It's been a long week, so let's keep this deal post short and sweet, shall we?
First, Newegg has Seagate's 4TB Desktop HDD.15 mechanical hard drive on sale for just $159.99 with free shipping. The drive is listed for $179.99, but you can take $20 off by entering the coupon code "EMCXPVS27" at checkout. (No mail-in rebates are necessary.) Amazon has the same drive on sale, too, but it costs an extra $10 there.
Also, Amazon offers the Borderlands Bundleganza bundle for just $21.99 (in downloadable form, of course). The bundle comprises Borderlands GOTY Edition, Borderlands 2, and a Borderlands 2 Season Pass that entitles you to all four DLC add-ons for that game. Not bad for just over 20 bucks.
Our friends north of the border are about to celebrate Canada Day, and NCIX is running a sale for the occasion. You can grab Seagate's 4TB 'cuda there for $169.99 CAD, and WD's Caviar Green 2TB is down to $89.99 CAD. There's even an Asus GeForce GTX 660 for $174.99 CAD.
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