This Panasonic HDTV Is Your Deal of the Day

TVs are more furniture-like than almost any other gadget. They're big, they find a spot in your living room, and they stay there for years. That's a major reason why smart functionality—that goes obsolete—baked into a TV is daft: who wants to replace a piece of furniture every other year? But Panasonic did just that, and now they've got a bunch of nice 47" LED IPS TV they want to clear out, because as the banner over the sale proclaims, "our new 2013 models have arrived!"

This is a mid-range TV, but it's edge-lit and it features an IPS panel. When it came out, the MSRP was $800, and Amazon's still selling it for $670, but with the code 47SALE300 it's $500 from Panasonic. That's a good deal! Just don't tell people it's a 2012 model. [Panasonic]

Today was a light deals day but if we find anything else we're tweeting it out:

Top Deals

Panasonic TC-L47E5 47" IPS HDTV ($500) | Panasonic | Street Price $700


Accessories

16GB Samsung MicroSD Class10 ($11.29) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $19 | Use coupon code EMCXSWP42
Refurb Linksys EA2700 ($36) | Cisco via Ben's Bargains | Originally $50 | Use coupon code HSEA2700RM10
Turtle Beach CoD Headset ($40) | Amazon via Kinja Deals | Originally $80
Fantom GreenDrive 1TB ($80) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $100
20% off Case-Mate | Case-Mate via 9to5Toys | Use coupon code MOM2013


Miscellaneous

Gerber Bear Grylls Multi-Tool ($10) | Amazon via Kinja Deals | Originally $20
Gaiam Sol Suddha Eco Yoga Mat ($18) | REI via Ben's Bargains | Originally $29
Makita Cordless Drill Kit ($200) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $300


Apple

New Apple Smart Covers for Full-Size iPads ($20) | Macmall via 9to5Toys | Originally $40


Audio

Onkyo Wireless Airplay Speakers ($135) | Woot via 9to5Toys | Originally $200


Gaming

Fifa Manager 13 ($10) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
Fifa Soccer 13 ($10) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
Grand Theft Auto IV ($14) | PSN via Reddit | Originally $20
Uncharted 3 [PS3] ($20) | Best Buy via Ben's Bargains | Originally $40
Halo 4 ($24) | Newegg via Ben's Bargains | Originally $40
Assassin's Creed III ($25) | GamersGate via Kinja Deals | Originally $50
25% off Star Trek, Resident Evil Revelations, Others | Green Man Gaming | Use coupon code GMG25-FHALS-8SG7H


Physical Media

Nope.


Digital Media

Nope.


Clothing

Star Wars Chewbacca Messenger Bag ($50) | Thinkgeek via Fatwallet | Originally $80
Seiko 5 Military Watch ($50) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $70 | We've featured this watch on Dealzmodo before but now the blue version is a straight $50
30% off Timberland ($Tk) | Timberland via Fatwallet | Use coupon code TFWAL30
20% off Brooks Brothers | Brooks Brothers via Reddit


Dumb TV → Smart TV

Not today.


Laptops

Nope.


Desktops

Nah.


Tablets

No touching.


Screens

23" Asus 1080p LED Monitor ($120) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $150 | MIR on page
32" Samsung 720pTV ($182) | Best Buy via Ben's Bargains | Originally $250
39" 1080p TCL HDTV ($290) | Costco via Edealinfo | Originally $380
47" Panasonic Viera IPS HDTV ($500) | Panasonic via Ben's Bargains | Originally $800 | Use coupon code 47SALE300
Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 1080p Projector ($1149) | Epson via Dealmac | Originally $1700


Portables

Nope.


Camera

Opteka LapsePro Timer Remote ($20) | Ebay via Ben's Bargains | Originally $30
Sopny Alpha A57 + Kit Lens ($500) | Adorama via Dealmac | Originally $600
Canon 60D + 70-300mm Lens ($860) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $1000 | Add the camera from here then apply the code SFAD8JYK


Bare Drives

3TB Toshiba HD ($125) | Newegg via Kinja Deals | Originally $150 | MIR on page


Apps

iOS

247 Missiles ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2
Take It Easy ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2
Jet Trains ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1

Android

Unified Remote ($1) | Google Play via App-sales.net | Originally $4
Grow ($1) | Google Play via App-sales.net | Originally $2


Hobomodo

No freebies.


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