Old Navy Gives Away Free Samsung MP3 Player As Black Friday Doorbuster

Posted: Nov 23 2008, 12:45am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:50am CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017

 

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We would not necessarily think of Old Navy a shop where you can score a bargain on consumer electronics as this is just a clothing retailer where you get a warm sweater for cheap. But the marketing people at Old Navy are smart and decided to give away free Samsung MP3 players on Black Friday with any $20 purchase or higher according to BlackFriday.info. This is a doorbuster deal, which means supply is very limited.
We do not know what model the Samsung MP3 player is. My guess it is most likely the YP-S2 which is comparable to the iPod shuffle. I got one of these for free at a Samsung conference a couple months ago.
The YP-S2 is a nice little player, so if you need a sweater to keep you warm on your Black Friday Shopping tour, jump into Old Navy on the way.
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