Whether you prefer coffee or tea in the morning, you're going to want a good travel mug so you can bring your favorite drink with you on your morning commute. After testing the best travel mugs, we really liked the Contigo Autoseal West Loop. But if you want a more affordable option, you can get the SnapSeal Byron travel mug for just $7 in the color Gunmetal, if you select no-rush shipping. This mug will keep drinks hot up to 7 hours and has a leak-poof lid. It's a great way to save a bit, if you're not in a rush for this mug to reach your door. Otherwise you can get it for $2 more.
Dell Home, via its Member Purchase Program, offers its Dell XPS Tower Intel Coffee Lake Core i5 2.8GHz 6-Core Gaming Desktop PC in Black for $666.39 with free shipping. That's $134 off list, $34 under last month's mention, and the lowest price we've seen. (It's also $34 cheaper than what Dell charges via its eBay and Walmart third-party stores.) Deal ends October 30 at 8 am ET. Features include:
Offers.com features deals from more than 6,000 companies and stores, updated daily and organized into 300 categories including clothing, electronics, toys and travel. You can search by store and brand, by type of offer (coupon code, in-store offer, etc.) and by holiday and event (back-to-school deals, Black Friday deals, etc.). Offers.com also points you to local deals in more than 75 cities.
Price Runner’s UK price comparison website compares websites from top retailers such as Amazon, ASOS, House of Fraser, and other top UK brands. Store owners can compare prices with reputable brands to determine how to best price the products on their website. This price comparison website has a fresh and easy-to-use interface, with a rather modern outlook. You even have access to price histories, price alerts, price information, and reviews. And if you prefer to buy the product locally, it’ll even direct you on where to go.
The domain amazon.com attracted at least 615 million visitors annually by 2008. Amazon attracts over 130 million customers to its US website per month by the start of 2016. The company has also invested heavily on a massive amount of server capacity for its website, especially to handle the excessive traffic during the December Christmas holiday season.
I do not like the security of this apps. By default any one in my home can just open it up and start buying things on my account. I would like it to just add things to my cart on the TV and them buy on "My" Computer or "My" phone. I know you can setup a PIN for "videos, purchasing and certain types of content".But, you then need to enter the PIN for $0 videos. Also, anybody with access to the Fire TV remote can just install the apps and start buying things, no pin, no password, just because you have a Fire TV setup on your account. Amazon you need to have a separate PIN for Buying videos, parental control (ratings), Apps and Shopping. And by default the app should setup a PIN.