Two big options for console preorders today. Hit up this list to get a $10 Xbox Gift Card with whatever game you decide to lock up, or get a $25 Dell gift for even more games in your platform's respective section below.


Ready to lock up your copy of Mordor after Kotaku's review?


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Watching Guardians Of The Galaxy is like getting back part of your soul, so you'll probably want to watch it again. Preorders are now open, with a discount of at least $10 off MSRP.


The Breaking Bad Complete Series Barrel is back for 2014, with new Better Call Saul inclusions. It's one of the cooler special editions for a TV series we've ever brought your way, and we're glad to see it come back. Currently heavily discounted. [Breaking Bad]


Starting in October, Chariot will be free for Xbox LIVE subscribers, continuing the trend of indie titles on Games with Gold and Playstation Plus going free for subscribers of the services on release day.

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Xbox 360 subscribers can grab Battlefield: Bad Company 2 on October 1st, followed by Darksiders II on the 16th.

Xbox One

  • Chariot

Xbox 360

  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2, October 1-15
  • Darksiders II, October 16-31

In case you missed it yesterday, Android users can take advantage of a HUGE Amazon Appstore deal on 27 different premium apps and games, all for free. Highlights include Swype keyboard, OfficeSuite Professional 7, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II, Threes!, and GeniusScan+ [Amazon]


I'll be honest, I don't get the appeal of these trackballs. People seem love them whenever we post them though, so have at it. [Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball, $30]


Whether your phone actually tends to run out of juice on heavy-use days, or you just have mild panic attacks whenever it gets below 50%, an external USB charger can do wonders for your peace of mind.

Anker makes some of the best, and most popular chargers on the market, and their behemoth 15,000mAh Astro E5 charger is on sale for just $33 right now after promo code AASTROE5, an all-time low. To give you some perspective on that capacity, an iPhone 6's battery has only 1,810mAh, and most phablets top out around 3,000mAh. This would be great for camping trips, tailgates, or even building into a bag for charging on the go.

If that's a little too unwieldy for everyday use, the Lumsing 6,000mAh Ultra Slim charger is pocketable in most pants, includes two USB ports (a luxury on a battery this size), and is only $20. That price actually isn't uncommon for this charger, but it's a great deal compared to other, similarly sized models.


Westinghouse might not have cachet of Samsung, LG, or even Vizio, but if you want a big TV for a small price, it doesn't get much sweeter than $380 for 55" and 120Hz. [Westinghouse 55-Inch LED 1080p 120Hz HDTV, $380]


If you're still listening to any of your TVs through their built-in speaker, this $90 sound bar will be a HUGE upgrade. Plus, you can connect your phone over Bluetooth and use it as a no-fuss music system. Normally $120+. [Sharp 2.0 Channel Bluetooth Soundbar, $90]


If you have a lot of USB-powered gadgets at your desk (and who doesn't at this point), either one of these chargers will keep them powered up and organized.

Lumsing 30W 5-Port USB Desktop Charger ($17) | Amazon

Bolse 60W 7-Port USB Desktop Charger ($33) | Amazon | Promo code AJ3XGP3F


$40 is a good price for just about any pair of over-ear headphones from a reputable manufacturer. Add in the fact that they're Bluetooth, and have solid ratings, and it's fantastic. [ MEElectronics Air-Fi Venture AF52 Stereo Bluetooth Wireless Headphones, $40 after code EMCPAHD74]


I'm starting to think that Anker doesn't make a bad product. This Bluetooth 4.0 speaker has amazing reviews, a 20 hour battery, and an incredibly low price. [Anker MP141 Portable Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker with 20 Hour Battery, $33 with code P84VWG6E]


If your bag is overflowing with tangled cords and gadgets, do yourself a favor and pick up a Grid-It. This is the big model, and Amazon has never sold it for cheaper. [Cocoon Grid-It 15" x 9.5", $17]


Sitting somewhere between the standing desk and the treadmill desk is the FitDesk exercise bike. You probably won't bring this into the office, but if you just want to get in some exercise at home while you browse the web, it's a great option. [FitDesk Desk Exercise Bike, $274 after $25 coupon]


A good cast iron skillet will last you forever if you take good care of it. This 10" model might be too small to be your main skillet, but for $15, it's a great deal for smaller cooking jobs. [Lodge 10" Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet, $15]


Yes, the Wallet Ninja is silly, but I don't care. I love mine. [ Wallet Ninja Credit Card Pocket Tool, $11]


The iOttie One Touch was your favorite smartphone car mount (and my favorite as well), and its follow-up is heavily discounted today on Amazon for the first time. The new design adds a telescoping arm to bring the screen two inches closer to you, and the redesigned cradle accommodates phones up to 3.2" wide, including the Galaxy Note and iPhone 6 Plus. [iOttie Easy One Touch 2 Smartphone Car Mount, $18]


We tallied up the votes, and the Oral-B SmartSeries 4000 emerged as the best electric toothbrush.


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