Humble’s latest bundle includes over a dozen Might & Magic games and expansion packs. As always, you can name your own price, but certain titles are locked behind a paywall. [Humble Might & Magic Bundle]


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With Tile Lock Scrabble, your game won’t be ruined when your friend flips the board in disgust after you play QUIZZIFY on a triple word score. [Tile Lock Scrabble, $8]


If Madden’s insane commercial has convinced you to preorder, Prime members can save $10 on a copy for PS4 or Xbox One. Just remember that your discount is shown at checkout. [Preorder Madden NFL 16, $50 for Prime members only. Discount shown at checkout.]


Every modem rental fee you pay to your ISP is padding for their bottom line, and a total rip-off for you. Fortunately, you can buy your own modem for a small upfront cost in today’s Amazon Gold Box, and recoup the cost in savings on your monthly bill. [Motorola Modem Gold Box]

There’s a general consensus that Motorola’s SB6141 is the best modem for most cable internet subscribers, but it usually runs in the $80-$90 range. Today only though, you can score a refurb from Amazon for $50 shipped, the best price we’ve ever seen. [Refurb Motorola SB6141 Modem, $50]

You can also opt to save $10 with the lower-end SB6121, which maxes out at 172mbps downstream vs. 343. Personally, I’d just spend the ten extra dollars and hope that your ISP increases their speeds some day. [Refurb Motorola SB6121 Modem, $50]

And if you just want one box to act as your modem and your wireless router, this $70 option is basically an SB6141 with an 802.11n router built in. That’s probably fine for a small apartment, but I’d probably recommend a discrete, more powerful router for anything larger. [Refurb Motorola SBG6580 Modem/Router, $70]

No matter which one you choose, just remember that these prices are only available today, but they’re likely to sell out early. [Amazon]


If you want to boost the volume and audio quality of your secondary TVs, you won’t find a better cheap option than this $55 VIZIO Bluetooth sound bar. It’s probably too small for your main home theater, but it’d be perfect for a bedroom TV. [Refurb VIZIO S2920w-C0 29-inch 2.0 High Definition Sound Bar with Bluetooth, $55]


Do you need 72 foam gliders? No. Actually, screw it, yes. Yes you do. [72-Pack of Foam Gliders, $6]


The 38” model of one of your favorite sound bars is only $150 right now, if you don’t mind a refurb. The VIZIO 3851w normally sells for $220 refurbished, or $280 new, and has great reviews no matter where you look.

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In addition to the actual “bar,” which includes the left, right, and center front channels, this system includes a wireless subwoofer that sits in the back of your viewing room, plus a pair of satellite speakers that hook into it to give you 5.1 channel surround sound, no receiver required. It’s not entirely wireless, but it eliminates the need to run a wire from your TV to the back of the room, which is usually more than half the battle.

I bought this exact system a few months ago to replace my receiver and bookshelf speakers, and I absolutely love it [VIZIO 3851w-D4 Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer and Rear Satellite Speakers, $150]


If you’re running low on hard drive space, here’s a 2TB external for $70, which is about as cheap as we ever see them. [WD Elements 2TB Portable External Hard Drive, $70]


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