Why: It's a dance party game that covers everything from Carly Rae Jepsen to Justin Bieber to Flo Rida, plus a battle mode that brilliantly pits "Moves Like Jagger" against "Never Gonna Give You Up." Easily worth 25 bucks.
Why: Why would you buy a 4GB player for $28 when Sears has one for $20? Because this one has a belt clip! Need we say more? Oh wait, we do. It also has an FM radio and a longer battery life (Amazon estimates by about four hours).
Why: If you're not ready to drop nearly $200 on Beats By Dre but want to take it up a notch from those Skullcandy earbuds, here's what you want. And honestly, 50% off is about as good as it gets, because when something is 75% off, you start to wonder what's wrong with it.
Why: While we're not sure an iHome needs to share all the florescent colors of the EDM rainbow (the product description raves about its "array of soothing yet energizing lights"), it's hard to argue with a $59 price tag on an iHome. Not only does it boost your iPod's stereo strength, but you can set it to start playing music as an alarm clock. American innovation!