These Portable Speakers Are Your Go-Outside-It's-Summer Deal of the DayKif Leswing6/03/13 3:00pmFiled to: dealzmododealz of the daydeals of the daygadget dealzapp dealsdealsdealzhobomodo11EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink You're about to spend a couple glorious months outside in the sun, and the easiest way to bring your tunes beyond the reach of a power outlet is a portable Bluetooth speaker. Good thing that both Jawbone Jamboxes just got an across-the-board price cut. There are a lot of Bluetooth speakers crowding the market, and the venerable Jambox line is now almost three years old, so it would make sense that it's in line for a permanent price cut. Sure, there are other—potentially superior—options, but if you're looking for the "standard," you can't go wrong with the Jambox or its larger brother, the Big Jambox. Jambox prices fluctuate regularly, but right now the original Jambox is $130—tied for the historical low, and the Big Jambox is $250. If you were to run into Best Buy on your way to the shore, you'd probably pay the MSRP. [Amazon]Top Deals• Big Jambox ($250) | Amazon and elsewhere | Originally $300 Advertisement Advertisement • Jambox ($130) | Red | Blue | Black | Grey | Amazon | Originally $200, street price $150Need Memory? Amazon's Gold Box deal today is on a variety of SanDisk memory cards. Don't buy the hype—there isn't a single product thats "60% off," but a lot of really nice memory options are at or close to their lowest historical price. Of note: Sandisk's Ultra MicroSD, named by Wirecutter as their favorite Micro SD card, is $43 for 64GB, which is a great price. Get it if you wanna add some storage space to your Android phone. Also, regular-sized SD cards, SSDs, and flash drives. [Amazon]Accessories• 8GB Kingston Flash Drive ($5) | Best Buy via Deals Kinja | Originally $10 • 3-Pack Generic Lightning Cables ($6) | iTechDeals via Deals Kinja • Logitech K310 ($15) | Originally $25• WD My Net N900 HD Dual-Band Gigabit Router ($60) | Staples via Deals Kinja | Originally $80 Miscellaneous• Wall Outlet w/ USB Ports ($17) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $20 • EVGA GTX 680 Signature ($450) | Newegg via Hard Forum | Originally $500 | MIR on page Advertisement Sponsored • 20% off CVS | CVS via Brand Name Coupons | Use coupon code 20SITEWIDEGamingPC • Singularity [Steam] ($7) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals • The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct [Steam] ($40) | Amazon via Dealzon | Normally $50• Alan Wake + DLC + American Nightmare ($4) | Steam Advertisement • Grand Theft Auto Trilogy [Mac] ($10) | Mac Game Store via 9to5ToysXbox• 4 mo Xbox Live + 1500 Points ($15) | Best Buy via Deals Kinja | Originally $20 • Borderlands 2 ($28) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals Advertisement Advertisement • Arkham City GOTY ($15) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains• GTA IV Complete ($40) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals• Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 ($40) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals Advertisement • Buy 2 Select Games Get 1 Free | Best Buy | Choices include Portal 2 and Dead Island GOTYPS3• Borderlands 2 ($28) | Best Buy via Daily Game Deals Advertisement Advertisement • Starhawk ($13) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals• The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct ($30) | Amazon | Normally $50 Clothing• Levis 514 Rigid ($20) | Urban Outfitters via Reddit | Originally $60Dumb TV → Smart TVNah.Physical Media• The Complete Star Wars on Blu-ray ($70) | Best Buy via Fatwallet | Originally $130 Advertisement • Terminator 1+2+3+Salvation [Blu-ray] ($26) | Amazon via Daily DVD Deals• Amazon has a collection of Criterion Blu-rays at 50% off, which is a rare discount.Digital Media• FREE Warped Tour '13 15 Song Sampler | Amazon via DealsLaptops• 15.6" Cheap Asus Laptop ($280) | Groupon via Dealzon | Originally $400DesktopsNope.Tablets $20 off any Kindle Fire HD with the code DADSFIRE, which as coupon codes go, is pretty hilarious. 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[Amazon via Nikon Rumors]Bare Drives• 240GB Sandisk Extreme SSD ($150) | Amazon via Gizmodo | Originally $190 AppsiOS• Taptalk ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $3 Advertisement Advertisement • Star Wars Pinball ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2• Wake Alarm ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2• Dexter the Game 2 ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $3iPad Only• Real Piano HD Pro ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $3 Advertisement • Cut The Rope: Time Travel HD ($2) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $3Android• Chopper Mike ($1) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $3 Advertisement • Pac-Man Championship ($2) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $4• Final Fantasy III [Kindle] ($8) | Amazon via apps-aholic | Normally $15Hobomodo• Free Pet Safety Kit ($0) | ASCPA via Reddit Advertisement Keep up with Kif Leswing on Kinja and Twitter. 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