Black Friday isn’t just about saving money, it’s about making a plan of attack and the thrill of the chase. The family shopper out there that camps out late Thanksgiving night, knows what I mean. This article will help you save money and precious family time.
While cooking on Thanksgiving day, have someone browse bestbuy.com and you could knock out a big part of your gamer’s list. Last year Best Buy let people do their day after Thanksgiving shopping on Thanksgiving Day via their website. The only downside to this is that you’ll have to wait for item(s) to come in the mail, as you can’t pick it up in the store.
Every year Gamestop usually has a “Buy 2 Get 1 FREE” sale on their Pre-Owned games. Used games are better for one, very good reason; you have six days to take it back and get an exchange if the intended owner doesn’t like the game after playing or beating it. Check your local Gamestop on holiday return policies.
Wal-Mart is a great place to be because they usually have most things you need on your list, but also they price match other ads. In addition, usually Wal-Mart has a better stock on their video games than other retailers because of its sheer buying power.
Amazon.com has sales hourly and some of them better than anything you’ll find anywhere else.. Just click Today’s Deals at the top of the site for hourly specials. They vary every day. Today through Nov 13, the site is having a save $10 off two games and get a $30 credit towards the purchase of future games which is a $50 savings.
I hope this helps you in this year’s shopping extravaganza. Have a Merry Christmas, or what ever holiday you celebrate.