If you've been looking for a good, tiny MP3 player, the latest and greatest iPod Nano is currently $90 over at Walmart.

For the most part, the iPod Nano is the same basic device that has been around in seven different forms since 2005. It's tiny. It plays music. It's intuitive. But the seventh generation model is also genuinely the best: it's got a slew of Nike+ features for the gym rats, the same aluminum construction as other Apple products, and can even pair with wireless headphones thanks to Bluetooth capabilities. It comes in one size: 16GB.

The $90 Nano Walmart's selling is a refurb—so it won't have the customary Applecare warranty—but at $60 less than a new one and $40 less than a refurb from Apple, it's well worth the risk. [Walmart via 9to5Toys]

Top Deals

Refurbished iPod Nano 7th-Gen ($90) | Walmart | Originally $150


N64-style USB Controller ($12) | Meritline via Dealmac | Originally $20 | Use coupon code MLCKB22SNL1


$1 Domain Name ($1) | 1&1 via Deals Kinja | Originally $10

Giant 8-Cup Bodum French Press + 2 Mugs ($40) | Bodum via Ben's Bargains | Originally $60 | Use coupon code SPRINGFS

Fractal Design R4 ($60) | NCIX via Hard Forum | Originally $100

Buy One Get One at Fathead | Fathead via Ben's Bargains | Use coupon code MAYBOGO



It's the last day for most of the discounts at Amazon's Mayhem sale.

Alan Wake + American Nightmare [Steam] (Pay what you want) | Humble

Metro: Last Light Season Pass ($12) | Green Man Gaming via Dealzon | Use code GMG20-LLASD-D8WBQ


Rome: Total War Gold ($1) | Gamestop via TechBargains | Use code ROME-DYPR-XJSJ-MGBT


Alan Wake [Live] ($5) | Microsoft via Deals

Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition ($15) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals


Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition ($15) | Amazon via Daily Game Deals

Far Cry 3 ($30) | Amazon


I have these headphones. They're amazing headphones—and they're also bit of an industry standard for people who need quality neutral sound. Right now they're $55 at Amazon, which is a pretty solid price. I paid $20 more than that and they don't go on sale often. [Amazon]

Sony MDR-V6 ($54.41) | Amazon | Originally $70

Image Line Sawer Virtual Synthesizer Software ($40) | Musician's Friend | Originally $100


Timbuk2, the San Francisco-based maker of messenger bags, is holding a 25% off MSRP sale on their website. Amazon has price-matched. These aren't the hottest Timbuk2 deals we've ever seen, but when backpack-buying season starts up in earnest—say, August—I don't think you'll be able to find a deal like this. [Amazon]


40% off J. Crew Factory | J. Crew Factory via Fatwallet | Use coupon code FZJ4XTEVT

Dumb TV → Smart TV

Six Dollar TV Antenna ($6.49) | Meritline via Ben's Bargains | Use coupon code MLCKBM21L1

Physical Media

Michael Clayton ($5) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $8

Dark Knight Trilogy on Blu-ray ($20) | Fry's via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $30

Digital Media

If you hadn't heard, Redbox does streaming now, and as an enticement to get you to make an account and plug your credit card in (although you don't necessarily have to pay anything) they're streaming The Hobbit for free. The Blu-ray's still going for nearly $25. [Redbox via 9to5Toys]


20% off Dell Financial Services | Use coupon code 20ANYDELL


Not today! But last night—briefly—Staples was selling the Microsoft Surface for $400. Here's hoping we see another deal like that soon.


27" Asus 1080p Monitor ($180) | Macmall via 9to5Toys | Originally $220





Bare Drives

120 GB Samsung 840 SSD ($90) | Amazon via Fatwallet | Originally $120

4TB Seagate Bare Drive ($150) | Amazon via 9to5Toys | Originally $190



Dreamworks Dragons ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2

Excel SMS ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $10

Rolling Hero ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $1


Touch Racing Nitro ($1) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $2

2Do ($4) | Google Play via App-sales | Originally $7


Image Line Sawer Virtual Synthesizer Software ($40) | Musician's Friend | Originally $100


Free Toothpaste | Arm & Hammer

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