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July 23

Newegg Canada: Turtle Beach Ear Force X42 Now $80 + $10 GC

Posted by on July 23, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Newegg Canada: Turtle Beach Ear Force X42 Now $80 + $10 GC

Newegg Canada is selling the Turtle Beach Ear Force X42 Series Headset for just $79.99 with free shipping. That is 50% off the original retail value of $159.99. You will also receive a free $10 promotional gift card for Newegg.ca with your purchase.

Amazon Canada has this headset on sale for $99.99 with free shipping, which is $20 more and does not include a free gift card. Walmart.ca is selling the headset for $159.83 and The Source is selling the headset for $159.99. Newegg Canada’s price is not only the best, but the freebie makes it a sweet offer.

This headset features Dolby Surround Sound Speakers for a mind-blowing auditory experience. The earpieces are adjustable so you can get a good fit on your ears and enjoy the most incredible sound filtered into your ears from 360 degrees. The headset is wireless, no accidentally tripping on your headset wire or pulling your headset off when you gesture emphatically at the screen. The Turtle Beach headset also has ‘dynamic chat boost,’ making sure you can always hear your team mates while you play games. You can also monitor your own voice with the microphone monitor so you are not screaming at your mates when you get excited. There is no need to break any eardrums.

The headset is designed specifically for the Xbox 360, but would pair well with any console. It does require a digital optical cable hookup to either your Xbox or TV according to reviewers so make sure you have that input available.

Oddly enough, there is only one review for this headset on Newegg and it is negative. I checked over at Amazon because they have a larger pool of reviewers, and the reviews were quite positive over there. On Amazon Canada the Turtle Beach X42 has four 5-star reviews and three 4-star reviews.

Your promotional gift card will be issued four days after you are invoiced for your purchase. Promotional gift cards can only be redeemed online through Newegg.ca and they expire one year after being issued. You do not need to use the entire value all in one purchase, left over credit can be used for another purchase.

I own a Turtle Beach headset and it is very good. The microphone is far superior to many I have tried before and the sound quality is good for the price I paid. For a gaming headset, I have been happy with this brand.

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July 16

Newegg Canada: Over 70% off JBL Speakers

Posted by on July 16, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Newegg Canada: Over 70% off JBL Speakers

Newegg Canada is offering just over 70% off JBL Speakers for your home entertainment system.

I know a lot about headphones because I take most of my music directly: shot straight into my head. However, home speakers are rather outside my scope so bear with me on this post. Now, there are two speakers on sale for a good chunk of savings. First off, you have the JBL Studio 180 6.5″ 3-Way Floorstanding Speaker which was $349.99 and is on sale for $99.99 + $28.63 shipping. That shipping may seem a bit high, but as you are saving 71% on the speaker alone, and a speaker is a pretty big and heavy piece, I think it is worth it. This speaker boasts the following stats:

  • Frequency Response: (-3dB) 45Hz – 22kHz
  • Crossover Frequencies: 800Hz, 3.2kHz, 6dB/octave
  • 8 Ohms 200W
  • 89dB(2.83V@1m)

If anyone would like to chime in what that actually means, be my guest. The reviews on these speakers are mixed, with most the reviews being good with the occasional negative thrown in. The latest reviewer gave a quick rundown on the pros and cons according to him:

Pros: Well constructed cabinets and drivers. Very good low end and balanced by a bright high end that’s not shrill.

Cons: The speaker covers are kind of ugly, with the cheap plastic look.

For just a few more dollars, you can buy the JBL Studio 1 Series Studio 190 Home Audio Speaker Single, which was $449.99, for only $126.99 + $19.99 shipping. I have no idea why the shipping is cheaper on this model, but it does help to balance out the few extra dollars you are spending on the speaker. This speaker has the following stats:

  • Frequency Response: (-3dB) 40Hz – 22kHz
  • Crossover Frequencies: 800Hz, 3.2kHz, 6dB/octave
  • 8 Ohms 200W
  • 90 db @ 1 watt, 1 meter

Also, this speaker has far more favourable reviews with a near perfect 5/5 eggs. One gentleman has owned these for over a year and he said:

These 190′s did not disappoint! Crisp airy highs and thunderous lows with a fast attack that makes rock and modern music sizzle. Yet, put on some classical and the strings sound as if they are in the room with you – with all the texture of a live performance. Truly amazing. What’s even more amazing is that there must have been a break in period because they sound even better now.

At just over 70% off their original price, I figured this might be a good deal for any audiophiles out there.

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July 10

Newegg Canada: FujiFilm Finepix XP200 Camera only $239.99!

Posted by on July 10, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Newegg Canada: FujiFilm Finepix XP200 Camera only $239.99!

Be ready to capture all your fun family summer memories with the FujiFilm Finepix XP 200 Camera from Newegg.ca for only $239.99 (regularly 299.99)!

I’ll be the first to admit that sales named after sales that take place during other times of the year kind of tick me off.  Christmas in July and boxing week in July honestly just make me shake my head.  So Newegg’s Mid-Year Black Friday Event had me rolling my eyes a little bit.  Are we really that lost for creativity that we have to name an event in July after one in November?  How about hot summer sale?  Ok, rant over.  After I got past the annoying sale name, I was looking through the deals that are mostly on a whole bunch of gizmos and gadgets that I don’t understand and am not sure what I would do with.  But I did stumble on the great deal above for a FujiFilm Finepix XP200 camera, on sale for $239.99 (regularly $299.99).  Compared to what I found at The Source ($269.96 on sale) and from a secondary seller on Amazon.ca ($274.01), this is a nice price on a nice camera.

This camera is essentially everything-proof.  It has four way protection, making it waterproof to 50 feet, shockproof to 6.6 feet, freezeproof to 14 degrees F (minus 10 degrees C) and dustproof.  The pool, splash pad, beach, and pretty much anywhere else I could think of taking this camera have nothing on that four way protection!  I think this camera would be pretty perfect for beach vacations where being dropped, getting wet, and sand are major factors.

The camera features a 16.4 megapixel ½.3” CMOS, a 5X optical zoom lens, and full HD 1080P video recording capability.  There is a 3.0” LCD monitor that is treated with an anti-reflective coating which helps to see the screen even in bright sunlight.  The Fujifilm Finepix XP200 also offers wireless image transfer allowing you to transfer up to 30 photos at a time to smartphones.  You are also able to access your camera remotely from your smartphone or tablet.

The Fujifilm Finepix XP200 is available in both blue and yellow.  I really like the yellow one as I feel like I might have a better chance of finding it when I put it down in a “safe place” that I forget about almost immediately.

Shipping depends where you live, but for me it was around $7.

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July 4

Newegg Canada Promo Code: 10% Off Your Purchase

Posted by on July 4, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Newegg Canada Promo Code: 10% Off Your Purchase

Get 10% off your purchase (excluding marketplace, clearance, refurbished and open box items) at New Egg Canada with this promo code.

Click here to shop @ Newegg.ca now

  • Coupon Code:  DD10NE
  • Discount: 10% off
  • Expiry: 6th July 2014

While 10% doesn’t seem like a huge discount, I haven’t seen many coupons from New Egg that apply to almost everything on their site. Also, because items like electronics can be pricey, getting 10% off can really add up.

NewEgg has a Boxing Week in July sale going on right now, with up to 75% off select items. There are items available that aren’t part of the exclusions above, so it may really be worth your while to check out what is on sale, then add the 10% discount on top of that.

We are in the market for a streaming device for the second TV we just bought. My kids have stolen a hard drive I had with movies on it, so I’m looking for something else to watch movies with. While this Netgear NeoTv streaming player is the older model, it is a really great price and I couldn’t find it in stock anywhere else. It seems like it has everything I need and the newer model is at least $20 more on sale at Best Buy. This model is regularly priced at $79.99, on sale for $39.99, but add the coupon code and pay only $35.99.

Another really hot deal I found was on the Polk Audio PSW series powered subwoofer. This is a shell shocker deal, on for today only and the code is applicable to it. I price compared and found a huge variance in prices, even up to $750, but at NewEgg, you’ll get it for $206.99 after promo code, with a regular price of $599.95.

Shipping depends on the item, as some have free shipping, some have shipping charges of $7.99.

You’ll want to keep up to date on all NewEgg promo codes, and you can do that by visiting the forum regularly.

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June 25

Newegg Canada: Cuisinart Silver Waffle Maker Only $40

Posted by on June 25, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Newegg Canada: Cuisinart Silver Waffle Maker Only $40

Regularly $79.99, but for this week only, $39.99 with free shipping the Cuisinart WMR-CAC Silver Waffle Maker is a great addition to your kitchens small appliance lineup.

Do you like food that tastes good?  Do you like delicious food? Do you prefer easy to prepare meals? Do you on occasion eat one or more of the following meals, breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner?  Since I know you answered yes to everything so far, except of course brunch, which you only do on occasion, special occasion that is, let’s move on.  Do you own a waffle maker?  What, you don’t?!  They are too hard to clean you say, they are too expensive you say, they are only for breakfast you say and waffles are too hard to make you say.  Well I say au contraire, no no, waffles are easy to make, waffles are easy to clean up, and waffles are surprisingly versatile.

First, making your waffles you will need a batter this is not rocket science and you should have most if not all the ingredients already in your kitchen.  Here is a good basic recipe from this you can add your own personal touch.  What I like about this recipe is that you can save it covered in the fridge for up to a week.

Ok, you have made your batter, so simply plug in your waffle maker. With the Cuisinart WMR-CAC Silver Waffle Maker you have five browning options available to you from whether you prefer your waffles pale and doughy to toasty crispiness, Cuisinart recommends the middle setting number three.  Let the waffle maker heat up ,which is surprisingly quick, then ladle your batter in and close the lid, wait and voila yummy fresh warm goodness.

To clean your new Cuisinart waffle maker, unplug it and let it cool down.   The non-stick surface means you only need to brush away any leftover crumbs and with a paper towel sop up any grease left over.  Any harder to get remnants simply wet a cloth and gently wipe off.  No scrubbing no detergent needed, simple.

Now the fun part of having the ability to make waffles whenever you so desire is being able to use them in non-traditional ways.  The traditional way with whipped cream, chopped fruit, and chocolate sauce drizzled over is good but a little too sweet in my books to eat with any regularity.  Start slow with your waffle deviance and top them with peameal bacon and sunny side up eggs. Next, start adding things to the batter for a more savoury waffle your favourite herbs, chives and cheddar cheese.  Now, you are on the road to pulled pork waffle sandwiches, bbq chicken and maple syrup on your waffles and using your waffles as taco shells with hot sauce guacamole and the meat of your choice!  The combinations are endless, if you let yourself explore the dark side of waffles and life.

Photo credit: jpellgen

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June 14

(Xbox 360) Tomb Raider Game of the Year for $20 & Free $5 Gift Card & Free Shipping @ Newegg.ca!

Posted by on June 14, 2014 at 9:30 AM

(Xbox 360) Tomb Raider Game of the Year for $20 & Free $5 Gift Card & Free Shipping @ Newegg.ca!

On the fairly newish video game section on Newegg Canada, you can pick up a copy of Tomb Raider Game of the Year for the Xbox 360 for only $19.99, as well as free Canadian shipping to your home. Here are all the details:

As well as the great price for the game above, Newegg.ca will also send you a free $5 Newegg gift card with your purchase. From what I can garner from their website, you can then use this $5 gift card towards any future Newegg purchase. The freebie acts just like a regular gift card, there don’t appear to be any restrictions or minimum purchase amounts. So buy this game now… play it for a bit… then use your $5 towards the next game. (Xbox 360) Tomb Raider Game of the Year for $20 & Free $5 Gift Card & Free Shipping @ Newegg.ca!

Let’s price compare! Square Enix’s Tomb Raider, the Game of the Year edition for the Xbox 360 is currently showing up for $30 @ Walmart (in-store), $30 @ EB Games (in-store), $30 @ Gameshack, $30 @ Best Buy, $30 @ Future Shop, $30 from Shop.ca (but OOS), $30 @ Archambault. It seems to be around that price level at most stores.

I did also find it at $20 from Amazon.ca, but shipping is an extra $1.99. Of course, we all know that you get free shipping on Amazon orders of $25 or more, so you’d have to spend a bit more to get the game itself for the same price. Plus, there’s the fact that you don’t get the extra free gift card too.

What about the game itself, I hear you ask. Is it any good? Well, reviewers on Amazon.com had people saying that it was one of the best Lara Croft games they’d ever played. This game got a score of 9.1/10 from IGN – sweet.

It’s been a while since I’ve played any games from this big-bosomed heroine! I think that the last time I played with her was probably on the PC, maybe 15 years ago. I know that the Tomb Raider games were always more popular on consoles, I don’t think the controls translated well to the PC. When I was running around getting used to the ease of movement with games like Quake and Half Life, it always felt a bit hobbled to have limited console-like movements with Lara Croft.

Ever played this edition of Tomb Raider? Any good?

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June 12

New Egg Canada: Cuisinart Theatre Style Popcorn Maker Only $60

Posted by on June 12, 2014 at 2:30 PM

New Egg Canada: Cuisinart Theatre Style Popcorn Maker Only $60

New Egg has a totally fantastic deal on a Cuisinart theatre style popcorn maker, which is now only $59.99, with a regular price of $179.99. That’s a savings of $120!

Why You Need This

You just do. Ok, I need this! Perfect for any man cave, home theatre, basement or even for your kitchen, you no longer need to go to the movies when you have one of these for yourself. With 300 watts of power, you can make up to eight cups of popcorn in less than three minutes.

This machine is also somewhat portable and would be a huge hit at birthday parties, fun fairs and even camping. I was at a fun fair last night at my kid’s school and they sold popcorn from a machine just like this for $1 a bag. That is a huge markup considering what it costs to make, so this is a good investment for any school, preschool or non-profit that relies on fun events to make money. I don’t know many people who don’t like popcorn, except maybe those who can’t stand the kernels getting in your teeth, but those are the same people who don’t eat peanut butter because it sticks to the roof of their mouth. You just deal with the downsides of these delicious confections.

Price Comparisons

Other stores sell this unit for quite a bit more than it is sold here right now. Sears, for example, sells it for $129.99. Best Buy sells it for $119.99. Amazon sells it for $111.99. While none of them sell it for the Newegg regular price of $180, none come close to the sale price either. You are saving a minimum of $50 getting it at New Egg.

Shipping

It looks like this baby will ship to you for free, which is a sweet bonus on such a large item. I love free shipping!

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June 10

Newegg Canada: Microsoft Keyboard Only $7 & Free Shipping

Posted by on June 10, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Newegg Canada: Microsoft Keyboard Only $7 & Free Shipping

Newegg is having a flash shell shocker sale on the Microsoft 200 keyboard, now only $6.99, regularly $19.99.

There isn’t too much to say about this keyboard except that I have the exact same one. The keys are functional, normal and black. It also has a USB port, Windows start button and 10-key pad. It is simply a very affordable keyboard for your computer.

My thoughts are that even if you don’t need a new keyboard, you get this one (or up to three if this is your pleasure), as it will make a great back-up keyboard when the one you have inevitably has a problem. I’ve had a number of keyboards and something usually goes wrong with them – drinks spilled on them, something sticky inside them, letters rub off, keys fall off, or in a fit of rage you chuck it when your internet keeps going down. Ok, the last one has never happened, but I have thought of it when I’m trying to get my work done and my internet shuts off and on repeatedly. I do not recommend keyboard abuse though.

I also love that there is free shipping on this item, since there is not much worse than having a really hot deal for under $10, but free shipping is only available over $100 or it is more than the cost of the item.

I’m going to assume this deal won’t last long, so pull out your credit card and get to buying this before they sell out or the price goes back to $20.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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May 16

Newegg Promo Code: Free Shipping!

Posted by on May 16, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Newegg Promo Code: Free Shipping!

Here on Bargainmoose, there’s not much more that we really love to hear about than free shipping deals.  There have been quite a few lately, and here’s a free shipping coupon code to add to the tally – it’s from Newegg Canada, the computers and electronics retailer.

Click here to use the Newegg promo code online now

  • Coupon code: PAYPALCAFREE
  • Discount: Free shipping
  • Expires: 25th May 2014

I haven’t seen a really great Newegg coupon code like this in quite a while!

At the Newegg shopping cart, you must be signed in to see any promo codes, so sign in or create an account before you attempt to use the above Newegg promo code. Also, it’s a condition of use that you should pay with your Newegg shopping via Paypal too, as the code would seem to suggest.

There are so many items on site upon which you could use this promo code, so have a browse in case there is anything that you need. Let me show you some examples of items which I think are quite hot with the free shipping:

ASUS VS248H-P 24 Monitor was $189.99, now $169.99 with rebate & free shipping code. That’s actually a really super price on this Asus monitor. I price compared elsewhere and it’s much more expensive including shipping (these prices don’t yet include that aforementioned $20 rebate); $210 @ CanadaComputers, $231 @ Staples, $220 @ Futureshop, $230 @ NCIX, $239 @ MemoryExpress, $357 @ Amazon, $245 @ CDW.

Nikon COOLPIX S30 Pink 10.1 MP Camera (refurb) was $49.99 now $29.99 & free shipping. Because this camera is a refurb, we cannot really price compare elsewhere with justification (the silver model is $156 @ Amazon.ca). But if you’re looking for a little deal on a basic camera, perhaps as a gift for a young one, this could be ideal.

Toshiba 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive only $6.99 & free shipping. You can get 16Gb drives around this price elsewhere (say from $9 to $12), but the free shipping is really a deal sweetener.

Spotted any more good deals with free shipping? What will you buy?

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May 12

New Egg Canada: Up To 50% Off Video Games

Posted by on May 12, 2014 at 12:00 PM

New Egg Canada: Up To 50% Off Video Games

Get up to 50% off video games for various systems at New Egg right now.

I see some really great deals at this sale if you are looking for some new vids to fill your days. The games will also ship for free, which is a nice little bonus. Some games also have promotions to go along with them like, which make the deal that much better.

Madden NFL 25 for Xbox One is $10 off and now only $49.99, but it also gets you a $20 promotional gift card with your purchase. Nice deal!

Call of Duty: Ghosts for Xbox One is 50% off and now only $29.99, was $59.99. It also comes with a promotional gift card, but this time it is for $10.

Skylanders Swap Force starter pack for Xbox One is a great deal at 50% off. Now only $39.99, and was $74.99, this is the cheapest I’ve seen it for any system.

While it seems I’ve only blogged about Xbox One games, like I said every system has games on sale. I know my kids would love the Angry Birds Star Wars game for WiiU. It is now only $29.99, was $44.99.

It looks like a few games have already sold out, so if you see a game you want and its a good deal, don’t think on it, just get it.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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April 16

Beyond: Two Souls (PS3 Game) Only $29.99 & Free Shipping @ Newegg Canada Now

Posted by on April 16, 2014 at 10:27 AM

Beyond: Two Souls (PS3 Game) Only $29.99 & Free Shipping @ Newegg Canada Now

Guess what! Did you know that Newegg.ca sold video games? No? Well, now you do! And there are some good prices thereon… such as this deal on Beyond: Two Souls for the Playstation 3. Regular price on this game was $59.99, and you can get it for only $29.99 with free shipping at Newegg Canada right now.

I’ve done a price comparison on this title, and Newegg’s price is very competitive. For example, Beyond: Two Souls is $58.99 at Costco, $59.96 at Walmart, $59.99 at Futureshop, and $59.99 at EB Games. I did find it for only $28.99 via Videogamesplus on Amazon, but there was an extra $4.99 shipping fee, making a total of $33.98… with Newegg still having the best price by a good 12% lower than that.

I haven’t played this game myself, so I don’t know a lot about the gameplay. Have you played it? I’ve also been googling for reviews to see what the game is like. On Metacritic (which is a great aggregator for gaming reviews), Beyond: Two Souls gets a final score of 70/100 from nearly 100 different critics’ ratings. That’s a decent score. Users scored it higher, at 81%. Pretty good!

When I find a good deal on something like this, I often think about buying the game and putting it away as a birthday or Christmas present for one of my older nephews. They’re all PS3 addicts. Beyond: Two Souls (PS3 Game) Only $29.99 & Free Shipping @ Newegg Canada Now

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April 10

New Egg Canada: Fagor Slow Juicer Only $99 (Was $199)

Posted by on April 10, 2014 at 6:00 PM

New Egg Canada: Fagor Slow Juicer Only $99 (Was $199)

Save 50% on the Fagor slow juicer from New Egg, now only $99, was $199.

Juicing is a great way to get healthy. It is fast, easy and can be affordable. The Fagor slow juicer has a two-step process, which extracts the most juice from your food. On top of this it uses less energy than most juicers, which reduces your carbon footprint in the process. Alternatively, you can squeeze the juice yourself to make it completely carbon-neutral, but good luck getting all that carrot juice out of your carrot!

I have a juicer and find it an easy way to sneak veggies into my kids. I buy organic fruits and veggies also, so I know they are getting the freshest and most quality juice, unlike that carton of Tropicana that has been sitting in a silo for up to a year (seriously, I read this somewhere).

My question here was what is the difference between a slow juicer and a regular juicer. The answer is that slow juicing has no oxidation or separation, which means it preserves the nutrients closer to the natural state.

I didn’t see any other Canadian stores selling this juicer, but in the States Walmart sells it for $159 on rollback and Home Depot sells it for $199. Both of these prices are in USD as well, so you can see the New Egg price is a good one.

Shipping is an additional $6.99.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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March 14

Newegg Canada Pot Of Gold Deals: Up To 73% Off Select Electronics, Software, Parts, etc.

Posted by on March 14, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Newegg Canada Pot Of Gold Deals: Up To 73% Off Select Electronics, Software, Parts, etc.

As luck would have it, Newegg Canada in celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with their Pot of Gold deals filled with major discounts on plenty of items from categories like: desktops, laptops, televisions, digital cameras, computer parts, smartphones, and many more!

With tax season already in full swing, I bet some of you moosers have been looking for a good deal on tax software and Newegg’s 33% discount on Intuit Turbotax basis TY13 may be just what you need. Originally priced at $29.99, it’s currently on sale for just $19.99, which is a fantastic price considering it’s $39.99 on TurboTax‘s own website.

For those of you who specialize in computers or know someone who does, then the Rosewill 45-pc premium computer tool kit is also currently on sale for $16.99 (reg. $29.99). With a little over 1700 reviews, it has actually garnered a resounding consensus of 5 stars out of 5 with reviews like:

It included all the tools I needed for my new PC build. I never had dedicated tools for the task and this was it! I also was able to use some of the extra screws from the kit for my build.

There are plenty more products to choose from though, such as the Nikon COOLPIX p500 digital camera, on sale for $129.95 (reg. $229.95), and which features 36x optical zoom, 12.75 MP camera and full HD 1080 video recording. Although it’s refurbished, it’s still a major steal of a deal especially since on Amazon, this same camera (although non-refurbished) is currently priced as high as $527.92.

Plus, refurbished isn’t anything to be scared of. It simply means that a certain part may have been replaced within the item or the product may have been returned because of a dent in the original box. Either way, you can rest assured knowing that the product has been well tested and anyways, you really can’t go wrong at that price!

Shipping fees vary per product.

(Expiry: 17th March 2014)

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March 9

eBay Canada: Up to 50% Off Tech at Newegg Canada

Posted by on March 9, 2014 at 10:30 PM

eBay Canada: Up to 50% Off Tech at Newegg Canada

Newegg’s eBay store is offering up to 50% off tech currently. This is a sale that you might want to browse if you are in the market for a new laptop, headset, or other electronic device.

If you need a new computer you might want to consider this ASUS S400CA-SI30305S 14″ Ultrabook Black on sale from $599.99 down to $389.99 with free shipping. It is a manufacturer refurbished unit that comes with a 500GB 5400RPM hard drive + 24GB SSD Cache for plenty of space.

Newegg Canada is also selling this Patriot LX Series 64GB Class 10 Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) Flash Card for only $29.99 (originally $49.99) with $4.99 shipping. I found the same card from a secondary seller on Amazon for around $60 including shipping. The Class 10 will give you the speed you need for your DSLR cameras and 64GB gives you plenty of space for large file sizes.

Check out these and other deals during Newegg Canada’s sale on eBay Canada. Shipping depends on the product and ranges from free to a few dollars from what I saw.

(Expiry: 16th March 2014)

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February 19

NewEgg Canada Marketplace: Free Shipping on Watches, Clothing, Sunglasses & More

Posted by on February 19, 2014 at 5:30 PM

NewEgg Canada Marketplace: Free Shipping on Watches, Clothing, Sunglasses & More

Get free shipping on a bunch of great items from all sorts of vendors in NewEgg Canada’s Marketplace!

NewEgg Canada Marketplace is still sort of new so I’ll give you a quick heads up on what it is. Basically it lets vendors sell their wares on NewEgg Canada’s site. The vendor doesn’t have to set up their own eCommerce and fulfillment solution, NewEgg does it for them.

NewEgg is known for their electronics and computer gear but the Marketplace is for anything. You can sell watches, makeup, jewelry, clothes and yes, even electronics. If NewEgg isn’t normally a website you’d look at, NewEgg Marketplace might be. For the most part, the Marketplace doesn’t interest me personally. There is a bit of electronic/computer gear and some tools (I really need a new drill…) but it seems to mostly be fashion items named after people I don’t know. If Borsa Lea, Michael Kors, VOLO, A Julian or Yves Saint Laurent mean anything to you, you’re in the right place.

And of course we have free shipping on a bunch of stuff. Nothing stings quite like finding a great deal or the perfect item only to have a big shipping cost slapped on it. Keep in mind that this does not apply to all items in the Marketplace nor does it apply to the main NewEgg store.

(Expires: 3rd March 2014)

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