Deals Of The Week Wednesday!

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We got some Deals!



*Grab yourself a Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm VR Lens for $630 PLUS Free Shipping From Best Buy. Regular Price: $1,399.99. Also get a free Shutterfly 8X8 Photo Book while supplies last. This is a really great deal, so get on it if you can! 





*Get Target Ticket Digital Movie Rentals for Free! Get a $5 credit by entering coupon XBOXRENTAL. Expires on 1/31/2015 and limited to 20,000 redemptions.



*Get the Acesori Four-Piece Smartphone Camera Kit with Three Lenses and Microfiber Cloth for $9.99 from Groupon. 





* Get a Chromecast FOR JUST $29.99 plus you get $20 Google Play Credit right now at Best Buy.





*Get a one-time $25 statement credit by using your enrolled AMEX Card to spend a total of $100 or more online at by 2/7/2015!



*Head on over to CowBoom and get 20% off Electronics, gaming & more with Coupon code SAVEMOOLA.  Promo Code cannot be applied to Deal of the Day Item or Best Buy item. Sale ends 11:59 PM CT 01/14. 



*Wanna take awesome pro photos of your creepy dolls? Get an Electric Avenue Deluxe Table Top Photo Studio Bundle for $34.99 from Groupon. 






*Right now at Best Buy you can get a pretty good deal on MacBooks.  Get the MacBook Air 13.3 ” 128GB for $849.99 ($150 off). If you have a .edu email address you can get a further $50 off, and with the Movers Coupon (found in Post Offices), get an ever further 10% off. BLING BLAU!






* Finally, here’s a deal that might help you out of your Verizon contract, if that’s something you’re interested in doing. It might not work, but it would certainly be worth a try. So. Verizon is increasing their administrative fee for all voice lines from $0.88 to $0.95. This apparently constitutes as a material change, since this fee is part of Verizon surcharges (not taxes). This means that you should be able to call Verizon to get out of your contract, without paying the early termination fee.


This has worked for some, not for others, and still others have received some kind of refund for the inconvenience ( $10-40). Give it a go if you’re looking to get out of your contract!