Archiving via Yahoo! Shine.
- Mondays: Best for buying men’s and women’s dress pants. The average sale is about 48 percent off.
- Mondays: Also great for purchasing sunglasses. The average discount is 55 percent.
- Tuesdays: Best for buying men’s apparel. The average discount is 42 percent.
- Wednesdays: Find lowest prices on shoes. The average discount is 38 percent.
- Wednesdays: Also find best deals on kids’ clothing. The average discount is around 40 percent.
- Thursdays: Best for buying women’s handbags. The average discount is 36 percent.
- Fridays: Biggest sales on accessories like jewelry, belts and scarves. The average discount is 42 percent.
- Saturdays: Best sales on intimates (37 percent off) and jackets/outerwear (51 percent off).
- Sundays: Buy your swimsuits for an average 52 percent off!
I normally don’t post anything that isn’t technical, but 2008 may be a different year. It’s probably about time to make it more personal – something that I’ve been itching to do since the very beginning of my blog/site. So here goes the first (I think) one of such posts.
You can download via torrent the first 9 tracks of Nine Inch Nails’s album Ghosts I-IV for FREE! The website states it’s high-quality and DRM-free. Also, it’s been rumored that a lot of the “90s” bands are going this route, giving away tracks/albums for free; most likely a new way of advertising/marketing.
I always never buy anything without a coupon – especially when buying through the web – so with that in mind, here’s one I found for Circuit City. (Take note that you’ll need a store and transaction code from a previous receipt.)
Just sign up with your Windows Live/Passport account and you can download all three e-books by Microsoft Press. It includes the following:
9/7/07 9:52 AM Update: Apple Gives $100 Store Credit to iPhone Customers
For the iPhone fans out there, the 8 GB is now – get this…$399 from $599. The 4 GB, on the other hand is now $299, which Apple will be taking off the market (buy it while supplies last).
This sucks for the early adopters as they’ve just been had by Apple. Tsk, tsk, tsk…
Read more at Engadget.