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[Deal Alert] Amazon Gold Box Discounts The Refurbished Kindle Fire HD 8.9 LTE By $80 ($219) Today Only

[Deal Alert] Amazon Gold Box Discounts The Refurbished Kindle Fire HD 8.9 LTE By $80 ($219) Today Only

If you want a mid-sized tablet with a high-resolution screen, LTE connectivity, and you don't mind going with Amazon's ecosystem, but don't want to spend much money, today's Gold Box deal should be particularly compelling. The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 LTE version (the previous high-end Kindle Fire model, from late 2012) is discounted by $80 today, bringing its price down to $219.

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There's just one catch: it's a refurbished model.

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[Deal Alert] 16GB Refurbished 2013 Nexus 7 Going For $149 On eBay, 32GB For $169

[Deal Alert] 16GB Refurbished 2013 Nexus 7 Going For $149 On eBay, 32GB For $169

A brand new 2013 Nexus 7 will set you back $229 to $269, depending on how much memory is crammed inside. This isn't a bad price considering the quality and capability of the hardware, but who doesn't love for cheap things to be even cheaper? So here's a deal that does just that. You can currently pick up a refurbished 16GB Nexus 7 on eBay for just $149. Yeah, it's not new, but it's not full price either.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished Original Galaxy Gear Available On eBay Daily Deals Today For $99

[Deal Alert] Refurbished Original Galaxy Gear Available On eBay Daily Deals Today For $99

The original Galaxy Gear was a tough sell at $299. Heck, even at the $199 price you can find it for these days, it's still a tough sell. Let's be honest, even paying that much for any of the quarter-dozen Gears Samsung replaced the gadget with takes some convincing. But $99? That's a number I can get behind, and it's one I'm sure some of you can as well. Today eBay Daily Deals has the Galaxy Gear, refurbished, available in three colors for precisely that amount.

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[Deal Alert] Best Buy Offering Refurbished First Generation Galaxy Gears For Just $99 Today Only

[Deal Alert] Best Buy Offering Refurbished First Generation Galaxy Gears For Just $99 Today Only

The original Galaxy Gear wasn't for everyone (particularly people who don't own a Samsung phone). It also suffered from limited app compatibility and a quirky interface. Its biggest drawback, though, was the price: $299. That's a lot to ask for a smartwatch that only does a handful of things. But what about $99? That's how much Best Buy is currently selling refurbished models of the device for as part of today's deal of the day.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition 16GB On Sale For $375 At Newegg, 32GB For $405

[Deal Alert] Refurbished Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition 16GB On Sale For $375 At Newegg, 32GB For $405

Looking for a high-end Galaxy Note tablet that doesn't cost over seven hundred freakin' dollars? Then head over to Newegg, where the slightly older and slightly smaller Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is on sale in refurbished form. You can pick up a 16GB version of the tablet for $374.99, a full $175 off the original retail price, or a 32GB version for $404.99, a whopping $195 off.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished 16GB Nexus 7 2013 Is $193.99 ($244.99 For 32GB) At Newegg Plus $50 Visa Rebate Card

[Deal Alert] Refurbished 16GB Nexus 7 2013 Is $193.99 ($244.99 For 32GB) At Newegg Plus $50 Visa Rebate Card

The Nexus 7 2013 is already one of the best tablet deals around, but you can never have too much money. To that end, you might want to know that Newegg currently has both the 16GB and 32GB WiFi models on sale, at least for refurbished options. The 16GB version is $193.99, a bit less than $50 off the retail price, and the 32GB version is $244.99, $25 off of the new model.

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[Deal Alert] 16GB Refurbished Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Available At Walmart For $400, 32GB For $430

[Deal Alert] 16GB Refurbished Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Available At Walmart For $400, 32GB For $430

The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 typically costs you roughly $500, but Walmart's currently willing to part with one online for around $400 instead. Sure, there's a catch. It's refurbished. But if that doesn't bother you, you can get a 16GB version for $399.99. The 32GB option is going for just $30 more. Both are available in black and white.

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To make this deal even better, you can get $21.50 off the 32GB option if you pay using a Discover card.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Is $229.99 ($170 Off Retail) At Groupon

[Deal Alert] Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Is $229.99 ($170 Off Retail) At Groupon

The newer Samsung tablets like the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 might have better technical hardware than the year-old Note 8.0, but they've also got some sky-high prices. If you want a good deal on a mid-size tablet with a stylus and digitizer, Groupon has a refurbished model of the Galaxy Note 8.0 for just $229.99. The deal includes free shipping, but it's only available for another five days and change.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished 2013 Nexus 7, 16GB For $159.99 On Ebay [Update: Price Went Up]

[Deal Alert] Refurbished 2013 Nexus 7, 16GB For $159.99 On Ebay [Update: Price Went Up]

Update: The seller raised the price up to $199.99. Time to look elsewhere.

The 2013 Nexus 7 is about 6 months into its lifecycle and that means the refurbished units are making their way out to the deal sites. Just a few days ago Woot had both 16GB and 32GB models on sale for $169.99 and $199.99, respectively. Today, we have a seller on eBay with the 16GB model for only $159.99.

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[Deal Alert] Woot Has The Nexus 7 2013 On Sale: 16GB For $169.99, 32GB For $199.99 (Refurbished)

[Deal Alert] Woot Has The Nexus 7 2013 On Sale: 16GB For $169.99, 32GB For $199.99 (Refurbished)

Looking for a rock-solid 7-inch tablet that runs the latest version of Android? Woot has the best deal we've seen yet on Google and Asus' Nexus 7 2013, so long as you're OK with a refurbished model. Tech.Woot.com is offering the 16GB WiFi version of the tablet for $169.99 and the 32GB version for $199.99, today only. That's $60 and $70 off the new retail price, respectively.

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You're not going to find a better price on a tablet with these specifications - the 1080p screen alone would push other hardware past the $250 mark, with the exception of the Kindle Fire HDX.

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