Since it was released, the PS3 has had one major thing working against it, and that's the high price. It has seen price cuts, but it still remains the most expensive current-gen system on the market. However, if you're looking to purchase one in the next couple of weeks, you might want to check over at Walmart.
Woot has a deal going on where you get your choice of the light blue or black 3rd Gen, which is the latest generation, iPod Nano for $134.99 and shipping from Woot is always $5. Sure they are refurbished, but they come with a 60 day warranty.
They’ve done it again. Woot has initiated another Woot Off. For those of you not in the know, a Woot Off is where they sell the same stuff they’ve sold before, mixed in with some new stuff, at some even lower prices than before.
Buy.com has a nice deal going right now for 3rd generation iPod Nano 4GB (Silver only). You can get it for only $99. It’s a reconditioned unit (refurbished) and comes with 60-days warranty only. Apple store is selling the same iPod nano for $129 refurbished – but it comes with one-year warranty. It’s a good steal overlooking the fact that it has only two months of warranty and not totally brand new unit.
If you follow the link at the bottom of this page you can pick up an 8GB iPhone that’s been refurbished for $249. For those not too great at math, that’s a savings of $150.
In case your headphones and iPod screen weren’t making you feel isolated enough from the world around you, you can pick up a pair of these goggle type things that connect to your old 5th Gen iPod and make it look like you’re watching whatever it is you are watching on up to a 300” screen. I don’t know, however, why they received a worst Woot of the year nomination.
No format quarrel here, Amazon has both HD-DVD and Blu-Ray Sweepstakes that worth approximately $180,000 in retail prize for Hi-def fans. Amazon announced 2008 Blu-Ray and HD-DVD giveaway today that doesn’t require any form of purchase at all but it’s only eligible to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, except residents of New York, who are 18 or older. Limit one entry per person or household.
Last week we have HD-DVD BOGO from Amazon covered 4 titles from Harry Porters. They are having similar deal for Blu-Ray crowd this week. You’ll find 92 selections from major line of studios like Warner, New Line, Fox and MGM with titles like 300, Harry Porters Disc 1-4, Mr Brooks, Wyatt Earp, Alexander, Letters from Iwo Jima and Rescue Dawn just to name a few. Also, there are 2 titles that’s worth watching for Nature’s freaks, March of the Penguins and Relentless Enemies from National Geographic. Take ‘300’ for an example, it’s selling for $19.99 and its cost less than President Alexander Hamilton Ten-Dollar bill after the promotion. Get it while it lasts.
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If you aren’t interested in collectible and bonus material but the movie, Amazon has another HD-DVD BOGO including 4 Harry Potter titles : Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire and Sorcerer's Stone. The price is incredible; you can get all 4 for $39.90 with the promotion. Add the Order of the Phoenix for $24.95, you have all the 5 movies for $64.85 shipped.