ThinkGeek, a wonderful purveyor of nerdy novelties, is currently running the best percent-off promotion we've seen all year. For the code, and deals on a Roku 3 and a Panasonic plasma TV, hit the jump:


At Thinkgeek, the code SKYLAB takes $20 off any order of $60 or more. That means if you order exactly $60, you'll be receiving a 33% discount, which is the best we've seen from Thinkgeek since before the holiday season. Of course, with ever dollar spent over $60 the discount percentage drops. Keep in mind that there's a $6 shipping charge—so you'll need to spend at least $46 to get this promotion. Here's some recommendations to get you started (all prices listed before discount):

Olloclip iPhone Lens ($70) | Probably the best straight up deal available

25 Milligrams of Mars Rock ($100) | Gizmodo's take

Lego-Compatible Mug ($20) | Gizmodo's take | Cop three of these and you'll have a stash of great last-minute presents


$20 off $60 | Thinkgeek | Use coupon code SKYLAB | Endless Thinkgeek shopping inspiration

Top Deals

I posted this Panasonic deal yesterday and after I went home I almost bought it, so I figured it could use a little more attention. Right now Sears is selling a 42" Panasonic plasma TV (model number TC-P42S60) for $400. Shipping's not free though, so to save $70 you should pick it up in-store. Still: that's a $400 plasma, perfect for most small apartments, at a no-name scratcher TV price. It's even got some smart functionality, if that's your bag. [Sears]

Update: Amazon's price-matched Sears' price, but only with shipping included. So this set from Amazon is $470—and still $600 or more everywhere else. [Amazon]


8GB MicroSD Sandisk ($7) | Cowboom via Edealinfo | Originally $15

Pogoplug Mobile ($15) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $25

Logitech K760 ($54) | Ebay via Deals Kinja | Originally $80



1TB Western Digital Portable HD ($70) | Western Digital via Dealmac | Originally $100 | Use coupon code DNFREESHIP

240GB SanDisk Extreme ($160) | Newegg via Dealmac | Originally $190 | Use coupon code EMCYTZT3438





Mass Effect Trilogy [Origin] ($30) | GamersGate

Gamefly Battlefield Sale
Battlefield 3 ($10)
Battlefield 3 Premium ($20)
Battlefield Bad Company 2 Ultimate Collection ($9)
Battlefield 2 Complete Collection ($5)


Green Man Gaming [Steam] | Use code GMG20-GGN5D-FC3NA
Metro: Last Light ($40)
EVE: Online 30-day Starter Pack ($4) | Normally $20
Saints Row: The Third The Full Package ($14)
10,000,000 ($1.36)

Terraria ($3.40) | Steam | Normally $10



Crysis 3 ($25) | Groupon

• DLC FREE Dreadnought Pack for Gears of War: Judgment | Microsoft

• Pre-order Call of Duty Ghosts ($53) | Newegg | Use code EMCXRWS258
• Pre-order DeadPool ($50) | Newegg
The Walking Dead ($20) | Best Buy
Far Cry 3 ($40) | Amazon
Dead Space 3 ($40) | Amazon

Xbox 360 Headset ($10) | Amazon

Xbox 360 Data Transfer Cable ($5) | eBay (MyTechSolution) via DealNews | $10+ elsewhere




• FREE Dust 514 | Sony

Crysis 3 ($25) | Groupon


Persona 3 [PS2 on PSN] ($5) | Sony | Normally $10

• Pre-order Call of Duty Ghosts ($53) | Newegg | Use code EMCXRWS258
• Pre-order DeadPool ($50) | Newegg
The Walking Dead ($20) | Amazon
Far Cry 3 ($40) | Best Buy
Dead Space 3 ($40) | Amazon

As you've probably figured out, we work with the dudes at Kotaku's Moneysaver to sort through all the gaming deals. Check 'em out if you want more.


Audio-Technica ATH-M40 ($47) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $60


20% off Clearance at MLB | MLB via Fatwallet



30% off Sierra Trading Post | Sierra Trading Post via Ben's Bargains

15% off Pointer | Pointer via Reddit

Dumb TV → Smart TV

This is only the second discount we've ever seen on the Roku 3, which is currently the best streaming box on the market. Honestly, I haven't even been posting Roku 2 deals recently because the improvements in the Roku 3 are worth the premium, especially since it's only $100 at full price. But right now PC Richard is selling the Roku 3 for $90, with free shipping and no tax depending on your state. This box would look pretty sweet plugged into that Panasonic at the top of the post. [PC Richard via 9to5Toys, Wirecutter Deals, Moneysaver] Thanks, friends!

Roku 3 ($90) | PC Richard via Wirecutter Deals | Originally $100


Happauge WinTV Dual Tuner Digital CableCARD ($50) | Newegg via Fatwallet | Originally $100 | Use coupon code EMCXRWS262 + MIR

Physical Media

Tommy Boy [Blu-ray] ($5) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $10

Sex and the City Complete ($75) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $125

Harry Potter Wizard's Collection ($200) | Best Buy via Deals Kinja | Originally $250

Rocky I,II,III,IV,V,Balboa [Blu-ray] ($30) | Amazon via Daily DVD Deals

Digital Media

If you try out Google's new music service now, you'll get a free month's trial and lock in an $8/month lifetime subscription rate. Try it out here: [Google Music]


No lappy.


Alienware X51 w/ Nvidia Geforce 660 ($900) | Tiger Direct via Edealinfo | Originally $1100


10" Acer Iconia Tab 32GB ($300) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $400


40" HiSense 1080p Slim TV ($255) | Woot via 9to5Toys | Originally $400



42" Panasonic HDTV ($400) | Sears via Wirecutter Deals | $60 shipping unless you can pick it up at a Sears. Encore post b/c this is a sick deal

27" IPS Monoprice Hi-Res Monitor ($474) | Dealmac | This one's got VGA and HDMI



Sunpak Aluminium Tripod ($35) | B&H Photo via Dealmac | Originally $55


Flashpoint Carbon Fiber Tripod ($100) | Adorama via Ben's Bargains | Originally $150

Rokinon 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye Lens ($230) | Adorama via Ben's Bargains | Originally $280 | Use coupon code S0511113


5D Mark III ($2800) | Canon via Photography Bay | Originally $3500

Bare Drives




Floris ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1


Totem Tribe Gold ($2) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5

iPad Only

Rail Maze Pro ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1

Arpeggionome Pro ($15) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $20


World of Goo ($1) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $5



Swiftkey Tablet ($2) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $4

Swiftkey ($2) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $4


A Year of Microsoft Office Professional Plus ($10) | Microsoft HUP via Fatwallet | Your school or work needs to qualify


A Year of Microsoft Office Professional Plus ($10) | Microsoft HUP via Fatwallet | Your school or work needs to qualify


Free Dinosaur Stickers ($0) | Bronx Zoo via Reddit |


Two Free Quest Protein Bars ($0) | Quest via Reddit

Whole Bunch of Stuff is Free After Rebate | Newegg via Deals Kinja

Keep up with Kif Leswing on Kinja and Twitter. Check out The Moneysaver for more great tech deals, and for even more discounts.

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