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…macZOT has put together a fantastic New Year’s Bundle?

macZOT New Year's Bundle

To celebrate the New Year, macZOT has once again assembled a New Year’s Bundle that they’re offing to you at a deep discount over the regular price of each app.

This year, the bundle includes Caboodle, GarageSale, DEVONthink Personal, Mail Stationery, Snapshot, MacCleanse, Awaken, AppZapper, Xslimmer, FileChute and Media Rage, and you’ll only spend $59.99 to pick up a full license for each, compared to the retail price of $262.59!

Plus, as if that wasn’t enough, they’re also donating $5 from each sale to Heifer International, a non-profit, non-governmental organization that works to end hunger and poverty while caring for the earth.

Hurry though, because the offer is only good until January 4th.

[macZOT – New Year’s Bundle]

…Mac Mix will save you some cash?

Mac Mix

Mac Heads take note: Mac Mix could be your chance to save some serious cash on a bundle of the best Mac applications (Maclications?).

Unlike other shareware bundle events, which offer a discount bundle of pre-selected apps, Mac Mix lets you choose your own bundle. The end result is a bundle that has no fillers, and contains only the applications that you want and/or need.

Obviously there’s got to be a catch, so the discounts increase as you buy more apps. Any single app starts at 10% off, but if you buy three apps, that quickly climbs to 30%, and by 12 apps, you’re saving a full 75% off of the retail price. With 28 apps to choose from, picking out 12 good ones shouldn’t be too hard.

So what’s available?

Highlights include Parallels, MacGourmet, Forklift, HoudahGeo, TextExpander, Comic Book Lover, and much, much more.

Each app is categorized into one of five groups (productivity, web tools, image and video, system enhancements, and entertainment) and you can read up on each app before buying, including a star based rating system, and a bullet point feature list.

And if that’s not enough, part of the proceeds go towards planting trees to help out the environment, so you can probably get a write-off from the purchase of a Mac Mix if your tax guy is willing to be creative.

[Mac Mix]

…Amazon can be funny?


What did Amazon do when they received a highly creative complaint about the un-availability of their discounted notebook during their “Customers Vote” promotion?

Thankfully, and surprisingly, they replied in kind, giving their customer service representative the freedom to unleash a bit of her own creativity in a reply filled with witty banter.

It’s good to see some companies still have a sense of humor.

Click the link for the both emails.

[Consumerist – Amazon Customer Service Email]

…Adam’s Balls will intimidate any beer pong opponent?

Adam’s Balls Logo

Beer Pong is all about intimidation, and nothing intimidates an opponent more than showing up with your own equipment.

Thus, Adam’s Balls was created.

Adam’s Balls allows you to print anything you want (in full color) onto tournament quality DoubleFish balls, and even offers free full-color printing, free shipping, no setup fees, no per-color fees, and instant online proofing, so you can save your cash for an extra 30 pack instead of wasting it on extra charges.

Want your own set of Adam’s Balls?

Adam’s Balls Discount

Then head on over and place an order, because he’s offering 20% off during his first week.

[Adam’s Balls]

[Via: Uncrate]

…Target targets pricing?

Target Dollar Sign

Apparently Target has a neat way of keeping track of how many times they’ve discounted a product. Normally their prices end in 9 (14.99 or 19.99 for example), but each time Targets discounts the product, they drop the final digit of the price by one, with the lowest being a 4 (14.94 or 19.94 for example). If you see something you want, and the price ends in something lower than an 8, chances are, you should probably buy it before Target stops selling it all together.


[Via: Boing Boing]