I just got OWC Larry’s thoughts on Black Friday…and while he was out in the wee morning hours to witness the true doorbusters, I hit some stores before work and scored some great deals.
Getting a great deal on something you really need gives one such a thrill rush…it would be outlawed if put in a can or bottle! Those energy drinks have nothing on this kind of pulse boosting excitement.
In Larry’s thoughts though, I saw some new great deals that we have on our site that weren’t covered in our Tuesday “preview” blast. And having scoured the holiday inserts to see where we stacked up – as well as to see if there were items we didn’t have that I needed (can you beat a $29 Canon wireless printer!) I found the following to be especially thrilling and hope you do too:
Microsoft Office 2008 – now $119.00 + w/with Free Upgrade to 2011
The last of our Office 2008 stock at a great price for getting 2011 + 2008
is the last version that supports PowerPC G3/G4/G5 as well as Intel Macs.
Verbatim Store n’ Go USB2 Flash Drives 4GB to 16GB from $4.99 to $25.00
Save up to 66% off vs. $14.95 to $59.95
Apple PowerMac G4s from $89.99; iBook G4/1.33GHz Laptops for $195.00
This is a CRAZY good deal…an iBook makes a great 8-12 year old’s first computer, a teen’s “netbook” with more functionality, the uses are endless…
NewerTech 2.5” / 3.5” Serial ATA Hard Drive Docks are $19.99 (50% off) while they last
If you or anyone you know has bare SATA drives just collecting dust, you can’t find a lower cost way (just $19 bucks!) to retask those drives for additional storage or backup.
Powered USB Hubs from $4.99
That’s another crazy good deal…just about everyone you know that uses a computer can use a powered USB hub!
See all these featured items and more online here
And the deals continue during checkout…delivery starts from $1.95 and is FREE on orders $139.99 & higher
Plus, you can instantly SAVE up to $50 just by using the Amazon Payment option
So snap out of that leftover Turkey day food coma and dig into some tasty second helpings of savings now that you’re done with the bricks and mortar stores.