Well I accidentally saw a really good deal on chewy that I got petsmart to price match. Saved $11 per can (instead of $19 was $8) of powdered puppy replacement milk for 7 puppies taped in a box and dumped. They were so young their eyes weren’t even open. Utility man found them. I showed up at the no kill shelter I volunteer at with blankets to donate and was sent to the store to buy the babies milk.
Managed to snag two Google (Nest) Home Mini smart speakers, one each Chalk and Charcoal colors, for $20 each. Not really that far off the average going price for them these days, but cheap enough to finally take the plunge. The entire family is having fun with them. Tried to talk Dad into getting a Nest Learning Thermostat for $179 instead of $249…no dice. We all know it would save us a lot on cooling during summer, but he can’t get over the hurdle of the initial price (typical for him).
I saw no offers for sucking so if that’s what you were looking for idk. I wasn’t searching the same sites I guess.
In general you can just go to something like Slickdeals and search the product type you’re looking for and see if there was anything good.
I wasn’t going to search ads but my power glitched today and I was like I’ve been meaning to get a UPS so I searched and there were some good deals I bought in on.
As a kid dad planned black Friday shopping and I was used to going out and standing in lines and was kind of a little excited. I bought the flat screen CRT monitor for my first computer build that way. And later my first LCD. One of the earlier ones we waided through a packed Best buy at like 11 to get a raincheck for some starwars game I wanted. I think rebel assault or rebel assault 2.
But I just don’t think it’s worth the effort anymore. To check for the little stuff.