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Anthropologie is having a massive Black Friday 2021 sale on fashion, home decor and more

Anthropologie is having a massive Black Friday 2021 sale on fashion, home decor and more

Anthropologie is having a massive Black Friday 2021 sale on fashion, home decor and more

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Black Friday is officially here—well, not quite, but the Black Friday deals are already well underway. Shoppers are in luck, as Anthropologie has plenty of massive discounts ahead of Black Friday on all-things home and fashion, from jeans to vases to throw blankets.

If you’re in the market for an elevated gown for a holiday party or an upcoming wedding you’re attending, you can snag this stunning Jenny Yoo Ellis Velvet Dress—available in standard and plus sizing—for $250, a $90 drop in the original price. For everyday attire, these easy-to-style Paige Brigitte Slim Boyfriend Jeans are a whopping $69.95, originally $215, and these on-trend Citizens of Humanity Marlee Relaxed Taper Jeans are now only $139.95,

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Which AirTag accessory is right for you? Check out these five different options, all on sale

An Apple AirTag prevents you from losing your valuables, so why not protect it from everyday wear, accidents, and weather, while adding a new favorite fashion accessory to your lineup? Gone are the days of bulky, boring tech cases and questionable carrying methods – these are five sleek AirTag accessories you won’t want to hide away in your bag.

With several brands, styles, and materials to choose from, you’ll have the ability to precisely suit your personality and lifestyle. Let’s dive right into the options that best fit your needs and budget, covering AirTag accessories that are currently at least 15% when you use code VIP15 at checkout. 

Apple AirTag Keychain Holder – $12.71 after code VIP15; originally $29

If you’re looking for a simple and cost-efficient accessory for your AirTag, the Tech Zebra keychain holder is a great choice. It’s made of high-end silicone material to help protect your

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Flipkart Big Billion Days 2021: Check out sale date, offers, discounts

E-commerce giant Flipkart has announced that its flagship Big Billion Days sale 2021 will begin from October 7 and last till October 12. The Walmart-backed online shopping firm offers lucrative discounts on products in categories like TVs and Appliances, Electronics and Accessories, Mobiles, Fashion, Beauty, Furniture, etc.

“Smartphones, tablets, TVs, washing machines- the list in endless when the Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale 2021 is just around the corner. You can expect great discounts and offers across categories so that you can have your shopping wishlist completely fulfilled,” Flipkart’s website read. Besides the lucrative discounts offered under the Big Billion Days Sale, Flipkart will also offer discounts if purchases are made using debit and credit cards of partner banks. The e-commerce company will offer a minimum discount of Rs 1,000 on payments using cards.

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How the sale of a Sting CD sparked an entire industry

On an August afternoon in 1994, 21-year-old Dan Kohn made history.

Kohn had just sold a CD to a man in Philadelphia through his clunky website.

The man paid $12.48 plus shipping for a copy of “Ten Summoner’s Tales” by the rock star Sting.

Why was this such a big deal?

  • That CD was the first item ever sold on the internet.

Internet shopping didn’t exist 30 years ago.

Today, it’s a colossal $900 billion industry… and America’s online industry is about to hit a major milestone.

Data from top research firm eMarketer shows internet sales will pass $1 trillion next year.

Folks look at this big number and assume the profit opportunity has passed them by. I mean… hasn’t online shopping pioneer Amazon (AMZN) already run up 100,000%?

Please don’t make this mistake.

According to Pew Research, 308 million Americans used the internet last year. But did you know

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