The summer's over, the back-to-school rush is pretty much through, but the deals are still coming. Most notably, we see that Newegg is running a summer's end savings promotion, as part of which it's offering coupon codes for notebook memory, Rosewill and Corsair PSUs, Office software, Asus displays, Z68 motherboards, and other products.
The combinations are many, but here's a nice example: an 8GB kit of Mushkin DDR3-1066 notebook memory for $42.99 with free shipping. Enter the coupon code EMCKAKA22 on the checkout page, and you can have that kit for a cool $38.69 shipped. Mushkin covers the memory with a lifetime warranty and rates it for operation at 1.5V with 7-7-7-20 timings.
We see that the USB 3.0 version of Corsair's 8GB Flash Voyager thumb drive is now available—and there's a mail-in rebate tied to it, to boot. The drive is selling for $16.99 shipped right now, and the rebate takes it down to just $9.99.
Over in the great, not-so-white north, NCIX is running a "savings safari" promotion. As always, the promotion covers a ton of items of all shapes and sizes. Juicier offerings include an 8GB kit of Mushkin DDR3-1333 desktop RAM selling for $39.99 CAD, or $34.99 after a mail-in rebate. OCZ's 120GB Solid 3 solid-state drive is on sale for $139.99 CAD, too, or $119.99 after a rebate.
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