Starting today, you can purchase the Pebble smartwatch through Amazon. Amazon is carrying the standard black, orange, red, and white colors; however, they are quickly being sold and are likely to go ‘out of stock’ shortly.
In other Pebble news, the company’s own store has the smartwatch available for $20 less. Hit the source links to pick up yours now. If you’re interested in getting one from Amazon, know that there is no sale going on.
Source: Amazon, Pebble Store
Enter your phone number on Staples’ offer page and you’ll get a text message with a coupon link for $10 off your purchase of $30 or more. Staples may try to force you to carry out the sale on your device, but you can simply copy the digits from the mobile coupon and paste it in your desktop web browser to complete your sale on your computer.
As one user pointed out, you can use the deal on the Chromecast, which is normally $35— it will go down to $25 + free shipping, about $5 less than what Amazon is offering it for today in their Black Friday deal. (You won’t get the free $6 of Google Play credit of course, but if you don’t care about that/won’t use it, then this is a decent deal.)
Source: Slick Deals (1) / Slick Deals (2)
Deals on deals on deals! NVIDIA is adding to the endless amount of Black Friday deals today which will be sure to add up as the day goes on. NVIDIA’s SHIELD Android-powered gaming device, which normally costs around $300, is now on a $50 dollar discount and is on sale for $249.
With your order you’ll also get free shipping and some other add-ins depending on the retailer. Hit the break for details.
Those free apps always get you. To keep playing, or at least at a reasonable pace, you have to throw money at the game. One dollar for extra “game bucks,” or three dollars to skip the level… Whatever it is, they’re almost always annoying and continuously get in the way of actually enjoying a game.
Today, Google is working with some top game developers to bring a series of sales on in-app content for top games in the Play Store. Hit the break for a list of games and the offers.
Forget about Amazon’s Nexus 7 deal for today because Staples is offering a $50 coupon on tablets that are priced at $149.99 and above. And yes, the Nexus 7 is included. You can use the coupon in stores and online. If you decide on picking up a Nexus 7 with 16GB, you’ll only have to pay $179.99. A good deal if you ask me, but it works for today only. Hit the source link to grab the coupon.
Samsung is getting in on the Black Friday craze this year. According to SamMobile, the company will have around 50 of the “best movies of the year” at reduced prices (as low as $3.99) in the Samsung Hub.” The sale isn’t just for Black Friday itself. It will be all weekend from November 29 – December 2. If you’re interested in taking advantage of the deal, keep your eyes on the Samsung Hub or Media Hub (on a Smart TV) beginning Friday. Some of the movies may be as low as $3.99.
American consumers will undoubtedly be rushing to the stores next Friday to buy, buy, buy, and buy. Black Friday is one of the biggest business days in the country— mainly because of amazing deals like the ones below.
U.S. Cellular has outlined its Black Friday promotions for customers one week before all of the madness begins.
Black Friday is quickly approaching, and if you’re looking to make a few good buys, look no further than using an app on your Android phone or tablet. Most of these apps let you look at each store’s ads as well as glance by category. You can even search all ads by keyword and even organize your own list. Hit the break for the best apps available in the Play Store.
Sprint has officially announced some deals for the holiday season, and while they aren’t the most aggressive sales ever, it’s a good start. First on the list is the phone selection, which includes the LG G2 for $50 online and the Galaxy S 4 Mini for free, after a 50 mail-in rebate. Those deals start on Black Friday and both obviously require a two year plan.
Between the 22nd and the 27th, Sprint is offering a special to new customers. If you port your number over from any other carrier, Sprint will knock $100 off any available phone with a two-year agreement. If you port a number over and take advantage of Sprint’s One Up plan (the $0 down phone installment plan), Sprint will give you a $100 prepaid Visa card. Either way, that’s basically free money if you were considering making the switch to Sprint anyway.
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We are all expecting some pretty hefty deals on Black Friday, but we usually don’t know what they will be until a little closer to the day itself. The deals that Verizon is going to offer have been shown in a flier that leaked online. There really is nothing extremely special about the deals, but there might be a few grabs that people might be interested in.