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Here we are once again. Faced with the decision to go up against an army of soccer mom's glued to the glass pane of Wally world (Wal-Mart) or sit at home and spend a little bitcoin.

With today's blockchain fees the Wally world armada doesn't sound so bad... well, yes it does. This is the place that produced more fights than Donald King.

I'm mean that's really why it's called black Friday. I'm not kidding. The term originated in Philadelphia due to all of the traffic, accidents, and outright violence the day caused by mobs of shoppers.

Just take a look at this festive event. This shit actually happens.

Yeah. No thanks. Bitcoin is sounding much much better now. Even with the blockchains current ridiculousness that is it's fees.

Sending bitcoin costs about a minimum of $5 or $6 to send any amount. This is fantastic if you're sending $100 grand, but if you live in the real world. This sucks.

It almost makes you want to re-think the Black Friday shopping mob. Until you look back at the pictures and that's why they're here. To remind us that no matter how greedy miners get, shit could be allot worse.


In any case, let's move on to the Top 5 Places to Spend bitcoin on Black Friday 2017.

 Number 5  - 50" TV From Best Buy

Best Buy is offering a 50" TV from sharp for $179 ... that's right $179.

You'll need a gift card for this one too. You can buy Best Buy gift cards with bitcoin at:
GYFT
Paxful
Localbitcoins

 Number 4  - Newegg

Save quite a bit on electronics at Newegg.com and Newegg accepts bitcoin!


 Number 3  - Ledger

Save 21% on Ledger Nano S, this weekend only at Ledger.

Ledger Nano S - The multi-currency hardware wallet

 Number 2  - Save up to 30% at Purse.io and Amazon.com

Make a wish list, name your price, and you can save up to 30% o more off of anything at Amazon.com through Purse.io and "name your price" and up to 10% outright.  You can also visit the new dinbits store and pick up one of our bitcoin T-shirts!

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 Number 1  - Up to 70% Off at Overstock

Overstock was one of the first major vendors to accept bitcoin and they've continued to support the industry through the years.

In addition to paying with bitcoin you can also earn another time limited 15% off just buy visiting and giving up your email address.



Despite the high blockchain fees, it's still worthwhile to pay with bitcoin at many outlets. Be sure and check out Dell.com who also accepts bitcoin and of course on November 24th (at midnight) you'll be able to access the deals at bitcoinblackfriday.com where you can finds tons of merchant deals from all over the world if you're spending bitcoin.

Let's not forget that you can also spend Dash, ZCash, and other Altcoins at many outlets, such as Purse.io, as well thanks to Shapeshift.io.

Happy Thanksgiving!




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