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NewEgg unloading Zotac GTX 970 video cards for only $250 today in Deals

NewEgg is selling Zotac GTX 970 cards for only $250
Rock bottom price on this GTX 970 Gaming Video Card from NewEgg.

The Geforce GTX 970 video card has got to be one of the best value gaming GPUs out there. It’s not the best gaming video card, it’s not the cheapest, but it’s right at that point where you can play on high settings but not pay more than an Xbox One or a PlayStation 4 console. Probably the best deal on the market for a GTX 970 has shown up today on NewEgg’s eBay outlet. A Zotac GeForce GTX 970 is getting unloading for only $249.99 with free shipping in the continental US. No mail in rebates or coupons to deal with at checkout (a rare thing from NewEgg), just straight up instant savings. A total of 800 units are getting sold at this price from NewEgg and about half have been liquidated so far after 24 hours. We expect the deal to run for about that much longer (so jump on it!).

Oh, there’s more. You’ll also get a free copy of either Assassin’s Creed Syndicate or Rainbow Six Siege. A $60 bonus value right there, nice!

If graphical output’s covered and you just need something beautiful to display, check out the deal we found on the curved LG 34UC87C-B 1440p IPS monitor. Curved screens with abnormal aspect ratios aren’t for everyone, but for users looking to edit photos, video, or web designs side by side, they can prove incredibly useful. Today Adorama’s eBay account is selling the monitor for under $700, saving around $100 compared to other reputable retailers.

And finally, for those into tracking their fitness with actionable data, the Fitbit One is only $75 at Amazon for today only.


Not building a gaming rig or aiming to better track your sleep quality? You’ve still got over well over a dozen deals to peruse. Highlights for this mid-week roundup include a spec’d out a rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank” href=””>Lenovo Y700-15 with Core i7 Skylake, massive 16GB RAM, GeForce GTX 960M video card, and a full ridiculous 4K 2160p display, a $45 Apple TV, and even a camera/printer/paper bundle for which you’ll pay less than the new cost of the printer alone.





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