Newegg has kicked off Fourth of July celebrations a little early this year, e-mailing us a cornucopia of coupon codes that can shrink prices by anywhere from 10% to 25%. As you'll see below, the codes span a wealth of different product categories; some codes expire today, while others will last until the middle of next week. Behold!
|Category||Discount||Promo code||End date|
|ATX or HTPC computer cases||10%||EMCYVYZ35||7/3/2010|
|Blu-ray drives or burners||10%||EMCYVYZ26||7/7/2010|
|D-Link switches or wireless routers||15%||EMCYVYZ32||7/5/2010|
|LG LCD monitors||10%||EMCYVYZ23||7/5/2010|
|Point and shoot digital cameras||10%||EMCYVYZ28||7/3/2010|
|Klipsh or Energy home audio speakers||25%||EMCYVYZ22||7/3/2010|
Combined with other promotions, these codes can make for some especially juicy savings. Take WD's 1TB Caviar Black hard drive, which sold for $94.99 earlier this week. After a $20 instant rebate (available today only) and the "EMCYVYZ29" coupon code, you can grab the drive for only $71.99 shipped.
In related deal news, Valve's Steam sale is still going, and new deals have been added for today only: the original BioShock for $4.99, Dragon Age: Origins for $23.99, the excellent Thief: Deadly Shadows for $2.99, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for $3.74.
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