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Today’s Newest Deals
Dell Outlet is currently offering up to 17% off Dell Outlet configs. Usually the compromise with refurbished items is the shorter (or lack of) warranty, but not with Dell Outlet. Dell Outlet PCs have the same 1-year warranty.
Some current examples (prices after code):
- Inspiron 15 7000 (7577) Intel Core i5 GTX 1060 Laptop for $665
- Alienware 13R3 Intel Core i7 GTX 1060 Laptop for $1013
- Alienware 15R3 Intel Core i7 GTX 1060 Laptop for $1050
- Alienware 17R4 Intel Core i7 GTX 1070 Laptop for $1242
- Dell XPS 8910 Intel Core i5 GTX 1070 Desktop for $668
- Alienware Aurora R6 Intel Core i7 6-Core GTX 1070 Desktop for $1103
- Alienware Aurora R6 Intel Core i7 6-Core GTX 1080 Desktop for $1238
- Alienware 34″ Curved 1440p GSYNC 144Hz IPS Gaming Monitor for $813
Back in Stock. If you’re looking for the ultimate beast in gaming monitors, the Alienware AW3418DW should be a tops on your list. Specs include a 34″ 3440×1440 curved IPS panel display with super wide viewing angles and 99% sRGB coverage, 4ms response time, NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility, up to 120Hz refresh rate, and RGB lighting.
This is a Dell refurb product that you’re getting directly from the manufacturer (Dell). Dell Outlet monitors look and function as if brand new and include a 90-day manufacturer’s warranty.
- Click Here
- Click on “Shop Monitors”
- Click on the dropdown tab “Model”
- Select “AW3418DW” (fourth to last from the bottom)
- Do not select the AW3418HW model, which is not as good
- Add to your shopping cart
- At cart, apply 17% off code: “17homePCMa“
- Final price will be $812.57 shipped (plus tax)
Ignore the “will not ship to the US” blurb on the product page, because it does. They had the same message when the SNES Classic went up for preorder (again first in the UK), and I was able to successfully receive one. The NES Classic is powered by USB and all the games are already loaded into the unit itself so there is no “region locking” issue.
My recommendation? Preorder one. If you are able to successfully preorder another one in the United States, you can always cancel this order. If you have an Amazon US account, you don’t need to make a UK account.
Only available in Blue, White, Red, and Rose Gold. These headphones has everything in spades – audio quality, comfort, style, and convenience. Still sells for significantly more everywhere else.
This is a new model from Dell and a brand new processor from Intel, one of the first mobile Intel hexacore processors to hit the market. Dell packaged it with a GeForce GTX 1060 6GB video card, 16GB RAM and dual drives (128GB SSD + 1TB HDD).
The Dell 7000 series boasts much better build quality and materials over the 5000. Specs include a 15″ 1080p IPS panel display, Intel Core i5-7300HQ quad-core, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and GeForce GTX 1060 video card.
When I buy video cards for myself, I tend to stick to the Asus STRIX variants. The STRIX is hailed by many as the quietest air-cooled solution for the GTX 1080. It usually commands a higher price point than other brands, but not in this case. Video card prices are going back down to reasonable levels, and this one is below MSRP with the rebate.
If you’re looking for the least expensive GeForce GTX 1080 video card out there, this MSI variant takes the cake.
DropMix was developed by Hasbro with Harmonix, creators of Rock Band and Dance Central. You get 60 DropMix cards from various popular artists and tracks to create your own song mixes. We even reviewed it in December of 2017 and called it “one of the most exciting games of recent years”. I just bought one myself at this price.
This is a super cool set that came about when fan Jake Sadovich received over 10,000 LEGO IDEAS votes for this creation. At this price you’re only $0.06 per brick.
This bargain priced laptopinclude a 15.6″ display, Intel Core i3-7100U dual-core processor, 4GB RAM and 1TB HDD.
Normally $350. This headphone boasts active noise cancellation and audio quality that’s as good as the pricier Bose QuietComfort 35. This was one of the best selling headphone deals at IGN on Black Friday, but that deal didn’t include the Pandora or Netflix subscriptions.
Release date is July 23. Last year in April, Amazon had this edition available for preorder as well (the first and last time until now). All those orders ended up being cancelled! Fortunately you get one more stab at this. “Available for a limited one-time run only – 6,000 copies in the US”. You get the 4K, Blu-ray, and Digital HD versions of the movie in a steelbook case, but what really stands out about this edition is the life-sized EndoArm encased in hard acrylic dome on a unique number stand with James Cameron’s autograph.
All of these deals are great, but I would personally recommend the M-series TVs. It’s widely regarded as having the best picture quality in its price range.It also supports true HDR, which means it has local dimming, wide color gamut, and sufficient peak brightness.
True HDR 4K Smart HDTVs:
4K Smart HDTVS:
This is easily the lowest price I can find for a 50″ (ish) TV that has Smart functionality built-in. When you add the TV to your cart, you have the option to extend the warranty from 1 year to 3 years for only $26.
We all know that brand new Apple products are very rarely heavily discounted. Not only are these very popular items marked down significantly, they’re sold by a very reputable merchant.
UPDATE: iPad 5th Gen 128GB WiFi has dropped even more to $329
A 12 month subscription normally costs $59.99. If you’re going for Gold for the long haul, it’s much cheaper getting the 12-month sub over the smaller 1-month, 3-month, or 6-month subs.
For only $9.99 per course, you can train yourself in tools, software, and programming languages specific to the gaming industry. I and other people here have used Udemy and would easily recommend one of these hugely informative courses for the same cost as a Switch screen protector.
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Eric Song is IGN’s deal curator and spends roughly 1/4 of his income on stuff he posts. Check out his latest Daily Deals Article, follow him at IGN Deals on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his IGN Deals Newsletter.