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Black Friday

We’re only 2 days away from Black Friday.

Now, I’m not a massive fan of the adopted-from-America day of bargains, even less now that it’s not even one day. The offers have been out for weeks. However, you can pick up some bargain goods if you look for them and are, quite-often, prepared to get up early to get them. Get yourself on Google, check the prices of what has been leaked and find your best price.

The one thing I’d like to say is, do you need it, can you afford it?

Very wise words to live by.

Don’t buy it if you aren’t going to use it.

Don’t buy it if you can’t afford it.

Christmas can be hard enough financially, especially with the ‘long’ January around the corner. You don’t need to get yourself into debt because there is a decent price on a new TV. What’s wrong with the old one?

But before I get into Grinch territory, good luck if you are heading out there or waiting by your computer to grab a bargain. #BlackFriday


5 Responses to “Black Friday”

  1. Your Money Sorted

    I like this advice!

    “Don’t buy it if you aren’t going to use it.

    Don’t buy it if you can’t afford it.”

    Not Grinch – it makes sense


  2. Richard Ford

    One way to get value from Black Friday in London is to look round all the luxury stores. Sometimes we get free champagne but we always get the temporary sensation of being very rich.
    A perminant sensation would be better but temporary is better than nothing.



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