- Intel 545s 512GB SSD for $55
Newegg is selling an Intel 545s 512GB Solid State Drive for $55 through their Ebay store.
Most 512GB SSDs sell for between $60 and $80, but Intel makes some of the best quality SSDs on the market today (along with Samsung, in our opinion).
This model also has hardware AES 256-bit encryption, compatible with any laptop that has full-disk encryption or hard drive encryption in its BIOS, ensuring data stays safe if the laptop is stolen.
- Yale Push Button Deadbolt Lock for $90
BuyDig is selling a Yale Push-Button Security Deadbolt Door Lock for $90 through their Ebay store.
Normally about $125.
Works with Z-Wave systems including SmartThings, Wink, Alarm.com and Amazon Alexa (via SmartThings or Wink).
Friday, November 16, 2018
- $150 Southwest Airlines Gift Card for $135
Southwest is one of our favorite airlines in the US.
This deal effectively gives $15 off of your next Southwest flight, and never expires until used.
Pay $135 to get a Southwest Airlines gift card with $150 value.
Keep the gift card code in a safe place, use when you're ready.
Apply the gift card when buying airline tickets on Southwest.com, which applies credit, then apply a credit card to pay for any remaining balance.
Here is our advice for finding Southwest deals when planning a trip:
Click one-way or roundtrip, and departing/arriving cities.
Then, you can see a matrix of all prices throughout the month.
This can help spot sale fares available on certain days.
Also keep in mind, to find the best deal, you can always fly one direction on Southwest (a one-way ticket), and another airline for the other direction.
Use Flights.Google.com to compare with other airlines' prices, and be sure to compare one-way fares for both the destination and return flights.
When comparing prices, remember that bags fly free on Southwest (including checked & carry-on bags), while most other US airlines charge $15 to $60 fee per bag plus other fees for families who want to reserve seats together.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
- Red Pocket Mobile Phone Service $279 For About a Year
Red Pocket is a discount mobile phone service with unlimited everything (talk, text, and data) in the US.
Through Ebay, they are offering 360-days of service for $279.
This prepaid plan comes out to about $23.25/month, which for some people, can save $50/mo or $100/mo compared to unlimited plans offered by Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon.
The first 10GB of data per month works on LTE (fastest network), then unlimited 2G.
When dropping to 2G speed, maps, email, and streaming music should still work.
The deal includes a free SIM card, and compatible with most unlocked GSM, Sprint, or Verizon phones (including iPhone and Android devices).
Customers with an existing Sprint SIM card may be eligible to to activate with the welcome email, without waiting for the new SIM card to arrive.
Only works if you are not currently in-contract with your phone service.
Call your current cell service provider's customer service department, and confirm your account is out-of-contract and the phone is "unlocked."
View your cart (or go to the checkout page), sign-in to PayPal but do not submit your order yet.
Apply coupon code PICKUPTEN near the bottom of the page, and watch the 10% discount apply onto your total.
Maximum of $100 off, so buying a $1,000 item will apply the maximum of $100 off.
Discount does not apply toward buying gift cards, cash, coupons, and real-estate.
This deal expires at 8am Eastern Time tomorrow (Friday).
Tuesday, October 23, 2018
- $100 Apple App Store Credit for $85
Finding discounted Apple App Store & iTunes credit is easy, but it's been a while since we posted about it.
Like can often be found on Ebay, a $100 Apple App Store & iTunes credit can be purchased for $85 (15% off).
Funds never expire until fully used.
The gift card is delivered by email.
It can be forwarded to anyone as a gift, and is non-transferable once someone redeems it on their iTunes account.