In late 2013 the Asus RT-AC68U was CNet’s Editor’s choice router as it was a fairly high end and a good bang for the $240 or so bucks you had to plop down at the time. Fast forward to late 2016 and we’re paying in the $100 – $200 range, except at one retailer who is probably ridding themselves of stock. At T-Mobile, they have a limited time promo code discount on the Asus RT-AC68U discounting her to a mere $60. It’s an excellent deal on what still is a high-end router.
Another wireless provider hosting a non-cell phone deal is Verizon dropping the Samsung Gear VR from $100 to only $50. The deal is hidden in a sense because you need to add it to cart to see the discount, but in checkout the price clearly displays as $49.99. Shipping is also free.
Year-End Tech Deals
- Asus RT-AC68U AC1900 Wireless Dual-Band Gigabit Router — $59 (list $109)
Use promo: WIFI40
- Samsung Gear VR SM-R322 — $49.99 (list $100)
See discount at checkout
- Jawbone BIG JAMBOX Bluetooth Speaker (Refurbished) — $94.99 (list $300)
Typical list price is $300!
Two weeks ago T-Mobile had a similar coupon discount for this Asus Router, but they sold out in within a few days. This offer has now made a full return, perfect for those who missed the Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal.
Conversely, the Samsung Gear VR deal at Verizon is at the cheapest it’s been in brand new condition. We’ve seen refurbished units at this price before, but not in the original packaging and certainly not from a big retailer (generally the Gear VR deals are refurbished or international units being sold by importers on eBay).
Finally, the last deal in this assortment of random tech/gadget roundup is the refurbish brown box Jawbone BIG JAMBOX (11 inches across and 4.5 lbs) on sale for only $94 at eBay deals. Various colors are available though unsurprisingly the popular colors are being sold out quickly. As a comparison, new units are being sold for $230 at Amazon.
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