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Today’s deals include a free 1-month subscription to Paramount+ or free 3-month subscription to Apple TV+ and sales on eReaders, laptops and tablets. March 10th is also Super Mario day because, you know, MAR10. So Nintendo is offering a few Mario-related deals.
And if you’re in the market for a cheap PC that would probably make a decent media center, you can pick up a model with an Intel Jasper Lake processor, 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for just $137.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
Downloads & Streaming
- Paramount+ 1-month subscription for free – Paramount+ (coupon: PICARD)
- Apple TV+ 3-month subscription for free – Best Buy
- Call of the Sea PC game for free – Epic Games Store
- 2 more PC games free for Prime members this week – Amazon Prime Gaming
- Pay $5 or more for a bundle of underground digital comics – StoryBundle
- Save 15% off eBooks and audiobooks – B&N (coupon: SAVE15)
Tablets & eReaders
- Amazon Fire HD tablets for $60 and up – Amazon
- Amazon Fire Kids tablets for $70 and up – Amazon
- Amazon Kindle 2-pack for $180 – Amazon (price in cart)
- B&N NOOK Glowlight 4e for $90 – B&N (coupon: BNPRESSOFF30)
- B&N NOOK Glowlight 4 for $120 – B&N (coupon: BNPRESSOFF30)
- Kobo Elipsa Pack for $350 – Kobo
- ACEMAGICIAN mini PC w/Celeron N5105/8GB/512GB for $137 – Amazon (coupon: 405Z44NW)
- Refurb LG Gram laptops for $600 and up – Woot
- Lenovo IdeaPad 3 14″ laptop w/Ryzen 7 5700U/8GB/512GB for $479 – Walmart
- Lenovo ThinkPad E14 laptop w/Ryzen 7 5700U/8GB/256GB for $520 – Lenovo (via eBay)
- Dell Inspiron 14″ convertible w/Ryzen 5 5625U/8GB/512GB for $550 – Best Buy
- HP Pavilion Aero 13″ laptop w/Ryzen 5 5625U/16GB/512GB for $600 – HP
- Dell Inspiron 14 convertible w/Ryzen 7 5825U/16GB/512GB for $700 – Dell
- Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 120 Hz gaming laptop w/Ryzen 9 6900HX/Radeon RX 6700S/16GB/1TB for $1100 – Best Buy
At this point, would it even make a difference if they just used the Ace Hardware logo outright instead of something that just reminds me of it?