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Mass Effect: Andromeda’s Pathfinder edition game guide might be the most impressive limited-edition guide I’ve ever seen. Here’s what you get:
- Mass Effect: Andromeda Initiative Backpack: A two-pocket Andromeda Initiative backpack that holds a 15-inch laptop.
- Alternate Premium Hardcover Guide: An exclusive hardcover version of the complete guide. A must-have for every Mass Effect fan! Only available in the Pathfinder Edition.
- DLC Code Inside: Get a head start on Day 1 co-op play with the MultiPlayer Booster Pack, which includes weapons and equipment to kick-start your progress (entitled instantly, limit one per match).
- Welcome Letter: An introduction letter, written by the mission’s founder, Jien Garson, welcomes you to the Andromeda Initiative.
- Galaxy Chart: A full-color 11”x17” map of the Andromeda Galaxy.
- Field Journal: A 32-page journal with field notes and sketches about the Initiative with space for your own note-taking needs while on your adventure.
- Branded Envelope: The Galaxy Chart and Welcome Letter come packaged in an Andromeda Initiative branded envelope.
- Mobile-Friendly eGuide: Unlock the enhanced eGuide for strategy on the go, all optimized for a second-screen experience.
This was listed for over $120 at launch, and was around $90 for the last several days, so $78 represents a substantial price drop. Plus, if you preorder now and the price goes any lower, you’ll automatically get the best price Amazon listed once it ships.
Apples To Apples, $10
Apples To Apples is basically Cards Against Humanity, but family-friendly. Not a single card about Nazis or being balls deep in a pig.
And yes, I know Apples To Apples came before CAH; don’t @ me.
American Psycho, $5
American Psycho for $5 is a videotape you won’t need to return.
eLuxury extra-plush mattress pads, $75 to $97
If your mattress doesn’t leave you feeling as well-rested as you’d like, it’s a whole lot cheaper to upgrade it with a mattress pad than to buy a new one, especially today.
Amazon is offering highly rated eLuxury plush pads for $75 to $97 as part of a one-day Gold Box deal. The standard full, queen, and king pads come in at $82, $90, and $95 respectively, which is seriously cheap for a product like this. They promise to soften up old mattresses and cool down hot ones, which isn’t particularly appealing right now, but sounds awesome for the summer.
iOttie One Touch 2, $13; iOttie CD slot mount, $13; iOttie vent mount, $13
When it comes to smartphone dash mounts, magnetic solutions have dominated the sales charts over the past couple of years. But if you don’t want to obstruct a vent or use a case with your phone, these iOttie deals might bring you back into the cradle camp.
First up, iOttie’s One Touch 2 universal dash mount is marked down to $13, an all-time low. The original One Touch won a Kinja Co-op award a few years back, and the sequel added a longer telescoping arm as well as a bigger cradle for today’s skateboard-sized phones.
Until fairly recently, external hard drives over 2TB required an extra power cord, but not so with this ultra-portable 4TB WD My Passport, now marked down to an all-time low of $110.
Aukey Slim profile USB car charger, $7 with code AUKEYCAR
Your favorite USB car charger just happens to be the smallest one you can buy, and you can grab it on Amazon for $7 today with code AUKEYCAR. We’ve seen it go as low as $6 on a few occasions, but this is the best deal we’ve seen in a long time, if it’s been on your wish list.
Mpow Thor wireless headphones, $21 with code 9A9UYTRQ
Mpow basically invented the $20 Bluetooth earbud market, but it turns out it also makes wireless on-ears, and you can try out a pair for just $21 today. Even at that low price, they’re foldable, include a microphone for calls, and work as wired headphones if your battery dies.
For more great deals, be sure to head over to Kinja Deals.