rebates

  • News Flash: Hot Deals on Flash Memory

    Flash memory prices have continued to fall in the recent months. With the advent of HD video and now HD movies on SLRs, having enough space has always kept us mindful. Read More

  • A few springtime rebates for AT&T customers

    Before my Internet connection decides to be a bitch again—you have no idea how annoyed I am right now—let me quickly mention this AT&T rebate. The wireless carrier is handing out $50 rebates with the purchase of a BlackBerry 8110 (and a qualifying plan!), which is just the Pearl but with built-in GPS. If you have access to the Hubble Telescope, you can examine the flyer, care… Read More

  • Best Buy will give HD DVD buyers $50 gift card

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    Flickr’d Best Buy joins Circuit City (and a Japanese retailer) in giving customers who fell for that whole HD DVD scam a little something for their troubles. The electronics retailer will send a $50 gift card to everyone who purchased an HD DVD player (by February 23) from it. The cards, which won’t expire, can be spent on anything in the store. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Tamron lens rebate program

    Anyone get a new DSLR over the holidays? Looking to fill that, otherwise, empty camera bag with a few more lenses? Of course you are. I know I am. Tamron has a pretty sweet rebate going on through the end of March. If you’re without a Pentax, Nikon, Canon or Sony then you’re out of luck. Nine lenses out of the Tamron lineup have been chosen and rebates range from $10 up to… Read More

  • Get Your Paws On A Kingston 1GB microSD Card For $5.95!

    If you’ve been wanting a microSD card for your cellphone, now is your chance to get one on the cheap. MobilePlanet.com is selling the Kingston 1GB microSD card for $15.95 with a $10 mail-in-rebate. That brings the total price down to $5.95! A winner is you! Better hurry though, because as of this writing, only 42 were left in stock. Product Page [via BGR] Read More