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Looking for something to watch over the holidays? Amazon and Roku have you covered – both are offering deals that let you sign up for a bunch channels of content for $0.99 per month each for up to two months.

Whether British mystery shows, Showtime originals, movies, or documentaries are your thing, they’ve got you covered. And if you’re looking for something a little more active, Roku’s also got deals on a couple of fitness-themed channels. Meanwhile Epic, Steam, GOG, and the Microsoft Store are all running sales on PC games and the Epic Games Store is giving away Vampyr for free today.


Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Amazon Prime Channels ($0.99 per month each for up to 2 months)

Roku Channels ($0.99 per month each for up to 2 months)

PC games

eBooks and audiobooks



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5 replies on “Daily Deals (12-23-2021)”

  1. I would be careful of this outplayed store. Who is shows it was registered only a month ago. The manufacturer website doesn’t offer a similar discount. So, it feels like “If it’s too good to be true”

    1. This was sent to me by the manufacturer… which doesn’t quite negate the point, as it’s not like One Netbook has an amazing track record with providing support for items sold through their AliExpress Store. But this is affiliated with One Netbook.

      1. Thanks for the clarification. It just seemed suspicious to me that the website is just over a month old and offering a decent discount. The fact that it only had 4 products didn’t help either.

  2. Does the OneGx1 have a TPM? It would be a shame to buy something this expensive if it only has 3 years left to receive security patches and updates.

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