Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

With the long-awaited release of Mario Kart 8, it's a great time to get a Wii U. Luckily, Target is running a nice promotion to flesh out your library. Just buy two select games, and you'll get a third free. Plus, Nintendo is still running a promotion to get a free game when you buy Mario Kart 8, so if that's one of the games you choose, you'll actually get four for the price of two. [Buy Two Wii U Games, Get One Free]

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Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

It's Monday, which means Steam Sale Day with discounts on Dark Souls, Rogue Legacy, and lots more. [Day Five]

Our picks: Rogue Legacy, Dark Souls, FTL, Saints Row IV, Magic...


Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

$100 Toys-R-Us Gift Card ($85) | eBay 


Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

This is about as cheap as you'll ever see a year of Xbox Live Gold. The evolving Games With Gold program has made this is a must-own for any Xbox owner. [Xbox Live Gold 12 Monhths, $42]


Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

For a company best known for selling cheap HDMI cables, Monoprice actually has a decent selection of branded gadgets. Two of their best, the ultra-cheap MHD Action Cam and their Enhance Bass Earbuds, are on sale today at Rakuten, with free shipping. Gizmodo found the action cam to be solid for the price, and the earbuds are nothing short of legendary

Monoprice Enhanced Bass Hi-Fi Noise Isolating Earphones ($8) | Rakuten

Monoprice MHD Action Camera ($60) | Rakuten


Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

Today on eBay, take $110 off a 32GB iPad Air, or $120 off the 64GB model. Most iPad deals these days are only on the 16GB flavors, so this is pretty notable. 

More of an Android fan? There's also a Nexus 7 available for $130. 

Apple iPad Air 32GB ($490) | eBay 

Apple iPad Air 64GB ($580) | eBay 

Refurb Google Nexus 7 16GB ($130) | eBay 


Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

If you've been priced out of the tablet market so far, the Kindle Fire HD 8.9" was a solid deal when it came out at $300, and at this $139, it's an absolute steal. We see tablets priced around this level from time to time, but they almost always have cramped 7" screens, rather than the sprawling 9" HD display you'll get here.

Amazon's Appstore has really come into its own in the last year or so, and you'll have access to all the major streaming video services, plus a ton of games, comics, books and other apps. These refurbs usually sell for $199, so act fast before they sell out. [Refurb Kindle Fire HD 8.9", $139]


Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

In my opinion, a ~5,000 mAh external charger is the perfect balance between size and capacity, as long as you can charge it every night. RAVPower makes some of the best chargers around, and their 5600mAh variety is only $15 today. [RAVPower 5600mAh External Battery Charger, $15 after promo code C4VIOZCK]


Steam Summer Sale Day 5, Buy 2 Wii U Games and Get 2 Free, FTL

I am a bit ashamed of how much diet soda I drink, but there's no doubt that my SodaStream has been a good investment versus buying cans. [SodaStream Genesis Starter Kit, $42 after coupon and rebate]


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