Free Amazon money. Can't complain about that. Plus, if you use Google Checkout with this deal, you'll get a $5 Toys R Us card too. Plus, if you're creating a new Gyft account, you'll get a $5 account credit after your purchase. The code should work on other gift cards as well, if you'd prefer to shop at another retailer.

If you did get a $5 credit, you can spend that on another Amazon gift card ($15 minimum), bringing your total savings to $10.


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If learning a new language is going to be your new year's resolution, here's a great deal. You can get a Rosetta Stone Power Pack, or a level 1-5 kit for several different languages for $269-$279, plus a Kindle Fire HD 7 tablet to boot. The Power Packs sell for $350 by themselves, so you're actually saving $71, and getting the tablet for free. Très bien! [Amazon]


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Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard of the fantastic Audio Technica ATH-M50 headphones. Today, Adorama is bundling their X-variant (which includes a detachable cable) with a free Tascam DR-05 digital audio recorder for $169. The kicker here is that Tascam is offering a $25 mail-in rebate on that model as well, bringing your total damage down to $144. [Audio Technica ATH-M50x + Tascam Audio Recorder, $144 after rebate]

If you don't like the white headphones, or if you want a better recorder, you can get the DR-40 recorder bundled with a blue set of ATH-M50x for $210, after using the same rebate.


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These wristbands are incredibly handy for doing work around the house, and this model has never been cheaper. Great gift idea. [MagnoGrip 002-160 Magnetic Wristband, $12]


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Who doesn't love microfiber towels, especially when they're this cheap? [ Zwipes Microfiber Cleaning Cloths (36-Pack), $14]


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This mechanics tool set breaks the rare $.50/tool barrier today, so snap it up for yourself, or as a gift. [ Craftsman 118-Pc Mechanic's Tool Set, $50]


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To celebrate Cyber Monday week, Amazon is taking 30% off clothing, bags, watches, luggage, and more. The minimum purchase is $100, but this can add up to some serious savings on high-end items like carry-on bags. [ 30% Off $100 in Apparel at Amazon with Code CYBWEEK14]


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Here's an easy gift for any of your friends with Keurig machines.

Martinson Coffee K-Cups, Donut Shop Blend, 48 Count ($17) | Amazon | After Digital Coupon

MartinsonCoffee K-Cups, House Blend, 48 Count ($17) | Amazon | After Digital Coupon

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Long before there were learning thermostats, smartphone-controlled locks, and IFTTT-connected light bulbs, there was the original smart home appliance: The Roomba. I know I've always wanted one, and if you've felt the same way, today's a great chance to make your wish come true.

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The highly-rated Roomba 780 vacuum is marked down to an all-time low $429, today only. That's $60 less than its previous low price, and $170 below its usual price. This model is on the high-end of the Roomba product line, but this price brings it in line with its less capable siblings. Here's what you get:

  • It uses a new advanced cleaning head which provides superior performance for picking up pet hair, dirt, dust and more
  • Dual HEPA filters trap dust, allergens and tiny particulates leaving behind fresh, clean air
  • The included infrared remote allows you to control Roomba without getting up
  • The robot can be scheduled to perform up to seven cleaning sessions per week, even when you are not home
  • It uses sophisticated power management software that results in 50% longer battery life than previous Roomba generations

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$429 is still a decent chunk of change, but for a product that takes vacuuming off your list of chores, it seems more than fair.

As always with Gold Box deals, this price is only valid today, or until sold out. [ Roomba 780, $429]

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If you missed the numerous options to save on a PS4 during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you can grab the Grand Theft Auto V/Last of Us Bundle for $400 with the PS4 camera thrown in for good measure. [PS4]


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Best Buy has Games of Thrones Season 4 with 5 exclusive covers available for preorder.


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USB battery packs are my favorite generic holiday gift. They're useful to literally everyone, they offer a tremendous amount of utility for a modest amount of money, and it still seems like most non-nerds aren't fully aware that they exist. If you have anyone on your shopping list that could use one, here's a great deal.

For a limited time, you can get a 13,000mAh Anker E4 for just $24 with code ANKERCM1, matching a Black Friday lightning deal. That's enough juice to charge up your average smartphone 4-5 times over, and is great for long flights, camping trips, power outages, and general battery life paranoia. Anker battery packs are among the most popular items we list, and they all carry stellar review averages. [Anker 2nd Gen Astro E4 13000mAh External Battery,$24 with code ANKERCM1]


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If you missed scoring a Roku Streaming Stick for $40 over the weekend, here's a refurb for $5 less. [ refurb Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) with Remote Control, $35]


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Give the gift of clean teeth this holiday season. [ Philips Sonicare HX6211/93, $30 with code SONICARE10]


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Anyone who's semi-serious about cooking should own some clad pots and pans, and this highly-rated set is only $130 today. That's a tremendous value, and a great gift. [Cooks Standard Multi-Ply Clad Stainless-Steel 10-Piece Cookware Set, $130]


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