The 2:48AM Holiday Gift Guide

Post by Mark

christmas guide

Christmas is coming up and I have decided to put together a gift guide. I chose items that were good deals, my taste and affordable. If you want to buy something for a friend and not pay too much you have that option, while if you want to buy something for a family member and pay more you also have that option.

All items below are linked to

Dear Valued Customer: You Are A Loser ($10)
Sas Survival Guide ($9)
Sneakers: The Complete Collectors’ Guide ($19)
DPM Disruptive Pattern Material ($126)

Digital Camera
Canon Powershot A520 ($174)

MP3 Player
Apple 2GB iPod Nano ($194)

Apple 12″ iBook ($999)

Nirvana – With the Lights Out ($41)
Alice in Chains – Music Bank ($45)

Video Games
Sony PSP ($250)
Gameboy Micro ($90)

Season 1 & Season 2 of Arrested Development ($42)
Star Wars Trilogy ($45)
Sex and the City – The Complete Series ($194)

iRobot Roomba ($149)

Fun & Cheap
Holga Medium Format Camera with flash ($29)
20Q Challenge ($35)
Tamagotchi Connection ($15)
Real Lights Sound Arena ($40)
Rubik’s Cube ($7)
Magic 8 Ball ($8)

Sennheiser PX 100 Headphones ($45)
Moleskine Small Plain Notebook ($15)
Harman Kardon Soundsticks 2 ($109)

More items might be added later…

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5 comments, add your own...

  1. q8Sultana says:

    Just FYI, the Rubik’s cube was invented by a Hungarian (with the last name Rubik -surprisingly)
    I just couldn’t resist sharing that :o)

  2. Mark says:

    FYI, last i heard he was teaching in Pakistan.

  3. Yazeed says:

    what do u get in turn for these links to amazon?

    how much per click?

  4. Mark says:

    i dont get per click. if someone purchases an item using my link i make 5% of the amount.

  5. Yazeed says:

    wow thats nice
    u should have had a link for a powerbook when u knew i was gonna order it:)

    buy them for yourself :)
    like if u wanna buy something, link it, buy it with another account, and u get 5%, thats if you are not currently doing it.

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