Approximately 154 million Americans shopped during Thanksgiving weekend last year, a statistic the Chicago Tribune helpfully points out denotes a downward trend when it comes to Black Friday sales. Though some people still love to line up outside the mall after Thanksgiving dinner to score deals, others have figured…
Black Friday is winding down, but if you haven’t gotten around to shopping yet, or were just overwhelmed by the selection, these are our 40 favorite deals that you can still buy tonight. If you want to see the rest, you’ll find everything over on our main Black Friday post.
You don’t need to stand in line at the crack of dawn or risk being trampled to death to score the best Black Friday deals; they’re all available online, and we’re collecting the best ones right here.
Amazon’s first-party gadgets are always hot commodities come the holidays, and all of their Black Friday deals (that we know of) are available now.
Black Friday is winding down, but there are a ton of great deals that are still in stock and ready to ship. The list below are only our handpicked favorites, but feel free to check out our main post for more.
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While not nearly as good as the Prime-only deals we saw last month, if you’re in the market for a Kindle e-reader this holiday season, you can save $20-$30 today on three different models.
Is back-to-school shopping going the way of the rotary phone and the nickel soda?
The trial for the horrific murder of an American Eagle employee on Black Friday began this week in Fort Worth, TX. 27-year-old old Carter Carol Cervantez is on trial for capital murder in the killing of Ashlea Ann Harris, whose body was found on November 28, 2014. Cervantez’s 21 year-old boyfriend Clarence David…
In 1981, Milton Bradley released Bargain Hunter, a board game which allowed players to experience the joys of shopping for discounts while also learning about the risks of credit cards. The object of the game is to furnish an apartment with specific items while staying within a budget. If you’re able to buy everything…
Category-wide sales on Amazon are few and far between, and this is one of the most wide-ranging discounts they’ve ever offered: Promo code HOLIDAY30 will take 30% off any physical book they sell, up to $10.
It’s an all too common story: Two years ago, My father dragged me out of bed and onto the parking lot of Best Buy. It’ll be fun, he said. It’s an experience, he said. Televisions ran out an hour before we reached the front of the line. Like many of you, I said never again. So, from the comfort of your bed, peruse the…
As you hash out your Black Friday attack plan, remember some of the deals you’re getting aren’t actually deals. Specifically, if you’re headed to a Kate Spade outlet, that cute purse shaped like a playing card was never really sold for the higher original price listed on the price tag—the tricks they play, eh?
The War on Christmas is ramping up: another large chain, H&M, plans to close its doors on one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
America has turned Black Friday (and wringing its hands about Black Friday) into a national sport. But it seems the U.K. has one-upped us, with the invention of "Panic Saturday." Now that's my kind of retail phenomenon. EVERYBODY FREAK OUT AND START STOCKPILING FROZEN DOLLS, THIS IS NOT A DRILL, SIREN JINGLE ALL THE…
If you're trying to spend your holiday season rediscovering your faith in humanity, it's probably best that you not think about how 30,000 people collectively spent $180,000 buying actual boxes of shit from a card game company.
A Fort Worth, Tex., woman found dead in her burned apartment is now believed to have been bound, strangled to death, and set on fire with what appears to have been rubbing alcohol by two former coworkers.
It's Thanksgiving evening, roughly 7:30 p.m. "Are you sure you don't want to bail?" my mother-in-law asks, with barely concealed concern, as we approach the exit for the Secaucus, New Jersey Walmart. I promise I'll text updates and swear that if something goes hideously awry and I'm marooned in a sea of big-box…