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For a limited time, Amazon is taking 75% off any digital movie rental with promo code MOVIE75OFF. The promotion is limited to U.S. accounts, and you can only use the code once, but otherwise, it seems to be clear of any major restrictions. Let us know in the comments what you rented! [75% off Any Movie Rental with Code MOVIE75OFF]

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Note: This deal is really confusing and poorly managed, but it does work! To use the code, click the “More Purchase Options” link on the movie page, and enter the code prior to renting. The price on the Amazon page won’t change, and Amazon’s order history page actually told me it charged me full price when I tested it. However, my credit card statement showed the 75% discount, and Amazon support will always be able to help you out if you’re having trouble.


If you still have people on your Christmas shopping list, you could either go to a store today and fight the Christmas Eve crowds, or you could get them a discounted magazine subscription from Amazon, starting at just $5. [Magazine Subscriptions Gold Box]


It turns out that Home Alone did terrible things to young Kevin McCallister’s mind, but don’t let that ruin the movie for you. [Home Alone: 25th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition, $27]


IR things are perfect for everything from cooking to finding air heating and air conditioning leaks in your house, but more importantly, they’re just a ton of fun to mess around with. [Etekcity Lasergrip 774 Non-contact Digital Infrared Thermometer, $14]


Amazon’s #1 selling cat scratching post has a 4.7 star review average from nearly 4,000 customers, and is down to just $35 today, or within $5 of its all-time low. Unfortunately, It still won’t make your cat love you. [SmartCat Ultimate Scratching Post, $35]


Amazon has kicked off their annual holiday ebook sale, with over $1,000 titles discounted by up to 85%. This sale usually goes live on Christmas day, so check back tomorrow for the possibility of even more deals. [Kindle Holiday Sale]


It’s not as fast or as powerful as an iPad, and its 1280x800 screen is far from spectacular. But if you just want to binge on Jessica Jones while you cook dinner, it’s tough to beat an internet-connected 10” screen for this price. [Samsung - Galaxy Tab E - 9.6” - 16GB, $150]

And if you want the genuine article fro Cupertino, there’s a deal for that too. [Apple® iPad Mini 2 16GB, $194]


60”and 4K for under $1000? Sign me up. [LG - 60” Class 4K Smart TV, $900]


For a limited time, RadioShack (that’s not a typo) is selling a new Apple TV for $120, or $30 off its MSRP. They’ll also toss an HDMI cable in for good measure. Be sure to check out Gizmodo’s review if you’re on the fence. [Apple TV Next Generation - 32GB and HDMI Cable Bundle, $120]


Amazon just kicked off their end-of-year digital game sale, with big discounts on downloadable PC, PS4, and Xbox One titles. Highlights include Cities: Skylines for $12, Bioshock Triple Pack for $14, and Civilization V Complete for $13, but be sure to head over to Amazon to see all of the available discounts. [Amazon]


If you’ve got some cash to spend, and need a whopper of a last minute gift, Logitech’s Harmony Ultimate remote is marked down to just $195 today on Amazon, which is an all-time low, and more than $100 off its usual price. [Logitech Harmony Ultimate Remote with Customizable Touch Screen and Closed Cabinet RF Control, $195]


Order today, and you can still stuff everyone’s stockings with sub-$20 Bluetooth headphones. [Mpow Wolverine Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Sports Headphones, $18 with code NXZ7GIVS]


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