You know what I haven't had in forever on Saturday morning? Lucky Charms. Mmmmm, frosted Lucky Charms. But we've had 52 straight Weekend Coupons, celebrating its one-year anniversary today.

• Target's ramped up a big "Tax Season Savings on Office Electronics" sale, and of course, who can't do their taxes without an Xbox 360 Elite? Get one for $299.99 and Target throws in a $50 gift card. Remember you can't write off this purchase until next year. I can't find it online, but I promise we got sent this from Target PR, so ask about it in-store.

• Again, only a fool pays full freight for an Xbox 360 subscription. They're almost always on sale, and you can redeem them months after you buy one. Newegg has the cards for $34.99. [TechDealDigger]

• On Direct2Drive, Bionic Commando: Rearmed for the PC is half off, for $7.50. If that's your platform and you don't have this game, I don't know what you're waiting for. It's loads of fun, has high replay value and the soundtrack is amazing. Available everywhere except Germany, Japan and South Korea. Hmmm, wonder why. [Direct2Drive]

• GameFly subscribers, take note of this sale. Better yet, if you've rented these and still have them in your house, you can keep them for cheap. GameFly still sends you the case and manual. Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, Ghostbusters, and X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Uncaged Edition) are $9.99. Call of Duty: World at War is $14.99 and Prototype is $17.99 [Cheap Ass Gamer]


• If you're feeling inspired by his Olympic gold medal victory, Amazon has the cheapest Wii Fit attachment snowboards for the Shaun White games. One is made by CTA, the other by Company X, and both are $29.99. (Next best are $40 and $48, respectively.) [Dealzon]

• It might be more than two years old but it's still a good game, and the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Game of the Year Edition for Xbox 360 is $26.99 through Amazon. [TDD]

• Battlefield: Bad Company 2's PC pre-order, for $49.95 gives you a Beta Access Code. I dunno why you want that when the game drops March 2. Oh, because the preorder also gives you Battlefield 2142 Deluxe. Get it through the EA Store. [TDD]


• On that note, Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty pre-orders have started for $49.99. [Dealzon]

• World of Warcraft: Battle Chest (PC/Mac) is $26.99 shipped from Newegg. It's $30 at Amazon, and $40 everywhere else. [Dealzon]

As always, smart gamers can find values any day of the week, so if you've run across a deal, share it with us in the comments.