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Amazon Deals: Fall Blowout Sale and Lightning Deals

Posted on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 at 7:05 am
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Amazon is having a huge Fall Blow Out Sale with discounts on many different items. I think they are trying to get a head start on Black Friday and the upcoming holidays.

I would recommend signing up now for the free trial of Amazon Prime. It gives you free two-day shipping, no minimum purchase, and you can set it so it doesn’t automatically renew. I’ve signed up and have been using it to grab those daily deals as they come up. So when I find a really great deal, such as the flash card that my son needs at only $4 for several packs, or the huge tub of 60 silly rubber bracelets to give to everyone in the class at only $2.50. I can take advantage of these deals without worrying about paying for shipping (ruining the deal) or waiting for weeks.

If you missed my earlier post about the Amazon Mom membership, which also gives you a free trial of the Prime membership plus discounts on diapers, you can read about it here.


The Lightening Deals today all seem to focus on PlayStation 3 video games, so if you have a few of those on your holiday gift list, you might want to check them out.

6:00 AM PDT – Touchdown with this epic football series.
8:00 AM PDT – Four parallel universes; one unparalleled experience.
10:00 AM PDT – Premium headsets for FPS games.
11:00 AM PDT – Battle as your favorite character in the war that started it all.
1:00 PM PDT – Bigger hits and broken sticks!
3:00 PM PDT – Ready yourself for an epic, retro adventure.
5:00 PM PDT – Battle Soviet forces in an alternate time dimension.
8:00 PM PDT – Power up your racing experience.


For the Amazon Fall Blowout Sale, I found a few amazing offers:

Nextar SNAP5 Super Slim 5-Inch Portable GPS Navigator: originally $429.99, now $139.26

Klipsch CS-500 2.1 Home Theater System with DVD Player: originally $999.99, now $199.00.

Calphalon Commercial Hard-Anodized 7-Quart Chef’s Casserole with Lid: originally $190, now $54.99


There are also some great discount coupon links available as well:

Amazon – Free One-Day Shipping with Purchase of a New Flip Video Camera

For a limited time get FREE One-Day shipping when you purchase one of Flip Video`s new UltraHD or MinoHD video cameras.

Expires: 09/26/2010


Amazon – $20 off Select Running Shoes

For a limited time, save $20 on select $80 orders of men`s and women`s running shoes offered by

Expires: 10/07/2010


Amazon – Invicta Weekly Deal: Women`s Wildflower Collection Crystal Accented 18k Gold-Plated Watch

List Price: $495.00, Deal Price: $69.99, You Save: $425.01 (86%)

Expires: 09/26/2010

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