While we’re out chasing the dragon tomorrow – trying to keep up with technology – a creative’s job is never done. Whether it’s an app, preset, or the equipment, it can be a challenge to stay abreast on the cutting edge. Saving a few hundred bucks can be a shot in the arm for any creative media professional. But there are some great deals out there for the budding creative.
Black Friday can mean deep discounts.
If you know where to look…
The numbers don’t lie. 1 in 10 Canadians plan on making a purchase during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and a further 1 in 3 Canadian online shoppers are likely to shop at American retailers between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
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Saving money means putting more money into our projects too, but if you don’t have a camera, the right lenses, proper lighting, and hard drive space you’ll be limited with the projects you can do. No matter your medium – these deals are for you. Check the bottom for some key facts about Black Friday in Canada if you’ve never heard of it before. We’re doing our part to keep business in Canada.
A little bit of sleuthing can lead to some serious savings
THE “BUY ONE IF YOU DON’T HAVE ONE ALREADY” DEALS (Staples)
Apple 13.3″ MacBook Pro Laptop, 2.5GHz Intel Core i5, 4GB, 500GB HDD $999 (Savings of $200)
DATA MADE ME DO IT (Amazon/Staples)
Kingston 8GB USB Drive – $3.92 (Savings of $9)
Seagate 500GB Portable External Hard Drive – $49.99 (Regularly $99.99)
SanDisk Extreme CompactFlash 32 GB Memory Card – $97 (Regularly $300.11)
SanDisk 32 GB SDHC Flash Memory Card SDSDX-032G-X46 – $35 (Regularly $170.63)