Tuesday, April 29

Sony 1080p Upconverting DVD player $60

SonyStyle offers the DVP-NS77H 1080p upconverting DVD player for $60 shipped, via coupon code. It includes HDMI and component outputs, DVD+/-R and CDR compatibility (including dual-layer discs) and MP3 playback.

Save $40 on the Sony DVPNS77H/S dvd player w/code DVPNS77HSAFF, now just $59.99. Ends April 30.

Free Cone Day!

At your local Ben and Jerry's.

Click here to find a location near you.

Friday, April 25

Free stainless coffeemaker and mug from Gevalia

You can get a free coffee maker, mug, and coffee from Gevalia for trying their service. No commitment is required.

Try Gevalia and get this FREE coffeemaker

Monday, April 21

37" 1080p LCD for $840 and more...

eCost.com offers the JVC Genessa 37" 1080p LCD for $799 plus about $40 for shipping. This price is about $150 better than NewEgg, the next-best-priced reputable vendor.

On another note, if you install Yahoo! Messenger using Internet Explorer, I will get paid $1. So, why not take a minute to update your Yahoo! Messenger install even if you don't use it regularly. Thanks!

Ah, like the less-inflated days of my youth.

Back then, you didn't need a special coupon. These days, you do, but here it is. Buy one dozen assorted donuts at Krispy Kreme, and get a dozen glazed ones for free. Perfect for buying the love of your coworkers.

printable coupon

Sunday, April 20

Yep, still kicking.

Sorry for the lack of posts, folks, it's been a busy few weeks. I found a new job, went out of town for Easter, told I was getting sacked, quit, went out of the country for 15 days, found out I might not have a new job, then found I actually do (starting tomorrow). Having been in England for 2 weeks, I can tell you there are few deals to be had there. Highlights include:
  • £1.10 ($2.20) for a single Krispy Kreme donut
  • £3.40 ($6.80) for a Venti Iced Caramel Macchiato from Starbucks
  • £5.50 ($11) for an all-day bus/subway travel pass within Zone 1
  • £18 ($36) for a small pizza, breadsticks, and single glass of wine
  • £130 ($255) per night for a (barely) three star hotel (barely) in central London
  • £1.05/L ($7.98/gal) for gas - thankfully I did not use a car

There were a few relative deals:

  • 45p ($0.90) for a pint of milk
  • £3.99 ($8) for a T-Mobile UK SIM card and 3p ($0.06)/minute to call the US
  • free incoming calls and texts on any mobile phone
  • no currency conversion fee using Bank of America card to get cash from Barclay's ATMs