In honor of the FAA's decision to allow electronics on flights during takeoff, Amazon's got a one-day 15%-off deal on the Kindle, Kindle Fire HD, and Kindle Fire HDX, with the items reduced to $59, $118, and $195, respectively! You'll need the coupon code "THNKSFAA" for this one.
In DVDs, the Animation Deal of the Week is on various seasons of Dragon Ball Z for 60% off.
The TV Deal of the Week is on seasons of Sons of Anarchy for 60-69% off on Blu-Ray and DVD.
The Bundle of the Week is the Marvel Bundle on Blu-Ray, which is actually the Fox Marvel bundle, so has no Avengers stuff, but does nab you four X-Men movies (three of them good), plus the first Wolverine movie, Daredevil, Elektra, and both Fantastic Four movies on Blu-Ray for $59.99 (70% off). Okay, that only three good movies total (the first, second, and fourth X-Men flicks), but Daredevil and Wolverine are at least enjoyable cheesefests (I actually consider the former a tad underrated). At least they're not trying to saddle you with a Ghost Rider flick or Spider-Man 3.
The Blu-Ray Deal of the Week nabs you Coen Brothers Collection (with Blood Simple, Fargo, Miller's Crossing, and Raising Arizona) for $19.49 (68% off).
Also on sale: The Blu-Ray/DVD combo of Willow for $12.49 (50% off), the Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital combo of Olympus Has Fallen for $14.99 (63% off), the Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo of World War Z for $14.96 (63% off), and the first season of Revolution for $19.99 (67% off) on DVD and $29.99 (57% off) on Blu-Ray.
In video games, Tales of Xillia for the PS3 is down to $29.99 (50% off), and Final Fantasy XIII-2 for the Xbox is $9.99 (50% off).
And finally, on the Kindle, Robert McCammon's Mystery Walk is on sale for $1.99 today only.