Holiday Helpdesk Deals

The hottest holiday deals from the Holiday Helpdesk

The Holiday Help Desk really is about helping. And that means helping you save money too. Once an hour during the help desk we got special deals from Shopper.com to announce. Just some ways of saving money on gadgets to say thank you for hanging out with CNET. So take a look below for the details on our shopping deals.



Desktops
CompUSA -CompUSA.com has the HP Pavilion a6200n for $559.99, after a $50 mail-in rebate, plus free shipping. Regular price is $609.99 Sale price is $559.99 Savings $50 Offer ends 1/5/2008


Car Tech
J&R Music and Computer World has the Delphi XM Roady XT XM Radio Tuner for $29.88, after a $20.11 Savings and $20 mail-in rebate. Regular price is $69.99 Sale price is $29.88 Savings $40.11 Offer ends 12/29/2007


Gaming
J&R has the Madden NFL 07 (PC) for $9.99, after a $29.90 savings Regular price is $39.89 Sale price is $9.99 Savings $29.90


Home Theater
ProjectorPeople.com has the ASK Proxima M8 DLP Projector for $1349, after a $150 savings. Regular price is $1499 Sale price is $1349 Savings $150

Cameras
B&H Photo Video has the Olympus Evolt E-510 (body only) for $495.95, after a $100 instant rebate. Regular price is $595.95 Sale price is $495.95 Savings $100

GPS
TigerDirect.com has the Navigon 7100 for $409.99, after a $50 mail-in rebate. Regular price is $459.99 Sale price is $409.99 Savings $50 Offer ends 12/31/2007

MP3
Circuit City has the MS Zune 30GB for $199.99, after a $50 savings. Regular price is $249.99 Sale price is $199.99 Savings $50

TV's
Circuit City has the Polaroid 1911-TLXB 19 inch HDTV for $319.99, after a $10 savings. Regular price is $329.99 Sale price is $319.99 Savings $10

Laptops
B&H Photo Video has the HP Pavilion dv6605us for $699.99, after a $50 mail-in rebate. Regular price is $749.99 Sale price is $699.99 Savings $50 Offer ends 1/5/2008

 

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