An Organized Inbox Is Your Dealzmodo-Exclusive Deal of the Day

While the email account you're currently using—be it Gmail, Yahoo, or heaven forbid, Hotmail—may be free, there is a real cost associated you may not be accounting for: your time. Every email that you have to archive, delete, or report costs you seconds of your life. Every store you've ever bought something from that now thinks it can send you emails whenever is stealing your time. But there are real, important emails in your inbox that you don't want to miss. So you slog through hundreds of emails for the few that matter.

SaneBox is a new and modern program for sorting your inbox. It gives you plenty of controls for controlling your email flow, but you can also take a hands-off approach and it will learn what you think is important and what you usually skip. It works with most of the major email providers, except for Hotmail. There are a slew of other nifty features, like automatically putting attachments in your Dropbox (finally!) and a daily summary of the email you didn't read. And today, a year of Sanebox's sanity-saving features is only $64, which is way less than the $89 per year that people and businesses pay all the time. We worked with our friends at StackSocial to offer this deal, which is $5 less than anywhere else on the internet, and a huge discount off normal pricing.

Lifehacker Editor Adam Pash likes Sanebox—he called it a "working version" of Priority Inbox, and was debating whether to shell out for it. If he knew about this deal back then, his decision would be a lot easier. [StackSocial]

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Top Deals

Sanebox 1-Year ($64) | Dealzmodo Exclusive with StackSocial | Originally $89
Sanebox 2-Year ($94) | Dealzmodo Exclusive with StackSocial | Originally $139

Accessories

Lexar JumpDrive TwistTurn 32 GB USB 2.0 ($18) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
Sandisk SDHC Card 32GB ($25) | Best Buy via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $50
Otterbox Defender iPhone 5 Case ($29.78) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $50
Philips Airplay Fidelio SoundAvia Wireless Speaker ($80) | Buy.com via TechDealDigger | Originally $200 | Look on the right and click the "Geeks" link under "More buying choices"
Western Digital My Passport 1TB Portable HD ($90) | Ebay via TechDealDigger | Originally $130

Miscellaneous

Digital Access to the Grey Lady, the New York Times, for 3 months ($5) | NY Times via NY Times | Originally $20
Dominion Board Game ($28) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $45
Victorinox Fibrox 7-Inch Granton Edge Santoku Knife ($28) | Buydig via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $54 | Use coupon code GIFT12
Terratek Bench Grinder ($30) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $180
BBC Natural History on Blu-ray ($45) | Amazon UK via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $130
Lodge Logic Pre-Seasoned Sportsman's Charcoal Grill ($65) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $85
20% off Amazon Clothing ($80) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $100
50% off Steelcase Chairs | Steelcase via Dealnews |
Use coupon code LIVEUNITED12

Gaming

Xbox 360 Headset ($7) | Amazon via Amazon | Originally $20
Pay What You Want for Interplay Games ($15) | Good Old Games via Dealzon
XCOM Enemy Unknown ($40) | Green Man Gaming via Dealzon | Originally $50 | $5 cashback or $10 GMG credit
Xbox Live Gold 12 Months ($42) | GamesRocket via Dealzon | Originally $60 | GamesRocket is based in Germany, there may be Paypal-related hoops to jump through
Dishonored (PC Download) ($47.49) | RocketGames via Dealzon | Originally $60
Halo 4 Pre-Order ($48) | Newegg via Dealzon | Originally $60 | Use coupon code EMCJNHE52
Xbox Live Gold 12 Months ($50) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $60
NHL 13 for Xbox and PS3 ($52) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $60 | Closest you're going to get to NHL action this season
Caveat emptor! Wii U Deluxe Bundle with Super Mario Bros U Pre-order ($450) | Walmart via Dealnews | Originally $Check Ebay | You don't save that much (you get a 3rd party controller for free) but you can pre-order the Wii U
Amazon Video Game Sale | Amazon via Reddit

Dumb TV → Smart TV

Not today.

Laptops

15" Toshiba Satellite with Quad-Core i7, Blu-ray, ($600) | Toshiba via Logicbuy | Originally $880 | Comes with Win 8 pre-installed, lowest I've seen a quad-core i7 laptop go for
2010 Macbook Air 11" ($689) | Ebay via Dealzon | Originally $800

Desktops

$100 Off Clearance Computers | Staples via Dealnews | Printable coupon you have to redeem in-store

Tablets

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 ($200) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $250
ASUS Transformer TF300 32GB ($350) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $400

Screens

24" Panasonic Viera 1080p HDTV ($180) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $250
24" LG 1080p Monitor with TV Tuner ($180) | Newegg via TechDealDigger | Originally $150 | Use coupon code TSHDKSAL30
32" Vizio 3-D 1080p 60Hz HDTV with Glasses ($300) | Newegg via Newegg | Originally $500

Portables

Pioneer HDJ-2000-K DJ Headphones ($215) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $450

Camera

Nope.

SSDs

256GB Samsung 830 Series SSD ($160) | Buydig via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $200

Apps

iOS

Monster Shooter ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $3
Lane Splitter ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
Random Heroes ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
Batman Arkham City Lockdown ($1) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $6
Cars 2 ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $3
Dogs Playing Poker ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $2
Star Map 3D+ ($0) | iTunes via Appsaholic | Originally $3
Metal Slug 3 ($4) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $7
KORG iKaossilator ($10) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $20

iPad Only

Real Racing 2 HD ($3) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $7

Android

Kemco Games RPG Sale ($1) | Google Play via Cuppsy | Originally $5 | Thanks, Cuppsy!
Great Little War Game ($1) | Google Play via Appsaholic | Originally $3
Hackers Home Pro ($1.3) | Google Play via Appsaholic | Originally $5

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