Half Price Books Black Friday 2013 Ad Leaked

Posted: Nov 21 2013, 12:53am CST | by , in Black Friday 2019


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Half Price Books Black Friday 2013 Ad Leaked
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The Half Price Books Black Friday 2013 ad and the Cyber Monday ad has already leaked online

Half Price Books carries a unique variety of latest new and used books, movies, music, and games, online and in its chain of stores. Almost every item is sold at half the publisher’s price and sometimes less. Half Price Books is committed to promoting literacy and protecting the environment.

The Black Friday 2013 Ad has leaked on Bfads.net. Half Price Books always had very simple Black Friday sales. Their doors open on Black Friday at 7am and the sale lasts one day only. The first 100 people that come to the store will receive a $5 gift-certificate and a free tote bag. One lucky customer will find a $100 gift-card in his tote.

This year, Black Friday is falling on November 29th, 2013, pretty late compared to the last year when it fell on November 23. With four weeks before the Black Friday 2013 sales, retailers have enough time to let everyone know of their hottest deals. The Black Friday event will encore on Cyber Monday 2013, on December 2.

During the Black Friday sale, Half Price Books offers 40 percents off any single item in the store, or $15 off purchases of $50 or more. The discounts are valid only in stores and not online.

Here is the list of all 2013 Black Friday Ads.

Use the Black Friday Countdown to see how many days you have until Black Friday 2013 and check our Black Friday Hub for full analysis and guidance of all Black Friday Ads.

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