Cyber Monday spawns more deals

Despite offering Black Friday sales last week, some retailers have put together a selection of deals for Cyber Monday. Newegg’s Cyber Monday sale is loaded with discounts on enthusiast-worthy gear like Corsair’s Graphite 600T enclosure, which has been dropped to $140 before a mail-in rebate knocks the price down to $120. Cases are a popular theme for Newegg today, with Antec’s Three Hundred bundled with the company’s own BP430 power supply for just $70. A mail-in rebate will knock an additional $15 off the combo’s price. If you’d rather not deal with rebates, Lian Li’s PC-9F mid-tower is $40 off at $100 even.

Intel’s heavily discounted 320 Series SSD has been carried over from Newegg’s Black Friday promotion. The 80GB version of this drive costs just $80 after a mail-in rebate, putting it squarely in dollar-per-gigabyte territory. The combination of an instant discount and mail-in rebate has also reduced the price of Corsair’s H60 water cooler to under $44.

In the market for a motherboard? A couple of Gigabyte Z68 models are on sale. The Z68XP-UD3P can be had for $155 before a $15 mail-in rebate. Its better-equipped brother, the UD4, has been discounted to $170. That board also has a $20 mail-in rebate attached.

In addition to the ongoing Steam Autumn Sale (which has Dead Space 2 and Thief: Deadly Shadows for $5 for the next hour or so), Amazon has discounts on a bevvy of popular PC games. Today’s standouts include Battlefield 3 for $30 and Need for Speed: The Run for just $20. Those are great prices on games that are only a few weeks old. There are discounts on older titles, too. Crysis 2, for example, costs $10 in downloadable form.

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    • yfital
    • 8 years ago

    Well, i pulled the plug o NFS the RUN.

    I already “had” it, but i felt it deserves a buy, especially for 20$ … thats really a steal for the game.

    Fun game, very hard …

    • anotherengineer
    • 8 years ago

    C’mon Geoff where is the the CND Newegg.ca and ncix.com deals?? 🙁

      • dpaus
      • 8 years ago

      If you’ve waited till now to ask the question, the answer is irrelevant… BTW, I think you meant NCIX.c[b<][i<]a[/b<][/i<], which, for instance, was out of stock of that 64 GByte USB drive deal by noon.

        • sweatshopking
        • 8 years ago

        ncix.com is the canadian one…

    • gmskking
    • 8 years ago

    Trying to unload all their crap today I guess.

    • indeego
    • 8 years ago

    Cyber Monday [i<]indeed[/i<]. Newegg be timing out a lot...

    • tay
    • 8 years ago

    Google Offers is running a $40 for $20 at newegg.com today. Hurry up and get that, its valid till February. I already spent mine =(

    Any good mini-itx/micro-atx case sales? Can’t ever do ATX again.

    I also jumped on the 160 GB Intel 320 SSD. Good price for that reliability.

      • TurtlePerson2
      • 8 years ago

      It’s dead now. I wish I would have gotten in on that.

        • Klanky
        • 8 years ago

        I almost did – there was still some available but by the time I was done filling out my CC info, sold out. <sigh>

      • MadManOriginal
      • 8 years ago

      What is Google Offers?

      (preemptive +infinity to the first person who responds ‘lmgtfy’)

    • swaaye
    • 8 years ago

    Best Buy has the 80GB Intel 320 SSD for $120 without rebate nonsense. I had to have the local store price match the web site but it was nice to be able to just go pick up a drive instead of ordering online.

    Which reminds me – it’s pretty amazing how much stuff Intel includes compared to say what Crucial and OCZ pack in the box.
    -SATA power adapter for old PSUs
    -2.5″ SATA drive to USB 3.0 adapter (handy!!)
    -miniCD with software
    -rubber skin vibration dampener for notebook mounting
    -2.5″ to 3.5″ tray
    -screwdriver
    -two sets of 5 screws (1 extra in each pack)
    -decorative sticker
    -SATA cable (!!)

      • tay
      • 8 years ago

      Heh, I am waiting for mine from newegg from the BF deal. Can’t wait to upgrade from an old WD Blue SSD.

      • indeego
      • 8 years ago

      For $40 more than Newegg that sure is, uh, a GREAT DEAL!

        • swaaye
        • 8 years ago

        I bought it yesterday and Newegg was $140 at the time. I see today they have pumped up their sale price but added the rebate. The Newegg deal is great as long as that rebate works (and you’re ok with the wait), especially with that Google Offers $20 for $40 deal added on top.

        I have to say though that I really like being able to get things locally. My Best Buy will take anything back within 45 days too. It’s very no nonsense there.

          • indeego
          • 8 years ago

          Cool.

          My first experience with BB was my last. Really bad music blared at me @11 going up the escalator in San Jose. This was not a good first impression.

          Same with WalMart (I gave it three tries, to give it credit).

          Just did not feel good/human in either of those stores. Course I dislike the general public so it’s probably just me.

            • OneArmedScissor
            • 8 years ago

            But dude, Geek Squad can increase your CPU performance by 10% with “tweaks” for only $100!

            • swaaye
            • 8 years ago

            I saw they advertise what sounds like RAID 0 for everyone who’s buying a hard drive and wants them to install it. Too bad RAID 0 increases latency so is usually slower and nevermind the data loss risk.

            BB makes a ton of money on those geek squad services, horrifyingly. But can you really blame them for leveraging the masses of lazy idiots out there? 😉

            • swaaye
            • 8 years ago

            lol. Yeah I hear BB horror stories a lot. But hey I even like Walmart because they are good with returns too. At least here in WI.

          • NeelyCam
          • 8 years ago

          Apparently I missed the Google Offers, but the Newegg 80GB deal comes with a $10 “promotional gift card”. I pulled the trigger for two.

    • derFunkenstein
    • 8 years ago

    Too bad Newegg isn’t stocking the P280 yet (they’ve had it listed since Antec announced it but I’ve never seen it in stock); that’s going to be my next case.

    • dpaus
    • 8 years ago

    I grabbed two of the Mushkin 64 GByte USB drives on NCIX for $99 each and free local pick-up :-)) Unfortunately, I think those 2 were 50% of the entire stock available :-((

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