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Re: Black Friday 2010

by YoshiEgg25 Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:42 pm

Black Friday has been good to me. I got my GameCube from Wal-Mart with controller and Zelda: Collector's Edition for $80. Awesome deal for 2004. :D
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Re: Black Friday 2010

by s1mplehumar Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:54 pm

Cyber Monday ftw! In my experiences it's not even worth stepping foot inside a retail store. Doorbusters my foot.
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Re: Black Friday 2010

by Bradtemple87 Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:03 pm

YoshiEgg25 wrote:Black Friday has been good to me. I got my GameCube from Wal-Mart with controller and Zelda: Collector's Edition for $80. Awesome deal for 2004. :D


I got that exact same deal!
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Re: Black Friday 2010

by corn619 Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:21 pm

I avoid it at all costs. I hate mobs, I hate lines, I hate the cold and I hate traffic. The cons out weight the pros on this one.
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Re: Black Friday 2010

by swiftzx Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:30 pm

I hope to pick up a PS3 or Xbox 360 this year :D
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Re: Black Friday 2010

by Jbroderway Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:31 pm

Blu ray discs. Nobody goes for DVDs. It's all fighting over two dollar toasters and off brand plasma TVs.
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Re: Black Friday 2010

by Ziggy587 Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:49 pm

Bradtemple87 wrote:I'm hoping the drill I want for work goes on sale...

Makita 18v w/ lithium ion battery, soooo sexy



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Re: Black Friday 2010

by frrrosty3 Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:04 pm

I'm looking to get Rock Band 3 with the keyboard controller and some Blu-Rays but only if I can get it online. Last year I bought DJ Hero and around 6 or 7 movies for about $150 on Amazon.com.
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Re: Black Friday 2010

by Bradtemple87 Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:08 pm

Ziggy587 wrote:
Bradtemple87 wrote:I'm hoping the drill I want for work goes on sale...

Makita 18v w/ lithium ion battery, soooo sexy



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pretty much, but I think I will be more excited than that if I find the right price
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Re: Black Friday 2010

by CRTGAMER Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:29 pm

Bradtemple87 wrote:I'm hoping the drill I want for work goes on sale...

Makita 18v w/ lithium ion battery, soooo sexy
Cordless are great drills if used everyday. The old skinny 9.6v Makita were in almost every contractor's box of the day. I like the cool toys too. But nothing more frustrating then grabbing a dead drill because of not being used all the time. Can't top off in standby all the time, will just wear out the battery quicker. Besides the replacement batteries a few years later will eat your wallet. Get cordless if its your paycheck. Maybe get a ½ drive variable speed corded drill. Its cheaper and always good to go. Put the money savings into "Honey I need an Auto Cord Winder." :D

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