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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Weekend Sale at Kmart

Are you looking for good deals this weekend? There is another big sale and big savings happening only this Saturday at Kmart. We should take advantage of these special offers they have in-store for us. They have so many marked down items for back-to-school products so; the late shoppers can also avail the good bargains. If it is a Kmart Bluelight sale then; expect to have the good savings on everything you need.

If you are planning to buy patio furniture and grills, do it this weekend at Kmart. All Patio Furniture is 70% off already and you will get an extra 20% off during the bluelight sale. Grab the sales this Saturday and avail big discounts. You will also get an extra 10% from already 70% off for diamond jewelry. Truly a good deal right? There are over 40 great Bluelight Specials throughout the day in the store in your area. But, there are other great offers also available at and happening only this Saturday.

I will definitely buy a backpack for my nephew and it's only $8 from the regular price of $19.99. That is more than 50% off already. When you buy two 70 count Notebooks, you will get one for free so; shop at Kmart this weekend. To know more about the latest deals and news, visit Kmart on Twitter.

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