Are the Deals on Black Friday Actually Deals

Buying the perfect today online is the way to go. It’s Monday the 30th which means it’s Cyber Monday for those who have been living under a rock. Whether you’re buying your favorite PS4 game, an Echo for your spouse or loved ones or even one of those famous Brazilian body wave hair bundles, practically everything right is on sale on the web. It’s a much better shopping experience than you’ll find out there in the real world. Me? I’ll stick with my digital silicon world of 1’s and 0’s where I can take advantage of some seriously sweet deals.

I don’t know why anyone even bothers to go out to those brick and mortar stores on Black Friday. This Black Friday here in Louisville resulted in a fist fight within the first hours of the store opening. I mean, really, what’s the point of that kind of shopping experience? If I want to go shopping that’s all I want to do – shop. Sure, I might socialize if I run into someone that I know but that’s a rare enough occurrence. Unfortunately, on Black Friday it turns into something worse. It becomes a mad house of people crushed in together trying to struggle for dominance of a sort.

I have no desire to try and ‘out shop’ the other people. I want to shop, find some good deals on the things that I want and leave feeling like I was successful. That doesn’t happen on Black Friday. The brick and mortar stores do nothing but offer up ‘deals’ on the items that are not even name brands. They have one goal in mind which is to make sure they are out of the red and into the black – where did you think the name Black Friday came from?

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