Just doing this on a whim here, I may or may not do another of these depending on its reception.
First, a contest. Days of Wonder is giving away a game every day until October 13th. In order to qualify, you have to link your DoW account (free to sign up) to your Facebook account, and then write a story about playing a DoW game (it appears you can also use the auto-update). For those of you unfamiliar with Days of Wonder, they put out excellent quality games which continuously have top-notch game art. Their Ticket to Ride series are all wonderful gateway games for those unfamiliar with the Modern boardgame, and Small World the game that's gotten the most replays this year. If you haven't played a DoW game, by signing up for the free account you can play several of the games online for free.
Second, a deal. Sorry! Sliders is currently $16 at Toys R Us, a savings of around $10, or 40% off the retail price. In Sorry! Sliders you are attempting to flick a pawn down a short ramp onto the target board, scoring the value of the highest numbered ring the pawn touches. Easy enough, except that you don't score until everyone has flicked all four of their pawns onto the same target board, in the process knocking their opponent's pawns onto different rings or off the board. This is an excellent dexterity game, playable by 2-4 players ages 6 and up--but I would argue that a 3 year old should have no problem playing this game. If you're tired of playing Candy Land, I'd definately recommend picking this one up; this game is also good for adults, who will find a great deal of fun in the positioning, finesse, and competitiveness of this game.
I find deals and contests fairly often; if you're interested in hearing about these, or if you're not, please let me know. I figure it's pretty easy to enter most of these contests (I'll probably only post them if the entry qualifications are relatively easy), and if someone I know wins a free game or two, all the better. If you've entered the contest, or if you win a contest I post here, let me know as well.