I’ve just been into town, I live in a small town in the centre of the UK, our nearest City is Leeds.
Town was heaving with people! Of all ages, as though everyone had taken a day off work/school/college to do some Black Friday shopping.
Is it only me who just doesn’t see a huge price difference on these deals and they are never on anything I’d buy. I wouldn’t waste money buying something new just because it was £200 off it’s £3000 price tag.
I happened to be just getting my teen new bedding, she didn’t find any included in a deal and so full price it was. I bought candy canes for the Christmas tree when it eventually goes up and some meat for tonight’s dinner.
Do people go without washing machines all year, saving up to get £50 off a machine at Curry’s? Or only buy clothes this particular week? I’m confused. A sale at this time may help some for Christmas gifts but I see most sale items are on huge white goods or furniture items.
Maybe it’s just my weird mind that doesn’t get these things. I’d rather just have a better price all year round. I’d make a rubbish store manager. No sales here! Best prices to be had at all times! We don’t rob you the rest of the year.
Rant over 😂
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Here in the USA, stores will purposely hike their prices and then mark them on sale. So yeah, there’s really no difference.
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