Admit it, you love to save a few bucks if the opportunity comes along, especially if it requires almost no effort. That should make Amazon's latest promotion pretty attractive to most of our readers. All you have to do is install the Amazon 1Button App for Chrome, and the next time you spend $25 or more, you will receive an automatic $5 discount on the purchase price. How can you pass this up?
You know the Nexus 7 by now, so here's the deal. This is the 2013 model with 16GB of storage. If you head on over to eBay now, you can get a new one for $179.00. The usual price is $229.99.
That's right, this is a savings of $51. That's a 22% discount, and it's more than enough reason to consider picking up a Nexus 7, if not for you, then for someone else who can get by with 16GB of storage.
Hey, do you remember the time when we posted about that really awesome password manager that could automatically log into most of your apps and websites with just one tap? Just like that other password manager, you could pay the annual subscription fee of $12 for unlimited storage, that's a decent option... But what if I told you that StackSocial is offering lifetime memberships to PasswordBox for just $9.99? I think you might have a hard time passing that up!
Here's a good one for our friends across the pond: if you've been thinking about picking up a Nexus 5 but didn't want to shell out £339 in the Play Store, Clove has you covered. For a limited time (till stock runs out, I assume by the wording), you can score the 32GB N5 for £280 (including VAT), which is a pretty significant savings over Google's store.
You've got a lot of options for high-end Android devices just at the moment, with the HTC One M8 out and the LG G3 coming soon. But if you want something for Verizon right now and your funds are limited, you could do a lot worse than the Samsung Galaxy S5. Amazon's wireless portal has the phone on Big Red for just fifty bones, assuming you're a new customer or you're adding a new phone line.
Do you want your phone to charge wirelessly and be all cozy on a tiny pillow? Then the Nokia DT-901 Fatboy charging pillow is what you want. Problem is, it's usually a rather expensive charger, upwards of $60 on Amazon and $79 on AT&T. Not today, though. You can get one for $5 (or even less if you're especially keen) with free shipping on AT&T's site. Way better than that Verizon pillow.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is a massive tablet, as it's a dozen inches of Android tablet that costs as much as a decent laptop. This thing is still going for $549.99 to $649.99 elsewhere, but a refurbished one is currently up on eBay for just $399.99. That's a pretty big savings of at least $150.