Black Friday isn't due for another three weeks, but deals of all kinds are already becoming plentiful. Newegg, in particular, seems to be running a wealth of sales on all kinds of items.
There are your classics, like Western Digital's 2TB Caviar Green hard drive currently selling for $89.99 with free shipping. That translates to less than five cents per gigabyte, which is pretty terrific for a decent mass-storage drive.
Then there are the promo codes. You can take 15% off the price of any digital SLR camera (Sony offerings excepted) by entering the code "EMCZZYS22" on the checkout page. Thanks to that promotion, you can snag Canon's EOS Rebel T1i body and lens kit for $599.14 shipped, or grab the budget-friendly EOS Rebel XS for $429.14 shipped.
Audiophiles will be happy to know that certain Sennheiser headphones can be had for 30% off thanks to the promo code "HEADPHNESEN2." Sets eligible for the deal include long-time favorites like the HD 280 Pro, which can now be had for $69.96 shipped.
Last, but certainly not least, Newegg is running a 24-hour sale that covers a number of items, from Intel's Core i3-530 to Corsair's 80 Plus Gold-certified AX750 power supply. Not bad, huh?
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