[Deal] Woot selling ‘factory reconditioned’ LG G Watch for $69


Nervous about getting into Android Wear? That’s understandable with any platform that you’ve never invested in or tried. Now, though, is seemingly the time to get into Google’s wearable platform as one retailer has a launch device for less than $100.

On Woot, the LG G Watch is available for $69. While this is not for a brand new model, it is ‘factory reconditioned’ and Woot notes that this means the device is as close to being new as possible. Woot also offers a one-year protection plan for an additional $11.

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[Deal] Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge on AT&T get $200 discount


With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus drawing close, chances are good buyers interested in last year’s Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge can find a deal on those devices. Earlier this week Samsung started a promotion offering a rebate on the Galaxy Note 4. Now U.S. carrier AT&T has launched their own $200 discount on the devices. Read more

[Deal] Amazon Fire Phone fire sale today


Amazon’s attempt to jump into the smartphone market with the Amazon Fire Phone fell far short of their success in the tablet and e-reader markets. This could be good news for buyers who are actually interested in the Fire Phone as Amazon likely needs to move some stock and to do so is running a special today only. The unlocked smartphone is currently listed for only $159 on Amazon. Read more

[Deal] Samsung offering $200 rebate on Galaxy Note 4 through July 26th

Samsung_Galaxy_Note_4_Back_Galaxy_Note_4_Logo_TAThe Galaxy Note 5 might be close to launching, but that doesn’t mean the Note 4 isn’t still a fantastic phone, especially if you can pick one up at a discounted price. Samsung is pushing a new promotion for July that will offer potential Note 4 buyers a $200 rebate for purchasing the phone through select retailers, which is a pretty substantial discount on a phone that’s still one of the best on the market. Read more

[Deal] Motorola drops the Moto X (2014) to $299 with a 30-day return window


Motorola has made it pretty clear that two-year contracts are becoming obsolete. The phones released by Motorola in the last two years have been some of the best when it comes to off-contract options. Starting today and ending on June 29, the Moto X (2014), which was priced at $349 without a contract, drops to $299 after a $50 rebate. To sweeten the deal and make it less risky, Motorola has applied a 30-day return window.

The money saved from the rebate is actually applied once the 30-day window closes and the buyer completes a survey for Motorola.

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[Deal] Free episodes, discounted seasons of Bravo shows available through Google Play


People can bash reality television as much as they want but Bravo will continue delivering shows with fiery feuds and lively personalities that lead to solid ratings. Google Play has free episodes from eleven of the network’s shows available for free. All of them are from their respective first seasons. Then, Google Play has also discounted the current or last seasons, with one or two exceptions, of the same shows.

Why not pick up a few episodes of The Real Housewives or Shahs of Sunset to watch before hopping into a full season of Flipping Out?

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