It's a multimedia Moneysaver with deals on DVD's, Blu-rays, Audiobooks, and of course, games, as well as a very important announcement:
Announcing our Black Friday Coverage
This year we'll be taking everything we've learned putting together Moneysaver, Dealzmodo, and Dealhacker and putting it to work in bringing you the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday coverage ever. We'll have the best deals on the best products, biggest games, and hottest items of the holiday season, and we'll bring them to you first, fastest, and in the easiest format to get through so you can get back to your families (or Playstation 4's). Lots more info coming soon.
- The X-Files Complete | $90
I recently marathoned the entirety of The X-Files. There are some really great and very creepy episodes, and if you're a "television person," it's something you have to take in at some point. Today, you can do so cheaply. It's really nice that this bundle throws in the standalone movies as well.
- Alien Anthology [Blu-ray] | $30
Alien is one of the finest films ever made, and you can grab it along with the sequels for the price most single blu-ray films go for. Of course, watching or rewatching them will make you hate Prometheus that much more.
- Pre-order Batman: Arkham Origins and get $10 Amazon Credit
Lock up Arkham Origins on any of the 7 platforms it'll be hitting and get $10 in credit, along with Deathstroke DLC. The Wii U version starts out at $50 because of lack of multiplayer, and buying the PC version nets you a free copy of Mortal Kombat Arcade along with the credit.
Sure, it's not mechanical, but it's also a really, really cheap gaming keyboard, complete with multiple backlighting color options.
- The Hobbit Audiobook | $4
- Pre-order Breaking Bad Complete w/ money barrel, apron, etc. [Blu-ray/UltraViolet] | $210
- Trade $20 worth of gaming stuff to get a bonus $20 toward the purchase of Beyond: Two Souls, or $30 worth of stuff to get a bonus $30 toward the purchase of a DualShock 4 (which would pay for the controller).
- Saints Row IV [PC Download] ($30) | Amazon
- preorder Batman: Arkham Origins + $10 Amazon Credit [PC Download] ($50) | Amazon
- Battlefield 3: Premium Edition [PC Download] ($20) | Amazon
- Hitman HD Trilogy ($20) | Amazon
- Army of TWO The Devil's Cartel ($26) | Amazon
- New Super Luigi U ($28) | Amazon
- Arkham City Armored Edition ($15) | Select Amazon as seller
- Injustice: Gods Among Us ($30) | Amazon
- Shin Megami Tensei IV [3DS] ($40) | Amazon | Lowest price ever
- The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien Audible Audio Book ($4) | Audible | Today Only
- The Sixth Sense [Blu-ray] ($9) | Amazon
- Chronicles of Riddick & Pitch Black [Blu-ray] (2000) ($16) | Amazon
- Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street [Blu-ray] ($9) | Amazon
- The X-Files: The Complete Series + Movies [DVD] ($90) | Amazon | Today Only
- 4 Pokemon Movies [Blu-ray] ($7) | Amazon
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- Samsung UN32F5000 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz Slim LED HDTV ($344) | Amazon | Excellent reviews
- Samsung S24B150BL Glossy Black 23.6" 5ms (GTG) Widescreen LED Backlight LCD Monitor ($130) | Newegg | Use promo code AFNJ2615
- Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360 - Glossy Black (920-004088) ($20) | Amazon | Matches lowest price ever
- JBL CS6100BG High-Performance Complete 6-Piece Home Theater Speaker System with Brackets ($350) | Amazon | $400 or more elsewhere
- refurb Denon AVR-1713 5.1 Channel 3D HT Receiver with AirPlay ($249) | sears | Today Only
- Samsung 840 Series 2.5 inch 120GB SATA III internal SSD ($90) | Amazon
- Kingston Digital 120GB SSDNow V300 SATA 3 2.5 with Adapter SSD ($80) | Amazon
- Kingston Digital 60GB SSDNow V300 SATA 3 2.5 with Adapter SSD ($55) | Amazon
- McFarlane Toys Halo 4 Series 2 Didact Deluxe Action Figure ($28) | Amazon | Lowest price ever
- Great Northern 6074 Pop Pup Popcorn Popper ($60) | Amazon | Must choose Amazon as seller
- Dabble - The Fast Thinking Word Game ($16) | Amazon | Excellent reviews
- Thermos 16oz. Food Jar ($19) | Amazon
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