Crocs cuts up to 75% off Outlet items, with deals starting at $1. (Prices are as marked.) A best bet is the Crocs Unisex Bistro Mario Batali Vent Clogs in Graphite or Orange for $29.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find by $5; they were $3 less last fall. MORE
That ties last week's mention and is $35 less than the cost of a 1-year subscription of FiOS 50/25 Internet alone, plus the waived activation fee yields a saving of $50. It's also just the second no-contract offer we've seen from Verizon in almost two years. MORE
Assuming you'll use the gift card, that's $138 under the lowest total price we could find for these items separately elsewhere. (For further comparison, we saw the TV alone for $329 shipped in March.) MORE
Ending today, Southwest Airlines offers select 1-way fares with prices starting at $59. (Click on "Southwest Airlines" in the headline to see this sale; all taxes are included.) That's the lowest rate we could find for select routes by $51. For notable fares, click here.
A DealNews exclusive! Ashford discounts a selection of women's watches via coupon code "DNEWSMOM". With prices starting at $75, that puts each at the lowest total price we could find by at least $41 and as much as $143. Coupon expires May 11. For a list of the deals, click here.
Although we've seen a few of these apps in free bundles before, it's $5 under our July mention of just Rails for Mac. (It's also $118 off list price and $10 under what the Mac App Store currently charges for Concealer.) Deal ends May 11. To get this deal, click here.
As some of you might have noticed, Hooters is offering a peculiar promotion this weekend; any woman who comes to the restaurant with her brood in tow on Mother's Day will receive a free meal. Considering the establishment is best known for catering to men, this might seem like an unusual offer. So we wondered: How many people have actually availed themselves of this deal? READ MORE
Aereo, the company that rents antennas to watch over-the-air TV, is being sued in the Supreme Court by the nation's broadcasters for copyright infringement. In the meantime, we decided to take a look at this case from the consumer's perspective. The decision could affect not only Aereo customers, but traditional antenna users as well. Read on for our breakdown of how home antennas work, why Aereo is different, and how this case affects everybody. READ MORE