> I went in to look at their "deals" after they started advertising their
> "clearance" sales.
> $130 (Newegg) Simpletech 1TB external HD was on sale for $249.
> $99 (Newegg) 1TB SATA internal drive was on sale for $199.
> $25 (Dealspl.us) 8GB flash drive was on sale for $69.
Well like I said depending on the items and the rates they MSRP for you can get a great deal or get the shaft as I said already. Also you should figure with NewEgg you don't have the usual overhead of a store: floor rats, store rental, shipping trucks/people/facilities to stores, ads for stores etc. NewEgg etc just are online, some phone jockeys, and the warehouse mailroom rats that mail shit to you (yah I'm being basic, but it works.)
Like I had said, CC is dead and the mooches who are liquidating returned the prices to the initial MSRP of the units so some stuff you'll get hosed on. FYI they're the same turd who did CompUSA last year where you had these so called great 20-30% off deals but the shit was 10s to 100s of dollars more expensive than other retail outlets not even including online sales (like NewEgg.)
Video games though, XM/Sirius, Car radio equipment, furniture/stands, various moderate to minor 'accessories', open-box stuff, and a few others are notable wins. Computers (and all associated parts for the most part), TVs(hit and miss), stereos (hit and miss again), and the rest you'll probably get dicked on if you don't research first.