Summer beckons, and with it, the simple pleasures.
Leaping from a rock into your favorite swimming hole. Hiking along a babbling brook. Sipping morning coffee on the deck, wearing only shorts and a T-shirt.
And, of course, remotely piloting your own personal drone. One with three-axis flight control and built-in LED lights. One that charges from any available USB port. One whose remote will operate as much as 328 feet away.
Now that’s summertime living, friends. And living the good life will only set you back a piddly 40 bucks – at least this week, it will. This quadcopter normally sells for $99.99.
To learn more about this Deal of the Week, click here.
A Mac, iPad, or iPhone for your Graduate | May 30th, 31st, and (in Medford) June 1st
Connecting Point has long offered education pricing for college students and full-time educators. But this weekend, we’re widening that offer to include graduating high school seniors. Here’s how your graduate can save $150 by purchasing any Mac® with AppleCare® from Connecting Point:
- Take $50 off the price of any Mac
- Take $50 off the price of AppleCare
- Get a $50 Connecting Point Gift Card
College-bound scholars need the best tech at their disposal – and that includes tablets and smartphones. And the best of class for these devices are Apple iPad® and iPhone®. As a Verizon Wireless Authorized Retailer, we’ll be sharpening our pencils to give you the most value for your dollar:
- Up to $200 off any Verizon iPad with 2-year activation
- Free case with any iPad or iPhone with 2-year Verizon activation
- Free iPhone 5c (or $100 off iPhone 5s)
- Free activation (a $35 value)
- Discounts on select iPad and iPhone accessories
Got an old computer you’ve outgrown? Bring it in with you. We’ll be evaluating both Macs and PCs for trade-in all weekend long. We can even transfer your valuable files from the old computer to your new Mac.**
To make your graduation purchase even easier, we’ve made arrangements for up to 18 months of interest-free financing* with your good credit.
These offers available at our Medford and Bend stores Friday and Saturday (May 30th and 31st), and also Sunday, June 1st at our Medford store.
*On qualifying purchases made with your GE Capital Retail Bank Home Design credit card between May 23rd, 2014 and January 16th, 2015. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the promotional purchase is not paid in full within 6, 12, or 18 months.
**There is a charge for this service.
New two-year activation, upgrade, early termination fee may apply. Coverage details at VerizonWireless.com.
Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, iPad, and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. AppleCare is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
These days, cameras are everywhere. At intersections, ATMs, stores, government buildings – surveillance cameras are watching your every move.
Time to strike back.
The D-Link DCS-930L offers a way to do that. At this price, you can afford to set up your own surveillance network. And D-Link makes it ridiculously easy to configure. In minutes, you’ll be able to watch and listen from your desktop, notebook, tablet, or smartphone. It even includes software to record what it’s seeing and hearing, and manage up to 32 cameras on a single screen.
This week, we’ve put together a breakthrough low price for this netcam, from a well-regarded, brand-name manufacturer. D-Link makes all manner of network devices and enhancements. The DCS-930L is positively loaded with features, and at its regular price of $59.99, it’s a great value. But for $29.99, it’s a steal.
To learn more – a lot more – about our latest Deal of the Week, click here.
Can you picture yourself astride a brand-new Harley Davidson Fat Bob FXDF? Come in to our Medford location this Saturday, May 24th between 2 and 4 pm, and enter for a chance to win this beautiful bike. We look forward to seeing you!
No purchase necessary. Complete contest rules may be found here.
When your audio/video signal absolutely positively has to make it from one piece of equipment to another, then reach for one of these high-quality HDMI cables.
It’s 10 feet long, so it’s going to reach. It has dual ferrites (one at each end) to ensure signal quality without interference. It’s black, so it’ll go with anything.
And it’s cheap. Like, way cheap.
High-quality HDMI cables like these typically retail for 30 to 40 bucks. Our everyday low price is 20 bucks. But for this week’s DOTW, we’re slashing and slicing and compressing your price to a fairly ridiculous $3.99.
To learn more about our latest Deal of the Week, click here.