I know we talk a lot about how to secure the bag with perfecting your resume, how to work from home, and side hustles for extra income. However, once you’ve secured that bag and it’s looking pretty full, there’s no harm in spending a few of those coins you earned.
Now that Thanksgiving is here, that means so are the Black Friday deals. From electronics to fashion to kitchen appliances, Black Friday gives us what we want at the prices we love.
Best Buy - TVs under $300, laptops under $200, Amazon Echo under $23 plus much, much more
Office Depot - laptops under $400 plus much, much more
Apple - AirPods starting at $159, get a gift card up to $200 on select items
Microsoft - Microsoft Office for $99.99, Samsung phones $200 off
DSW - free tote with $39+ purchase + buy 1 get 20%, buy 2+ get 30% off
Boohoo - 60% off everything + 6.99 s&h
Fashion Nova - 50% off everything + 50% off sale
Nasty Gal - 60-80% off everything + 10% off sale
Forever21 - 30% off everything online & in-store + 50% off sale
H & M - 30% of everything + free shipping
Skin & Beauty
Sephora - dozens of items under $75 down to under $15
Ulta - 40% off Anastasia Beverly Hills, 40% off Milani, 30% off Juvia's Place, plus much more
MAC - dozens of items under $25, free gift with $75+ purchase
Bed Bath & Beyond - up to 30% off select furniture, 50% off 3-in-1 food processor, up to 50% off select curtains
Target - 23andMe ancestry $99, 5 piece luggage $55, Fitbits starting at $4.95 plus much more
Walmart - 43" LED TV under $230, Ninja blender+food processor, Lenova laptop $299
Amazon - MacBook Air under $700, photo printer $90.49, up tp 35% off select toys
Overstock - extra 20% off select mattresses, home decor, rugs, and much more
Wayfair - dining room furniture from $75, bedroom furniture from $79, plus much more
You probably already have your list of stores you’re hitting up for Black Friday deals, but these are just a few places to keep in mind. Remember, we’re not blowing the bag but spending a little coins for the holidays. Keep the bag secured and do a little retail therapy.