I don't know about you, but I never seem to have enough HDMI cables.
Maybe Obviously it's because I live in a gear-heavy household (Roku boxes everywhere!), so I'm always looking to pad my supply.
Today's deal ought to last me awhile. Today only, and while supplies last, 1SaleADay has a six-pack of 10-foot gold-tip HDMI cables for $12.99 shipped. That works out to about $2.16 per cable, which is less than what you'd typically pay for a single 6-footer.
By now I suspect that most people (or at least most CNET readers) know: they're all pretty much the same.
These are high-speed HDMI 1.4 cables, meaning they're capable of transmitting 3D -- for all nine of you who have 3D Blu-ray players and TVs and all three who actually use them to watch 3D movies.
One of the listed features is Ethernet, suggesting that the cables also support Ethernet over HDMI -- for all zero of you who have a need for that feature.
Anyway, the bottom line: half a dozen extra-long HDMI cables for about a dozen dollars. What's not to like? (Maybe this: 1SaleADay notes you should "Please allow up to seven days for your order to ship." Translation, based on past experience: it could take two to three weeks for your order to arrive.)
Bonus deal: These probably won't last long, but while supplies last, Best Buy has the refurbished Kindle Fire for $84.99 when you apply coupon code BEMINE15 at checkout. You'll have to pick it up in-store, but at least you won't be on the hook for any shipping charges. This is the first-generation Fire; it comes with a 90-day Geek Squad warranty.
Bonus deal No. 2: Got Xbox? For a limited time, Amazon has an Xbox Live Gold 12-month Subscription card for $34.99 shipped. Regular price: $59.99. I don't love having to pay for Gold just to get features like online gaming and Netflix streaming, but at least now I don't have to pay full price for it.
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