Best $10 and Under Deals
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It features a neoprene-padded 3-sided zip-closure laptop compartment accommodating up to 16" laptops, padded carry handle, Velcro-closure back document pocket, three zip-closure front pockets, water-repellent coating, and more.
That's down slightly from our March mention and the lowest price we could find by $3. This subscription includes 10 issues. You can purchase up to a 4-year subscription at this per-year price.
It features a carbon-based filter which purportedly removes organic contaminants from tap water. Great if you need to refill and arent near any filtered water sources. What a great idea!
Today only, this "Notice The Beatings Will Continue Until Attitudes Improve" Magnetic Sign for $1.99 plus 99 cents for shipping. This yellow and black magnetic sign measures approximately 4.5" x 4.5".
$9.80 DC Breaking S/S Crew Neck Tee SKU Item number: 7806624 - Round neckline. Hemmed short sleeves. Screenprint at front. Flat pocket at upper right chest. Solid-colored back.
Today Only! Save $11 on this novelty-T! THAT Daily Deal offers a "Stand Back I'm Going to Try Science" T-Shirt in Maroon for $4.99 plus $2.99 for shipping.
$10 Living Social Takeout & Delivery credit for $1 - Takeout & Delivery is available in several cities such as Washington, D.C., Boston, San Francisco, Miami, Philadelphia, and more; click here to find local menus near you.
It includes 10 issues. Of note, you can purchase up to a 3-year subscription at a decreasing per-year rate (the 3-year subscription costs $3.42 per year, $10.25 total).
If you've ever had your money stolen, you know how great these can be! If you havn't, don't risk it. These purport to stop theives' attempts to steal your personal information off the RFID chips embedded in certain credit cards.