Busch Gardens Tampa Bay planning lineup of Easter fun
TAMPA, Fla. – Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is planning a lineup of fun and special activities for the Easter holiday weekend. The events will be available to guests with park reservations from this Friday through Sunday. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay’s Food & Wine Festival is currently underway. Guests will also get a chance to attend physically-distant concerts and ride the theme park’s world-class attractions. AdUse the form below to sign up for the ClickOrlando.com In the Loop: Theme Park Scoops newsletter, sent every Friday morning.
Mattel unveils Maya Angelou Barbie doll
Doctor Maya Angelou is the latest addition to Barbie’s “Inspiring Women” series. The Angelou doll has a head wrap and a floral printed dress. Barbie says the women of this series were risk-takers who “changed rules and paved the way for generations of girls to dream bigger than ever before.”[TRENDING: Can Trump run for president again? | Fifth-largest lotto jackpot up for grabs]Angelou’s career includes a National Book Award nomination for I know why the caged bird sings, her 1970 autobiography. She has also received dozens of honorary doctorates, numerous awards and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Target already planning on no Thanksgiving Day shopping for 2021
FILE - In this Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020 file photo, people walk through the parking lot at a Target store in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)It’s not even Valentine’s Day and Target is already making 2021 holiday plans. The retailer announced it will be closed on Thanksgiving Day again. Target and other retailers were closed this past Thanksgiving to help reduce crowds and flatten the curve amid the coronavirus pandemic. Target also announced its holiday sales for November and December were up more than 17% from the year before.
Macy’s plans to close 45 more stores this year
The Macy's store logo is displayed on their store in Burlington, Mass., Monday, March 30, 2020. Macy's announced that they would furlough a majority of their 130,000 workers after their stores closed due to the virus outbreak. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)Macy’s is closing 45 more of its iconic department stores by the middle of 2021. The retail giant announced it would close 125 stores over the next couple of years. 30 of those stores closed permanently.
Last-minute shopping? These stores are open before Christmas
Christmas is at the end of this work week, leaving those who haven’t started shopping for gifts scrambling. While most stores are closed on Christmas, many have extended hours on Dec. 23 before reducing hours on Christmas Eve. Here are popular store hours for Dec. 23 and 24, according to Offer.com. Academy Sports + Outdoors: Dec. 23, 7 a.m. to midnight; Christmas Eve, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.At Home: Dec. 23, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Christmas Eve, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.Barnes and Noble: Dec. 23, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Christmas Eve, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.Bass Pro Shops: Dec. 23, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Christmas Eve, Closes 6 p.m. REI: Dec. 23, Regular hours; Christmas Eve, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Sam’s Club: Dec. 23, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Christmas Eve, Closes 6 p.m.Target: Dec. 23, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Christmas Eve, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.Ulta: Dec. 23, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Christmas Eve, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.Walmart: Dec. 23, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Christmas Eve, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Walmart adds at-home return service
All rights reserved)You don’t have to leave home to return your Walmart online purchases. The company announced Monday a new service to pick-up items from your house. The retail giant is teaming up with FedEx for the new return service. [TRENDING: How to see the rare ‘Christmas Star’ | $900 billion COVID relief bill details | How many Floridians have been vaccinated]The company is hoping it will give it an edge over its biggest rival Amazon. The option is free and will stay in place beyond the busy holiday shopping season.
Which stores will be open Christmas Day?
Last-minute gifts or emergencies might have you wondering what stores will still be open on Christmas Day. There aren’t many as most stores remain closed so their employees can spend a much-deserved day celebrating with their families. However, if you do find yourself needing some last-minute gifts, batteries for the new toys Santa Claus brought or even just an excuse to get out of the house, the following stores will be open, according to Offer.com. [TRENDING: 250,000 chickens killed in fire | SpaceX launch to bring sonic booms | New stimulus could mean $600 direct payment]7-ElevenAlbertsons, limited hoursCVSRite AidFamily Dollar, some locationsSafeway, some locationsStarbucks, some locationsWalgreensYou might want to give the store a call before stopping by, just in case things differ in your region.
Struggling Seminole Towne Center mall could be ‘repurposed’ by next year
SANFORD, Fla. – Visit the Seminole Towne Center and empty stores mirror a trend at shopping centers and malls across the country: some shoppers are simply spent with brick-and mortar. The move came after majority owners of the Seminole Towne Center submitted a proposal which could get the property re-zoned for any number of ideas. “Sanford deserves the best.”According to King, mall owners suggested a number of different options for repurposing the center, including a housing development, education center, medical building and storage facility. News 6 found majority owner Kohan Retail Investment Group bought Seminole Towne Center for roughly $52.3 million right after the coronavirus pandemic began. When News 6 asked shoppers what they think should happen to Seminole Towne Center, we got a mixed bag of answers.
Ready to shop? Check out Hello Kitty Café Truck & Barbie Pop-Up Truck at The Florida Mall
For one day only, on Saturday, Dec. 12, the Hello Kitty Café Truck and the Barbie Pop-Up Truck will be parked at The Florida Mall, offering an outdoor mobile shopping experience featuring exclusive sweets and treats for fans of all ages. The Hello Kitty Café Truck will offer shoppers a new Hello Kitty Café Cookie plush, new hand-decorated cookie sets, sprinkle mugs, pin sets, cookie sets, canvas totes and more. The Barbie Truck will feature exclusive 90s-themed apparel and accessories such as embroidered denim jackets, hats, T-shirts, vinyl “boombox” tote bags, fanny packs, “cassette tape” wallets and more. PHOTOS: Swipe through to see what will be offered at the Barbie Pop-Up TruckFull Screen 1 / 16 Merchandise available at Barbie Pop-Up Truck coming to the Florida Mall on Dec. 12. The Orlando stop is the last destination for the Hello Kitty Café Truck on its 2020 East Coast tour.
Target to sell discounted gift cards this weekend
Target’s annual gift card sale kicks off this weekend, but there will be some changes. The biggest change is that you have to be a member of Target’s loyalty program to get the 10% discount. Also, this year’s sale will last two days instead of just one. The store gift cards can be bought Saturday and Sunday in store and online. The deal is only for Target gift cards and the discount can only be used for one transaction.
Amazon sales surge during record-breaking 2020 holiday shopping season
All rights reserved)Amazon is reporting record-breaking sales over the holiday shopping season so far. The company said on Tuesday that this year’s holiday shopping season has been its largest. Amazon said small and medium-sized businesses that use the platform took-in nearly $5 billion between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, a 60% jump from last year. The firm says sales grew 22% for the period from Thanksgiving Day and Cyber Monday. Analysts say it is evident that the pandemic is leading more people to shop online.
These retailers are staying open on Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving Day will certainly be different for some amid the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing precautions have caused some families to cancel holiday meals or adjust the way in which they gather. [TRENDING: Disney World increasing capacity | 250,000 space fans to drive near Cape for launch | Meteor shower coming soon]Retailers have also adjusted to the current times and many have elected to stay closed on Thanksgiving Day when normally they would be pushing Black Friday deals early. However, there are still a group of stores that have chosen to stay open on the holiday, according to BlackFriday.com. Here are the stores staying open on ThanksgivingBass Pro Shops: Opens at 8 a.m.Bealls: Open from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.Big Lots: Open from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.Cabela’s: Open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.Claire’s: Open from 5 p.m. to midnightCVS: 24-hour locations openDollar General: Open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.Family Dollar: Open but hours vary by storeFive Below: Open from 6 p.m. to midnightFred Meyer: Normal hours of operationKmart: Open from 6 a.m. to midnightMeijer: Open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Modell’s: Open from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.New York & Company: Opens at 6 p.m.Palais Royal: Open from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.Peebles: Open from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.Rite Aid: 24-hour locations are openStage Stores: Open from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.Victoria’s Secret: Select stores are openWalgreens: 24-hour locations are open
These retailers will be closed on Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving is a special time of year as family and friends gather to celebrate what they are thankful for and enjoy a good meal. Through the years, Black Friday shopping has leaked into Thanksgiving Day, meaning retailers were staying open and employees were having to work instead of spending time with those they love. With the coronavirus pandemic still in full swing across the U.S., many retailers have adjusted their Black Friday shopping hours and are choosing to stay closed on Thanksgiving Day this year. [TRENDING: Disney World increasing capacity | 250,000 space fans to drive near Cape for launch | Meteor shower coming soon]Many retailers have shifted more deals online, which also helps employees get the day off to unwind before the holiday shopping season kicks into high gear. Here are the retailers that have announced closures on Thanksgiving, according to BlackFriday.com.
Lowe’s holiday deals kick off Thursday
Halloween is not even here yet, and Lowe’s is already kicking off its Christmas holiday shopping specials. The home improvement chain is starting its new “Seasons of Savings” sale Thursday. The big-box retailer believes the holiday shopping season this year will be unlike any other because of the pandemic. Instead of a traditional Black Friday sale, Lowe’s will offer daily online-only “cyber steals” starting Thursday through Dec. 2. The home improvement chain is also planning to offer gifts you might not expect from them, to become more of a one-stop shop for the holidays.
These kitchen items from Amazon I actually use in my own kitchen
You can get them all on Amazon, and since it’s Prime Day, why not treat yourself to something special for your kitchen? Instant Pots are insanely popular, so if you already have one, you know just how versatile this kitchen appliance can be. It’s really great for steaming veggies, too. Really nice Dutch ovens can get really expensive, but this one on Amazon is a reasonable price, and it’s a great quality. Having both of these items in your kitchen will be great additions.
Walmart spreading Black Friday deals throughout November
Millions of shoppers look forward to Black Friday deals each year, but the long lines and packed stores won’t be happening in 2020 -- at least not at Walmart. Walmart says it wants to adapt to the needs of its customers, so instead of one deal-filled day after Thanksgiving, there will be events throughout November. The company is calling the event Deals for Days. Walmart says shoppers will also be able to buy online and schedule a contact-free curbside pick up. The retailer says it will limit the number of people inside, stress social distancing and place products on one side of the aisle.
Dollar General launching new store concept
(Copyright 2020 by CNN Newsource - All rights reserved.) The retail chain known for its rock-bottom prices is now targeting wealthier shoppers. Dollar General is opening new stores for suburban shoppers, launching its first two Popshelf stores in Nashville. The new stores will be bigger than regular Dollar General stores. Dollar General launching new store concept (Copyright 2020 by CNN Newsource - All rights reserved.)
Amazon Prime Day is almost upon us; follow these tips and you won’t miss a thing
Y’all, the next best thing to Christmas is quickly approaching: Amazon Prime Day 2020. You can already start “watching” items you’d like to get an alert on, whenever they go on sale on Amazon Prime Day. In the app or on the website, when you look up an item, check for the Prime Day badge, which means it’s a Prime Day Deal. Amazon Prime Day 2020 notification directions. Now you, my friend, are full of knowledge and power to take on Amazon Prime Day 2020.
Target sets October date for annual 'Deal Days’ sales event
Target’s “Deal Days” is back. The retailer’s sales event is scheduled for Oct. 13-14. A spokesperson for Target tells business insider the two-day sale includes digital deals on twice as many items compared to the year before. [TRENDING: Officials investigating possible coronavirus superspreader events | ULA set for Tuesday rocket launch | Local coronavirus mask mandates remain in effect]“Deal Days” made its debut in July 2019 and has a “no membership required” sale. Target is also expected to hire 130,000 seasonal employees during the holiday season.
Amazon Prime Day set for mid-October
Amazon Prime Day is set for Oct. 13 and 14, the company announced Monday. Prime Day is Amazon’s version of Christmas in the summer, with sales routinely outpacing Black Friday. Amazon Prime Vice President Jamil Ghani says the company thinks Prime Day will be bigger this year than ever before. Amazon has thrived during the pandemic as consumers purchase more goods online to limit store visits. The company reported $88.9 billion in sales during its latest quarter ending June 30, a 40% jump from the same period a year earlier.
Walmart hiring 20,000 to prepare for online shopping season
Walmart is getting ready to go online with its Black Friday plan by hiring more than 20,000 seasonal workers. Instead, Walmart says they will be a part of its e-commerce fulfillment centers across the country. The company said it expects to see a spike in online shopping this year. For instance, the company says it will spread traditional Black Friday deals throughout the season. Walmart typically kicks off Black Friday with in-store deals on Thanksgiving.
Central Florida Bed Bath & Beyond one of first 63 stores to close
Around the country, people who work for Bed Bath & Beyond will lose their jobs by the end of the year. Sixty-three stores, including one in Casselberry, are set to close as part of restructuring because of COVID-19. In July, the company said it would be closing about 200 stores over two years. According to CNN, this is the list of 63 store locations that will close by the end of the year. Everett Mall Way, in EverettWisconsin:605 Main Street, in BrookfieldWest Virginia:172 Retail Commons Parkway, in Martinsburg
Pay for stains? Gucci debuts pricey grass-stained denim
They say the grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence, but it turns out the grass is greener on Gucci’s new denim. Take a close look at these overalls that have been purposely stained with grass. It’s just $1,400 for that “play in the dirt again,” “worn-in” look for folks who -- let’s be honest here -- probably haven’t ever done a day of yard work in their lives. No worries, there are grass-stained jeans, too, and those are only $1,200. Your mom probably knows how to get grass stains out of clothes, so she probably shouldn’t be consulted about the cleaning care for these.
Walmart drops its top toys of 2020 ahead of the holiday season
Ahead of the holiday, Walmart has announced its list of the top toys of the season. Experts are suggesting that people will start their holiday shopping early this year in order to avoid possible delays. This years list is comprised of interactive play, educational toys, screen-free indoor entertainment and energy-burning outdoor activities. Top toys 2020Walmarts list is broken down into six categories: popular character toys, high-tech gadgets, interactive play, surprise toys, outdoor toys and indoor entertainment. Ready to start shopping now?
FAA approves Amazon’s ‘Prime Air’ drone deliveries
Amazon is one step closer to launching its drone delivery service in the United States. The Federal Aviation Administration gave the company an air carrier certificate Saturday, a must-have before any company can begin drone deliveries. With this certificate, Amazon says it will begin to test deliveries in some areas. The company, however, has not said when or where the tests will take place.
Walmart to launch premium membership program
Walmart is getting ready to offer a new membership program to all shoppers. The retail giant announced Tuesday it will soon launch Walmart Plus. According to Walmart, customers will have the option of same-day deliveries on more than 160,000 items from groceries to tech and toys. Walmart Plus will also feature a new scan and go option for in-store shopping. Walmart Plus will cost $98 a year or $12.95 per month.
Payless bounces back opening 1st US store in November
Payless is bouncing back. The discount shoe chain is planning to open 300 to 400 standalone stores across the U.S. over the next few years. You can find shoes for as low as about $10 a pair and the company knows saving money is really important to people right now. Payless said its website will reopen for business on TuesdayBut the first new store is set to open in November in Miami, where the company's new headquarters are. Then 30 to 45 stores will open up early next year in Texas and other border states.
Report: Amazon looks to turn malls into fulfillment centers
Amazon could be moving into your local mall. Thats right, the e-commerce giant is in talks with Simon Property Group to take over closed department stores. The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday Amazon would convert former or current JC Penney and Sears stores into distribution hubs. Amazon would get more space closer to where customers live which would speed up shipping times. Mall owners would get a cash-rich tenant to replace their bankrupt anchor stores.
CVS to require masks for all shoppers
CVS announced Thursday that it would be instituting a face-covering policy at all of its locations. Starting Monday all shoppers will be required to wear a face-covering while inside the store. CVS joins stores like Kroger, Kohls, Best Buy, Sams Club and Starbucks. This includes requiring that store employees wear face coverings and encouraging our customers to do so as well. In any community with state or local laws mandating the use of face coverings, weve made that very clear through signage and other reminders, Roberts explained.
Walmart launching membership program similar to Amazon Prime
Walmart is planning its own membership program. The retailer is reportedly close to launching a service similar to Amazon Prime. Walmart+ is set to be unveiled in July. Recode reports that a yearly subscription is $98 and includes same-day delivery, fuel discounts and other perks. Walmart has already been experimenting with one-day delivery in some areas.
Bed, Bath & Beyond plans to permanently close 200 stores
The economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic is forcing Bed, Bath & Beyond to permanently close 200 stores. The closings, which will take place over the next two years, amount to about 20% of its namesake stores. Wall Street analysts had warned that Bed, Bath & Beyond was in trouble before COVID-19 hit the U.S. Bed, Bath & Beyond CEO Mark Tritton says the retailer will emerge from this crisis even stronger, given the strength of the brand. To keep up with the latest news on the pandemic, subscribe to News 6s coronavirus newsletter and go to ClickOrlando.com/coronavirus.
Brooks Brothers, worn by Lincoln and Kennedy, goes bankrupt
Brooks Brothers will permanently close more than a quarter of its 200 stores. Brooks Brothers said Wednesday that it will continue operations as it restructures and is looking to reopen shops that are not being closed permanently. The good thing about Brooks Brothers: Its a very strong brand," he said. Brooks Brothers' two-button suits were a favorite of President John F. Kennedy. Clark Cable wore Brooks Brothers and Jennifer Aniston appeared on the cover of GQ magazine wearing nothing but a red, white and blue Brooks Brothers tie.
Walmart stops selling ‘All Lives Matter’ merchandise on its website
Walmart is no longer selling "All Lives Matter" merchandise on its website. America’s largest retailer received backlash for T-shirts that featured variations of the “Black Lives Matter” slogan, including “All Lives Matter,” ”Blue Lives Matter,“ ”Irish Lives Matter,” and “Homeless Lives Matter.”Walmart says they are being sold by third-party sellers on its website. The retailer has since removed the “All Lives Matter” merchandise, but the other “lives matter” products are still available.
Small business owners take to the streets for event in New Smyrna
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – Shop owners spent Thursday afternoon prepping for the "Takin It to the Streets" event. Signs were plastered on pillars to remind folks, that come 5 p.m., cars will be replaced with more than 50 local merchants on Canal Street. Liz Jones owns Nature In Beauty and she's also the President of the Canal Street Historic District who organized the event. Her handmade beads and antique shop called Halos And Dreams has sat on Canal Street for 20 years. We need their help and we need the help of people to shop small shops," said Suit.
Popular 90s Tamagotchi virtual pet is back
Remember those Tamagotchi virtual pets from the '90s that "lived" on electronic devices? They're coming back and pre-orders started Thursday. The new pets are called Tamagotchi on Wonder Garden. The virtual animals have modern graphics and the ability to connect to an app. And, these pets can travel the world, even if their owners are sheltering in place.
TJX aims to have all stores reopened by end of June
TJX Cos., the parent company of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and Homegoods, hopes to have all of its stores back open by the end of June, the company reported to the SEC on Thursday, according to NBC Boston. TJX closed stores in nine countries along with all of its online shopping sites, distribution centers and offices in mid-March as the coronavirus pandemic was starting to make waves in the U.S. Since May 2, TJX opened approximately 36% of its 4,500 stores worldwide, equating to 1,600 locations reopening as well as four e-commerce sites. The company now hopes to have everything back open by the end of June as it has “fully or partially reopened in 25 states,” NBC Boston reported.
JCPenney plans to close nearly 200 stores this year
Just days after filing for bankruptcy, JCPenney is now planning to close nearly 200 stores this year. The 118-year-old company has struggled to gain profits for years, but the company said the coronavirus pandemic caused sales to plummet. The retailer has 85,000 employees but hasn't said how many people will lose their jobs because of the closings. The company says next year an additional 50 stores will have to be closed. JCPenney is the fourth national retailer to file for bankruptcy just this month.
Costco to give health care workers, first responders priority access
To adhere to social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic, Costco has recently taken steps to control the number of members in its warehouses at one time as it experiences surges in shopping. The company announced Wednesday, it is giving health care workers and first responders priority access to shop, allowing them to skip to the front of the line, according to its website. “Costco is temporarily allowing priority access to our warehouses for Costco members who are healthcare workers and first responders such as police officers, EMTs and firefighters,” company officials said on its website. To gain access to the front of the line, those specific workers only need to show their Costco membership card along with an ID to indicate their role and they can move to the front of the line. To keep up with the latest news on the pandemic, subscribe to News 6′s coronavirus newsletter or go to ClickOrlando.com/coronavirus.
These hilarious tweets about Target are making moms everywhere feel seen
We get that there are much bigger problems in the world, but we couldn’t help but laugh at some of these hilarious posts people are making about how much they’re missing Target. If you’re a Target lover, we feel confident you will enjoy these posts just as much as we do. — Rory (@rcdaly95) March 31, 2020I had a dream that I went to target & woke up thinking my dream was real. Now I'm upset #imisstarget — KCB (@kaseytheginge) October 31, 2014I miss the days of wandering aimlessly through the aisles of Target. #TARGET pic.twitter.com/KuPF3EAblD — jess (@jess_arabie) April 3, 2020Getting dressed up to go to #Target cause that’s one of the only places I’m allowed to go in this free world.
Publix to let seniors shop early on Tuesdays, Wednesdays
Publix announced Thursday that starting next week, it is adding senior shopping hours to all of its stores on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Customers 65 and older can go to a Publix on those two days from 7 to 8 a.m. and shop without being exposed to large crowds of people visiting grocery stores. “Publix is offering these expanded hours to better support our elder community,” a company official said in a statement on its website. Seniors will also be able to access the Publix Pharmacy during this time as well. Click here to see a full list of retailers offering senior hours.
Here’s the list of Central Florida malls open on Christmas Eve
Last-minute shoppers can rejoice as some Central Florida malls and outlets have decided to extend their hours and in turn, the shopping season. Here’s a list of major malls across Central Florida and their hours for Dec. 23 and Christmas Eve. Mall at MilleniaDec. 23: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.Dec. 24: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.Florida MallDec. 23: 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.Dec. 24: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.Orlando International Premium OutletsDec. 23: 9 a.m. - 11 p.m.Dec. 24: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.Altamonte MallDec. 23: 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.Dec. 24: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.Seminole Towne CenterDec. 23: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.Dec. 24: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.Oviedo MallDec. 23: 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.Dec. 24: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.Tanger OutletsDec. 23: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.Dec. 24: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.Volusia MallDec. 23: 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.Dec. 24: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
This is the last day to shop for Christmas gifts. Are you prepared?
RELATED: Tips for Last-Minute Holiday Shopping | Smart holiday shopping: Avoiding fake reviews and tricky ads"Few more days left and I've seen those lines before. The NRF reports nearly 148 million people are shopping on “Super Saturday,” the last Saturday before Christmas day. The NRF calls it the biggest shopping day of the year. Amazon said Sunday is the last day for free delivery for Prime customers, Monday is the last day one-day delivery, and Tuesday is the last day shoppers can purchase items for same day delivery. FedEx can ship overnight packages through December 23 and same day delivery through Christmas, for an extra fee.
All the Cyber Monday 2019 deals we’re freaking out about
One of our favorite TV deals yet ... also from Target. You might even be able to get deals up to 70% off on select items (plus free shipping). At Levi’s, the company is offering 40% off full-priced items and an extra 50% off on sale items, plus free shipping when you enter CYBER. Forbes put out a handy list of the best Cyber Monday deals, which included this great find. We could round up TV deals all day.