Dreamhost, our sibling site Lifehacker's favorite web host, is offering an exclusive deal for Dealzmodo readers. You can follow this link and get a year of Dreamhost shared web hosting for $19.40, plus a free domain name for a year. The plan comes with a couple of nice features, like user-friendly one-click installations for Wordpress and Drupal. Usually this plan costs $120 per year, not including the domain name registration.

It's a solid deal if you were looking for your own little patch of the Internet. Dreamhost's reason for offering this deal is that you'll start your site on their hosting and then stick with it after your cheap year is done. And in the interest of full disclosure, yes, we're making money when you sign up. But you can absolutely cancel after a year if you're okay with site migration, and I also think it's a good deal for you, or else we wouldn't post it on Dealzmodo.


Bottom line: a year of shared hosting and a domain name from a legit web company for $20 is a bargain. Now you can host that huge .rar of animated GIFs you've been collecting for years. This offer is good through Friday. Check it out. [Dreamhost]

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Over the weeekend Eric Limer posted a short about Barnes & Noble's free Nook Simple Touch when you buy a Nook HD+ promotion. The Nook HD+ is $269, and the Nook Simple Touch — an excellent e-reader — is $70. So this is a pretty good deal, but it's hard to overlook the fact that for that kind of money, you can get a Nexus 7 and a Kindle, and both Amazon and Google have much clearer futures than Barnes & Noble. If you want to pick up this deal, it's over at [Nook].

This Could Be The Best Thinkgeek Code So Far This Year

Hey, we're big fans of Thinkgeek at Gizmodo, and at Dealzmodo we love to promote ThinkGeek codes. We've seen a bunch of 20% off codes, and those are sweet. But the code SPACETAIL takes a straight $20 off $60, and the code works on shipping too. Thank space dogs. This code means if you optimize your purchase, you could end up getting 33% off at Thinkgeek. Pretty excellent. [Thinkgeek]


25Ft HDMI Cable ($5) | Meritline via Hard Forum | Originally $10 | Try coupon code MLCKYM25L1
32GB Silicon Power Blaze USB 3.0 Flash Drive ($15) | Amazon via Storageaholic | Originally $30
2TB Seagate Backup Plus Hard Drive ($95) | Amazon via Wirecutter Deals | Originally $160


TracBall Snowball Maker ($2) | Urban Outfitters via Ben's Bargains | Originally $10
Save $5 on Livingsocial | Living Social via 9to5toys | Use coupon code BESTOF
Nik Photography Plugins ($150) | Google via The Verge | Originally $500




Polk Outdoor Speakers ($80) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $130 | Try coupon code NEWCUSTOMER if you are a new customer, otherwise $90 is still a good price
Sennheiser CX150 Earbuds ($12) | Newegg via Fatwallet | Originally $30 | Use promo code EMCXTVP84


Tomb Raider [PC Download] ($35) | Amazon via Hard Forum | Originally $60
Tomb Raider [PS3 and Xbox] ($42) | Amazon via Gamingaholic | Originally $60
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars ($10) | Steam | Originally $20
Assassin's Creed III [Xbox, PS3, Wii U] ($30) | Amazon | Originally $60
Bioshock [Mac] ($10) | Mac App Store via Best App Sales | Originally $20
Bioshock 2 [Mac] ($12) | Mac App Store via Best App Sales | Originally $25
Dungeon Defenders ($3.74) | Steam | Originally $15

Physical Media


Digital Media

Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon ($3) | Amazon via Fatwallet | Originally $10

Every Episode of Every Season of Some Good Shows Are Free on Comcast.

We're So Close To Flip Flop Season

I'm starting to think this spring thing might actually be happening, and although I would never show my feet in public — not my style — I know lots of dudes love brown flip flops. Specifically, brown flip flops from Rainbow. People really swear by these sandals. At Amazon right now, they're $37 in a variety of sizes and colors, which is about $12 less than they normally go for. [Amazon]


Dockers Alpha Khaki ($30) | Urban Outfitters via Reddit | Originally $60 | Limited sizes left
Red Core Naked and Famous ($105) | Nordstrom via Reddit | Originally $210 | Giz coverage, fades here
Free Shipping at Urban Outfitters | Urban Outfitters via Reddit
30% Off Banana Republic Sale | Banana Republic via Ben's Bargains | Use coupon code BRSALE30

Dumb TV → Smart TV



15" Vizio Ultrabook with 128GB SSD ($600) | Amazon via Laptopaholic | Originally $1000 | 1080p screen and 128GB SSD in a not horrible body for $600? You could do worse.


Go away.


Used 32GB iPad 3 ($370) | Cowboom via Dealzon | Originally $450


HP 27" LED Monitor ($250) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $300
24" IPS Asus 1080p Monitor ($260) | Newegg via Dealzon | Originally $300 | Use coupon code EMCXTVP48
46" 1080p Insignia HDTV ($400) | Best Buy via HDTVaholic | Originally $500



Nikon Coolpix AW100 ($200) | Best Buy via Best Buy | Originally $250 | Giz review here
Rokinon 8mm Fisheye Lens [Canon] ($279) | Buydig via Dealmac | Originally $350 | Use coupon code ROK70
Nik Photography Plugins ($150) | Google via The Verge | Originally $500

Bare Drives

256GB Crucial M4 ($180) | Newegg via Storageaholic | Originally $220 | Use coupon code EMCXTVP45



Captain Antartica ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $1
Street Fighter II Collection ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $4
Mega Man X ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5
Street Fighter X Tekken Mobile ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $3
Sonic Dash ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2
Audiobus ($5) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $10 | Encore because this is an awesome app

iPad Only

Captain Antartica HD ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $3


Creatorverse ($0) | Amazon Appstore via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $5
Sonic 4 Episode II ($1) | Google Play via Appsaholic | Originally $7
Super Hexagon ($1) | Google Play via Appsaholic | Originally $3 | Encore because this is an awesome game
Metal Slug X ($2) | Google Play via Appsaholic | Originally $4


Bioshock ($10) | Mac App Store via Best App Sales | Originally $20
Bioshock 2 ($12) | Mac App Store via Best App Sales | Originally $25


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