Day 9 of the Steam Sale is here and with it comes discounts on Transistor, Octodad and not much else worth writing home about. As with every other day so far, several of the prices are currently wrong on the homepage. The Alan Wake Franchise is actually $6, which is a good deal for those who missed past bundles. PayDay 2 is also a good buy at this price.


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If you own a Sony game console, there's absolutely no reason why you should be without PlayStation Plus. Here's $10 off. [PlayStation Plus 1 Year Membership, $40]

Xbox owners can also pick up a year of Xbox Live Gold for $43. With the improvements to Games with Gold, this is also a great buy.

This Braun electric shaver features a ceramic cooling element to soothe your face without any gels or lotions. Staples has it marked down to just $100 today. [Braun CoolTec Dry Shaver, $100]

Fitbit makes some of the best activity trackers on the market, and their iconic Fitbit One is on sale today on Amazon. [Fitbit One, $78]

If you take good care of it, a Lodge cast iron skillet can last for your entire life. This 15" model is big enough to cook for an entire family, and is marked down to its lowest price today. [Lodge 15" Cast Iron Skillet, $29]

This unique toaster is your one stop shop for delicious breakfast sandwiches. It has two slots to toast an english muffin, an egg cooker, and even a heating tray for pre-cooked breakfast meat. [West Bend Egg and Muffin Toaster, $25]








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