It’s finally Christmas Eve and you’ve finished shopping for all your friends and family. And now that you’ve bought presents for everyone else, it’s time to spend some money on yourself – it’s also time to save some money.
For the next 72 hours, Newegg is having its annual Holiday Magic Sale and you’ll be able to spoil yourself with great deals on hundreds of items. Everything from PCs, laptops, hardware, electronics, TVs, and more are all discounted at incredible savings. And because you’re probably tired of shopping, I’ve narrowed down the list to the best deals that are sure to make you happy – regardless of if you’ve been naughty or nice.
The best deals to spoil yourself:
Not only do we have a great price on the Xbox One “Assassin’s Creed: Unity” Bundle, we’re also throwing in a free 12-month Xbox Live subscription along with a $40 Newegg gift card. We’re literally giving you $100 to buy one of the best video game consoles ever, and if you want to spoil yourself all year long in 2015, then this will definitely help.
You’ll probably want a new TV to pair up with your Xbox and if you really want to spoil yourself you have to go all out. That’s why we’re offering you a ridiculously low price on a 42” 4K TV that will make you wonder how you ever watched regular HD in the first place. This offering from Changhong has everything you need to enjoy high-quality Ultra HD including a 240Hz enhanced motion rate, narrow bezel, and four HDMI inputs.
There’s no point in having a 4K TV if you don’t have good speakers, right? That’s why you should invest in a pair of Polk Audio’s Monitor Series and hear for yourself why these are considered to be one of the best “modern living accessories.” Built for speed and quality, your ears will thank you for spoiling them with high-performance sound.
You’re going to need something to piece together your Xbox, TV, and speakers. And the best way to do that is with Onkyo because they allow you to get the most out of your Ultra HD system with HDMI 2.0 connections. And since you already have your Polk speakers, you’ll be able to use the included Onkyo bookshelf speakers for something else – like your new computer (see below!).
Remember: you’re trying to spoil yourself here. And nothing says “spoiled” like a top-of-the-line computer from ASUS. This one is powerful enough to handle anything you want and features a 3.6GHz Intel i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760. And if that’s not enough to convince you, maybe the $50 rebate will.
What do you think? How are you spoiling yourself this Christmas? Let us know in the comments below!