you’ll also get access to all of MacPhun’s future app releases and the company tells us it plans on launching 3 new photo apps this year priced between $30 and $100 each. With the lifetime supply you’ll be saving hundreds of dollars.