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Daily Deal: Black Friday Sales

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Take to the sky and re-capture your favorite Star Wars dogfighting moments by piloting your very own laser-shooting starfighter! Featuring new Reverse Propulsion technology and multiple speed settings, this Rebel Alliance X-Wing can reach speeds up to 35 miles per hour and execute stunts with the push of a button. Fire up the companion app and become a master pilot with more than 30 training missions. Then, once you're ready, take off and dogfight with other Propel drones for aerial supremacy! There are three different models to choose from and they're each on sale for $50. Use the code BFSAVE20 for an additional 20% off.

Add an extra layer of security to your browsing with NordVPN. Get online access anywhere with 3,521 worldwide server locations in 61 different countries, and you can connect 6 devices simultaneously. All data sent through NordVPN’s private tunnels is double encrypted, and with zero logs recorded, you can surf with greater confidence that your data is protected. A 1 year subscription is on sale for $60, or a 2 years subscription for $95.75. Use the code BLACKFRIDAY15 for an additional 15% off.

They say you should never stop learning, and at Stone River that mantra is a way of life. Through this unlimited lifetime subscription, you'll get full access to 170 courses and 2,000 hours of online learning, covering everything from iOS mobile development to graphic design. Plus, you'll get a range of VIP perks, including unlimited eBooks, personal guidance on what to learn, and even certification exams. With all of this content, you are guaranteed to stay on top of the technology learning curve! The price has dropped from $59 to $49.

The Ultimate Cisco Certification Super Bundle will help you prepare to gain certifications necessary to work with Cisco Networking Systems. The 9 courses cover interconnecting Cisco networking devices, LAN switching technologies, IPv4 and IPv6 routing technologies, WAN technologies, infrastructure services and maintenance, network security, and much more. Each course is designed to help you prepare to take various Cisco certification exams. This bundle is on sale for $49.

Channel your inner tinkerer and take to the skies with your own customizable drone! Compatible with all major toy building blocks, the Force Flyers DIY Building Block Drone pack teaches you key STEM concepts while you build your own flying (or driving) machine. Explore aerodynamics and weight distribution as you engineer the perfect design. Then, get airborne and weave through tight spaces with a 6-axis gyro that makes for even smoother flying. And, don't worry, the drone is engineered with auto-stabilization and crash-resistant plastic, making it perfect for new pilots. There are 4 different themed packs to choose from: space, fire fighter, police and army. Each drone pack price has dropped from $43 to $40.

There are more deals throughout the store. Use code BFSAVE20 for 20% off of physical goods not already marked down, BFSAVE40 for 40% off apps/software not already marked down, and BFBUNDLE75 for 75% off most elearning bundles.

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    Nick Hudson, 24 Nov 2018 @ 6:44am

    Best Deal I got

    I have been following some VPN deals to get my subscription renewed and I found PureVPN to be offering the best pricing for features they are offering. Bought their Black Friday deal, they have extended 12 hours still remaining. I would recommend it to anyone trying to buy one.

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    Sidney, 26 Nov 2018 @ 3:52am

    Best time to buy a vpn

    It is a best nordvpn deal so far and it is a top-notch VPN product you definitely get more than you pay. I tried it even on Linux and it works just the same,in my experience not many products covers Linux operating system.

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