Update: Sold out
I have to say, I never expected an illustrated Christmas book to make our bestsellers list, but yippie-ki-yay, A Die Hard Christmas did it. Welcome to the party, pal.
They don’t have the delightful 80's sound track of the movies, being comics and all, but if you like Guardians of the Galaxy, ComiXology is having a huge sale right now on digital comics. Single issues are just $1 each, and collections start at just $3, so make like a Groot, and leaf through the options.
Time for some game theory...books.
This Sunday’s big Kindle ebook sale is all about nonfiction, with a nice mix of historical accounts and self-help titles for a just a few bucks each. All told, there are 39 books to choose from, but we dropped a few of the most popular options below.
If you’re the kind of person who prefers to read printed magazines, Amazon is discounting a bunch of 12-month subscriptions to under $10 (with a few exceptions) today. The sale includes Popular Science, Car and Driver, Esquire, Cosmo, a few cooking magazines, and more. Just to note, they do auto-renew after the year…
Add these angsty 80's classics to your Blu-ray collection for $15, or just $5 per movie. This set includes The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Weird Science, so you can watch all the quirky awkwardness and be grateful your teenage years are behind you.
Update: Sold out
I’m not saying that four hour lines and a hungry President Obama will materialize outside your house after you start applying the lessons you learned from the Franklin Barbecue Meat Smoking Manifesto. But I’m also not not saying that. Download the ebook for just $3 today.
Update: Also $5 as a 4K download on iTunes.
Especially if you already have a 3D TV, grabbing this $10 75th anniversary edition 3D Blu-ray of The Wizard of Oz requires no brain at all.
We see deals on iTunes gift cards with some frequency, but Google Play credit almost never goes on sale. If you buy your movies, apps, music, or anything else from Google Play, this $5 gift card discount is basically free money. Just select $50 from the dropdown menu, and use code GOOGLE at checkout.
You won’t have to empty your Gringotts vault to afford this 8-film Harry Potter Blu-ray collection. It’s not the very cheapest we’ve seen, but its discounted from its usual $70 to just $58. So, that means you’ll pay just $7 per movie, no magic required.
A must-own for any browncoat, Firefly’s feature film epilogue Serenity recently got a 4K Blu-ray release, and it’s down to an all-time low $15 on Amazon right now, complete with a regular Blu-ray and a digital copy. Now if we could just get the same treatment for the show. Or, you know, a new season.
If you can’t get your hands on an SNES Classic, the nostalgia kick you’ll get from this book is the next best thing. Playing With Super Power is the definitive book on the SNES, featuring beautiful artwork, historical accounts, and even a foreword by Reggie Fils-Aimé. At $10, the paperback has never been cheaper.
I still say that Star Trek (2009) is far and away the best Trek movie ever made, but for those of you that have a soft spot in your heart for the six original series films, head over to Amazon at warp factor 8 to get the box set for an all-time low $25.
You don’t need Bruce Wayne’s fortune to afford the Dark Knight trilogy today. This UHD Blu-ray set includes all three Chris Nolan Batman films in 4K, along with regular 1080p Blu-rays, plus digital copies. At $65, the box set never been cheaper.
Long after the ice caps have melted and the rainforests have been eliminated, you’ll be able to rewatch hours upon hours of Earth porn that you bought for just $15.
What’s this? A Kindle ebook sale on a weekday? Choose from nearly two dozen popular titles for just $1-$3 each, including Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, and the official novelization of the Welcome To the Night Vale podcast. Yep, the media industry is weird right now.