Micromax’s latest smartphone, the Yureka Plus, will be up for grabs later today from Amazon in India with a no registration necessary promo attached, meaning residents can pick one up for just INR 8,999 ($140) without having to wait in an online queue for the handset to become available or sign up to a 12-month contract. This deal will run today, tomorrow and end on Wednesday, August 12.
For today only, HTC is offering huge savings on many of its new devices. The deal applies to the One M9, Nexus 9, RE Camera, accessories, and more. This sale could mean that HTC is getting ready to introduce new devices in the near future, but we haven’t received many details other than the rumored ‘Hima Aero’ phone.
Trying to prop up summer sales, Best Buy is running a Cyber Monday in July sale today and one of the deals they have available is the HTC RE Camera for only $99. That is $100 off the normal retail price of $199. Read more
If you’ve been waiting to pick up Telltale’s Game of Thrones adaptation, now might be the time to jump on it. The first episode has been discounted on Google Play from $4.99 to $0.60. That’s probably going to be as cheap as you’ll ever find the Android version of this game. Read more
If you live in the UK and have been searching for a great deal on the Nexus 9, look no further as Amazon has today kicked off a great deal on the slate. For a limited time only, residents in the region can bag themselves the 16GB Wi-Fi model of the tablet for £200. That’s a whopping £119 off its retail price!
Xiaomi announced that its now reduced the price of its flagship smartphone, the Redmi 2, in India. Starting today, the handset can be picked up for Rs. 5,999 ($95) from the manufacturers online portal. That’s Rs. 1,000 ($15) less than its usual price of Rs. 6,999 ($110).
An Amazon Prime subscription brings a set of perks that includes unlimited 1 or 2 day delivery, access to TV programs and films via Prime Instant, over 1 million songs via Prime Music as well as unlimited photo storage via the retailer’s Prime Photo service. Now, on the eve of its 20th anniversary, Amazon has announced Prime Day, a global shopping event exclusively for Prime subscribers.
Through July 6, 2K Games will discount select titles as part of its Independence Day Sale. The company’s mobile games are among the priciest around but this promotion knocks a few dollars from a few of them. And 2K Games didn’t choose light titles, either.
Right now, people in the United States can grab twelve free episodes from television shows aired on Comedy Central. Then, on top of the free content, there are full seasons available at discounted prices.
This month, backers of the very successful Pebble Time campaign on Kickstarter will receive their smartwatches. Once backers receive their units, the Pebble Time will likely replace the older models on the company site. That could by why both the Pebble and Pebble Steel smartwatches are discounted right now directly from the company. The original Pebble is available for just $89 and a selection of six straps cost $15 each. The Pebble Steel’s discount is even steeper at $149 and buyers can include a metal strap for an additional $20.
The same discount also applies to models sold through Amazon with eligibility for the retailer’s free two-day shipping for Prime subscribers.
What smartwatch, if any, do you have your eyes set on? Let us know in the comments.
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