Bargains

Not really, but what a cute picture 🙂

Last night a coupon code was floating around Twitter–$3 off any ebook at Kobo.com. I hemmed and hawed, because I’ve never bought from there, so tried a couple of books that were under $3, thinking at least that way I wouldn’t be wasting money.

I ended up buying a dozen books (at least) for under $5, and several had been on my wishlists. Only three cost anything after the coupon, and those were under a dollar. Now to find time to read…

This AM I bought the Glee Volume 4 soundtrack because it was on sale from Best Buy. I’m thinking about buying the soundtrack from Back Up Plan as a download from Amazon, but wonder if someone will have it on sale Friday.

I’ve been going to the website http://www.bfad.com looking for advance news of Black Friday ads. I’m mostly just curious, and haven’t seen anything great. I did see Office Max will be having a laser printer for $50. I bought mine 2 years ago from them.

I’m following Amazon Lightning Deals on Twitter. Last year I got Young Frankenstein for $3, and a couple of other deals that I discovered this way.

Are you anxious about seeing the upcoming bargains to lure us this season?

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Marianne Arkins
    Nov 21, 2010 @ 14:45:57

    We’re in a spending moratorium … saving for tuition for DD’s schooling next fall. Oy.

    So, mostly, I’m trying not to look and be tempted.

    Reply

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