A lot of good stuff happening over at 9to5Toys.com this Father’s Day weekend:

Amazon gives you $2 in free MP3s.  No tricks, just free music. Go.

Amazon also has dropped the 1080P Apple TV to just $90.98 (Update: now up to $94.86) with free shipping. That’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen it new.  Add a LED Sharp 26″ 1080P TV for $189.99 with free pickup at Best Buy. (More HDTV savings)

Best Buy also has the just dropped the prices of MacBook Airs and Pros (previous gen, pictured below) for significant savings up to $375 off and starting at just $739 with free shipping/site to store. Notables:

What to put on your new Macs? There are four excellent Mac bundles running and expiring as early as today:

  1. MacUpdate offers downloads of its MacUpdate 2012 12-Application Bundle for $49.99. That’s a savings of $691 on Parallels Desktop 7, ScreenFlow 3, Civilization V, Jaksta, Espionage 3, and more. Deal ends June 20.
  2. The $50 Mac Stack Bundle: Wallpaper Wizard, Mac App Blocker, App Delete, VidConvert and Narrator all for only $20. These five  Mac apps are designed to simplify your life and increase office and home productivity. StackSocial is offering these amazing apps  75% off so don’t let this deal pass you up! 
  3. The $20 Mac Productivity Bundle: PhoneView, Keyboard Maestro, Typinator, Default Folder X, TotalFinder, iStopMotion 2, LittleSnapper, Smashing E-book Bundle, Picons Ultimate+, ThemeFuse
  4. Macworld Magazine’s ‘Gems’ is just $40. Bevy, Calibrate, CallItADay, CuteClips, Clean Text (Site License), DiskTracker, FolderGlance, FX Studio Pro, SMART Utility, and TopXNotes. Deal ends June 17.

Oh, here are some USB sticks:

  • TigerDirect offers the Verbatim Pinstripe 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive, model no. 49064, for $12.99 plus $2.29 for shipping ($0.48/GB). That’s the lowest total price we could find by $3, and a low non-rebate price for a flash drive of this capacity.
  • Buy.com offers the Kingston 16GB DataTraveler 101 Generation 2 USB 2.0 Flash Drive, model no. DT101G2/16GBZET, for $8.99 with free shipping. ($0.56/GB). That’s tied with our mention from ten days ago and the lowest total price we’ve seen. (It’s a current price low by a buck.)

MLB.TV offers its MLB.TV Premium Subscription for $49.99. That’s $50 off and the lowest price we could find. This subscription gives you access to the remaining 2012 regular season out-of-market games live or on-demand in high definition (where available) via your TV, iPhone/iPad, select Android devices, and Xbox 360 (via Xbox LIVE Gold). Multi-game viewing options let you watch up to four games at once, or pause and rewind live games with DVR functionality.

Today only, newegg cuts $10 off orders of $100 or more via coupon code “FB1MTHANKS4”.

Adobe also is running some specials.

As always much more at 9to5Toys.com

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