Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our partners at TechBargains , the Dealmaster is back with a big batch of deals to help you roll into the weekend with style. The top deal this week is pretty awesome: $50 off an Xbox One bundle and a free game! Your options for bundles are the 1TB Xbox with the new headphone jack-equipped controller , the 500GB Xbox with the Halo Master Chief Collection, and a few others.
The free game selection has some good ones in there, too. Just pick your bundle, add it to your cart, and scroll down on the next page to pick from games like Batman: Arkham Knight , The Elder Scrolls Online , Destiny , Titanfall , and more!
Laptops & Tablets
- Lenovo Y40-80 Core i7 BROADWELL 14in 1080p Laptop w/ 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD & Radeon R9 M275 4GB for $849.99 (list price $1099 – use code WSY407US625 ).
- Lenovo Flex 2 Intel Core i7-4510U 14in 1080p Convertible Touch Laptop for $599 (list price $799 – use code USPFX26872 ).
- Dell Inspiron 15 5000 i3-5005u Dual-Core 15.6″ Laptop for $379.99 (list price $449).
- Dell Latitude 15 3000 i7 Broadwell 15.6″ 1080p Laptop w/ 8GBM RAM & Nvidia 830m 2GB for $859.99 (list price $1370 – use code SAVE100 ).
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- Lenovo K450e Intel Core i7-4790 Quad-Core Desktop w/ 16GB RAM & 2TB HDD for $649 (list price $800 – use codes USK450E55 ).
- Lenovo ThinkServer TS440 Intel Xeon X3-1225v Quad-Core Server w/ 4GB RAM for $299.99 (list price $789).
- Dell Optiplex 3020 Intel Core i5-4590 Quad-Core Desktop w/ Win 7 Pro for $479.99 (list price $599 – use codes SAVE100 ).
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- Samsung UN40H5003 40″ LED HDTV + $125 Dell Gift Card for $327.99 (list price $429.99).
- LG 49UB8200 49″ 4K UHD LED Smart HDTV + $300 Dell Gift Card for $889.99 (list price $1299).
- LG 60″ 60LB5200 + LG 42″ 42LF5600 + $300 Dell Gift Card for $1100 (list price $1299).
- Samsung D3 Station 4TB USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive for $99.99 (list price $128).
- Western Digital 2TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive for $79.99 (list price $109).
- PNY Turbo 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $34.99 (list price $49.99).
- Loftek Ultraviolet LED Black Light Flashlight for $9.99 (list price $12.99 – use codes 9BRXSWHG ).
- MPow Grip Magnet Air Vent Mount Smartphone Holder for $5.99 (list price $7.99 – use codes KLQBNAWU ).
- Sony PS4 Move Motion Camera + $25 Dell Gift Card for $49.99 (list price $59).
- Oral-B Pro 1000 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush for $24 (list price $34 – Clip $10 coupon on page).
- Udemy Online Courses – Web Development, Programming, Business & MORE for $10 (list price $99.99 – use codes TECHBARGAINS1010 ).
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