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Find out below how to unearth hidden discounts at Amazon, get a substantial price cut on an iPad, and score a ream of paper for next to nothing. Here are the best bargains this week:

Apple's Refresh Cycle Brings Great iPad Deals
Apple is set to announce a new iPad in October, which means all the currently manufactured models are seeing great discounts from resellers. If you're not interested in waiting to see what the latest model from Apple will offer, then you can snag quite a deal with this 64GB Apple iPad Air 2, sold by Blutek on eBay. At $499.99, it's not an insignificant purchase, but it'll save you at least $56. (Buying this model directly from Apple will cost you $100 more.)

Nearly Free Printer Paper
If you ever print anything out — or if you have a desire to make vast quantities of paper airplanes — then this is a deal worth taking advantage of. Swing by Staples with this printable coupon and "Easy" rebate, and you'll score a ream of 8.5" x 11" paper for just a penny. That's a savings of $8, which isn't too shabby if you can easily add Staples to an already planned shopping trip. Just be sure to get there before this deal ends on July 11.

Amazon's Secret Video Game Deals
It appears as if Amazon has been offering secret discounts on video games for Prime members, but the only way to see the discount is to be signed in to a Prime account and to add the item to your cart. Qualifying games are all shipped and sold by Amazon itself (so no marketplace sellers), and will feature a small promo advertisement on the product page. (Click here to see what it looks like.) A list of titles that are currently eligible can be found at Destructoid, and the selection includes many notable titles and preorders.

Get Classy With Your Glasses
People are easily influenced by packaging, and we bet that if you bought these elegantly-shaped Riedel wine glasses, you could make even Two Buck Chuck seem like something more refined. Currently Barneys Warehouse is charging $25 for these glasses, but they drop to $15 in your shopping cart, which is half off the original price. This deal applies to three different styles, including Pinot Noir, Cabernet, or Syrah.

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