3DS XL Down To $150, Plus and LIVE Updates, And A Crossbow [Deals]S

Something for everyone in today's deal roundup, including Torchlight II (code GFDJAN20) for $4, which is quite a bit of bang for your buck. PC gamers can pre-order Titanfall on the cheap, PS4 owners are too busy playing their free Don't Starve to even read this, and the 3DS XL is down to $150 bucks again. Enjoy.


3DS XL Down To $150, Plus and LIVE Updates, And A Crossbow [Deals]S

Leave the external hard drive, take the flash drive. This Kingston DataTraveler HyperX Predator 1TB USB3 drive puts a whole lot of your stuff in a very small package. With an MSRP of $2310, it might be the deepest discount we've ever posted. [Amazon]

For the rest of us, here's a PNY 128GB USB3 drive for 60 bucks, an awesome deal. [Amazon]

Moving from storage to power, the Anker E5 packs a whopping 15000mAh of power for your mobile devices for only $42 with code ANKER40W. That's a good deal even without the Anker brand backing it up. [Amazon]


3DS XL Down To $150, Plus and LIVE Updates, And A Crossbow [Deals]

They don't have the street cred of the ATH-M50s, but Audio Technica's noise-canceling ATH-AMC27 headphones are an awesome deal if you're on a tighter budget. Amazon will sell you a pair today for just $44, or you can get them at Best Buy for a buck more, if you have some holiday gift cards to spend.

Audio Technica ATH-AMC27 Headphones | $44, or $45 at Best Buy


3DS XL Down To $150, Plus and LIVE Updates, And A Crossbow [Deals]

If you can take a minute to send in a rebate form, you can get Parallels for free from Newegg. Even at $20, this is a steal.

Parallels Desktop 8 for Mac | FREE after $20 rebate and promo code EMCYTZT5396


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