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jaeydee wrote:If I buy another flying Monkey my husband might kill me. Literally.
My husband found the additional box I had squirreled away. It was tough explaining that one, "But the capes, they're different!" Ha, yeah.
No item repeats, at least.
rikushix wrote:Been there before
It was that woot flying game or whatever. I got to level 7, while the level required was still only 1. Like 30 times.
jessiferr wrote:This is possibly a stupid question, but are these actually fun to fling? This is my second Woot-off and the first screaming Monkey I've seen and I really like tigers.......
The flingability wears out really quick, and you're left with a limp-bodied monkey, but it's good for some laughs the first few times around.
Look at ME
I bought THREE!
Point 1: The monkeys are flying at a high rate of speed.
Point 2: It is still Birthday Week. You don't just celebrate 1 day...duh.
Man, I don't need this sooo badly.
Both woot-off tools I've checked estimate that this ain't the end...or at least that the number of monkeys won't last too long.
I'm down for 3... why not. Good time to use my free shipping coupon. Good night all
that's life. Even though you don't get everything you want, it ok just as long as you have good company to ride it out.
Up in the air Junior Birdman (monkey?)!
weitzwb24 wrote:The lights like in you signature... are still spinning on the main page...
It'll be over in 48 minutes. Happy now?
Just bought a Pioneer Kuro 141 FD, a Dennon 4311CI receiver and Klipsch 1000 HD speakers. Got 2 sets of 3 HDMI cables and the speaker wall mounts. Best timing ever, thanks woot!
roxannez wrote:The flingability wears out really quick, and you're left with a limp-bodied monkey, but it's good for some laughs the first few times around.
I don't know, my kids enjoy spiking them into the floor just to make them scream. It's equally as effective. I have to hide them.
No Bag Of The Day the Ponies Come Back (2000) but I do enjoy getting more monkeys. :D
I got one of these in a Bindle of Carrots and my dog is OBSESSED with it. I can't get it out without him going crazy. They are a lot of fun too.
given the somewhat arbitrary and perhaps less useful choices in the woot off, I had the impression that it might have a different day. Maybe 4/1/2012?
I think there should be a warranty. The person that is able to destroy their screaming monkey in the most creative way gets a new test subject.
I still dislike how the screaming monkeys don't come with a warranty. I bought a giant black caped a while ago and the poor thing arrived with the stitching over his chest ripped open and his fluffy cloud innards poking out. No warranty, nothing I could do.
Fountain3586 wrote:Who thinks my 3 1/2 month old will like this??? She's a trooper. Already eating mashed things and talks jibberish.
My three year old is scared of these things.
weitzwb24 wrote:Why do people thing this is the end? The lights are still spinning...
they spin until the next item (which usually starts at midnight, give or take)
Thank you. Merci. Arigato. Danke. diolch yn fawr.
jeninmaine wrote:I don't know, my kids enjoy spiking them into the floor just to make them scream. It's equally as effective. I have to hide them.
Agreed. You don't lose the scream capability of these monkeys, just the distance flinging ability once the stretchy stuff is worn out.
I actually bought two a while ago, they're very awkward to fling, but oh are they amusing!
duckcake wrote:Why does the write up seem like this is going to be the last monkey made?
Since it's a Bengals cape, they're just paraphrasing Carson Palmer.
Is this a little monkey, or one of the huge big ones? Where are the specs?
I fire them at misbehaving children. It helps that I have a whole arsenal of them.
They're fun to scare people, office wars (as mentioned earlier), and playing with pets.
My previous dog liked chasing it. I would take it away when we were done though. I would suggest doing so if your dog is a chewer as those rubber arms are probably not good for doggy digestion
Y U NO HAVE Bundle of Crops???!?!
Tiamat114 wrote:I still dislike how the screaming monkeys don't come with a warranty. I bought a giant black caped a while ago and the poor thing arrived with the stitching over his chest ripped open and his fluffy cloud innards poking out. No warranty, nothing I could do.
You could...grab a needle and thread and sew it back together?
(I know, I'm a stinker)
In for three; unexplained free shipping coupon applied.
I have about 14 monkeys ready to get their tags pulled along with four or so elder siblings and a giant to command the battle against an over-aggressive co-worker!
tnn151 wrote:Woot off with no crapoli ... We might have another Montreal Stanley cup episode here....
haha you mean the 1993 montreal riot, or the recent post-canucks-failure riot?
I just bought 3...can't imagine why. Must pawn off on nieces and nephews.
Screaming Monkeys... The best use is to gift to kids of parents you don't care for.
souphtc wrote:Any admin here? I wanted to buy 3 but hit one instead. If I buy 2 more will you guys combine shipping?
Just go to their Customer support page and tell them that you want two more and they will send you to more w/o no more shipping . I ve done it b4
The monkey is very fun to fling. When I've had a bad day, all I do is fling my screaming monkey and it makes me giggle maniacally.
timothyw wrote:Is this a little monkey, or one of the huge big ones? Where are the specs?
This is the regular-sized monkey. The large ones are noted in the name... like Freakishly Huge Screaming Primate or something like that.
Too Phallic, even for me.
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