I hope you didn't blow your shopping budget yesterday, because the Black Friday deals continue in full today, tomorrow, Thanksgiving, actual Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and beyond.
On real Black Friday, we'll be breaking down our sales posts into different categories (home and kitchen, tech, gaming and entertainment, etc.) so you can shop a little easier. Until then, check out the newest and best, starting with a little old brand from Portland.
Perhaps the biggest new name in Portland's apparel scene, Wildfang has blown up into a nationally prominent brand off of the back of their "Wild Feminist" tees and apparel. You can take 25% off sitewide until further notice.
The brand with the three stripes has two HOT Black Friday sales this season (more to come on the second one later this week), but you can save big on a ton of apparel and footwear through the rest of this week.
If you're a fancy lad like me, you love luxury shopping, and you love luxury shopping at a big discount. Online luxuty retailer (think Nordstrom+) Net-A-Porter is having their yearly sale, and you can take up to 50% off fancy ass clothes.
Razer is taking a couple of bucks (about 15-20%) off o many of their highly-rated gaming accessories, like the Ornata Chroma mecha-membrane gaming keyboard with individually backlit keys ($80 down from $100) and the DeathAdder Elite ($50 down from $70), which is Wirecutter's top ranked gaming mouse.
Take a whopping $120 off of this pair of overear, noise cancelling headphones from Bose, designed specifically to be used with Apple products (whatever that means lol).
Want the cheapest possible PC, perhaps to use as a build-your-own project or the starter kit for a home theater system? You can get a wifi and bluetooth-enabled box-sized PC from Gigabyte complete with an Intel i7-5775R Processor and Intel Iris Pro graphics 6200 card for only $250. NOTE: You'll have to get RAM and memory cards seperately, so look to the recommended items and read the reviews for suggestions if you're a little in the dark on this one.
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