It’s the last weekend before Halloween, and you know what that means. No, not costumes and parties. It means lots of pumpkin beers, comfy couches, a dark room and all eleven sequels of your favorite slasher film franchise. In a row. We’ve asked our friends at TechBargains for a deal on a sweet new TV so you can kick back and get good and frightened.
This scarily good deal from Dell lets you upgrade your setup to a high-res 4K TV with HDR. The 55-inch size is perfect for any home, and you’ll not only save a ton of dough over this TV’s $1,100 retail price, but Dell sweetens the pot with a $250 gift card you could spend on that laptop you also need. It’s a win-win for sure. Take the Samsung UN55MU7000F 55-inch 4K TV home for only $799 with a $250 Dell gift card back to your haunted house today.
This bright green charger is so darn cute that you could string it up with some fishing line and make a necklace out of it. The fact that it’s a reliable, name-brand, pocket-sized charger with enough juice to charge a smartphone is just a bonus. Pick up the Mophie Powerstation 4,000 mAh for $8 with the code 5MOPHIEP.
At this price, you’re not going to get world-class noise-cancelling capabilities or sound quality to rival the Sydney Opera House. What you do get, however, is decent performance at a more-than-worth-it price. These headphones are the best-selling headphones at TechBargains and earn enthusiastic reviews from a very hard-to-please crowd (audiophiles. We’re talking about audiophiles). From a list price of $70, the Cowin E-7 Active Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones can be yours for a mere $40 with discount code 9H9778YO.
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