Friday, November 28, 2014

Black Friday deals


13 comments:

KeepSmiling said...

Hahahaha save $4 and risk getting trampled while you're at it. Sounds like a great plan.

But maybe that $4 will be enough to get a couple extra strength Tylenol pills-- I'm sure you'll need it after experiencing the madhouse that is Black Friday shopping. I've heard it causes major headaches.

bobbie said...

I'll take 2 please... and then a lobotomy!

Hattie said...

Such a bargain! Hold me back!

Mal said...

Such a bargin!

As a matter of conscience, and safety, I never attend black friday sales.

They're manipulative, dangerous, and bring out the worst in shoppers.

Jono said...

Such a deal! I'll take a truckload!

Ms. Donna said...

I've done BF when I have seen something the kids really, really want. But as they (and I) have gotten older, BF seems less and less worth it.

J said...

$4.00 better than the sale tickets on which the sale/discounted price is the same as the regular price.

Anonymous said...

Buy 99, get one free!

Ronna said...

What? Where's the link to this deal????

Loren Pechtel said...

For an Apple product that's a substantial discount.

And it's a whole % off. Not long ago I saw a clearance item just under 0.1% off.

Candida Gomez said...

My first thought was "That thing has a lot of memory!" :p


But seriously, I avoid BF like the plague. I hate crowds at the best of times, and BF would not be good for my mental health. No deal is worth the stress.

Besides, I have broadband internet access. :p One of the ways it's useful is taking advantage of deals without the risk of getting trampled.

BendySadness said...

Sadly, this madness has made its way to the UK, especially in ASDA (Walmart owns them). A few people injured last year. Amazon does a lot too, but at least that's online.

Anonymous said...

Service charges not included.

 
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