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November 21, 2011


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I save 100% on Black Friday by subscribing to the "Where Would Jesus Shop?" philosophy.

Or they are out of date - an example that comes to mind is KB Toys offering an older Nintendo Gameboy that they no longer made games for....

Couldn't agree more.

There is a work around to make sure you are not stuck with a bad Black Friday deal. On Black Friday my sister and her neighbor pickup most of what seems like a good deal. They keep the items unused for 3 to 4 weeks while they watch out for more deals in the Holiday season. If they get better deals, they exchange the items. And for the items that they dont need, they simply go back and return. They get their Black Friday shopping fix and also get to make sure they got the good deals on items that really need..not bad huh?

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