Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Sears Early Black Friday Sale and $20.00 Coupon

Announced  this morning!
A WCPO TV news reporter announced an early  BlackFriday sale at Sears.   The sale starts this Friday, she also said that there will be a $20.00 coupon  in this Friday's Enquirer.  Check it out.  Sounds wonderful.
I also found this information online:
"Among the biggest retailers, Sears have a leaked Black Friday 2010 ad here entitled “Black Friday Now”. It will be a 2-day sale next week from October 29 to 30, 2010. While the site says that it is just the standard weekly circular of Sears camouflaged with the term “Black Friday” in order to increase sales, the said leaked ad will entitle consumers to earn double the reward points for every $1 spent."

Cincinnati, Hamilton County Residents only:
The Hamilton County Department of Environmental Services is holding a free TV and computer recycling event from now through next  Saturday, October 30,2010.
County residents (you will have to show your drivers license) can drop off old TV's, computer, computer monitors, and fax machines at a location in Blue Ash.
  • 9am to 4pm Mon- Fri
  • 9am -2pm Saturday, October 30.
  • 2TRG Services
  • 11085 Kenwood Road
  • 1.5 miles north of Pfeiffer Rd
  • Blue Ash, Ohio
Or you can bring old computers and TV's to most  Office Depot stores, which will recycle them for a fee around $10 per item.

1800-GOOG-411 coming to an end.
Did you get this announcement on your cell phone when you dialed 1800-GOOG-411?  "GOOG-411 will no longer be available after November 11, 2010."
Google has just announced it is ending 800-GOOG-411 on November 12th, 2010, because it wants people to use its smart phone application instead.

So what's a caller to do? According to wcpo's John Matterese just enter the newest free service: 1-800-Bing-411. John says, just dial 1-800-B-I-N-G-411, and you can find local businesses, and even get traffic reports, movie showtimes, and weather.

Thanks, John

As always, "Let's save some money"

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