Cyber Monday 2015: Amazon, Target, Travelocity, Expedia, Quicken, and More

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Here’s a quick roundup of the Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals that I felt either had broad appeal, were finance-related, or might ideally save you money on stuff you would have bought anyway.

  • Amazon 10% Off. A reminder to save on their Cyber Week deals and everything else on Amazon with Chase Freedom 10% back, Discover Card (5% or 10% back with Double It Promotion), and AmEx Offers $15 off $60. I shop there a lot and have already loaded up on gift cards to lock in the savings.
  • Kindle eBook Deals. One day sale on popular Kindle books, plus up to 40% off their Kindle Unlimited eBook subscription service.
  • Target 15% Off. Target.com is offering 15% site-wide on 11/30 with promo code CYBER15. Useful for things that are usually not discounted. Stack with 5% off with their REDcard.
  • Travelocity 17% Off. Get an additional 17% off any hotel booking of $300+ on Cyber Monday, on top of the normal discount. Also get $150 off $1,500+ airfare and hotel combo booking.
  • Expedia $75 off $300. $75 off your first hotel booked on the Expedia App ($300 minimum purchase). Stack with their already-discounted rates for Cyber Monday. Hotel stay must be by March 31, 2016.
  • SimpliSafe 20% Off. DIY Home Security system. See my Simplisafe Review. 20% off during Black Friday weekend, which probably the biggest flat discount I’ve seen.
  • Quicken 2016 40% Off. Get 40% off the list price of 2016 Quicken Deluxe, Premier, Home & Business, Rental Property Manager, or Quicken for Mac 2016. Valid either at Amazon or Quicken.com. This is one of the biggest discounts you’ll see. Thanks to reader Brad for the tip.
  • iBank for Mac 20% Off. Alternative money management software for Mac. 20% off through 11/30.
  • Ting Black Friday Deals. Possibly cheaper cell phone service for some folks. Buy a device or bring your own. See my Ting post for details. Good until 11/30 at 11:59 ET.
  • Obi200 Free Home Phone Service $29.99. Helps you use Google Voice to get free home phone service using your existing internet connection. See this Obihai and Google Voice installation post for details. Valid at both Newegg and Amazon.
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Comments

  1. Ting sales is sold out.

  2. Joshua Katt says:

    Quicken wouldn’t be worth it at 95% off but sadly it’s a necessary evil after the demise of MS Money. Just a horrible step backwards and interface, I barely trust it to add correctly…

    • I does look like Quicken 2016 is another minor update, but supposedly Intuit has put up the Quicken franchise for sale. Perhaps Quicken 2017 under new ownership will get it back on track.

    • I’ve used Excel for years to track my finances. Does getting Quicken offer anything useful beyond what I capture monthly in Excel?

      I went to their site, but the product info is hardly presented. I’m interested in the deal if their is value, as I don’t like using web based tools (mint.com, etc.) but I’m not sure what Quicken 2016 even does.

  3. The Simplisafe code is not working for me – it says that it was added to my cart and would be emailed to me, but I have not received anything. I asked and it sounded like it may need to be a direct referral to be valid?

  4. Hi Jonathan,

    Thought your readers might like this and the author is hoping for a good number of downloads. I don’t have followers/readers so i thought of you. Free for 2 days.

    http://www.obliviousinvestor.com/social-security-made-simple-updated-free-for-two-days/

  5. Intuit To Sell Quicken – Quicken 2016 might be the last version…

    https://qlc.intuit.com/announcements/1208584

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