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November 21, 2013

Exchange offers holiday savings

DALLAS – Army & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers can spare the turkey as the Exchange carves up prices Nov. 28-Dec. 2.

The bountiful savings begin at www.shopmyexchange.com on Thanksgiving Day with Dooney and Bourke crossbody handbags for $99 and a 14K 1 ct. TDW diamond ring marked down $1,051 to $799.

In-store, shoppers will find even more reasons to be thankful on Black Friday with $500 off select 60” and 70” Samsung 1080p TVs, Xbox 360 Holiday Bundles marked down $110 and ten percent off all Beats products.

Saturday has tasty deals for the whole family including $1,000 off a Sony 70” 1080p TV, Sony Blu-ray home theater systems for $199, $29.99 Armitron stainless steel sports watches, and 20 percent off all cribs and crib mattresses.

Sunday’s specials include a Sony 55” 1080p Smart TV for $1,299, 20 percent off all kids’ activity gyms, saucers and licensed toddlers’ furniture and 30 percent savings on Cover Girl cosmetics.

Finally, Cyber Monday offers an array of online-only deals such as select Michael Kors totes at 25 percent off, Keurig Elite K45 brewer for $89.99 and 25 percent off select men’s and women’s Calvin Klein gift sets.

“With deals such as these, we don’t expect there to be too many leftovers,” said the Exchange’s Senior Enlisted Advisor Chief Master Sgt. Tony Pearson. “In addition to the great savings at our brick and mortar locations, the online specials will be updated and changed daily as well. Any way you slice it, Exchanges will have everything military families need, at the right price.”

All of the weekend’s deals, including those for Europe and Pacific locations, can be seen starting Nov. 14 at www.shopmyexchange.com by clicking “Exchange Stores” and then “Sales Flyers.” Continuous price updates will be incorporated into the online version of the flyers to ensure pricing remains competitive throughout the five-day event.




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