Today Amazon has the Xbox Series X – without any unnecessary bundle – for sale exclusively for Amazon Prime members. This is currently the only way to get a bundless Xbox Series X console online from a legitimate vendor. In other deal news, Amazon is marking down several SanDisk and Samsung Micro SDXC memory cards and WD hard drives for today only. This is a good opportunity to save on extra storage for your Nintendo Switch, PC, or gaming console. Also, Dell is offering an Alienware RTX 3080 gaming PC at the lowest price we’ve ever seen. It’s a far better deal than buying an RTX 3080 card by itself.
Xbox Series X in Stock on Amazon
Amazon finally has the Xbox Series X console in stock. You’ll need to be logged into your Amazon Prime account in order to get this deal. There’s a good chance that Amazon has a significant amount of stock and this run could last the weekend. However, if you’ve been waiting a while to get your hands on this elusive console, we wouldn’t suggest hesitating.
Alienware Aurora R10 RTX 3080 PC for $1799.99
The RTX 3080 is way more powerful than the previous generation’s best video card, the RTX 2080 Ti, and is the best recommended video card for 4K gaming. The RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3090 are the only cards that are (very slightly) more powerful, but they cost hundreds of dollars more. This particular config is paired with a liquid cooled AMD Ryzen 7 8-core processor, 16GB of RAM, 1TB HDD, and a beefy 1000W power supply.
Amazon 1-Day Flash Memory Sale: Save on Samsung / SanDisk Micro SDXC Memory Cards
Nintendo Switch compatible
Today, Amazon has several SanDisk and Samsung Micro SDXC memory cards, from 128GB all the way to 512GB, on sale. If you prefer to grab your Switch games on Nintendo eShop, you’ll need a reliable microSD card to go with it. This is the one accessory that everyone needs for the Switch. The console only comes with 32GB of built-in storage. Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, for example, already takes up 14GB of storage by itself. Of course, these Micro SDXC cards are universal and can be used in any phone, camera, or portable device that supports the Micro SDXC format.
WD Elements 14TB USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive
If you need every bit of storage space, the biggest hard drives offer the best bang for your buck. For today only, Amazon is offering a massive 14TB desktop hard drive for $199, the lowest price we’ve seen so far this year. That’s only $15 per terabyte.
WD Black P10 Game Drive 5TB USB 3.0 Portable HDD
This is an excellent price for one of the fastest portable hard drives around. It boasts speeds of up to 140MB/s. Sure that’s not as fast as an SSD, but how much are you willing to pay for a 5TB portable SSD drive? $800? $1000? This is the lowest price we’ve seen for the P10 5TB hard drive at only $99.99.
Apple Watch Series 7 45mm GPS Smart Watch
The Series 7 is Apple’s latest and greatest watch. Today, the larger 45mm model is $50 off at Amazon. The biggest upgrade the Series 7 has over the Series 6 is the display. It has the same always-on Retina display, but it’s 20% bigger and features a more crack-resistant front crystal screen. It also adds on even more health-related features, like measuring your blood oxygen or taking an ECG.
Nongshim Shin Original Ramen, 4.2oz (Pack of 20)
It’s back! Score 20 packs of the delicious, easy to make, and not incredibly healthy Nongshim Shin Original Ramen. This makes for excellent stomach-filling sustenance during your prolonged gaming sessions with minimal downtime. With this deal you’re getting each ramen pack for only 83 cents, most likely well below your daily lunch allowance.
ASUS Vivobook 14″ Laptop w/ WQXGA+ OLED Display
This ASUS Vivobook laptop has one of the best laptop displays we’ve seen, especially at this really low price. The 14″ OLED display sports a 16:10 WGXGA+ (2880×1800) resolution with a 100% DCI-P3 color range and Pantone color calibration. It’s paired with an Intel Core i5 processor, Intel Iris Xe graphics, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD. It even has a Thunderbolt 4 port.
$40 Off 2022 Apple iPad Air with M1 Chip
The latest Apple iPad Air features a gorgeous 10.9″ Liquid Retina display with Tru Tone and P3 wide color. It’s also been supercharged with the Apple M1 chip, the same CPU found in the iPad Pro models, making it significantly more powerful than the previous generation model.
Xbox Series S for $269.99
Newegg is offering $30 off a brand new Xbox Series S gaming console after coupon code. This is easily the best discount we’ve seen so far on a current-gen Xbox console, mainly because there simply are no other deals. This deal will probably expire by the end of the day.
Extra 20% Off Southwest Airlines Tickets Using Rapid Rewards Points
Note: The promo code field is on the Southwest homepage under “Depart/Return Date”.
From now until March 31, get 20% off the base price of your Southwest Airlines flight (excluding taxes and fees) if you pay with Rapid Rewards points and apply coupon code “SAVE20NOW“. You will need to book by March 31, 2022 and travel between March 29 and May 25, 2022. It’s pretty uncommon to see straight up discounts on all flights at Southwest Airlines and airfare prices have risen significantly recently. This deal only lasts for a few days, but if you’re planning a trip in the near future, this might be too good of a deal to pass up.
LG Ultragear 34GN850-B 34″ 3440×1440 Curved 1ms 160Hz G-SYNC Nano IPS Gaming Monitor
The LG 34N850 is one of best 34″ ultra-wide gaming monitors you’ll find. The 34″ curved Nano IPS panel boasts a 3440×1440 resolution that’s plenty sharp is nice yet it’s forgiving enough to allow mid-range cards like the RTX 3060 Ti or RTX 3070 to handle it beautifully, even at the maximum 160Hz refresh rate for many games. “Nano IPS” is essentially LG’s term for quantum dot technology, and it allows for better color handling and higher contrast ratio. It’s also certified G-SYNC compatible, like any high-end gaming should be.
New LEGO Star Wars Dioramas up for Preorder
LEGO recently announced its new set of LEGO Stars Wars Diorama building sets. These sets capture some of the most iconic moments from the original Star Wars trilogy, including the climactic Death Star trench run, Luke’s Jedi training in the swamps of Dagobah, and the harrowing escape from the trash compactor aboard an Imperial Cruiser.
55″ LG C1 4K OLED Smart Gaming TV
Supports 4K @ 120Hz for PS5 and Xbox Series X gamers
This is the lowest price we’ve seen so far for the 55″ LG C1 OLED TV. If money isn’t an object, OLED TVs are considered the best TVs you can buy right now. Compared to traditional LED LCD TVs, they offer better image quality, deeper blacks, better contrast ratio, wider color gamut, and super fast response times. They excel at both gaming and viewing 4K HDR content. In terms of general usability, they consume less power and they’re very thin and sit flusher against the wall. Amongst OLED TVs, the LG C1 is oft considered the flag bearer; it’s the one TV that all other OLED TVs are compared against. The LG OLED TV boasts several generations of optimizations under its belt and the latest C1 model is future proofed with technology like HDMI 2.1 (4K @ 120Hz), variable refresh rate, G-SYNC, the newest LG A9 Gen4 processor and a revamped webOS smart TV interface.
55″ TCL 6-Series 4K Mini-LED QLED Gaming TV
Supports 4K @ 120Hz for PS5 and Xbox Series X gamers
If you’re looking for a future-proofed gaming TV but don’t want to spend over a thousand dollars on a TV, this TCL TV should be top on your list. Despite the very generous $659.99 price tag, this TCL TV boasts a lot of features you’d only find on way more expensive sets. This is a Mini-LED QLED TV with a native 120Hz panel and HDMI 2.1 inputs. It supports 4K @ 120Hz and VRR, something that PS5 and Xbox Series X gamers will appreciate. HDR content also look great on this TV, thanks to its local dimming and wide color gamut.
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