Earlier this morning we blipped that Barnes & Noble is selling current-generation Nooks for as low as $130. You might have missed it among the Apple announcements. But it's worth a second look, because this is one of the best Android tablet deals we've ever seen.

As a "Father's Day Promotion," Barnes & Noble is offering the 7" Nook HD 16GB for $130, and the 9" Nook HD+ for $150. These are very nice tablets that have full access to the Google Play store—which means you can install basically any Android app on them, no rooting necessary. Both Nooks have great screens, but neither includes a camera.

We've never seen a new current-generation Android tablet come anywhere close to this price without major rebate shenanigans. Please note, however, that this sale is hardly a surprise. Barnes & Noble's been running compelling sales on the Nook on a regular basis this year—in fact, there was a in-store trial for this exact sale two months ago. Reports even speculate that Barnes & Noble might be getting out of the tablet game—which would make this the best "discontinued" tablet sale since the HP Touchpad. [Barnes & Noble]

Top Deals

8GB Nook HD ($130) | Barnes & Noble | Originally $200

16GB Nook HD+ ($150) | Barnes & Noble | Originally $260

15% Off Herman Miller — Including Aeron and Embody Chairs

Iconic American furniture maker Herman Miller's semi-annual sale ends today—so today's your last chance to get the Embody, and all the other high-end task chairs—at 15% off. Anyone got a grand I can borrow? [Gizmodo]


MLB Rubik's Cube ($5) | Tanga via Ben's Bargains | Originally $10

Bamboo Solo Stylus ($13) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $20

Logitech Touch Mouse ($30) | Staples via Ben's Bargains | Originally $40

1TB Toshiba Portable HD ($64) | Amazon via 9to5Toys | Originally $100


CRKT Eat'N Tool ($4) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $10

Darth Vader Cake Pan ($11) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $15

$50 Ebay Gift Card ($45) | Ebay via Slickdeals | Originally $50

Leouis Garneau Quartz Bike Helmet ($80) | REI via Ben's Bargains | Originally $130 | 20% off in cart


GTX 680 Classified Graphics Card ($480) | Newegg via Hard Forum | Originally $600MIR on page


The Haswell-packing Macbook Airs announced today come with a very nifty $100 price cut.



Green Man Gaming Pre-order Sale| Use code GMG25-GDSAK-7FPWQ
Arkham Origins ($37.50)
Company of Heroes 2 ($45)
Civ V Brave New World ($20)
FFXIV: A Realm Reborn ($22.50)

FREE Bundle #7 is live with 5 new indies.

Gamefly Summer Sale | Use code GFDJUN20
Dead Space 1 + 2 + 3 ($32)
Crysis 1 +2 +3 ($40)
Mass Effect Trilogy ($16)
BioShock Infinite ($28)

Guilty Gear X2 #Reload + Isuka ($3.50) | GOG

Skyrim Legendary Edition [Steam] ($45) | Gamezebo | Normally $60


Fable III for FREE. Kotaku coverage here and here. You need to be a Gold member.

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen ($30) | Amazon
Bioshock Infinite ($40) | Amazon


Playstation Plus Memberships | Best Buy via DealNews
12-month ($40)
3-month ($13) | Free Reward Zone membership required


Metal Gear Solid Legacy Collection is now available for pre-order, just a heads up.

Injustice: Gods Among Us ($40) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen ($30) | Amazon
Bioshock Infinite ($40) | Amazon


Pre-Earpod Apple Earbuds ($5.3) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $10


Under Armour Compression Shorts ($11) | Ebay via Slickdeals | Originally "Like, I've paid $30 a pair for these"

Dumb TV → Smart TV

While everyone's waiting for bated breath to see if the Apple TV gets apps and games (magic 8-ball says NOT LIKELY) Roku's had them for years.

Roku 3 ($90) | Target via Fatwallet | Originally $100 | Use coupon code ROKU10

Physical Media

30 Rock: Season 3 on DVD ($10) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $15 | Streaming available on Netflix

Ted on Blu-ray ($12) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $20

52 Weeks WaPo Sunday ($26) | Living Social via Tk | Originally $Tk | Some reports that WaPo is throwing in home delivery too, great way to scale the paywall, DC only sorry

Game of Thrones [Blu-ray/DVD] ($35) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $50

Digital Media

About a month ago, we posted a MLB.TV premium subscription that cost $57 for the rest of the season. That was a pretty great deal, but a month later it's been topped. Right now you can stream the rest of the MLB season for $50—blackouts excluded, of course. [MLB.TV]

MLB.TV rest of the season ($50) | via 9to5Toys | Normally $115

Half Off MediaFire Premium Plans

Hate waiting for your 60 second queue before you download from Mediafire? They're knocking half off all their premium plans for the next week or so—meaning a Pro account starts at $2.50 per month. [Mediafire]






Check out those Nooks!

Refurb Kindle Fire ($90) | Daily Steals via Ben's Bargains | Originally $120


LG 42" 3D Slim LED TV ($398) | Walmart via Deals




Olympus is running a promotion on lenses for thier well-reviewed mirrorless system. Details and other camera deals over at [Wirecutter Deals]

Sony NEX-6L w/ Kit Lens ($800) | Amazon via Wirecutter Deals | Originally $900

Bare Drives

1TB Seagate 2.5" Hybrid Drive ($96) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $130 | Gold Box

3TB Seagate Barracuda Bare Drive ($110) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $130



Simply North ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2

Toy Defense ($0) | iTunes via 9to5Toys | Originally $3

Rayman Jungle Run ($1) | iTunes via 9to5Toys | Originally $5

iTeleport VNC ($5) | iTunes via 9to5Toys | Originally $25

iPad Only

Sketchbook Pro for iPad ($3) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5


World of Goo ($1) | Google Play

Toy Defense 2 ($1) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $2

Blacklist+ Pro ($1) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $6

Abalone ($1.79) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $3.49


Autodesk Sketchbook Pro ($30) | Mac App Store via 9to5Toys | Originally $60

Trine 2 ($3) | Mac App Store

Guilty Gear X2 #Reload + Isuka ($3.50) | GOG


Free Zest Soap ($0) | Zest via Facebook via Reddit | Originally $1

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

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