The Lumia 920 is the best Windows 8 phone you can currently buy. Sure, it might have a little too much junk in the trunk, but that girth houses the king of smartphone cameras. It's built like a tank. And although Windows Phone 8 is still a little behind in app availability, it's catching up every day. If you've wanted to give the Microsoft mobile operating system a try, there's never been a better time—AT&T is running a one-day sale where a Lumia 920 is free with a new contract. Of course, there's still the cost of the contract, but that's easy to overlook when you're live-tiling it up. Those tiles—they're so alive. [AT&T]

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Also, if you wanted the HTC First, the heralded Facebook phone—and the only HTC LTE phone that can run stock Android—it's only a buck after contract. [AT&T]

Top Deals

• Lumia 920 with 2-Year AT&T Contract ($0) | AT&T

• HTC First with 2-Year AT&T Contract ($1) | AT&T

For a steady stream of true deals, updated daily, check out deals.kinja.com. And if you've got a Kinja account, click that little grey (+) next to the banner to follow. [Deals Kinja]

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Accessories

• 16GB Samsung SDHC Card ($12.59) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $20 | Use coupon code EMCXRXN64

• 128GB Lexar Pro SD Card ($119) | Adorama via Photography Bay | Originally $150

• 1TB LaCie Thunderbolt HD ($150) | MacMall via 9to5Toys | Originally $300

Miscellaneous

• Chef Works Apron ($9.85) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20

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• LEGO Architecture White House ($35) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $50

• Fenix Cree XP-G LD22 Flashlight ($40) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $60

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Gaming

PC

The Humble Double Fine Bundle [PC/Mac/Linux]
• Pay anything to get Costume Quest, Stacking, Psychonauts
• Pay ($1+) for [Steam] keys
• Beat the average ($8.09+) to get Brutal Legend
• Pay ($35) to pre-order Broken Age (and get everything else)

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Tropico Bundle | IndieGala
• Pay what you want for Tropico Reloaded, min. $1 for [Steam] key
• Pay ($5.20+) for Tropico 3 - Steam Special Edition
• Pay ($9.10+) for Tropico 4 - Steam Special Edition

• The FREE Bundle #6 | 5 games including The Silver Lining

• Dishonored ($30) | Steam via Hard Forum | Originally $60

PS3

• Mass Effect Trilogy ($40) | Amazon via Deals

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• Pre-order Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix ($40) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals | Includes limited edition art book.

• Skyrim ($30) | Amazon

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Xbox

• Mass Effect Trilogy ($40) | Amazon via Deals

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• FREE Doritos Crash Course 2 | Microsoft

• Skyrim ($30) | Amazon
• Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning ($20) | Amazon
• Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition ($20) | Amazon

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As always, for more gaming deals you've got to check out the Moneysaver over on Kotaku.

Audio

• Sennheiser PMX680 Sports Earubds ($24) | VMInnovations via Edealinfo | Originally $30 | Try coupon code FACEBOOK

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• AKG HD 142 Open Headphones ($73) | World Wide Stereo via Dealmac | Originally $100 | Use coupon code DNEWS142

Clothing

• JC Penney Oxford Cloth Shirt ($21) | JC Penney via Reddit | Originally $40 | Use coupon code SPREE10

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• Buy One Get One Half Off T-Shirts at ThinkGeek | ThinkGeek via Fatwallet

• 30% off J. Crew Sale | J. Crew via Put This On | Use coupon code SUNSHINE

Dumb TV → Smart TV

Nope.

Physical Media

• Sin City ($5) | Best Buy via Deals Kinja | Originally $10

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• Gladiator ($13) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $20

• Chinatown ($15) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $20

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• Django Unchained ($18) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $30

Digital Media

Nah.

Laptops

• Dell Inspiron 13Z ($381) | Newegg via Ben's Bargains | Originally $500

Desktops

• Asus EEE Box w/ 32GB SSD + Atom processor ($189) | Amazon via Fatwallet | Originally $250 | Use coupon code INTELPCS

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• Dell Precision w/ Intel Xeon + NVIDIA Quadro 2000 ($700) | Dell via Edealinfo | Originally $1000

Tablets

• Refurb 7" Samsung Galaxy Tab ($129) | Daily Steals via Ben's Bargains

Screens

• ViewSonic 24" 1080p Monitor ($140) | Amazon via Deals Kinja | Originally $180

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• 50" 1080p Seiki HDTV ($400) | Sears via Edealinfo | Originally $600

• 27" LG IPS Monitor ($700) | Newegg via Dealmac | Originally $850 | Use coupon code EMCYTZT3417

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Portables

• Verizon Microsoft Kin ($25) | Dailysteals via Edealinfo

• Unlocked Blackberry Z10 ($610) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $690 | Use coupon code EMCXRXN222

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Camera

• Canon PowerShot ELPH 520 ($129) | via Photography Bay | Originally $180

• Rokinon 35mm f/1.4 Wide Angle Lens for Canon or Sony ($359) | BuyDig.com via Ben's Bargains | Originally $500 | Use coupon code PhotoPro125

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• Samsung NX100 + 2 Lenses ($400) | B&H Photo via Photography Bay | Originally $600

• Nikon D600 Bundle ($2400) | B&H Photo via Photography Bay | Originally $2800

Bare Drives

• 250GB Samsung 840 SSD ($160) | Rakuten via Ben's Bargains | Originally $200 | Use coupon code 52331CF

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• 500GB Samsung 840 ($325) | Ecost via Edealinfo | Originally $350

Apps

iOS

• AirDisk Pro ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2

• Read Quick ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $4

iPad Only

• Fetch ($3) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $4

Android

• My Kingdom for the Princess ($0) | Amazon Appstore via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $4

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• NFL Kicker 13 ($0) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $2

• Strategy & Tactics: WW II ($1) | Google Play via Reddit | Originally $5

• Liquid Cloud Live Wallpaper ($1) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $2

• Robird ($1) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $2

• IM+ Pro ($2) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $5

• Giana Sisters ($2) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $4

Hobomodo

No freebies.


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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