Morning tech deals highlights

Galaga Legions – Amazon will sell you Galaga Legions for $5 by sending you a code that can be redeemed on Xbox Live. Very glad to see price competition start hitting online gaming outlets. [Slickdeals]

Xbox 360 – While we’re on the subject, Dell Home is selling an Xbox 360 Pro with a 60GB hard drive (and 512MB RAM!) for $250, shipped. [Dealhack]

Hydration Pack – High Sierra Wave Hydration Pack (like a CamelBak) for $20, shipped, from REI. [Dealoco]

Parking Sensor – Easy Park Garage Parking Sensor for $12, shipped. Your grandmother will thank you. [Dealoco]

BJ’s Wholesale Membership – Free two-month pass with full privileges to BJ’s Wholesale Club. I’ve never been to a BJ’s, but as I’m currently living it up with my new Costco membership, I’m enamored with the concept at the moment. [Dealnews]

Unlocked iPhone – Unlocked iPhone 3G for $800. For a model that is almost certainly going to be supplanted in June/July, that seems really high, even accounting for a carrier subsidy, etc. [Dealnews]

iPod Nano – Apple iPod nano 8GB (refurb) for $100, shipped; 16GB for $150. [Dealnews]

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2 Responses to Morning tech deals highlights

  1. Toplus says:

    It would be SOOOO great if somebody could post these tech deals for the UK…

  2. Anonymous says:

    BJ’s needs to make these offers… it isn’t as good a store as Costco or Sam’s Club. Merchandise quality is definitely a notch lower, in my experience.

    And I have moral qualms about Sam’s Club given their Walmart connection. So Costco wins for me.

    Your milage will, of course, vary.

    (I miss the days when credit unions and the like were encouraged to buy large-group memberships so we didn’t have to pay the membership fee. Without that fee, it was worthwhile even for singles; with the yearly surcharge they’re all marginal unless you’re buying for a family.)

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