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October 22

Newegg Canada: Digital Games Sale – Save Up To 70% On Square Enix Titles

Posted by on October 22, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Newegg Canada: Digital Games Sale   Save Up To 70% On Square Enix Titles

Newegg is currently having a digital games sale, which should please PC Steam users. Right now, you can save up to 70% on a deep selection of Square Enix titles, which includes familiar games like Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light ($2.99 - was $9.99), Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut ($6.99 – was $19.99), and  Sleeping Dogs ($6.99 – was $19.99). What’s great about purchasing digital games is the fact that you can play the games that you bought shortly after purchasing them! This sale is on until October 24th, so take advantage of these sales while you can.

This is one sweet sale from Newegg. From Tomb Raider to Kain & Lynch, there are plenty of familiar franchises that you can find here. Some other great games that are worth checking out here include Thief ($10.49 – was $29.99), Tomb Raider: Anniversary ($3.14 - was $8.99), and Hitman Absolution Professional Edition ($10.49 – was $29.99).

Seeing a good mix of older and new games in this sale started to make me feel a little nostalgic. I first played Tomb Raider on a demo disc for the Playstation 1. Remember how awesome those PS1 demo discs were? They would be packed with tons of playable demos, so you would be able to try out a myriad of different games before you purchased them. Anyways, when I first tried out Tomb Raider (it was Tomb Raider 2), I thought the controls were slightly clunky and unresponsive, but it was still a cool game. The newer Tomb Raider games thankfully have much better controls, and look fantastic, too!

Hitman Absolution Professional Edition usually sells for $29.99 on Amazon’s American website. Listed below is a brief review of this game from a satisfied Amazon customer:

I gave it a 5 out of 5 stars because it is a game with an interesting story line, many ways to fulfill objectives, and has plenty of replay-ability. I usually steer away from 1 player games because I like the dynamics of playing against human opponents. With this Hitman I have gone back and tried new ways of taking down enemies and used different locations to draw or distract my victims.

If you enjoy playing PC games, and you’re a fan of Square Enix, then do yourself a favour and check out this deal. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 24th October 2014)

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October 17

Newegg Coupon Code: 10% Discount!

Posted by on October 17, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Newegg Coupon Code: 10% Discount!

Though Avigayil mentioned this coupon code in her Newegg post yesterday when she was writing about the hot deal on the  (now expired) external battery, I think this 10% Newegg coupon code should be highlighted in a post of its own. It’s VERY rare to see a coupon code which works on almost everything site-wide at Newegg, for an extra discount!

Click here to use the Newegg coupon code online now

  • Coupon Code: NEWEGG5TH
  • Discount: 10% off
  • Expires: 20th October 2014

The above coupon code should work on almost everything on site, but you can only claim a maximum discount of $25 on your order. They’ve set that limit on the coupon code. It’s to celebrate the Newegg anniversary sale – their 5th anniversary.

Newegg has a whole section here dedicated to some discount deals on the refurbished electronics. However, I tested the 10% coupon code out on a few of the items and it didn’t seem to work. The coupon code may not apply to refurbs but I couldn’t find any specific terms and conditions to confirm this detail.

If the coupon code doesn’t apply to something, you will see this message in your cart:

ERROR There is an issue with promo code NEWEGG5TH. Please check promo code again or contact customer service.

It doesn’t mean something is wrong with your order or with the promo code, it just means the items isn’t eligible for a discount.

Back in September, Margarita mentioned the deal on Newegg Premier – this is their free shipping service. If you signup to Newegg Premier, you can get a free 30 day trial, in which everything will be shipped to your for free. If you choose to continue with the plan, it costs $59.99 per year and almost everything on site will be shipped to you for free. If you’re a regular buyer from Newegg.ca, this is definitely worth considering. And even if you’re not that regular of a buyer, you could take the 30 day trial when you’re placing your order to save on those shipping fees. They can be quite high on some items, so free shipping is a super bonus.

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October 16

Newegg Canada Coupon: Anker 12000mAh External Battery Just $34 + $6 Shipping (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 16, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Newegg Canada Coupon: Anker 12000mAh External Battery Just $34 + $6 Shipping (EXPIRED)

I have mentioned my love for external batteries before as they are absolute lifesavers. Newegg Canada currently has a wicked deal on this Anker 2nd Gen Astro3 12000mAh Power Bank External Battery Charger with PowerIQ Technology. Originally $52.99, the battery is on sale for $37.99. However, if you use Newegg’s new coupon code NEWEGG5TH for 10% off, the battery comes down to just $34.19 + $5.99 for shipping.

Now, I know you are eying up that shipping price and wondering if you really have to pay it. There are two ways you can get out of paying shipping and thus get the external battery for cheaper.

  1. If you live near Mississauga Ontario, you can pick up your order at their warehouse.
  2. Sign up for the 30-day free trial of Newegg Premier and receive shipping free.

There you go, you could hypothetically get this battery for $34 and free shipping if you choose one of the above options. If I did not already own two Anker batteries, I would be signing up for that free trial right now and ordering myself this one.

The sale price is only on the white colour as black is still full price. I price compared with Amazon.ca who sells them for $53.99 right now. Even with paying shipping, you are saving $14 on the price of this external battery charger. Honestly, to get 12000mAh for around $40 is incredible. Unlike cheap battery chargers that lose around 35% capacity, Anker batteries have been tested to only lose around 15 – 20% over time.

I have a 13000mAh external battery from Anker and I LOVE it. It is the first thing I pack when I leave on a trip because it is the most vital thing I am bringing. Need a map? GPS? To call 911? This battery pack has your back.

Now, the coupon code above will work on almost anything on the Newegg website. It is rare that we find a coupon code from Newegg without a minimum purchase requirement so please take full advantage of this. You will not see another coupon like it from them for some time. I highly recommend you also buy the Anker 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger in either black or white for just $22.49 after coupon and discounts (originally $49.99) plus $5.99 shipping. Amazon Canada sells those for $35.99 right now. I own one and it is very useful.

For this and any future Newegg coupon codes, visit our forum.

(Code expires 20th October 2014)

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October 13

Newegg Canada: MSI Primo 81 Android Tablet With 7.85″ Touchscreen Quad-core CPU | Was $190 Now $70 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 13, 2014 at 11:31 AM

Newegg Canada: MSI Primo 81 Android Tablet With 7.85 Touchscreen Quad core CPU | Was $190 Now $70 (EXPIRED)

If you’re looking for a tablet device that won’t break the bank, then you need to check out this deal! For a limited time, Newegg has slashed the price on their MSI Primo 81 Android Tablet With 7.85″ Touchscreen Quad-core CPU. Previously retailing for $189.99, you can now purchase this tablet for just $69.99 (plus $7.99 shipping). Wow!

The MSI Primo 81 Android Tablet With 7.85″ Touchscreen Quad-core CPU has 1GB of DDR3 RAM, 16GB of flash memory, and it uses Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. With its 7.85″ touchscreen, you can enjoy a 1024 x 768 resolution on this tablet. You can learn more technical details about this tablet by clicking on the link above.

You can use a tablet for many great things. If you love eBooks, then you could read plenty of them on this tablet comfortably, thanks to the decent size of its screen. I read plenty of eBooks, so if I didn’t already own an iPad Mini, I would have totally bought this tablet for $69.99.

You can also browse the internet with this MSI Primo 81 Android Tablet. It’s a great device that can allow you to quickly check your emails, browse Facebook, and even view some videos on Youtube or Netflix. Yes, you can download plenty of free Android apps with this tablet, so the possibilities are endless!

This MSI Primo 81 Android Tablet currently costs $175.61 on Amazon. Listed below is a brief review of this tablet from a satisfied Newegg customer:

This is a good looking tablet and a great value for the price. I mean c’mon, the price is extremely good for a good quality build android device. The size is perfect, can even fit in my jacket pocket. Beautiful screen and responsive touch – I am a happy camper.

This may not be in stock for very long, so check out this deal while it’s still available. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 8

Newegg Canada Coupon Code: Save $10 On Rosewill Windows Infrared Remote Control with Learning Function | Was $40 Now $20

Posted by on October 8, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Newegg Canada Coupon Code: Save $10 On Rosewill Windows Infrared Remote Control with Learning Function | Was $40 Now $20

Today’s deal at Newegg is pretty impressive. For a limited time, you can get a Rosewill RHRC-11001 Windows Infrared Remote Control With Learning Function for $19.99 (plus $5.99 shipping) with the much-helpful assistance of a coupon code! It’s $29.99 without the coupon code, which allows you to save an extra $10, bringing the price down to $19.99. Normally $39.99, this special remote for Windows PCs currently costs $46.14 on Amazon.

Click here to check out this deal @ Newegg.ca now

  • Coupon Code: 107CAHGRM02
  • Discount: $10 off
  • Expiry: 13th October 2014

The Rosewill RHRC-11001 Windows Infrared Remote Control With Learning Function is compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 7 MCE and Windows 8 MCE. You can use this remote for your Windows Media Centre compatible PCs! Instead of fumbling with your mouse and keyboard when watching movies or playing music, you can sit back and rely on your remote! Just click here to learn more about this remote.

This is a handy device that can really be convenient for many occasions. For example, if you’re throwing a party, you can use the remote to skip tracks if you hooked up your Windows Media Centre laptop to your stereo system (it’s much better than the awkward alternative of running up to your laptop and using the trackpad).

I’m considering this purchase, since I don’t currently have a remote for my laptop. It would really make it easier for me to watch shows on my laptop while sitting on something that’s more comfortable than a computer chair!

I’ve included a brief review of this Rosewill RHRC-11001 Windows Infrared Remote Control With Learning Function from an Amazon customer below:

It’s doing it’s job with little issues. Can be a bit difficult in the dark as the buttons are not backlit and the button size and shape does not quite do enough to overcome the lack of backlighting. But still, I don’t regret the purchase.

Check out this deal before it’s gone! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 13th October 2014)

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September 24

Newegg Canada: Seiki 50″ 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV | Was $1000 Now $680 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on September 24, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Newegg Canada: Seiki 50 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV | Was $1000 Now $680 (EXPIRED)

If you’re looking to join the 4K revolution at an affordable price, then this deal will certainly get your attention! At Newegg, you can get a Seiki 50″ 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV for just $679.99 – that’s $320 off of the regular price of $999.99! This order also qualifies for free shipping, which is a very nice bonus!

The Seiki 50″ 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV is equipped with 3 HDMI inputs, a built-in 4K upscaler, and it has a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160 (1080p televisions output a maximum of 1900 x 1080). With a 4K blu ray player and 4K compatible movies, this TV will knock your socks off!

4K televisions are all the rage right now – after all, it’s the latest and greatest type of luxury TV viewing that’s out there! If you go into a Best Buy or Future Shop location and see a 4K TV on display, it just might blow you away – the quality is so intricately detailed and crystal clear that it simply has to be seen to be believed!

Even though Seiki isn’t exactly a name brand like Sony or Samsung, I’m finding it very hard to keep myself from using my credit card on this 4K TV set! Finding this particular TV in Canada is a challenge, but I did find that it’s on Amazon’s American website for $999.99 US. I’ve included a snippet of a review from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

Although it’s cheap this is one of the best TVs I have owned… Tested 4k on my PC and it looks gorgeous. Not saying this is the best TV out there but for the price, it is very impressive. Very happy with my purchase.

If the brand of your 4K TV doesn’t really matter, and you want to get a great deal on the latest innovation for televisions, then this deal should definitely satisfy your needs. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 17

Weekly Contest Roundup: Photo Shoots, Shopping Sprees & Getting Glam

Posted by on September 17, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Weekly Contest Roundup: Photo Shoots, Shopping Sprees & Getting Glam

I was away last week and missed getting you the contest roundup. Did you miss me? I hope so! This week we have some very unique contests, and lots of them are as easy as taking a photo.

Pur Minerals - Win $450 in Eva NYC and Pur Minerals merch with a simply entry on Facebook. (expiry: 19th September 2014)

Yummy Mummy & NewEgg - Win a blood pressure monitor to keep your health in check at home! (expiry: 26th September 2014)

JYSK - Win the What the JYSK? contest by snapping a JYSK item in your space and sharing it on Instagram. I love contests like this! You could win a shopping spree, and who doesn’t love those? (expiry: 30th September 2014)

Homesense – This one excites me like no other. Simply choose which style you like better for your chance to win a $2500 Homesense gift card! Imagine the damage I could do in a store like that with that gift card! (expiry: 20th October 2014)

Sportsman’s Guide – Live it and share it is what they say, and you could win up to a $2000 gift card for this contest. (expiry: November)

Garage - Take the challenges they present you with, which are pretty freaking easy and fun, and you’ll get a chance to win this contest. (expiry: 31st October 2014)

Retro Glam – Share on your social media for a chance to win a $100 gift card for this glamorous store. (expiry: unknown)

Blame Betty - Win a $100 gift card for this store with your entry on Facebook. (expiry: unknown)

Fluevog - Win a Martone bicycle and a pair of Fluevogs in this very cool contest. (expiry: 6th October 2014)

Thyme Maternity - Take a bumpfie (selfie of your bump – love it!) and you could win this modelling contest from Thyme. You’ll get a chance to win a model photo shoot in Montreal.

So Bargainmoosers, what contest do you want to win??

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September 10

Newegg Canada: Panda Portable Countertop Washing Machine Now $100 + Free Shipping

Posted by on September 10, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Newegg Canada: Panda Portable Countertop Washing Machine Now $100 + Free Shipping

Newegg Canada has some cool things once in a while, but this one takes the cake in my books of functionality and form. Pick up a brand new Panda Portable Mini Compact Countertop Washing Machine Washer for just $99.99 (was $139.99) with free shipping to most urban sprawls around Canada.

I did a little price comparing and I say a little because this unit is not widely available. I found it for $119.99 + $15 shipping from Panda through Amazon.ca. I also found this unit sold on eBay for $89.99 US + $25US shipping = $114.99US, which translates across to approximately $126 CAN with the current exchange rate. More than 1,111 units have sold on eBay so let us just say that this little machine is popular! However, Newegg Canada certainly has the best price.

This is a mini washing machine. It can handle 5.5 lbs of clothing. Just plug it in, fill with laundry, add soap and water, close the lid, and set your timer. There is no spin dry cycle, but ringing clothes out by hand never hurt anyone. Your mini washer will also need access to drainage for the ‘drain hose’ so a bathtub, sink, or patch of grass (use natural soap please) is necessary.

Here is a review I thought would give you some additional insight:

I tried my compact washer today. It was perfect! I found it’s easier to put it in the bathtub, because it has a handle on a back & it can be tilted to fill it with water from bathtub tap. So I didn’t use the hose. Rinsing was easy: tilt using a handle, fill it with clean water, 3 min rinse, drain, repeat. It was a bit more noisy when I put it in the bathtub & when I poured more water. Nothing excessive though. Clothes came fresh, clean & surprisingly soft (even without fabric softener.) Only regret I had:”Why didn’t I buy this washer long time ago!

This is an alternative to shoveling coins in a laundry mat and sitting atop the washing machine (generally frowned upon) while waiting for your clothes to be washed. This little washing machine may only take mini loads, but over time, it will save you a bundle of not just money but time. I wish I had known about this when I was single and lived on my own… every load of laundry cost me $4 in my building. I would have much rather bought a mini washer and hung my clothes to dry. At least then I would have something to show for my money. This fantastic little washer is also great for dorms, traveling, and camping (if you have electricity).

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 7

Try Newegg Canada Premier Free For 30-Days (Reg. $60)

Posted by on September 7, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Try Newegg Canada Premier Free For 30 Days (Reg. $60)

For a limited time, you can try Newegg Premier free for 30 days. This feature is usually $59.99 per year, so for any of you that are frequent customers of Newegg, this is definitely one freebie that you’re going to want to take advantage of ASAP as you never know when it might expire.

There are 6 benefits to subscribing to Newegg Premier:

  • Free ground shipping & returns
  • Dedicated customer service
  • Special deals
  • Special alerts
  • No restocking fee

Just the free shipping offer alone is enough to make me want to not only try Newegg Premier for free but also to subscribe for a year. There have been countless times that certain shipping fees have deterred me from buying something and it would be great if I didn’t even have to think about whether paying those fees is worth it or not!

Even if you don’t plan on subscribing to the yearly membership after your free trial is up, this is still a tremendously great freebie to take advantage of, especially if you have been eyeing a particular item or two… or three Try Newegg Canada Premier Free For 30 Days (Reg. $60) ! In fact, Newegg’s Back To School Sale is now on and there are plenty items to save on with up to 80% off. I spotted the Razer Naga mmo gaming mouse on sale for $59.99 (reg. $74.99). I have actually been a Razer fan for years now with my first being the DeathAdder and my current one being the Razer Naga. Sadly, I had to get a new one after my kitten chewed the DeathAdder’s wire, but that’s a whole ‘nother story! In any case, Razer mice are absolutely amazing as they are durable, are extremely precise and for all of you gamers out there, also offers the best responsiveness.

Just make sure to cancel your membership before the 30 days are up, otherwise it will automatically switch to the paid service. Even at $59.99 per year, it’s well worth it as it comes down to just $5 per month. It’s definitely a small price to pay for all of the perks, especially the ones concerning deals. Hot deals sell out fast, but with Newegg Premier, you will be alerted of the best deals before anyone else and will even be offered special deals that average customers wouldn’t be privy to.

Moosers, what do you think of Newegg Premier? Will you be trying it out for free?

(Image Credit: Brian Littmann)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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August 29

Newegg Canada: Combat Creatures Battling Spider Robot – Now $50

Posted by on August 29, 2014 at 9:00 PM

Newegg Canada: Combat Creatures Battling Spider Robot   Now $50I found a funky toy during the Newegg Canada Labour Day sale. This Combat Creatures Attacknid Stealth Stryder Battling Spider Toy Robot with App-Controlled Battle Brain and Dart Blaster is on sale for just $49.96, down from the original retail price of $199.99. Best of all, the toy spider robot comes with free shipping.

I price compared this toy with a few other places to make sure that you were getting the best deal from Newegg Canada. The Combat Creatures Attacknid Spider Toy Robot is $74.99 at Amazon Canada and $89.99 at Shop.ca. Newegg beats the nearest competitor by $25, so I consider this deal pretty good.

So what IS this thing? Well, it is a robot in the shape of a spider with sex legs and a dart gun mounted on the top for battling your friends or scaring your cat. You control both the robot and the dart blaster via an app you install on your smartphone. The app communicates with the robot via Bluetooth. The app can be downloaded for free on iOS 4.3 and Android 4.0 or later devices.

This robot is so cool it hurts! The head rotates a full 360 degrees, so you can never be caught from behind without being able to rotate around to face your opponent. The dart blaster can fire 12 darts up to 35 feet. However, take three darts directly in the battle brain and you are disabled! The darts can also blast combat armour off the legs with direct hits, and other cool stuff. This is certainly a toy that you want two or more of in your house for ultimate duels.

I checked out the reviews on Amazon Canada, and this one caught my eye as being a fair assessment:

There are a few mechanical things to work out. The armoring can be finicky and you need to be careful when replacing the cylinder. Also putting the stickers on was more hassle than fun. A little more practice and the mischief is legendary. It scares the crap out of my cats but all in good fun.

I think my cat would be quite entertained; maybe a little annoyed but certainly get a lot of exercise with this robot in the house. I would have to be careful with the ammunition though as Mr. Ghost would try to eat it.

This toy looks like a lot of fun; let me know if you pick one up!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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August 26

Bitcoin & Newegg.ca Deal: Get $75 off $300 / Get $150 Off $500 – UPDATED & NOW ACTIVE

Posted by on August 26, 2014 at 12:13 PM

Bitcoin & Newegg.ca Deal: Get $75 off $300 / Get $150 Off $500   UPDATED & NOW ACTIVE

Upcoming deal alert according to Newsbtc – here’s a stonking discount amount when you pay with Bitcoin online @ Newegg.ca! When you use the promo code below, you can save either $75 on a $300 spend, or $150 on a $500 spend. That’s a really high discount amount!

Click here to use this Newegg.ca coupon code

  • Coupon Code: BITCOINDEALCA <<< now working
  • Discount: $75 off $300 | $150 off $500
  • Expires: 1st September 2014

Now, when I test the above coupon code, it currently says:

Error The promo code BITCOINDEAL is not active yet. Please check the program details for activation dates.

The promotion was only due to start today, so I am not quite sure how it is supposed to work yet. There is an option to pay with Bitcoin towards the last stage of checkout… but the promo code does not yet seem to be active. UPDATE – there is a different coupon code for Canada – see above! The promotion is now live.

This page on Newegg tells you exactly how to checkout using Bitcoin.

If you were planning on making a purchase on Newegg.ca and you happen to have some cash saved in your Bitcoin wallet – save it until we get the full working promo in action.

I am not a Bitcoin user so I am not 100% au fait with the nomenclature here – please comment below if you think this would work. Instead of paying with your credit card at Newegg, get a Bitcoin wallet, top it up with those funds and then use that to spend on Newegg, utilising the above discount code as you do so (once it becomes active).

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August 22

NewEgg Canada Promo Code: 23″ Monitor Now Only $144.99 (Expired)

Posted by on August 22, 2014 at 1:00 PM

NewEgg Canada Promo Code: 23 Monitor Now Only $144.99 (Expired)

A touchscreen monitor to join your Windows 8.1-equipped desktop system? Yes, please! On top of Newegg’s already great deal for this 23” touchscreen monitor that slashes 43% off of the regular price to $199.99, you can use the coupon code to save another $55! With this useful coupon code, you can get this 23” touchscreen monitor for only $144.99.While Newegg is promoting another coupon code on their site, that will only help you save $50, compared to the $55 that you can save with the one we are giving you. This is why we like to look out for our fellow Bargainmoosers!

Click here to check out this deal @ Newegg.ca now

  • Coupon Code: TOUCHEXTRA
  • Discount: $55 off
  • Expiry: 26th August 2014

The Hanns-G HT231DPBU Black 23″ Touchscreen Monitor with built-in speakers  normally costs $349.99 on Newegg, while it rings in at $219.99 at Canada Computers, and costs $224.47 at Ashlin Technology Solutions. Though you’ll have to input your postal code to find out how much shipping will cost you for this deal at Newegg, it typically ends up being $9.99 for ground shipping to a Canadian address.

When I first checked out a touchscreen monitor at a retail location several months ago, I was blown away. I didn’t think it would captivate me very much, since most smartphones on the market at this time have touchscreen capabilities. However, you don’t know just how handy a touchscreen interface on a desktop computer can be, until you use one that’s equipped with Windows 8.1. Everyday tasks become that much easier to accomplish, and it certainly attracts attention! At least that was the case when I found myself playing Fruit Ninja on a touchscreen monitor at a retail location, and a small crowd gathered behind me (most likely shaking their head at my now-rusty video game skills).

Here’s what some Newegg customers had to say about the Hanns-G HT231DPBU Black 23″ Touchscreen Monitor:

Pros: Great size. I ordered 2 because of the price and I wanted 2 monitors. I got them and was almost shocked by how big they were. like they were seriously BIG! still very thin however, which I really like. very responsive, great picture. True 1080p is hard to complain about.

Cons: Why is there still D-SUB or VGA on anything? add an HDMI to this thing. On the side by the display inputs it says HDMI optional, but no port. PUT ONE IN AND GET RID OF D-SUB!!! Stand is a little flimsy, but it doesn’t raise any concerns over stability.

Other Thoughts: DVI input solves some of the issues for the display inputs.

Check for more NewEgg coupon codes in the Bargainmoose forum.

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August 20

NewEgg Canada: Compact Refrigerator Only $70 (Expired)

Posted by on August 20, 2014 at 3:00 PM

NewEgg Canada: Compact Refrigerator Only $70 (Expired)

If you’re looking for a convenient way to keep your food and drinks chilled, this compact refrigerator can certainly help accommodate your needs! Now that we’re still enjoying the summer season, this 1.7 cu. ft. compact fridge can be especially handy during some of these humid days. Today’s deal from Newegg.ca allows you to save $80 off of the regular price of this Midea MRS180B 1.7 cu ft. Compact Refrigerator, and today you can get it for only $69.99- a 53% savings!

The Midea compact refrigerator is black, sleek, and  small enough to fit in many areas (its dimensions are 19.4h x 18.6w x 17.7 d.) At Newegg.ca, you can get it shipped to you for only $9.99!

If you’re looking for an efficient fridge that can easily fit on your desktop, in your garage, in your office, or even in your basement, then this is the perfect solution for you!

Better yet, just imagine this scenario: You suddenly wake up at 3 A.M., and you’re incredibly hot and thirsty. After convincing yourself that you’ll get back to sleep after having some water, you unfortunately realize that you just don’t have the energy to go down the stairs and into the kitchen to pour yourself a glass of H20. If you had this Midea compact refrigerator conveniently placed in your room, this scenario wouldn’t even be an issue for you- after all, you’d be able to simply take a few steps in your room to enjoy a nice, chilled drink in the middle of the night.

Personally, I know I love having a fridge in my bedroom, and I know you all would, too- especially since it’s so compact. The Midea compact refrigerator hums along nice and quietly, since it’s energy-efficient. It can also be a great addition to any college dorm!

At only $70, this is especially a great deal when comparing the price to other sources like Amazon.com, with the price range for this model fluctuating from $113.84 (plus $47.29 shipping) to $145.95 (with free shipping). I couldn’t find this exact model at many places in Canada, but the price for a 1.7L refrigerator is usually at least around $100 (and goes up from there).

Here’s what some Newegg.ca customers are saying about this compact fridge:

Pros: Small, quiet, energy efficient

Cons: Small. Really, really tiny. Not much space for much.

Pros: Great compact fridge. Fairly quiet. Stays cold very well (goes for many hours without having to turn on to maintain temperature, unless you’re opening it frequently of course). Has a tray under the freezer-portion. Rack is removable.

Cons: Makes a ping sound when the compressor turns on and off (not a lot of noise-dampening to reduce the sound, unlike with full-size fridge/freezers). Not a big deal, just an FYI. Wish it had a soda can track in the door.

Other Thoughts: EnergyGuide yellow card that came with estimates $26 annual electrical bill from use (10.65cents/kWh, total 247kWh).

Take advantage of this great deal before it disappears- with 53% off of the regular price of $149.99, it’s easy to see why you should act fast and nab this conveniently compact refrigerator before it’s too late! Check out this great deal from Newegg.ca, and remember that there’s a limit of 5 units per customer.

(expiry: unknown)

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August 13

Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts Ear Force Phantom Limited Edition Gaming Headset Only $99.99 @ Newegg.ca

Posted by on August 13, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts Ear Force Phantom Limited Edition Gaming Headset Only $99.99 @ Newegg.ca

There are gamers and then there are gamers… Noticed the difference? Okay, probably not. But if you had heard us say it, then you’d totally get what we’re talking about.  Newegg.ca is offering the Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghost Ear Force Phantom Limited Edition Gaming Headset for $99.99 with free shipping!

The Call of Duty video game franchise is one of the best selling and beloved series of games out there. In fact you’d be hard pressed to find a more devoted group of gaming fans. So it’s only natural that these fans take their Call of Duty very seriously. That’s what makes this deal so great! Now we know what you might be thinking, “First off, that’s an excessively long product name. And secondly, that seems a little steep for video game headphones.” Well, they’re regularly priced at $299.99 so at $99.99, that’s a 67% saving.

Here are the online prices at other well-known retailers:

  • Best Buy $169.95
  • Future Shop $169.95
  • Amazon $199.99
  • The Source $229.96
  • Walmart $239.96

The headsets offer a lot of bells and whistles to enhance every Call of Duty Ghost fan’s experience. Here are some of the headset’s key features:

  • Dual Band WiFi provide clearer chat and game audio
  • Premium Dolby Digital Surround Sound
  • Wireless Bluetooth that allows you to mix game audio with your own music and answer calls
  • 15 hours of battery life
  • Official Call of Duty Ghost game sound enhancements specifically designed from the game’s developers.

Now, the reviews on the site are mixed. Either you love them or you don’t. But the reviews from other sites seem to be more favorable than not. There are a lot of gaming headphone options currently out there. But at $99.99 marked down from $299.99, the Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghost Ear Force Phantom Limited Edition Gaming Headset is really worth considering.

(Expiry: unknown)

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August 9

Save Up To 75% In The Ubisoft Video Game Sale @ Newegg.ca!

Posted by on August 9, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Save Up To 75% In The Ubisoft Video Game Sale @ Newegg.ca!

This weekend, Newegg.ca has announced a special sale on Ubisoft PC game titles, when the digital codes are purchased through their website. There is up to 75% off select titles, and from what I can tell, there are a few great bargains in there!

There are over 32 different titles to choose from in this sale. Some video games are at 50% off, but the majority are discounted by 75%.

Let’s price compare the headliner deal in this sale from Newegg.ca – Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Gold Edition which is priced at $29.99 on there. That’s half price, according to Newegg.ca. The price for this game is $49.99 on the EA Origin store. It’s also $59.99 on GreenMan Gaming, $59.99 @ uPlay, $59.99 @ Steam and Gamersgate is $59.99 too.

Needless to say, that’s a hot price from Newegg. For this game, Newegg gives you a DRM code to play it through the uPlay service. As for reviews for Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Metacritic gives this game a metascore of 83/100 – really high. If you’re interested, pick it up now at this super price from Newegg.ca.

Some other good potential deals:

If you’re looking at other titles in the Newegg video game sale, I strongly suggest you price compare each individual item. While I have shown above that the Assassin’s Creed game is a very good deal, this isn’t necessarily true for every single gaming title there. Pop the select game in to Google.ca and see what prices you can find.

Spot any bargains? Let us know in the comments below what you can find.

(Expiry 10th August 2014)

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