Deals of the Day – 15.6″ Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition for $549.99

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Looking for some new tech without having to eat ramen for a month? You’ve found the right place!

Our Top Deal today is the 15.6″ Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition for only $549.99. This Laptop will take you where you need to go with the power under the hood with style.

If you’re looking for a new smartphone, then you’ll probably be happy to see that you can nab the HTC One X+ for only $79.99 and free shipping from Amazon Wireless. We loved this phone when we reviewed it and it’s still an awesome choice today!

Need to sift through some more great deals? Have at it below!

Top Deal

15.6″ Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition Core i5 Laptop w/ 2GB Radeon HD 7730M, Backlit Keyboard for $549.99 with free shipping (normally $799.99 – use coupon code 2Q?XNXR2DXQ13G).

Mobile Phones

HTC One VX 4.5″ Smartphone (Red) [AT&T] for $0.99 with free shipping direct from AT&T (normally $149.99)

20% off Virgin Mobile PayLo Phones like the Samsung Montage for $39.99 with free shipping at Virgin Mobile (normally $49.99)

HTC One X+ 4.7″ 64GB Smartphone [AT&T] for $79.99 with free shipping at AmazonWireless (normally $199.99)

Laptops

15.6″ Dell Inspiron 15R (5521) Core i5 Laptop w/6GB RAM and 500GB Hard Drive for $499.99 with free shipping (normally $688.99, use coupon code HCV9LCWDGXR7WZ).

15.6″ Toshiba Satellite S850-BT3N22 Core i3 Laptop w/8GB RAM, 640GB HDD, Skullcandy Lowrider Headphones w/mic for $549.99 with free shipping (normally $799.99).

Tablets

Dell Latitude 10 32GB Windows 8 Tablet for $499.99 with free shipping (normally $712.85)

Electonics and Peripherals

32″ Samsung UN32EH5300 1080p LED-backlit Smart HDTV + $100 Gift Card for $399.99 with free shipping (normally $399.99 without gift card).

Accessories and Fun Stuff

Mayline Eastwinds Argo Mobile Metal Computer Desk (Anthracite finish) for $99 with free shipping (normally $144).

Get 1-year InMotion Web-hosting for $10 to charity (normally $8.95/month – $10 will be donated to “Trees for the Future”).

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