Classic Doctor Who, Eureka Complete Collection, Huge ThinkGeek Sale

Dedicated Whovians can pick up a couple of Jon Pertwee DVDs for their lowest prices ever, today on Amazon.

Doctor Who: The Mutants (Story 63) ($15) | Amazon

Doctor Who: Beneath The Surface (The Silurians / The Sea Devils / Warriors Of The Deep) ($18) | Amazon


Classic Doctor Who, Eureka Complete Collection, Huge ThinkGeek Sale

Today only, you can snag the complete Eureka collection at less than $1 per episode. [Eureka: The Complete Series, $67]


Classic Doctor Who, Eureka Complete Collection, Huge ThinkGeek Sale

To celebrate Father's Day, ThinkGeek is taking $30 off any $100 order with promo code THXPOP. It doesn't seem like there are any restrictions, so if you've had your eye on any high-end collectibles, this is a great opportunity. [$30 off $100 at ThinkGeek, Promo Code THXPOP]

If you need some buying ideas to get you started, they're currently offering a 2 for $20 t-shirt offer as well.


Classic Doctor Who, Eureka Complete Collection, Huge ThinkGeek Sale

If you've been waiting to upgrade your home theater, Amazon is currently taking $500-$600 off a couple of excellent Sharp AQUOS 60" 3D TVs. In the case of the high end model (which adds THX certification and a higher contrast radio), this is the lowest price we've ever seen by over $100. [Sharp AQUOS TV Deals]


Classic Doctor Who, Eureka Complete Collection, Huge ThinkGeek Sale

If you're ready to dive headfirst into Amazon's content ecosystem, you can save big by bundling a Fire TV purchase with a new Kindle Fire HDX. Separately, they would cost $328, but you can purchase them together for $249. [Fire TV/Kindle Fire HDX Bundle, $249]


Classic Doctor Who, Eureka Complete Collection, Huge ThinkGeek Sale

They might not keep the bad dreams away, but these motion-sensing night lights will at least keep you from bumping into things when you stumble out of bed. At $6 each, or three for $17, it's a no-brainer. [Motion Sensing Night Light, $6 each, or $17 for 3]


Classic Doctor Who, Eureka Complete Collection, Huge ThinkGeek Sale

Walmart today is offering just about the cheapest entry point into the Fitbit ecosystem that we've ever seen. Just buy a Fitbit Zip for $60, and you'll get a $20 Walmart card for free. The Zip has been around awhile, and Gizmodo's main beef with it, the Fitbit app, has improved considerably since then. [Fitbit Zip + $20 Gift Card, $60]

If you can't abide the green model, Amazon has a the charcoal version for $47, and other colors for a few bucks more. [Fitbit Zip Charcoal, $47]


Classic Doctor Who, Eureka Complete Collection, Huge ThinkGeek Sale

If you're due for a new phone, Verizon is currently taking $100 any $200+ smartphone with a two year agreement. That includes the iPhone 5s, Galaxy S5, and HTC One. [Verizon]


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