Deals on tech, toys and Staples copy paper

Check out these online deals for a new Dell laptop, Tommy Hilfiger fashions, a rebate on office copy paper and more, care of

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Whether you're working hard on those memos or sleeping through to avoid the workload, we've found some useful freebies that will make your hump day a little less mountainous. We've spotted a 5-ream paper case and a sleep-tracking alarm iOS app for absolutely nothing! This loot, and more great deals are in today's list of five Editors' Choice deals that we found overnight and early this morning.

Top Freebie Deal
 Staples 8.5x11" Copy Paper 5-Ream Case
 Store: Staples retail locations
 Price: $0 (present this coupon in-store at purchase and enter the ID Number here for a $24.99 Easy rebate)
 Lowest by: $15
 Expires: March 15

Do You Need It?: Splashing out on home or office essentials is never exciting but an unfortunate, and often pricey, necessity. Staples however, is offering 5 reams of copy paper for absolutely nothing when you make the trip to your local outlet. That's a saving of at least $15, when compared to a similar case of paper at the next cheapest store. Although you need to part with cash initially, you will receive it every cent back after purchase via an online rebate.

Looking for an equally good deal on less paper? It also offers the HammerMill 8.5x11" Copy Plus Paper 500-Sheet Ream for $0 (a $6 low) when you purchase it in store for $7.99 and present this printable coupon. After purchase, enter your ID Number for a $7.99 Easy rebate.

Top Toys Deal
 Wange United Kingdom: Tower Bridge of London 1,033 Block Set
 Store: Novelty Toys via Amazon
 Price: $60.48 with free shipping
 Lowest by: $128

Do You Need It?: Adding to your (or your kids') LEGO collection can cost a pretty penny, but this generic London Bridge set from Amazon is cheap, cheerful, and most importantly, compatible with everyone's favorite big-brand building bricks. It's dropped by $128 to a very low price for such an extensive set. It features over 1,000 pieces, leaving enough to spare to get stuck in your shoe.

Top Designer Deal
 Tommy Hilfiger Sale
 Store: Tommy Hilfiger
 Discount: 40% off sitewide via "SLICKFF40" & 20% off 2 items or 30% off 3 or more
 Shipping: $7.95

Do You Need It?: Designer threads rarely come cheap, so we're always on the lookout for low-cost big-brand bargains. Tommy Hilfiger is hosting its best ever stacking percent-off coupon deal and slashing prices across the store. (Note that some exclusions apply, including watches and fragrances.) Two choice options are the Tommy Hilfiger Women's Oxford Stripe Shirt (pictured in Blue) for $41.40 ($28 off) or the Tommy Hilfiger Men's Oxford Stripe Shirt for $29.70 ($20 off).

Top Laptop Deal
 Dell Latitude E4300 Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz 13.3" Laptop
 Store: Blair Technology Group via Newegg
 Price: $189 with free shipping
 Lowest by: $23
 Expires: March 14 at 2:59 am ET

Do You Need It?: If you're looking for a budget-friendly laptop with no frills, then this super cheap Dell laptop features ample storage for its price. It's currently at an all-time price low for a Latitude 13" build and is $24 less than a refurbished unit at any other store. It has an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz dual-core CPU, 13.3" 1280x800 LCD, 3GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, DVD burner, 802.11n wireless, and Windows 7 Home Premium. (A 1-year warranty applies, although it's unclear who backs it.)

Top App Deal
 Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
 Store: Starbucks via the iTunes App Store
 Price: Free
 Lowest by: $2

Do You Need It?: If you greet most mornings bleary-eyed and cranky, then this nifty, sleep-monitoring app might help you save your co-workers from your early morning funk. It's fallen by $2 in price to the best we've seen. This alarm app analyzes your sleep cycle to wake you up during your lightest sleep phase.

Total Savings: At least $168

Donna Doyle is a senior staff writer at, where this article first appeared.

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