Saving on a tax-free day? It's relative

Saving on a tax-free day? It's relative

There are 1 comment on the Richmond Times-Dispatch story from Aug 6, 2006, titled Saving on a tax-free day? It's relative. In it, Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that:

Let me just say that there are three times you never want to be in a Wal-Mart: Christmas Eve.

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Richmond, VA

#1 Aug 8, 2006
I agree with the writer of this article. It wasn't worth breaking your neck to go out and buy school supplies for a few cents. However, the real savings was if you went to a store like Best Buy and bought a computer. Then you would have saved about $40 on a $800 PC. It was nice if you wanted to take advantage of just not paying taxes but definitely nothing to go crazy over.

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