The Best Deals for June 19, 2014

Thursday brings with it another list of great deals. Check out yesterday's collection if you missed it.


Top Deals


Steam Summer Sale Day One

Sony NEX-6L/B 16.1 MP Compact Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera ($498) | Amazon

Mini Cree Led Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Light Lamp ($4) | Amazon

Gerber 31-001134 Dime Micro Tool ($11) | Amazon

Best of Warner Bros. 50 Film Blu-ray Collection ($200) | Best Buy

$50 off Retina iPad Minis | Best Buy | Plus another $50 off with a .edu email address.

$120-$14o off iMacs | Best Buy | Plus an additional $150 off for students

Dell 28 inch Ultra HD 4K Monitor ($550) | Rakuten

Get a $5 Digital Credit for Buying Select "New and Upcoming" Digital PC Games at Amazon

Samsung Electronics 840 EVO-Series 1TB SSD ($400) | Amazon

BenQ W1070 1080P 3D Home Theater Projector ($730) | Amazon

Drinkwell Original Pet Fountain ($20) | Amazon | Other pet fountains and gear also on sale today.

Wahl 9160-210 Pet Clipper Kit ($16) | Amazon

Rabbit Wine Bottle Transporter ($17) | Amazon

Maverick Pro-Temp Commercial Thermometer ($46) | Amazon

24 Can Jumbo Zipperless Cooler ($19) | Amazon


Tech


Storage

Power

Headphones

Home Theater

TVs and Projectors

Home Audio

Streaming Boxes

Computers

Peripherals

Accessories

Networking

PC Parts

Phones

Accessories

Tablets

Accessories

Photography

Lenses

Accessories

Action Cams


Media


Games

Gaming Peripherals

PC

Playstation 4

Xbox One

Playstation 3

Xbox 360

Wii U

Playstation Vita

3DS

Board Games

Toys

Movies and Television

Blu-ray

Digital

Television

Anime

DVD (items that are not available on blu-ray)

Books

Digital

Physical

Comics

Magazines

Apps

iOS

Android

Music


Home


Kitchen

Camping and Outdoors

Tools

Auto

Pet Supplies


Fitness



Apparel


Men's Apparel

Women's Apparel


Inventory



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