All posts tagged "sale"
Monday, April 2, 2012
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)" @ 11:35 AM
"Infinity Blade is on sale for $0.99 for a limited time."
The normally $5.99 USD game is on sale now for just $0.99 USD, quite a bargain! [affiliate link]. Or if you already have that, you can pick up Infinity Blade II for $6.99 USD [affiliate link].
Friday, March 23, 2012
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 09:55 AM
"A truly awesome deal like this only comes around every once in a while...but a truly awesome deal like this also won't last for very long either! In fact, the Mac Spring 2012 Bundle is around for less than 24 hours, so you'd better grab these amazing 10 Mac apps while you can!"
I picked up one of these myself, mainly for four programs: MoneyWell, Circus Ponies Notebook, Home Inventory and GarageSale. All the other ones are just a bonus. Great deal for $49.99 but it ends today. You can check it out here.
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 11:17 AM
"Take advantage of our pre-holiday 65% off sale of our very popular iPad 2 Display Dock."
65% off is a pretty good deal, if you want to display your iPad in something similar to what the Apple retail stores use. They have dropped the price down to $24.95 from $69.95 USD, this weekend only.
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 11:00 PM
"For someone that doesn't want to jump on the latest iPhone later this year, they will be able to pick up some great deals on older models as large retailers clear out stock of older models."
And one of those deals is today, as Best Buy is "selling" the iPhone 3GS for $0.00 dollars as long as you commit to a two year contract with AT&T. You can see the leaked ad here, but it appears the sale will be starting tomorrow for the normally $49.99 priced iPhone. With an iPhone 5 imminent, I can see why they want to clear these phones out of inventory. The demand is still there, since Apple is still building the 3GS. Personally, this close I think I would wait, but that is just me.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Desktops" @ 02:30 PM
"Apple quietly launched a lower-price 21-inch iMac on its Apple Store for Higher Education - seemingly in time to capture some of the lucrative back-to-school market. My question: Does anyone still buy desktop computers for students going to college?"
I'd say no. These days I can't imagine students wanting anything other than a laptop. And this is a scaled down version so for $200.00 USD you can get a much better machine. Faster CPU, double hard drive space, double RAM and double the video RAM. I'd spend the extra $200.00 USD to get that much more capability, wouldn't you?
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)" @ 11:44 AM
"EA is currently having a massive iOS app back to school sale."
Lots of discounts, some are only $0.99 USD each. You can get the whole list at the EA iTunes page.
Monday, May 2, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 02:00 AM
"Amazon.com, which is a distant No. 2 to Apple Inc. as a retailer of downloadable music, has upped the ante or, rather, lowered its prices to compete with iTunes."
Dropping $0.20 USD from their normal price of $0.89 USD, this is quite a deal from Amazon.com. iTunes has 70% market share and Amazon.com is far back with only 10%, so is this a shot across the bow so to speak to steal some of iTunes customers? I've purchased, and will continue to purchase, music from Amazon.com with deals like this in the mix. Amazon.com makes it pretty easy to add the music to your iTunes library anyway so it isn't that much more difficult than buying directly through iTunes. I guess you could label me one of those "opportunistic" cherry pickers the article talks about. What about you, where do you get your music?
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Posted by Richard Chao in "Windows Phone Accessories" @ 01:00 AM
"I wanted to let you know about our 10th Anniversary Sale, and to thank you for all your support over the years. In celebration we're holding a large sale offering 40% off some of our most popular products... Again, thanks for the support, Scottevest wouldn't be what it is today without it."
Scottevest, the clothing company that made it possible for us to carry all our mobile tech at one time without having to resort to the Batman utility belt is turning 10. To celebrate, they are having a big sale with up to 40% off on selected items. Products in Scottevest's catalog range from boxers to trench coats and everything in between.
To take advantage of this sale remember to use promo code 10SALE40.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 08:30 AM
"Today only, Amazon has Photoshop Lightroom for for Mac and PC for $188.99. (It retails at $299)"
Not sure if it really is only today or not, as the link via Apple Thoughts [affiliate link] doesn't specify, but it's a good deal regardless. And the discount gets bigger for those of you in either the US or the UK if you go to the Adobe Store [link] and are an educator, up to 80% off with free shipping.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 03:00 AM
""iPad 2 rumor posts have been done to death by now-we get it! It's coming very soon!-but this one could actually save you a bit of coin should you want to keep your current iPad, so, enjoy."
The sale started Sunday, at all AT&T stores, and they are clearing out all iPad products for 50% off. Just adding more fuel to the iPad 2 impending release right?
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)" @ 08:00 AM
"EA Mobile is getting into the upcoming Valentine's Day festivities by having a two-day App Store sale."
Two days gets you to the 11th, a bit short of Valentine's Day, but a sale is a sale. They have an extensive list of games that are on the cheap for the next two days, so it's worth a look since some are discounted pretty heavily, including Scrabble, Monopoly and Madden Football '11.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 06:00 AM
"Starting this Sunday, February 6th, & ending on Saturday, February 12th, those with a used iPhone 3G/3GS in working condition will be able to trade their old iDevices in at Target and receive up to $200 in credit towards an iPhone 4."
Of course, when you do this, you will be required to lock in on a 2-year commitment to AT&T. I'm sure as the time between now and June gets shorter, we are going to see lots of deals on current inventory, so If you can wait that is what I would do since we are all expecting the iPhone 5 to be released in June this year. It's becoming one of those things that is just expected isn't it? Not sure what we will do when the time comes and no new iPhone is released. There are also other deals in the article on a variety of products so even if you don't want an iPhone 4, you can still find some bargains.
Monday, February 7, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 10:00 AM
"We've been hearing a lot about how many new Mac users there are. During the January first-quarter financial call, for example, we heard that not only were Mac sales up 23 percent over the same quarter a year earlier, but about half of the Macs sold in Apple Stores during that quarter were to people who had never owned a Mac before."
And what might help all of these switchers is this handy program called "Learn to Switch to Mac" available now [affiliate link] in the Mac App store for $0.99 USD, down from the normally priced $24.95 USD (if you were to purchase it separate from the $99.00 USD Parallels bundle). Basically it teaches you an action that you would do in Windows, how to do the same action in OS X, and then will let you try it, learn by doing if you will. If you have anyone that is switching, this is a heck of a deal for some good basic training on OS X.
Saturday, January 29, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)" @ 08:27 PM
"One of our favorite apps is on sale for a limited time. Lifelike Craig HD for the iPad is available on Saturday and Sunday for just $.99. This is a savings of $1 off its regular price."
Creative app, and one that works pretty well if you like to use Craig's List to get your shopping fix. It's a buck off the normal price of $1.99 USD, but only through Sunday [affiliate link].
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 11:37 AM
"Apple iPad Case with Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard (3 Functions in 1). Built-in wireless Bluetooth 2.0 silicone keyboard for your Apple iPad. Stylish protective PU leather case designed for Apple iPad with magnetic flap closure for extra protection."
Its not the ClamCase, but it is a pretty good deal if you are looking for a case and keyboard for your iPad and don't want to wait. You can pick this up at the Apple Thoughts Amazon.com store for just over $60.00 USD [affiliate link]. A USB wall charger is included and the battery lasts a whopping 45 hours on a single charge.
Friday, December 31, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 08:59 AM
"Radio Shack is extending its iPhone sale until Friday December 31st, thanks to a number of store sellouts. The retailer is offering up the 16GB iPhone 4 for $148.99 through the end of the year. The 8GB version of its predecessor, the iPhone 3Gs, is priced at $48.99. Both models are marked down $51 from their suggested retail price."
Refurbished iPhones are also being discounted, the 16GB iPhone 4 can be purchased for $124.00 USD and the 32GB version of the iPhone 4 can be yours for $224.00 USD. Now all you have to do is find them in stock.
Friday, December 10, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 12:47 PM
"Only a few days after Radio Shack unveiled the first iPhone sale in recorded history, Best Buy's done one better -- it's offering up the 8GB iPhone 3GS "to qualified customers" without charging a cent for the handset."
Pretty good deal, even if you have to commit to two more years. Unless of course you are holding off waiting for that Verizon CDMA iPhone, but perhaps changing your mind is the intent.
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 07:12 PM
"MacFriendly has released their new MacFriendly Bundle of 11 applications for Mac users. The Bundle is valued at over $500 and is available for a limited time for only $39.99, which represents a savings of over 90% off the list prices. The bundle includes 11 downloadable software applications, and the latest version of each application is included in the bundle."
I don't buy too many bundles, because I usually only find one or two programs that I'll use and it makes for financial sense for me to just buy what I'm going to use. But if you like to experiment and try new software out, these bundles make a lot of sense. You can't really argue that they aren't a good buy, $530.00 USD for a price of $39.99 USD is a heckuva discount, I just don't like installing and reinstalling if I'm not that sure I'll be using the program. The latest one is from MacFriendly and you can find out more about their bundle here. So, what are your thoughts, do you go for the bundles or prefer to cherry pick?
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)" @ 10:44 AM
"Up To 90% Off For Any App at Readdle's Black Friday Salestarting on November 24. Readdle produces great apps for the iPhone and iPad, however they're never been discounted like this before. Until November 30, (12:00pm PT) you could grab yourself some fabulous bargains, as we have reduced the price Up To 90% Off!"
Some pretty good deals (starting tomorrow) on the apps that Readdle produces, such as:
- ReaddleDocs for iPad $ 1.99ReaddleDocs is a revolutionary document viewer, file manager and attachment saver for iPad;
- ReaddleDocs for iPhone $ 0.99ReaddleDocs is all-in-one document reader for iPhone and iPod Touch;
- PDF Expert $1.99PDF Expert is the ultimate solution for all your PDF needs;
- Scanner Pro for iPhone $0.99Scanner Pro transforms iPhone into portable scanner in your pocket;
- Calendars for iPad/iPhone $ 1.99Calendars is the most elegant and easy to use Google calendar client for iPhone and iPad available on the App Store;
- Printer Pro $ 1.99Printer Pro is the application that lets you wirelessly print from the iPad. Print attachments, documents, web pages and more right from the iPad.
The deals last until November 30th, and don't forget to enter the iPad giveaway!
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)" @ 08:05 AM
"CoPilot Live, the full-featured, voice-guided GPS navigation application for iPhones and iPads is slashing the price of its award-winning apps starting today and through the busy Thanksgiving holiday travel week ahead."
CoPilot Live USA sells for $2.99 USD [affiliate link], and the North America version sells for $9.99 USD [affiliate link], with both including a 14-day free trial of the ActiveTraffic reporting, which gives updates on traffic conditions throughout the US. The reviews vary from best thing since sliced bread to dont buy ever, but for $2.99 USD, might be worth a chance if you are looking for a GPS program for your iPhone. Personally, on my last trip, I just used the Google Maps app and did fine.