My old laptop is about to die, and I'm hoping to score a really great door crasher for a laptop during Black Friday tomorrow. I put together a quick hub on haggling for a better deal. Anyone else tips and tricks for making your dollar go further this Christmas shopping season?
Happy shopping and I'll see you in line!
Best tip was the one our daughter gave us six years ago:
"2004, gifts no more"
None of us have had to do any Xmas shopping since then.
At the risk of sounding spammy, I've gathered some Black Friday to Cyber Monday links at myonlineshoppes. I think I'd check out Office Max, Sears, Sears Outlet, Kmart for door busters. I'll post the link here, but you can also find it on my profile page. There are other electronic stores too, but I'm not sure if they are having doorbuster sales. You might check them out....if your lap top will make!
http://myonlineshoppes.wordpress.com/bl … ber-monday
Let me know how it goes:)
by Novel Treasure3 years ago
I've seen a lot of hubs on Black Friday and Cyber Monday and I've done several myself. I actually had it flagged because it was categorized wrong. I think that brings up the issue that we don't have a specific hubtopic...
by David 4704 years ago
I never went black friday shopping before. I normally would not today, but my Xbox 360 just so happen to break today.... ON THANSKGIVING !!! So I see this deal at Best Buy to pay $199.99 and get an Xbox Slim...
by Stacie L4 years ago
LOS ANGELES (AP) A woman shot pepper spray to keep shoppers from merchandise she wanted during a Black Friday sale, and 20 people suffered minor injuries, authorities said.The incident occurred shortly after 10:20...
by lrohner5 years ago
Not me, that's for sure. For generations, my family's Black Friday tradition has been to start the Christmas cookie baking/freezing. Are any of you planning on fighting the crowds tomorrow???
by Bill Manning5 years ago
So now that the holiday buying has kicked in I'm looking forward to my Amazon stats. Of course today I see they are late getting updated!
by andycool5 years ago
Why is 'Black Friday' said so? What's its relation with 'Thanks Giving' ceremony? What's the history of 'Thanks Giving' ceremony?
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