Just literally watched a so called expert lawyer on the TV and he has just stated that the law says that a goods item must have been buyable at the "previous" price for 28 days, prior to its now "sale price", the guy interviewing him went on to state that a WHICH survey had discovered that on several occasions firms like currys had actually sold the item cheaper than its 28 day price and its now sale price, ( hope that makes sense),
At the end of the day if the buyer comes away feeling they have got a good deal then for me that's satisfaction, I know I am a bugger for techie gadgety Type stuff, and thankfully for me the firms selling that kind of thing participate in the Black Friday project big time.
This link takes you to a site that tracks the prices that Amazon has attached to particulat items: "Our free Amazon price tracker monitors millions of products and alerts you when prices drop, helping you decide when to buy"
Taking of Amazon, I have just bought a second fire tablet, which I absolutely love ... I have books on it and also music and whispersinc which reads the books to you, a great luxury as I stare at the screen all day
Now for areally naive question, when I come to Turkey, will I be able to access all these good things, or are they sort of "in the cloud". I suppose they are permanently on the device, as I want to make sure. Having access to books and music on one device is so handy with today's restricted luggage allowance ...