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Fairer Deal: Free Mac Bundle; Roku Discounts; Cocktail 6.5, Half Off; Cheap Apple TV [u]

25 July 2013 3,028 views No Comment

How many ways to save? Let’s count a few. Stack Social is offering a free Mac bundle of 10 great apps and their 2013 Summer Mac Bundle offers 10 mainstream apps, including Parallels for Mac, for $49.99. Plus a neat half-dozen Roku, Chromecast and Apple TV set top box savers.

Here’s a no brainer — the Mac Freebie Bundle 2: WebDesign ($50), ButtonDesign for Mac (20), Shine (10), Quick Resizer (1), Signature Maker (3), PDF Converter Master (40), SketchMee (8), PaintMee (8), Photo Dazzle (10), Icons Express (1). Add up all of those suggested retail prices and you get $151 — 10 great Mac apps for free.

And, yes, the 2013 Summer Mac Bundle is still going strong. It’s $482 of software for $49.99:

• Parallels Desktop 8 for Mac ($80) - The #1 Rated Utility to Run Windows on Your Mac
• Snagit For Mac ($50) - Record screen videos, enhance images with the ultimate screen capture tool
• Typinator ($33) – Typinator “types” frequently used text for you
• WinZip Mac Edition 2.0 ($30) – Maximize your productivity & minimize your file sizes
• xPlan ($80) - Easily create, track, & manage your projects right from your Mac
• Jump Desktop ($30) – Connect to any computer in the world
• Boom For Mac ($7) – System-wide volume booster & equalizer that will give tour Mac the sonic boom, two-Mac license
• Leap ($20) – Easily find, organize & browse your most important documents
• ColorStrokes ($3) – The most popular app for selective color photography

And, for what it’s worth, I love Boom for Mac — bought it, use it everyday and highly recommend it.

Whether or not you want the Free Mac Bundle 2.0 or 2013 Summer Mac Bundle, enter to win a MacBook Air, the most up-to-date Haswell-powered model with long lasting battery, hyper-efficient Intel processor, faster wi-fi and über fast SSD storage.

Don’t stop there — keep all of your Macs well maintained and running creamy smooth! MacUpdate is offering the Cocktail 6.5 Family License, which covers five Macs, for 50 percent off ($19.50) — today only.

Be a Cord Cutter for Less

On the day that Google announced the Chromecast dongle ($35, Amazon Prime), Roku announced a new promo — get the Roku HD for $49.99, a $10 discount.

Alternately, get the very same Roku HD Streaming Player for the same price, $49.99, at Amazon and Prime members get free second-day air.

Refurbished Logitech Deals:
— S-120 Speaker System, Dented Box, $7.49 (14.99)
— Tablet Speaker, Dented Box, $12.99 (29.99)
— Stereo Speakers Z110, Dented Box, $11.49 (14.99)
— USB Headset H360, Dented box, $25.99 (39.99)
— Harmony 1100 Advanced Universal Remote, Refurbished, $179.99 (349.99)

If that’s not enough Roku savings for you, go for the refurbished Roku 2 XS for $30 off or refurbished Roku 2 XD for $20 on the Roku Coupons page.

If you prefer your cord cutting Kool-Aid Cupertino sweet, save on the Refurbished Apple TV, available for $85 (99). Or, go for a new unit at Amazon ($94.99), where the discount is small, but Prime members get free second-day air.

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