Deals: Transformers Tickets, Roku Mania, Kerbal Space Program

If you're a Transformers fan and planning to see Age of Extinction, buying any of the other films will net you credit toward tickets for it. [Age of Extinction Promotion]

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Deals: Transformers Tickets, Roku Mania, Kerbal Space Program

There are a ton of great pre-order deals happening at the moment, so let's round them up.

$5 credit with select digital game pre-orders on Amazon

pre-order Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth steam key with $5 credit 

pre-order Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney to save $8

pre-order EA Sports UFC and get UFC: Best of 2013 free 

pre-order Evolve with $5 credit | Amazon | Includes Monster Expansion pack

pre-order Halo 5 and get $10 in Best Buy rewards

pre-order Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor and get $10 off on PS3/360

pre-order Sunset Overdrive from Microsoft to grab a $10 Xbox credit.

preorder Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris plus $5 Amazon Video Game Credit ($18) | Amazon

Get 20% off with code A5D6OC-SSP45E-FYUBTA at Green Man Gaming | Stacks with GMG Credit | Includes some pre-orders

pre-order Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth: The Wild Cards Premium Edition

The Far Cry 4 Collector's Edition is also up for pre-order now.

The Order: 1886 Premium Edition | also available in Collector's Edition

Assassin's Creed Unity Collector's Edition


Deals: Transformers Tickets, Roku Mania, Kerbal Space Program

Odds are, you already have a streaming box hooked up to your main TV, but today's a great chance to outfit the rest of them on the cheap. Woot is selling refurbs of the current Roku lineup, and you take home a Roku 1 for $35 shipped, a Roku 2 for $45, or a Roku 3 for $67. [Woot]


Deals: Transformers Tickets, Roku Mania, Kerbal Space Program

Amazingly, the humble ASUS Chromebox is Amazon's #1 selling desktop computer, and it's currently available at its lowest price ever. [ASUS Chromebox, $170]


Deals: Transformers Tickets, Roku Mania, Kerbal Space Program

Stock up on super-fast SD storage today with these solid deals.

SanDisk Extreme 32GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card ($27) | Amazon

SanDisk Extreme 64GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card ($55) | Amazon

SanDisk Extreme 32GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS1 Memory Card ($27) | Best Buy

SanDisk Extreme 64GB microSDXC Class 10 UHS1 Memory Card ($52) | Amazon


Deals: Transformers Tickets, Roku Mania, Kerbal Space Program

Short on USB ports? There are some nice discounts on a variety of Bolse USB hubs today.

Bolse SuperSpeed 7 Port USB 3.0 HUB with 2x1.5A Charging Port ($32) | Amazon | Promo code ZOKIFUWP

Bolse 5Gbps Super Speed 7-Port USB 3.0 HUB with 2.5A Power Adapter and USB 3.0 Cable ($26) | Amazon | Promo code ZOKIFUWP

Bolse Bus-Powered Portable 4 Port USB 3.0 Hub Backward Compatible with USB 2.0 ($11) | Amazon | Promo code ZOKIFUWP


Deals: Transformers Tickets, Roku Mania, Kerbal Space Program

The Braun Series 7 is our favorite electric shaver, and you can get it for one of its lowest prices ever right now. [Braun Series 7 Shaver, $155 after Coupon]


Deals: Transformers Tickets, Roku Mania, Kerbal Space Program

10 highly-rated glass bowls for $16 is a fantastic bargain. The all nest comfortably inside each other as well for easy storage. [10 Piece Anchor Hocking Glass Bowl Set, $16]


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