Check out the Juiceboxx Charger Case, a shell for your MacBook charger that will help keep your cords from fraying. It's as simple as that, and if you've had a MacBook charger for any length of time, you'll understand the need for this product. We have a deal on it today for $12.99, which is 35 percent off retail. That makes it a great stocking stuffer for a MacBook owner, too.
TextExpander for Mac is a utility long-time readers and listeners at The Mac Observer have heard about from everyone on our staff. This app lets you create snippets of text that can then be called up at will with a few keystrokes. Different signatures, a shipping address, a URL, or maybe a block of text you have to use every time you file that report...TextExpander can be a huge asset for you. TextExpander 5 adds a new feature that suggests snippets based on your usage, and we have a deal on it for just $22. That's more than half off retail.
We have a two-part training bundle for you today. The first one will teach you how to be a Project Management Professional and "knock out projects on time and under budget." The second is for Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Certification, a training course that will help you "master the basic principles of managing projects at your pace." These courses retail for almost $4,000, but through our deal you can get this bundle for $49. Tuesday-only, you can take an additional 20 percent off with coupon code CYBERMONDAY20 at checkout. That brings the price down to $39.20 today only. That coupon code is good on our other e-learning deals, too.
We have a deal of a different nature for you today. It's called the CompTIA-IT Certification Career Advancement Bundle, a collection of courses designed to earn your a variety of IT-related certifications from CompTIA, an industry trade group. The courses prep you for CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud Essentials, and Cloud+ exams. Retail for these courses is more than $4,000, but our friends at Stack Social got it for us for $59—and Monday only, you can get an extra 25 percent off all e-learning deals using coupon code CYBERMONDAY25 at checkout. For this deal, that drops the price down to $44.25.
Best Buy's 20 percent off iTunes cards offer is back on today. This deal was first offered on Wednesday, but quickly expired. It works like this: buy the first card at full price and get the second for 40 percent off, a 20 percent discount on the two of them when combined. These are for physical cards that are shipped to you (we also posted a deal on same-day email codes from PayPal on Friday). You can also choose to pick it up at a store. To get the deal, simply add two cards to your cart and the price will automatically be discounted. No coupon code required. Best Buy's instructions don't make that clear, but I tested the process.
Ebay and PayPal are offering $100 iTunes gift cards for $80, a 20 percent discount. These are for codes that are emailed to you, usually within an hour or two. I've purchased several during the last year without a hitch. They always sell out fast—if you're wanting one, don't dawdle.
Our friends at Stack Social have pulled out the stops for Black Friday by offering 15 percent off all our deals. Just use the coupon code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout and you will get the additional discount. Tutorials, portable batteries, drones, gadgets, toys, storage, styluses, speakers, headphones, app bundles, and a whole lot more. Check out the Black Friday landing page on our deal site for details—there are some exclusions, but these are some killer prices.
We have a bundle for you today called the Learn to Code Bundle, and you can pay what you want for it. Here's how it works: pay whatever you want, even a penny, and get two courses. Beat the average price—$12.87 as of this writing—and get nine training courses covering topics from HTML5 to Ruby to Python, and more. Make the Top 10 at any point in this deal and you get five entries into our MonoRover R2 'Hoverboard' Giveaway. Plus, 10 percent of the profits from this deal go to Project Hope. Check out the deal listing for more information.
The HyperDrive MacBook Storage Expander is a clever device. It's an adaptor card that let's you use any microSD, microSDHC, or microSDXC (including 512GB) memory card in your MacBook's Flash memory reader. And it does so sitting flush to the outer edge of your MacBook. We have a deal on one today for $19.95, one third off the regular price. Check the deal listing for more info.
We're ramping up for the holiday season here at TMO, and that includes great toys in our deals. Like the SKEYE Hexa Drone. This is a fun little drone with six blades, hence the name Hexa Drone. Through our deal, you can get it for $45.99—but, you can also get an additional 15 percent off all drones being offered through our deals. Just use coupon code DRONE15 at checkout.
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