Four-deal Friday: iPods, Kinects, and pirates, oh my!

One of my favorite deals of the bunch: Lego Pirates of the Caribbean (PC version) for just $9.95--but only for a limited time!

Originally $150, the Kinect Sensor with Kinect Adventures is a steal at $79.95.
Originally $150, the Kinect Sensor with Kinect Adventures is a steal at $79.95. MidnightBox

After the alliterative disaster that was  five-deal Wednesday , I couldn't let Friday go without correcting that disturbance in the Force. Plus, a lot of really good deals appeared on my radar today.

Many of them are today-only and/or limited-time, but all of them are still available and in stock as I write this. In no particular order:

1. Newegg has the 32GB iPod Touch (4th gen) for $269.99 shipped when you apply coupon code EMCKAHG29 at checkout. To clarify, this is the latest model, the one with the retina display and built-in cameras. And it's new, not refurbished.

2. Sorry about yesterday's short-lived Duke Nukem Forever deal. Here's a way better way to spend your $10: Direct2Drive has Lego Pirates of the Caribbean (PC) for $9.95. Everywhere else, it sells for $29.95. These Lego games are cute, clever, and often hilarious--great for kids and adults alike.

3. Speaking of games and fun for the whole family, today only, MidnightBox has the refurbished Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 for $79.95, plus $3.99 for shipping. That's the lowest price I've seen for this kit, which includes Kinect Adventures. Big fan.

4. Looking for a nice big monitor that can double as a TV? Or vice-versa? Circuit City has the Hannspree ST289MUB 28-inch LCD HDTV for $229.99 when you apply coupon code ENI44680. (Alas, shipping adds $15.52.) This is a 1080p TV with two HDMI ports, a 5ms response time, and very positive user ratings overall.

Okay, that's it! Who's in for what?

Have a great weekend, and I'll see you back here on Monday.

 

Join the discussion

Conversation powered by Livefyre

Don't Miss
Hot Products
Trending on CNET

HOT ON CNET

Looking for an affordable tablet?

CNET rounds up high-quality tablets that won't break your wallet.