This Blog Post was originally published on the platform "writelier" (formerly "co-writers" and "200wordsaday"). Sadly the blogging platform was discontinued. I downloaded all my blog posts and prepared them to be republish them here.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday Week is approaching again. I think I am not the only one where the credit card is aching.
Since I need to order a few more things for my Smart Home I could have hit a better time. The Philips Hue products are already on a discount, but I hope they will discount it even more on Friday.
Also, I am going to order the Kindle my mother is going to get as a Christmas present. She's talking about buying one for years now and already read some books on the laptop of my father, to his annoyance.
So we (my father, my brother and I) agreed that we will be gifting her one for Christmas.
On the other side, I talked with my mother about a present for my father and brother. They will be getting a concert cart for Nightwish.
Anyway. I think if you need to order something from Amazon, it probably isn't a bad idea to wait for one of the Holiday sales, if possible. They do give some serious discount on the items.
I wonder how's going to pay for the difference? Is it Amazon themselves or is it the merchants? Or maybe it is the consumers, buying the stuff when it is not on sale?