Showing posts with label Black Friday. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Black Friday. Show all posts

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Black Friday Video Game Deals 2012

Black Friday is around the corner and if you're a gamer and want to know the deals that can be expected. Sites that are dedicated to gaming have managed to score gaming deals that can be expected. In fact deals from GameStop have already been leaked online by an anonymous GameStop employee. GameStop deals seem to come with the mantra but 2 and get 1 free. In facet there are websites souring for deals and leaking the same online. Deals from Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, k-Mart, Old Navy, Radio Shack, Target, Wal-mart and Sam's Club to name a few.

In fact one of the deals from Microsoft include 4GB Xbox 360 Kinect Holiday Bundle w/ Kinect Adventures and Disneyland Adventures - $199.99. We have found one destination on the web to help you better prepare for your Black Friday spending in a better way. With much of the information leaked online even before the stores have had time to out their Ads out. Courtesy of CheapAssGames comes a page with a whole list of deals for gamers. So if you're excited and your agenda this Black Friday is to get the best games and consoles as possible, please be sure to check the link out below. Black Friday is celebrated in the US as the day after thanksgiving, this year it falls on Nov 23, 2012. This is sticking to the annual tradition where retailers pull out all the stops and start the holiday season with the best deals of the year.

Best Black Friday video game deals via Cheap Ass Gamer

Friday, November 26, 2010

Here comes the sun on Apple iTunes

The Beatles have arrived on Apple iTunes, since the launch of their music on iTunes 'Abbey Road' is the best selling Beatles album with 'Here comes the sun' the best selling individual track. Beatles music went on sale on Nov 16th and has been a huge success. Beatles Mania will never be lost not even in the digital age. The Beatles sold more than two million individual songs and more than 450,000 albums worldwide in their first week of release on Apple's iTunes store, Apple said this week. The picture below is the one Apple is using, a classic black-and-white photo, taken by Bruce McBroom, of the "Abbey Road"-era Beatles. A simple classic and beautiful 60's photo of the fab four.

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