We always tell the kids that the best apologies are not the ones where they use the word “sorry,” necessarily, but the ones where their behavior changes accordingly. I know that the Amazon Friday Sale isn’t a child, but it’s been pretty lackluster for a few weeks; will today be the day it repents for real? Let’s find out.
I’ll confess that when I saw these boots on the main page I thought, “Oooohhh… lilac boots. I hate them. Except I kind of love them.” And while $100 is reasonable for leather BCBG boots, I’d like ’em to be a little more versatile. But if you click through you’ll see they’re also available in black and brown. (Looks like only the brown and lilac are on sale.) (Also looks like they qualify for the $20 off $100+ Amazon shoes promo, but you need to find something that costs at least a dime to get over the limit.)
You were totally cruising the Friday Sale looking for a super-fancy shower, right? Oh, you weren’t? Nevermind.
Part of me thinks that these slingshot action balls would be great fun for the dog. And another part of me knows it would end with one of the kids in the ER.
That great deal on a set of Earth Pan cookware is back—just $115 for everything you need, without the dangers of Teflon.
It’s been a while since we had a good deal on sheets; these 500 thread count ones are as low as $40 for the set, depending on your size/color combo.
Have you ever wanted to have those giant wine glasses they sometimes have on cooking shows? Now you can! While the price is great, read the reviews on these goblets—one reviewer speculates an entire bottle of wine would fit in a single glass. Hee.
I’m intrigued by this steak knife set. Although it’s kind of expensive given that there’s really no reviews and the knives themselves might be cruddy. But it’d be a great gift for the modern art enthusiast who has everything, I suppose.
I know it’s early to be talking holiday teacher gifts, but this 4-pack of Ghirardelli hot cocoa mix is just $16, with an automatic 20% off at checkout. Really, paired with some cookies or pumpkin bread, at around $3/canister that makes for a nice gift on the cheap.
I’m a big fan of going salon-quality for hair tools, but my daughter keeps trying to steal my GHD flat iron (oh, child; please see the dictionary for “Hell, cold day in” to determine when I’ll let you do that), so I may just pick up this $20 Wahl version for her for Christmas.
The Gold Box is full of discounts on collegiate wear, so it’s a great time to grab your team’s sweatshirt at a way better price than they’ll be selling ’em at the stadium.
And don’t forget to check out this month’s selection of 50 MP3 albums for just $5 each; it’s a great way to bulk up your tunes without emptying your wallet.
Friday, I do believe you have redeemed yourself. Nice job.