Rosewill USB Mouse for $5, and a
$5 mail-in rebate is available ($0 after rebate).
Forms must be filled out and mailed within 30 days from purchase, and requires cutting out the UPC from the product box.
Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD for $113 with code ESCFFGN52 (45¢/GB).
Includes a 10-year warranty, and rated one of the most reliable SSDs on the consumer market today.
A-Data SU800 256GB SSD for $67, and a
$7 mail-in rebate
is available ($60 after rebate).
You only have until December 20 to fill out the form (tiny print), cut out the UPC, and mail everything in with the Newegg invoice.
Statistically, most customers who buy this item will forget to mail-in the rebate, but those customers will be glad to know the $67 price is still a couple dollars cheaper than its normal
Sterling Silver Plated Cubic-Zirconia Earrings
If you are looking for a good earring gift but don't want to pay the price for a diamond, check these out.
We love them, and have probably been worn more than any other earring in the jewelry box.
PureSpa Essential Oil Diffuser for $19.
Normally about $25 and up.
We own this, and it does a great job at fumigating the house with pleasant scents.
Oils (scents) are not included, but they are also having a sale on
6 Aromatherapy Oils for $16.
- Early Black Friday Sale
Best Buy has started their Black Friday sale, but you have to use promo codes to get them.
They work with all customers (new and existing BestBuy.com accounts).
Dell Inspiron 15.6" Touchscreen Laptop for $350 with code LAPTOPDEAL .
Intel i5-5200U 2.2GHz Dual-Core processor, 8GB memory, 1TB hard drive, Bluetooth, Wifi, and Windows 10.
Normally sells for about $425.
Having a laptop with a touchscreen is far nicer than a regular laptop.
Use the same touching to select, pinching to zoom, and swiping to scroll as you would on a phone.
Zyxel 16-Port Gigabit Switch for $40 with code 1118BFLEAK11 .
This is a
Zyxel makes good quality networking products, and most 16-port gigabit switches sell for at least $60.
6-Outlet Power Strip for $4 with free shipping.
Home Depot and Lowe's stores should have similar power strips for the same price, but not with free delivery.
LG E6 65-inch OLED 4K 2160p 3D HDTV for $4,000 and includes a free $600 Newegg Gift Card (should automatically appear in the cart).
Normal price is $4,000 without a free gift card.
There is a cheaper version of this TV, a OLED65B6P which appears to be identical but lacks 3D viewing (which almost nobody ever uses, anyway).
- Toshiba 120GB SSD for $35
Toshiba (OCZ) 120GB Solid State Drive for $35 today.
This and other "TLC" SSDs are cheap and fast, probably some of the fastest SSDs on the consumer market.
However, we read TLC-based drives deteriorate quicker then other drives.
This drive does come with a 3-year warranty, and most people may never write as much data that would cause their drive to deteriorate within 3 years, however this is something to keep in mind.
If you have a laptop or desktop computer that you rely heavily on, we would suggest looking at a more expensive SSD with V-NAND technology, such as a Samsung 850 Pro.
- Seagate 5TB Hard Drive for $189
Amazon is clearing out an older model Seagate 5TB 7200rpm "Enterprise" Hard Drive for $189.
The latest model sells for about $225.
Includes a rare 5-year warranty (most drives come with 1-2 year warranty).
- Sowtech Optical Gaming Mouse for Computers $4.89
Sowtech Optical Ergonomic USB wired gaming mouse for $8.89, and code 3ZKGP9UR applies $4 off during checkout.
Free shipping with a $49+ order, or free with Prime.
Most stylish/gaming computer mice sell for at least $10.
Rosewill 2.5" External Drive Enclosure for $8.
Many people have spare 2.5" hard drives laying around after replacing their laptops with SSDs.
Throwing an old 2.5" hard drive into this enclosure turns it into external/portable USB storage.
Corsair Survivor 32GB USB Flash Drive for $12 shipped, or $11 with Premier.
Use code ESCFEGF46 to get the price.
Survivor is designed so tough, your data can survive being tossed off a building, run over by a car, or dropped in a pool.
Civilization VI Deluxe for Windows for $80 and includes a free $15 Newegg gift card.
Same as above, but includes a digital soundtrack and an extra pack of maps, scenarios, civilizations, and leaders.
Only been out for one day, and has great reviews.
Don't expect the game be available any cheaper than $50 until at least Black Friday.
Update:Amazon also has Civilization VI on sale for $48 for Amazon Prime subscribers only, however it is not in-stock and can take a while to deliver.
Newegg's deal is $60 with a free $10 Newegg gift card, and delivers electronically so you can play sooner than the Amazon deal.
- Deals Today
If you enjoy shopping for electronics and have not yet signed up for Fry's Daily Email, consider doing so.
It is free, and the only way to get their discount prices.
Apply the code shown at the top of your daily (or weekly) email.
They confirm eligibility by checking your login credentials, so you cannot send your coupon code to friends.
For example, these hot deals are available today:
500-Pack of Printer Paper for $1 when applying the promo code in your email.
Available for in-store pickup, or free shipping with a $34+ order.
Samsung 850 Pro 256GB Solid State Drive for $100 in-store only (not available for shipping).
Apply the promo code in your email to see the price.
Normally about $120.
Rated one of the fastest and most reliable SSDs on the market today, and includes a 10 year warranty.
Also, the Samsung "Pro" series support hardware encryption which activates when you set a "hard drive password" or "disk password" in your computer's BIOS.
So if a laptop equipped with a Samsung Pro gets stolen, the entire drive would be illegible and cannot be accessed by the thief.
For this reason alone, we use Samsung Pro SSDs in all our laptops.
Intel Core i7-6700 Retail CPU for $255 with in-store pickup only (not for shipping).
Price available when applying the promo code in your email.
Microcenter, the next cheapest retailer, sells it for $280 and most online stores sell it for at least $300.
Discount prices are only visible to people who have signed up to their mailing list and received a promo code in their daily email.
Seagate 1TB Hard Drive for $45 with code ESCFEFL22 (4.5¢ per GB).
This model (ST1000DM003) is used inside one of our servers, and it performs quite well for a consumer-grade hard drive (at least 150 megabytes per second).
Includes a 2 year warranty.
Toshiba 3TB Hard Drive for $80.
Good value for performance and capacity, however some reviewers reported drive failures within 6 months.
Includes a 2 year warranty.
- Crucial M.2 275GB SSD for $68
Crucial MX300 M.2 2280 275GB Internal Solid State Drive for $73, and code ESCFEFH28 applies $5 off in the cart.
Unlike a regular Solid State Drive plugging in to a Serial-ATA port, a M.2 SSD plugs directly into the motherboard.
If your PC's motherboard was made after December of 2013, it may have an M.2 slot compatible with this kind of SSD.
Here is an example photo of what the slot and SSD look like.
Most M.2 compatible SSDs are "2280" in length.
To see examples of what other lengths look like, see here.
The performance of an M.2 SSD will be better than a regular SSD.
Here are the reviews of this Crucial MX300 M.2.
This little box can provide free or paid telephone service for your home.
It requires a broadband Internet service of at least 0.5 megabit (500 Kbps), and a regular home telephone or cordless phone.
Setting up a free Google Voice account is easy, as demonstrated in this instructional video.
We had the 2-line OBi202 version for 3 years and love it.
Call quality is better and more stable than mobile/cell phones.
All calls (incoming and outgoing) within the US and Canada are free with Google Voice.
Google voice integrates well with your home computer and mobile phone, so you can also make/receive calls while at work and away from home.
Emergency 911 calls do not work with Google Voice.
You cannot make emergency calls from your home phone, unless you pay $15/year for 911 service through Anveo or similar service.
We pay this fee, and enjoy the piece of mind knowing emergency responders would electronically see our home address immediately when calling 911 (mobile/cell phones do not yet reliably do this).
Dialing someone means literally pressing their digits.
Some home phones can download your mobile phone's contact list, such as this home phone, making it easier to dial people.
- Portable 2TB USB Drive $70
Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB Portable USB3.0 Drive for $80, and code ESCENFJ39 applies $10 off.
Normally sells for $80.
Powers itself through the included USB data cable, so no need to carry a separate power cable.
Most reviews are positive, though some people reported bad drives.
Newegg offers a 30-day refund/replacement warranty, and Seagate offers a 2 year replacement warranty.
Data losses caused by faulty drives are extremely frustrating experiences, so we suggest doing backups (data copied to 2 or more places) rather than relying on a single drive to store your important data.
Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 with Touchpad for $20 with in-store pickup.
Comes with a 2.4GHz USB adapter for connecting to a desktop or laptop computer.
Normally sells for about $30.
Beware of a hacking risk when using a wireless keyboard.
As a Wired.com writer explains, a nearby hacker can tap into your wireless keyboard.
A savvy hacker can:
Snoop what you are typing (passwords, email addresses, credit card numbers, etc), and
Inject keystrokes at a rate of 1,000 words per minute, which can hijack your computer with commands like uploading private information or opening a backdoor that the hacker can exploit later.
So if you are security conscious, please be aware of the risks of using wireless keyboards in an office building, apartment complex, or coffee shop where hackers could be close by.
Bluetooth devices are more secure since they use a pairing/approval access method, but are still susceptible to some hackers.
We suggest never typing passwords and credit card numbers on any wireless keyboard.
- Refurbished Seagate 4TB External Hard Drive for $69 (expired: sold out)
Newegg is selling a refurbished (not new) Seagate Backup Plus 4TB External/Desktop USB Hard Drive for $69 with free shipping.
Normally $100 refurbished and $110 new.
Inside is a refurbished 4TB hard drive which would normally sell by itself for at least $90.
If you want an internal 4TB hard drive, you could use a screwdriver to remove the drive from its case.
Hard drives make relatively cheap backup devices when plugged in to a computer via a hard drive docking station.