Another week, another set of great deals! We have teamed up with Dealnews to provide some of the best deals you can find anywhere on the Internet! We have some updates from deals that were mentioned last week as well as some new features that you will surely love. So whether you’re looking to look good with Ralph Lauren essentials, power up your Office with Office Depot’s clearance sale or even get free online classes from Stanford M.I.T. and more there’s something for everyone. So for your viewing delectation here are the latest Deals from Dealnews!
sunbeltproducts via eBay offers the Android 4.0 Mini PC, model no. MK802, for $69.99 with free shipping. It’s the lowest total price we could find by $3. About the size of a USB flash drive, this mini PC features a 1.5GHz Allwinner processor, 1GB RAM, 2GB of onboard flash storage, microSD card slot, wireless connectivity (which protocol isn’t clear), HDMI output, and more.
(Update: The price has dropped to $63.99 which is $6 under our original posting and now the best price by $9.)
Via Class-Central, sign up for free ongoing and upcoming courses from Stanford Coursera, M.I.T.’s MITx Learning Programs, Harvard’s HarvardX, Berkley’s BerkeleyX, and Udacity. They’re among the best free online courses we’ve seen. (We last saw courses starting in February, but only for Stanford and M.I.T.) As of this post, classes cover Computer Science, Entrepreneurship, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and more.
Ralph Lauren cuts up to 60% off a selection of men’s hoodies, as listed below. Even better, coupon code “RLSUM25″ cuts an additional 25% off. That puts each at least $43 off and at the lowest total price we could find. Shipping adds $5 but orders of $195 more qualify for free shipping. Sales tax is added where applicable. The deals:
Ralph Lauren Men’s Fleece Shawl Graphic Hoodie (pictured) for $18.74
Ralph Lauren Men’s Fleece Shawl Stencil Hoodie for $18.74
Ralph Lauren Men’s Fleece Shield Hoodie for $18.74
Ralph Lauren Men’s Fleece Shawl Crew Hoodie for $22.49
In-store only, Office Depot cuts up to $300 off select clearance items as part of its Clearance Event Sale. Plus, take an extra $25 off Toshiba and ASUS desktop PCs, laptops, and tablets via this printable coupon. Alternatively, take an extra $25 off HP and Brother printers via this printable coupon. (These coupons don’t stack with each other.) Combined, that’s the best discount we’ve seen on clearance items from Office Depot and yields several price lows. Sales tax is added where applicable. Coupons expire August 25.
ThinkGeek takes up to 75% off 300 items in its clearance section, as part of its Summer Sale. (Prices are as marked on product page.) With deals from 99 cents, it’s tied with our mention from three weeks ago as the best sale we’ve seen from ThinkGeek since February, when we saw up to 90% off with stacking coupons. Shipping starts at around $5, or get free shipping on orders of $75 or more.
A best bet is the Donkey Kong Wall Decal Pack for $27.99 plus around $7 for shipping. (Select the correct style from the drop-down list to see this price.) That’s the lowest total price we could find by $37. It includes three 26″ x 40″ sheets of wall decals.
Ubuntu One offers 5GB of storage for free. That’s the first such deal we’ve seen for this Internet file storage service. The service also includes mobile access, file sharing, and file synching across platforms. It’s compatible with Windows, Ubuntu, Android, iPhone, and iPad.
Pringles offers a free Pringles Speaker via this mail-in rebate when you purchase four cans of Super Stack Pringles. That’s tied with our May mention as the best offer we’ve ever seen from Pringles. Your speaker will arrive by mail in approximately 10 to 12 weeks. Deal ends October 31.
mwave offers the Casio Men’s Multi-Task Gear Waveceptor Sports Watch, model no. WV200DA-1A, for $44.99 with free shipping. That’s $2 under our July mention and the lowest total price we could find by $3. It features a stainless steel bracelet and case, atomic timekeeping, digital display, quartz movement, world time, alarm, timer, stopwatch, water resistance to 660 feet, and more.
Once again at the Sony Education Store, students or faculty members can buy a select Sony VAIO notebook or desktop and receive the Sony PlayStation 3 Slim 160GB Gaming Console, model no. PS398423, or PlayStation Vita WiFi System, model no. PSV22031, for free via the directions below. (Apply the coupon code for your respective system during checkout; it will appear on your “review order” page.) That’s up to $250 off and tied with a mention from a month ago as the best deal we’ve seen on these bundles. Shipping starts at around $15 and sales tax is added where applicable. A valid .edu email address is required to register. Several exclusions apply. Deal ends September 5. To get this deal:
Log in or register at the Sony Education Store
add a select Sony VAIO S-, T-, E-, or L-Series Laptop or PC to your cart
for a free PlayStation 3 Console, apply coupon code “250PS3″ during checkout
or, for a free PlayStation Vita Console, apply coupon code “250VITA” during checkout
proceed to final checkout to see the console added to the order
JCPenney cut prices on select Stafford Suit and Sports Coats, with deals starting at $29. Shipping adds $8, or get free site-to-store shipping via coupon code “JCPSHIP”. Even with shipping, they’re each really low prices for such coats. Sales tax is added where applicable. The deals (sizes may be limited for some styles):
Stafford Men’s Essentials Corduroy Sportcoat (pictured) for $29
Stafford Men’s Essentials Linen Look Sport Coat for $32
Stafford Men’s Black Stripe Suit Coat for $40
Stafford Men’s Essentials Sport Coat for $44
Stafford Men’s Athletic Fit Jacket for $48
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