November is a month that is typically filled with deals, sales, and special offers. They can come and go pretty fast, which means that if you aren’t paying close attention, you could miss something. Here is a quick list of deals that are going on right now, that you won’t want to miss out on.
Can’t wait for Black Friday? Amazon.com has a Black Friday Countdown clock that you can take a look at to know exactly how many days, hours, minutes, and seconds are left before this year’s Black Friday will begin. While you are checking out the countdown clock, you can look at the Black Friday deals that Amazon has going on. These deals change every week.
Powell’s will give you a free tote when you purchase a copy of “Super Natural Every Day” by Heidi Swanson.
Powell’s also has a “Ten Speed Cookbook Sale” going on. (The cookbook by Heidi Swanson is part of this sale). There are thirteen cookbooks in this sale, and each one is 30% off right now. Cookbooks make great gifts for the chefs in your family.
Barnes & Noble has a sale on the Klutz series of activity books. All of them are 30% off right now. “Lego Crazy Action Contraptions” is on sale for $15.36. “Friendship Bracelets” is on sale for $11.86. The Klutz series of activity books are great for kids who enjoy putting things together. They also make great sleepover activities.
Old Navy is having a sale called “here come the Holi-Deals!” They have Incrediboots starting at $15.00. Adult performance fleece is also starting at $15.00. Adult sweaters are starting at $20.00. Kids performance fleece is starting at $10.00, and Kids sleepwear is starting at $12.00. This sale will end on November 23, 2011.
Target is offering free shipping on select Holiday Toy items from now through November 19, 2011.
Kmart has family board games for up to 40% off. Sweaters for the whole family are up to 30% off right now. Sleepwear, and women’s boots, are up to 40%.
Kmart is offering layaway in their stores. Some shoppers feel that layaway helps them to pay for the items they want to purchase. Layaway at Kmart requires down and biweekly payments. All fees are non-refundable.
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