You know me for the bargain hunter that I am.
Thus, I followed all the on-line sites very closely and started with a Norelco razor which was $50, down from $100, with a $30 rebate in the mail. 80% off is how I like to roll.
I have been in the market for an XBox 360 with Kinect and couldn’t pry one out of Microsoft or their PR firm, so when I saw the 250 gb on sale at Best Buy on Black Friday I thought I would brave the crowds. This is usually a $300 item, for $200 I stood on line for 25 minutes. Big whoop.
On to Barnes & Noble where you could buy 1 toy for 50% off (yesterday only). Did you know they have an extensive line of Lego items? I then got another 10% off for being a member. That is a net of 55% off a Lego, an item that never goes below 25% off!
Lastly, Staples for batteries and virus protection. I had to spend $90, but I will get that all back in rebates. And if some of those rebates are in the form of store cash, I always need ink!
Then, before bed time, I saw the deal at CVS where you get a 20% bonus for buying gift cards! I love giving presents to myself! My milk is already 10% cheaper here than the supermarkets, now it is an additional 30% off all year long if I play my gift cards right!
Today is Saturday and here I am with an XBox and no Kinect! Thanks to GameStop I got my Kinect for $109.99. I used my game trade in credits and paid no tax. My net cost was 25% off for the whole system so I am quite happy with that. I have a paid exercise gig coming up on the blog, so get ready for some very embarrassing moments!
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