Cards Against Mankind is offering jewels and televisions for 99% off and absolutely winning (?) The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving

Cards Against Mankind is offering jewels and televisions for 99% off and absolutely winning (?) The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving 


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Half of my family (and half of the Web, it appears) all have eyes and telephones bolted on a similar The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving deals page at the present time — and, liable to the mistake of the huge retailers, it's no of theirs. 

Cards Against Mankind is offering jewels and televisions for 99% off and absolutely winning (?) The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving

Cards Against Mankind is offering jewels and televisions for 99% off and absolutely winning (?) The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving 


In the most recent in a dash of wild The day after Thanksgiving stunts, Cards Against Mankind (the magnificently hostile fill-in-the-clear "party amusement for repulsive individuals") is offering an alternate ludicrous thing for 99 percent off at regular intervals. It could be a real existence estimate removed of Orlando Blossom for 75 pennies… or it could be a 1.5 carat precious stone for $32. 



A portion of alternate things they've put at a bargain at the beginning of today: 

A $20 greenback for 20 pennies 

An 85-Inch Sony television for $35 

A five-day Fiji get-away for two for $71.60 

600 live ants for 66 pennies 

A 2015 Passage Celebration for $97.50 

A Poncho can, which is… well, a "poncho you can crap in," for 9 pennies 

An $800 Applebees Gift voucher for $8 which tbh I'm as yet not 100 percent certain I'd need. 



Bill Pullman's genuine flight suit from Freedom Day 
In a significant number of these cases, the things are stand-out, going to whoever figured out how to hit the purchase catch and answer an incidental data question (to "demonstrate you're not a robot") first. 
"In any case, pause!" you say. "How is CAH profiting here?" 
They're most certainly not. From their FAQ: 
Is this genuine? 
Truly. These items are really accessible for 99% off, and on the off chance that you buy something we will really deliver it to you. 
In any case, the arrangements appear to be unrealistic! 
We've made them genuine. That is the wonder of The day after Thanksgiving. 
Could the worldwide money related framework handle these arrangements? 
Most financial pointers recommend "no." 
Without a doubt, you should lose a considerable measure of cash on this advancement. 
Gracious dear yes. This is a budgetary disaster for our organization. 
In the event that it was any other individual doing this, nobody would trust it, yet super The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving stunts are kind of Cards Against Humankind's MO. The part challenge, part attention trick, and part joke, the tricks dependably figure out how to feature the preposterousness of The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving while at the same time making everybody chuckle. 


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A year ago they rotated into a potato chip organization, briefly dropping out of the amusement business to rather center around offering "Pringles." For The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving of 2016, they persuaded individuals to burn through $100,000 to dive a gap so that in coming years you may recall and laugh about that time you burned through cash burrowing an opening. In 2015, they made over $70,000 offering nothing — truly, you give them $5 to no end (and they made it clear it truly was nothing and they wouldn't amaze you by really sending something). 

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Furthermore, to keep anybody from leaving with nothing since they weren't first to tap the "purchase" catch on Dan Aykroyd's Cone Head from the motion picture "Coneheads" (another genuine thing they sold at the beginning of today), they've additionally got a (pant) real result of their own available to be purchased beginning today. Called the "Ludicrous Box," it's a pack of 200 new cards for $20 — which, they note, would somehow or another go for $2,000.


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