Get $70 off a manufacturer refurbished Philips 1080p Blu-ray Disc and DVD Player (BDP2100). This is the best price we've seen on a refurb by $10 and the best overall by $25. Ships free as well. Includes a 90-day warranty from Philips.
Originally $98, the highly customer rated Mainstays Searcy Lane 6-Piece Padded Folding Patio Dining Set, Red, with seating for four includes a tempered glass table, folding chairs and umbrella is now just $73.50.
Available for in-store pick up. This is the best price for this item - it's being sold on eBay for $175, and $299.99 on Amazon.
Everybody knows that whether you're shopping for big-ticket items like PCs and TVs or smaller items like books and cameras, the best deals are usually online.
Take HDMI cables, which are used to pair your HDTV with your Blu-ray player, game console, Roku box, and other gadgets. Most retail stores sell them for $20-30 (if not more), but you can find cables of equal quality online for as little as $2-3.
That's getting to be common knowledge these days. What you may not know is that the Internet can save you a bundle on plenty of other items, many of which you might not think to look for online. I've rounded up four examples of products I've scored for less than I ever could have at a retail store.
I don't mind telling you I have three Roku boxes in my house.
That's not me being boastful; it's me revealing how much I love
The new $99.99 Roku 3 takes the place of the Roku 2 XS as the
high-end model in the line, and it's without a doubt the company's
best box yet. But questions remain: Is it worth the extra cash, and
does it beat the Apple TV at its own media-streaming game?
For the uninitiated, a Roku box plugs into one of your TV's
HDMI ports, then serves up nearly every video and audio service
known to man: Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, HBO Go, Netflix,
Pandora, Slacker, Spotify, TuneIn Radio, Vudu, and literally
hundreds of others.
I thought the original Amazon Kindle Fire was a pretty good tablet.
It benefited from a decent, if slightly slab-like, design, a rich
ecosystem of apps and media, and, most of all, an iPad-stomping
price tag ($199, or $249 for the model with more storage.).
A year later, Amazon unveiled the Kindle Fire
HD -- another pretty good tablet. It has a laundry list of new
and improved features that make it even more tempting, especially
considering that it still starts at $199.
But you know what? Having lived with one for the better part
of a week, I've found that the Kindle Fire HD is far from perfect.
In many respects it's one step forward, two steps back. Before you
decide to buy one for yourself, consider these five surprising
There's never been a better time to ditch your landline.
If you're already paying for cable or DSL Internet service, you've
got everything you need to kiss your local and long-distance
telephone companies goodbye.
Well, almost everything: The missing ingredient is a voice-over-IP
adapter, which sounds complicated but isn't. It's a little box that
sits between your existing phone (or cordless phone system) and
your router and provides full-featured home phone service. For
You've probably heard of one such product: the MagicJack, an
infomercial staple. A few months back, I reviewed its successor,
the MagicJack Plus.
Today let's talk about its latest competitor, the NetTalk Duo
Whether it's a shiny new flat-screen, a smartphone or a new suit,
you can save money just by knowing a little about product cycles
and how companies anticipate your movements as a market. If you
know what they expect out of you, then you know how to take
advantage of being the "unexpected" fraction of their target