I love Slickdeals.net. It's a website that helps you find good (sometimes great) deals on lots of different things. If Slickdeals.net did not exist, I would have a lot more money. But I would also have a lot less cool stuff!
Here are some of my favorite deals:
100 GB Hard Drive for $5
160 GB Hard Drive plus 200 GB External Hard Drive for $20 total
Tonka Mighty Dump Truck (with flames) for $5
Lazer Tag Master Blaster for $5 (got 4 of them)
Other good deals include:
Free Schick Quattro razors
Free can of some green energy drink that I can't remember
200 CD jewel cases for $2
3 boxes of Nestle Crunch Sticks for Free
But my all time favorite deal was:
28 twelve pack cases of various flavors of Pepsi
3 24-packs of bottled water
12 bags of Lays/Tostitos chips
for $20 (actually $120, but with $100 in Safeway and Home Depot gift cards). And if I turned in the cans for the deposit money, it would be free!
I still have a bunch of the Pepsi left over. When I first put it in my garage, it looked like someone had just dropped off a pallet of Pepsi at my house. And our cupboards were full of chips.
My newest SlickDeal is a cast iron hibachi for $40. Do I need a new grill? No. I already have 4 grills of various sizes. Am I buying it because $40 is not very much money to me? No. I could really use $40 (I could almost buy Tide of Iron with that money!). Can the hibachi do things that my other grills can't do? Not really. Anything I could cook on the hibachi, I could easily cook on one of my other grills (although, if I went to the beach or tailgating, the hibachi would be much easier to bring along. Unfortunately, I can't think of the last time I did either of those things).
You know, I just saw the deal on the front page and, somehow, my love of grills, cast iron, good deals compelled me to make the purchase. I really like SlickDeals, but it has a way of very slowly chipping away at both my disposable income and my available storage space.