Nintendo created three gorgeous books that are must-owns for any Legend of Zelda fan, and all three are on sale today. They aren’t all-time low prices (except for the Zelda Encyclopedia, which comes out next year), but they’re solid discounts off what you’d normally pay, so you won’t have to break too many pots or cut…
The entire series of Battlestar Galactica is down to $37 today on Blu-ray, which is far and away the best price we’ve ever seen. That’s a big frakking deal.
The Rick and Morty fandom recently surged ahead of Boston sports fans as the most deranged and obnoxious group of people in the country, but the show really is quite good, and you can buy the second season on Blu-ray for $13 right now.
The Onion “obtained” 700 pages of internal documents from the Trump White House, and they’re being compiled into a book that you can preorder on Amazon for an all-time low price.
Wonder Woman was the rarest of all things: A good DC Comics film. You can own it forever via Amazon Instant Video for just $10 right now, if you’re a Prime member. Go watch and enjoy it before Justice League ruins everything again.
This 30-DVD collection includes all the classics like original Dracula, Frankenstein, She-Wolf of London, The Mummy, and much more at the grave-digger price of $50.
The Dark Tower was a very bad movie, but don’t let that turn you off of the excellent books. Download the first two to your Kindle for just $3 each today.
Shopping for a Jurassic Park fan (or yourself) this holiday season? All four films (including the semi-recent Jurassic World) are down to just $24 in one awesome Blu-ray set, complete with two discs full of bonus features.
It’s only $36 for The Office: The Complete Series DVD set. I want you think about this deal long and hard.
The Nightingale is a former #1 New York Times bestseller, is being adapted into a major motion picture, and has a 4.8 star rating from over 35,000 Amazon shoppers. It’s a good book, is basically what I’m getting at, and you can download it for just $2 today.
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In what I assume is recompense for all the horrible movies we’ve been subjected to recently (Wonder Woman excluded), a whole bunch of digital DC comics are free right now on Amazon. There’s no catch, no membership requirement, and no limit to how many you can download.
At $8 per month (for Prime members), Amazon Music Unlimited was already more affordable than Spotify Premium or Apple Music, but Amazon’s sweetening the pot right now with a $5 Amazon.com credit when you sign up for a free trial with promo code MUSIC5.
Getting started with Bitcoin can be daunting, but everything you need to know about cryptocurrencies and the blockchain tech that powers them is covered with Humble’s latest ebook bundle. 14 different titles are spread across three different price tiers, and you can get them all for just $15, or six for as little as…
It’s the lowest price ever for every episode of Parks and Recreation DVD box set. It’s easily worth the $19 for Ron Swanson quotes, and when you throw in Tom/Donna friendship, $19 is a steal.
Averaging at just $3 per film, this set of six classic monster movie is a Halloween-must. It includes all the original 1930s - 1940s versions of Dracula, Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, The Invisible Man, and The Mummy, plus a ton of bonus footage and commentary.
Its 2017 reboot aside, Prison Break was a very dumb, but mostly very enjoyable show, and you can own the first four seasons (you’re not missing anything from season 5) on Blu-ray for $40, today only. The money you saved can go towards Jamba Juice.