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Unity One informs: Not all deals are good deals

Mon, Nov 28, 2016 @ 04:21 PM / by Alyssa Guillory posted in Holiday Shopping, cyber monday

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shutterstock_524408065-web.jpgIf you haven't hit the online deals, it might be too late. But incase you were still thinking about browsing, here are a few words to the wise. Treat All Deals With Caution. 

Both Black Friday and Cyber Monday are famous for dodgy deals and recycled old deals. Unless you desperately want one of these products, I’d suggest you tread carefully: 

  • Amazon – 50-inch 1080p LED TV for $145 (no retail price listed) – the lack of a brand means this remarkable price needs to be treated with caution until the model is revealed
  • Amazon – 50-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV for $249.99 (no retail price listed) – as above
  • Best Buy – Lenovo 110-15ISK 15.6-inch Laptop, Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive for $299.99 (save $30) – was $249.99 on eBay’s Black Friday sales and has mixed reviews
  • Best Buy – Save $100 with iPhone and Select Beats Wireless Headphones – pushing customers onto specific brand combinations. Was a $250 gift card on Black Friday with no headphone obligation
  • Best Buy – Apple TV – 64GB – Black for $169.99 (save $30 / 17%) – as above
  • Best Buy –  Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12.3-inch, Intel Core i5, 128GB for $799.99 (save $200) – a good discount but was $400 on Black Friday
  • Target – Apple TV (4th Generation) 32GB for $149.99 (no discount) + Extra 15% Off at Checkout ($127.49 total) – was $25 off on Black Friday
  • Walmart – Quadrone Hybrid Drone for $99 (save $30) – currently listed as $109 on Walmart’s website so wait for the confusion to clear so you know what you’re paying

Source: http://www.forbes.com/

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