Wal-Mart's $40 General Electric Appliances - Buying Kitchen Appliances On A Budget.
October 19th, 2009
In an effort to beat the prices of all their competitors, local Wal-Mart stores and Wal-Mart.com are now offering a small selection (fifteen) of General Electric household appliances for under $40!
This no doubt is good news to the G.E. conglomerate since recent news reports have stated: "The conglomerate's third-quarter results showed just how fragile the U.S. economy remains, as its troubled financial unit dragged down earnings 44 percent, despite gains in divisions that make wind turbines, household appliances and broadcast television shows." - The Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Items such as the GE 12-Cup Coffee Maker, 1300 watts; GE Electric Skillet; and the GE 3-Liter Deep Fryer are going for $39 in the store and on site.
What does this mean for the consumers?
Simple. -Great household appliances on the cheap.
Offering site-to-store free shipping; these great finds just may be the hot ticket household items this year.
A word of caution however: Before making a purchase, use the product reviews on the Wal-Mart.com site to help you make a more informed decision.
So if you're looking for a great way to save money on kithcen appliances, why not keep an eye out for these $40 General Electric Appliances at your local Wal-Mart or Wal-Mart.com.
It's hard to say when this promotion will end. So in keeping with the adage - "the early bird catches the worm" - why not get an early start on your shopping today!
They're Not General Electric, But They Are Good Brands As Well.
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