Every Day Can Be Black Friday

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Shoppers take advantage of Black Friday sales at a shopping mall in King of Prussia, Pa., November 26, 2021. (Rachel Wisniewski/Retuers)
You can save money every day without fighting over TVs.




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O
n Black Friday, people flock to stores hours before they open in the hopes of getting a good deal on consumer electronics and Christmas gifts. Stores offer steep discounts to get people’s attention, and it works. Every year, we see videos of people fighting for that TV or Xbox that’s just too good to pass up.

Fortunately, civilization has advanced to the point that we don’t have to save money just one day per year. We don’t need to stand outside in the cold at three in the morning, or elbow strangers out of the way. Every day is Black Friday

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