Black Friday in the UK lasts for a week or more and there are deals everywhere. US-based companies are used to this annual promotion and so they lead the way. The biggest is Amazon who has offers on a wide range of goods.
Thrifty people are thrifty out of habit and always look for value for money. This doesn’t always mean buying something because it’s cheap, it means always looking to value. The old saying ‘look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves’, means all those pennies you save add up. (more…)
Black Friday is s discount day in the US but seems to last a week in the UK. It is mostly US owned companies that make the offers such as Amazon who have deals on goods that have low production costs and a high markup like CD’s and DVD’s. Asda, according to their website, has ended their event… (more…)
Last year when I wanted a new microwave, I shopped around and went to Comet in the end. Now Comet has closed down, I have less choice and so when my freezer died I checked them out online and went to Curry’s to buy one. There is now less competition for Curry’s and so they will fill the gap left by Comet and sell more. There is still lots of competition in that market though. (more…)