So back in July I reviewed the VF-803 LED flashlight from Victagen and liked it a lot, I actually still use it, it’s sitting here near my desk right now, it’s well made, very bright and durable. Anyway, they’re offering 40% off of it for a limited time and I thought I’d share with you, so if you need a flashlight go buy this one… https://www.amazon.com/gp/mpc/APNICDVNS8ZIN/
I have my very own Labor Day deal for you: You can get 15% off an Ewin Racing gaming chair if you use the code ‘technogog’ at https://www.ewinracing.com/
Quick post about the Black Friday deals on Acer products for you..
Black Friday is approaching, and here’s the scoop on Acer’s big deals with retailers!
Walmart will be offering the Acer Aspire V5-122P-0408 notebook for $199 on 11/28. It features a stunning 11.6" HD LCD 10-point multi-touch display and is less than 1 inch thin. The slim design incorporates a full size keyboard plus 4GB of memory and a 500GB hard drive so it’s functional yet affordable. (In-store only.)
Chromebooks are sure to be a hot item this holiday season, and Best Buy will make the offer even sweeter on Black Friday 11/28. The Acer Chromebook 11 (CB3-111-C8UB) will be priced at just $149, which is $50 off the MSRP of $199. This 11.6” HD Chromebook features an Intel processor, 16GB of storage and gets up to 8.5 hours of battery life. http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/NX.MQNAA.003
If you’ve got a student to shop for this holiday season, the Acer Aspire ES1-111M-C7DE notebook will be a great buy at Target starting 11/23. This notebook is typically priced at $229.99 but Target will price it at $179.99 during that period. The ES1-111M-C7DE is perfect for a student’s backpack with full Windows 8.1 productivity, an 11.6” screen, and weighs less than 3 pounds. http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/NX.MSNAA.001
Make those holiday dollars stretch further with $200 off a touch screen laptop! The Acer Aspire E5-571P-59QA features a beautiful 15.6” widescreen touch display. It also has everything you need to perform tasks – Windows 8.1, a Core i5 processor, 4GB of memory, a 500GB hard drive and 8X DVD drive. The MSRP on this model is $599.99 but Microsoft Stores will offer it for just $399.99 starting 11/27. http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/NX.MMSAA.013
How about a powerful new PC for the family to share and store all of your photos, music, and video files? Consider the Acer Aspire ATC-120-UC22 desktop. This model features a Quad-Core processor, 1TB of hard drive space, a DVD drive, and plenty of ports to connect devices (USB, HDMI, VGA.) With the inclusion of Windows 8.1, you have full Windows productivity. This model is on CostCo.com for $449.99 right now, but CostCo will offer it for just $399.99 starting 11/23. http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/DT.SV8AA.005
I don’t see the point of Thanksgiving anymore really, so why don’t we just cancel it? Yes I’m serious.
What is it? Hundreds of thousands of people now have to work on Thanksgiving because these stores are just getting more greedy and have to open on Thanksgiving, so what’s the point anymore?
I thought it was a day to give thanks and spend time with your family but how can you do that if you have to work?
All these stores are opening on Thanksgiving now. It was bad enough that they were opening on midnight on Black Friday, but at least you got the chance to enjoy Thanksgiving and didn’t have to work, but not they’re just saying the hell with it and just effectively cancelling Thanksgiving for a lot of hard working people out there. I’m sure the owners and board members and all those big wigs aren’t working on Thanksgiving but they’re making the little people work. It must be nice to be able to spend time with your family and send tell subordinates they can’t?!
What’s the point of even celebrating Thanksgiving anymore when people won’t even be home. Sure stores are opening at 5pm, but they’re having these limited supply doorbuster sales which means people will be there on Thanksgiving morning to get in line so there is no Thanksgiving for them either. So we have all these consumers not celebrating Thanksgiving and then all the employees not celebrating Thanksgiving so what’s the point again?
I guess you just have to figure out what’s a priority family or bargains. Sure there are some great deals, but I won’t be there. I’ve never once been shopping on Black Friday and don’t ever intend to, but I have to admit I have been tempted. I sure as hell would never go shopping on Thanksgiving.
I have to wonder how Black Friday and being open on Thanksgiving might affect sales for grocery stores since I’m sure people are buying less right since they’re not exactly celebrating Thanksgiving?
Whatever… who cares as long as they make their money right?
I guess next year they’ll open the day before Thanksgiving and have sales then… Call it Gray Wednesday…
Here’s a quick and easy one for you, Amazon is giving away 1,000 coins or $10 worth for free. All you have to do is ‘buy’ five free apps and you’ll get 200 coins each for a total of 1,000. HERE is a direct link to the free apps to get the coins.
I used 699 of those 1,000 to get Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and I got 2,000 Amazon coins for free for doing that. So it’s basically 3,000 coins you’re getting for a few clicks, not bad.. not bad at all..
Easy one to post for you.. just a link to the deals..
I vaguely remember hearing of Meijer, never been in one though, but here’s some Cyber Monday or actually Cyber week deals for you from them..
Meijer is extending Cyber Monday into a weeklong sales event on Meijer.com, offering customers deep discounts and free shipping on orders of more than $75. The Midwestern retailer will offer Cyber Week savings starting on Sunday and extending through Dec. 7, announced Liwanag Ojala, vice president of e-commerce.
"The big difference for Cyber Monday customers is not what they are buying, but how they are buying it," said Ojala, who expects online sales from mobile devices to be 10 times higher at Meijer than in 2012. "Having less time between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the new trend will be multi-tasking betweenThanksgiving football games, family get-togethers and shopping for deals on your smartphone or tablet. Our shoppers thrive in our seamless online experience and we’re excited they’ll have more flexibility to customize their savings for holiday shopping."
Industry experts say that 40 percent more shoppers will be using their smartphones or tablets to find deals and order online this holiday season. Spending is expected to exceed $2 billion on Cyber Monday alone, making it one of the nation’s highest online shopping days ever.
The Meijer’s Cyber Week event will offer discounts up to 50 percent off select toys, electronics and holiday decorations. Examples include a 6-foot Cascade Pre-Lit Christmas tree with 400 clear lights for $39.99 ($50 savings); Razor MX650 Dirt Rocket Electric Motocross Bike for $369 ($130 savings); Kettler New Holland Ride-On Pedal Tractor for $149 ($200 savings); and Polaroid Tablet and Bluetooth Keyboard for $89.99 ($90 savings).
Other Meijer Cyber Week savings include:
- Kettler Kiddi-O Sport Kid Racer Car – $129 ($170 savings).
- Smartab Jr. with Disney-Pixar Content – $99 ($80 savings)
- Fisher-Price Little People Disney Princess Songs Palace – $29.99 ($40 savings)
- Christmas Outdoor and Light Projector – $69.99 ($60 savings)
- Nikon CoolPix 16 MP Digital Camera – $169.99 ($30 savings)
In addition to free shipping on Cyber Week orders of more than $75, shoppers can also have their orders shipped free to their local Meijer store and be able to pick up on their next shopping trip.