Get $20 worth of Electronic Accessories for $10 at EverydaySource.com – Save 50%

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EverydaySource.com is a website where consumers can find all types of electronic accessories at low prices. Announced today, you can now save 50% and purchase $20 worth of electronics for just $10 through a deal with Groupon.

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To get this deal, click here. Or continue reading to see what you can get with your $20 credit.

Get $20 worth of Electronic Accessories for $10 at EverydaySource.com – Save 50%, Seekyt

I did some research to see what you can get for $20 at EverydaySource.com, and to my surprise, there are actually quite a few things that you can purchase with this deal.

Amongst the products for sale, items for under $20 include printer ink and toner cartridges, batteries, cables, chargers, computer mice and keyboards and more.

Surprisingly, by purchasing a $20 credit for only $10, you might be able to purchase several items at once, and still have change left over after shipping charges are calculated.

If you purchase something from them today, Valentines day (02/14/2011), you can also apply a special discount to save another 10% on your order. Just use the coupon code MVALENTINE2011.

If you’re still keeping track, this all means you can potentially purchase $22 worth of electronic accessories for only $10. So, if you are in the market for some HDMI cables, a new mouse for your computer, or any other gadget you find on their website, this might be the deal for you.

In case you are wary of this deal, Groupon is one of the internet’s largest providers of deals and coupons (if not THE largest provider). They have helped consumers save over one billion dollars through their relationships with businesses around the country. This particular coupon code is a national deal, so no matter where you live, you can get this deal.

 

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Get $20 worth of Electronic Accessories for $10 at EverydaySource.com – Save 50%, Seekyt
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