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USA Shopping - Black Friday 2011 - Haul

Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States, traditionally the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. On this day, most major retailers open extremely early, often at 4 a.m., or earlier, and offer promotional sales to kick off the shopping season, similar to Boxing Day sales in many Commonwealth Nations. Black Friday is not actually a holiday, but some non-retail employers give their employees the day off, increasing the number of potential shoppers. It has routinely been the busiest shopping day of the year since 2005, although news reports, which at that time were inaccurate, have described it as the busiest shopping day of the year for a much longer period of time.
The day's name originated in Philadelphia, where it originally was used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic which would occur on the day after Thanksgiving. Use of the term started before 1961 and began to see broader use outside Philadelphia around 1975. Later an alternative explanation began to be offered: that "Black Friday" indicates the point at which retailers begin to turn a profit, or are "in the black".

Here is the damage I made in 2011 :)

All the gundams are from Japan. I think they are 30% off or something like that.

The 11 dollar GOW figure.

Finally, give in and get a 3DS.

15 dollars for this at Frys.

This is like 10 or 15 dollars. Over 50% off.

10 dollar game.

Another 10 or 12 dollars game.

9.99 for this one. I buy only a few games over the year now, and just wait for black friday to catchup.

3 dollar for this.

I think it is 1.99 or 99 cents. Very cheap.

15 for each of them.

Cheaper than itune, so I got the CDs.

Haha. Now, I can save money for next year's black friday. The deals are so good.

 

 


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