Is it just my kids, or do your kids remember everything they need money for on Fridays? This morning was “Mom I need my yearbook money” and “Mom I need money for field day” and “Mom gimme all your money.” (Okay, that last one was a kid trying to be humorous.) Still. Who knew these kids were going to be so expensive? You did? Oh.
Thank goodness for the Amazon Friday Sale—I still have a few pennies leftover for something for me.
Like, I could get these New Balance running shoes for as low as $27, depending on the color/size. Then I could run away before the children ransack my wallet!
Holy crow, it’s a cookware extravaganza, this week! Choose from Cuisinart non-stick stainless ($140), Calphalon commercial ($155), Cuisinart non-stick anodized ($131), Cuisinart classic stainless ($110), Anolon 10-piece (126), or Anolon commercial 12-piece ($180). There’s truly something for everyone.
Oh, look! My mixer (the one I’m lusting after, anyway) is on sale! There’s a free ice cream attachment rebate valid right now, too, through the end of May.
If you’re a real maple syrup fan, you know that due to the weird winter we had, sugaring was waaaaaay off this year, and syrup prices have skyrocketed. That said, these deals on Grade A and Grade B pure organic maple syrups are really good—you get 64 ounces for $35. Alternatively, get 32 ounces of Grade A dark amber from the same farm, although not certified organic, for $16.15 after Subscribe & Save. (We gave up the fake syrup products years ago, but it means that we are very sparing with the real stuff! Still, I’d rather have this than a puddle of the imitation kind, personally.)
Avert your eyes from this next one if you’re easily offended: Um, a friend of mine told me that this product is quite amazing. (It really was a friend, but I know no one is going to believe me….) And, um, it’s about $5 off the normal price and can be mailed to your house without you having to look anyone in the eye, soooo….
Love the Friday Five? For the entire month of May it’s supersized—choose from 50 MP3 album downloads for just $5 each! Way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Amazon!
And if you’re a crafter, hobby sewer, or just someone looking to get started, be sure to check the Amazon Gold Box deals today—there’s a really nice high-end computerized Brother sewing machine for under $150. (They claim the regular price is $450, which is obviously inflated, but even considering the real regular price of around $200, it’s a great deal.)
Have a great Friday, everyone!