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Black Friday cheat Sheet

Discussion in 'Bargains and Deals' started by Robert Spalding, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. Robert Spalding

    Robert Spalding Well-Known Member

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    My wife thanks you. She loves that kind of organization for what is usually a rather scattered experience.

    If this information, however, gives her the idea we should go out shopping Friday morning, I don't thank you!

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  3. HienN

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    Wow. This is so well organized. Thank you. Now if you can create a cheatsheet that also takes care of the standing in line at 2 am and all-day shopping, I would be so grateful.
     
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    It's called shopping online. Got a bunch of cheap DVD sets and BB's Toshiba laptop with an HD DVD drive without stepping foot inside a B&M store (or waking up at 2am). The only store I went to today was CC to pick up a wireless router. Being able to order that laptop on BB's site Wednesday night was especially helpful, since I definitely would have had to be there early to get that. [​IMG]
     
  5. HienN

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    On Black Friday I didn't get out of the house until 2 pm until the some of the crowds had gone home and rested, and still managed to get an electric shaver, an iPod car kit, a laser computer mouse and CD-R discs, all at half proce. As long as I stayed away from TVs, laptops, LCD displays and GPS devices, I think I was safe to venture out on this mad mad day.
     

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