OK, that may be a bit harsh. Sorry. But, for real, it's just not wise to ignore what the good folks over a Thrifter are doing on the deals scene, especially with Black Friday creepin' up.
If you're not familiar with Thrifter, it's a Windows Central sibling site that focuses on finding and delivering the best deals on just about anything, faster than any other competitor deals sites. Thrifter's mission is to save you money. And they do a great job of it.
For example, last week Thrifter ran a promo that offered the chance to buy a Ring Doorbell Pro for 60 percent off the retail price, a deal that was simply unbeatable. That promo has come and gone, but it certainly won't be the last ridiculous deal the Thrifter people come up with. And there is no shortage of ways to stay on top of all this good stuff, the easiest of which is probably just to bookmark Thrifter.com.
Thrifter and Black Friday
Thrifter has made it their mission to OWN Black Friday this year. So there's never been a better time to jump on the bandwagon. They're literally running an around-the-clock Black Friday live blog starting today at 10:00 pm ET so you can be first to find the latest steals and get a glimpse of how the team works — and then another live blog is already set for Cyber Monday.
Oh, and you can enter the site's Black Friday giveaway for a chance at winning a $1,500 home theater setup.
Bottom line: If you're a Black Friday deal hunter, you need start following Thrifter post haste.
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