They might not dazzle with special effects like J.J. Abrams' recent films, but the old Star Trek movies have their own charms (well, most of them anyway). Today only, you can get various box sets for all-time low prices. The films have been mastered for Blu-ray, which fortunately didn't included any stabilization.

Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection (Star Trek I, II, III, IV, V, VI + The Captain's Summit Bonus Disc) ($28) | Amazon | Today only

Star Trek: Stardate Collection ($48) | Amazon | Today only

Star Trek: The Next Generation Motion Picture Collection (First Contact / Generations / Insurrection / Nemesis) ($19) | Amazon | Today only

Bonus: Star Trek: The Complete Original Series ($60) | Amazon

Speaking of old movies, you can get every James Bond film, from Connery to Craig, for just $94 today. [Bond 50, $94]

In case you've been living under a rock, Threes! is one of the ibest mobile games ever conceived. It's spawned countless (far inferior) knock-offs, but you can get the original today for $1 off for Android or iOS to celebrate its 1.1 release. The Android version even includes 60 free Amazon Coins. [Threes, $2 - iOS, Android]


Amazon today is offering its lowest price ever on the relatively new, and extremely popular, 64GB Samsung MicroSD card. This is the Wirecutter's favorite, and has a perfect review average. [Samsung EVO 64GB Micro SD Card, $35]

If you need more space, B&H is taking $20 off the SanDisk 128GB MicroSD card, which is the only legitimate 128GB option on the market right now. [SanDisk Ultra 128GB MicroSD Card, $100]

The Panasonic Vortex nose and facial hair trimmer is one of our favorite pieces of shaving gear, not to mention one of the most popular items we've ever listed. Today, you can get one for a mere $9 after clipping the $3 coupon, which is easily the best price we've ever seen. [Panasonic Vortex, $9 after Coupon]

Update: The coupon is only available for trimmers sold by Amazon directly, and it seems like they're sold out for now. Sometimes they'll come back quickly with more though, so keep checking back.

Depending on an upcoming Supreme Court ruling, Aereo might not be around much longer. Luckily, it's easier than ever to roll your own Aereo-like service with these SiliconDust streaming boxes. All you have to do is plug in a coax cable from your OTA antenna (we recommend the Mohu Leaf for city-dwellers), and plug the box into your home network. Once you're set up, you'll be able to stream the content for free to your computers, mobile devices, and even Roku boxes. [SiliconDust Streaming Boxes, $85-$155]

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