(ENDED) Sunday Lightning Deals: Sony multipod, Apurture, Serif, Audio gear
Cyber Week is over, but as expected, Amazon continues their daily lightning deals with their Top Holiday Lightning Deals. You can also filter these by Camera & Photo items and Electronics items along with the traditional Gold Box items...
A partial list of what's coming up today:
+ ends 3:30pm ET: Sony Multipod - Monopod VCTMP1 in Camera & Photo widget - research at product page
+ ends 4:30pm ET: $150 Class On Demand credit for $80 in Camera & Photo widget - research at product page - these seem to be more iffy like Restaurant.com gift cards rather than traditional gift cards - research them if you are not familiar with them
+ starts 1pm ET: Serif Photo Projects in Electronics widgets - research at product page
+ starts 1:30pm ET: Flip Video Battery Pack for Select Flip UltraHD Video Cameras in Camera & Photo widget - research at product page
+ starts 2:30pm ET: Aputure Pro-Grade E-TTL / E-TTL II Off-Camera Hot-Shoe Flash Sync Cable for Canon in Camera & Photo widget - research at product page
+ the focus is on audio gear today at the Electronics widget
+ 10% off on a variety of Bose products (limited time offer - I don't know when it ends) [ends 1/1/2013]
+ free 2GB iPod Shuffle (latest model) with purchase of $230 Pear Sports Biofeedback training system (limited time offer - I don't know when it ends)
+ outsource your Christmas music for 99-cents: 280-mp3-track 13-hour Big Christmas Box for just 99 cents. You can also send it as a gift ("Give album OR song as gift" instead of "Buy with 1-click")
+ PRIME members: if you are not in a hurry to receive your order, select "No Rush shipping" during checkout, and you will receive Amazon Instant Video credits after your order ships. Here is the Help page discussing this. From what I can surmise, you get $1 per order. If your order is $50+, you get a $3 credit. Amazon has daily online video rental specials on the right side of the Amazon Instant Video page. Most movie and TV titles, including recent online-rentalable movies are eligible. The only exception I could find so far are HBO shows which do not allow promotional credits.