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Black Friday Deals from Around the Web

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | November 25, 2011 |

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | November 25, 2011 |

Here’s a mini round-up of Black Friday deals from various sites around the Internet. We’ll have a more extensive post for CyberMonday.

You have until 1 p.m. over at Zazzle to use the code ZBLACKFRIDAY to get $5 off of shirts and $3 off of mugs, and that includes Pajiba T-Shirts and Pajiba mugs.

Slashfilm has a round up of all the Amazon DVD deals today, including $6 for Bridesmaids, True Grit and $6 for Hot Tub Time Machine on Blu Ray. “Mad Men” seasons are also going for around $12 per season over at Amazon.

You can also get the complete 8 film Harry Potter collection for $40.

The Kindle Fire is going for $199, but as Slate notes, you get what you paid for (for better or worse).

Techcrunch has all the deals on Apple electronics today: $61 off of the iPad, you can get an iPod touch for $178, and there’s some slim discounts on the MacBook air, but no discounts on the iPhone.

If you’re into geek collectibles, there’s some great deals over on qMX, including 50% off of River Tam BDH Maquette, 80% off of Stargate Death Glider Replica, 50% off a cool Doctor Who art print, and 50% off their geek T-shirts, including a Serenity T.

Geeksugar has a round-up of nice Black Friday deals at the big box retailers, including headphones for $2.50, a 17 inch HP laptop at Office Depot for $350, an X-Box bundle at Game Stop for $300.

ThinkGeek’s cool iCade is on sale for $60 and a Star Trek pizza cutter for $20.

CNN has a geek blog. And there, I discovered you can get 134 issues of the Dark Horse Star Wars comics in digital form for $100.

A friendly reminder while you’re shopping today: Remember Black Friday is about getting cheap stuff for cheap prices, and that if you buy geek collectibles, you are 20 percent less likely to get laid in 2012.

Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here, follow him on Twitter, or listen to his weekly TV podcast, Podjiba.

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