Wow...you'd think stores only had sales once a year.
Okay, I know there are some amazing buys out there today. I suppose that, if you are in the market for a high-end item and you can get it at 70% off, it's worth the lines and crowds. But...
...is anything worth spending the night camped in front of Best Buy?
I kid you not: on the way home from our Thanksgiving dinner at my bil's house, we saw a line of people with sleeping bags and tents at the door of BB. This was 7:30 at night! And I don't think they were opening for a midnight sale--at least, none of the ads said they were. So, if the doors opened at even 4 a.m., that means more than 8 hours (and who knows how long some of those people had already been there) camped out in chilly weather.
I sure hope those folks got what they went for!
Now, me...I need to put my paycheck in the bank, and I'm thinking of heading to CVS or Walgreen's. CVS has a lot of FARs today (and, I think, tomorrow), including some nice earbud headphones that would make great stocking stuffers. If I get them, I get them. If I don't, I don't.
It isn't the only sale day of the year!