Off Beat Black Friday Sale At Entertainment Earth

Posted: Nov 22 2007, 10:52pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:32am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Off Beat Black Friday Sale at Entertainment Earth
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Niche stores also have interesting Black Friday sales going on, not just the big guys like Wal-mart, Circuit City and Best Buy. If you're into anime, sci-fi, collectibles, or mint condition figurines you should not miss the Black Friday sales at Entertainment Earth.

You are starring right now at the "Please Teacher Mizuho Kazami Dessert Time" statue, which is on sale for $34.90 ($40.09 savings).
Also on sale are lots of Star Wars figures and collectibles. The Star Wars 30th Anniversary Figures Wave 3 for instance sells for $69.90 ($14.09 savings).

There are also more sexy/cute anime figurines on sale like the Magikano Ayumi Mamiya 1:7 Scale Statue. This statue sells for $49.90 ($22.09 savings).

The Black Friday sale has already started on Entertainment Earth, explore their deals now.

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