The Black Friday Deals Ads List 2015

Black Friday Rush

We’ve compiled a list of Black Friday Deals Ads from many popular retailers. Click on the links to view their deals. Store hours vary and some stores are open on Thanksgiving Day. Make sure you check your local retailer to see when they open this holiday shopping season.


Best Buy






Home Depot




Toys R Us





Also keep in mind we have a variety of protection plans available for these great gifts you decide to purchase. Here’s to another year of awesome deals!



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Do I Need Travel Insurance? [Infographic]

“Do I need travel insurance?” That’s something many of us have asked ourselves when traveling via airplane. Travel insurance is especially beneficial when you travel abroad to different countries. Take a look at the key benefits of having travel insurance:


travel insurance infographic


Key Features of Travel Insurance:


1. Medical & dental emergencies

  • Our 24/7 emergency assistance service is ready to help whenever you need it. Plus, you’ll be covered for up to $50,000 in medical expenses.

2. Delays & missed connections

  • Missed connection or delay leave you stranded? We’ll give you up to $1,000 to cover unplanned accommodation, meals and transportation.

3. Lost, damaged or stolen baggage

  • You’ve finally arrived… and your bags are nowhere to be seen. Luckily, you’re covered for up to $500 for your baggage & personal effects.

4. Trip cancellation & interruption

  • It happens – you or one of your traveling companions gets sick or bad weather wrecks your plans. We’ll reimburse you up to 100% of the trip cost for covered events.

5. Rental car damage & theft

  • With travel insurance, you don’t have to worry about buying a separate rental car policy – you’re covered for up to $50,000 in rental car damage or theft.

6. Concierge services

  • Concierge services help you get more from your trip – whether it’s booking you at the hottest new restaurant in town or securing last-minute tickets to an event.
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America’s Most Irresponsible Person: The Results Are In

We launched a campaign to find America’s Most Irresponsible Person a few months ago and the results are in! We took a look at what you all told this and found some pretty interesting things.


Of the people surveyed:

  • The most irresponsible are Millennials while most responsible are Baby Boomers.
  • 89% of Millennials bring their phones to the bathroom and 93% bring it to the beach.
  • 47% don’t believe in bad luck. Your phone’s fate is in your hands.

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How to Prepare for a Winter Road Trip

The coveted summer road trip is a longtime tradition, but its snowy counterpart can be a welcome respite from the dreary days of winter. Roads are less congested in winter and the tourist attractions aren’t as swamped, adding a couple more perks to a winter getaway. Travelers should be wary of the season’s harsh driving conditions, however. Whether you’re hitting the road for work or play, be prepared with these winter driving safety tips:


1. Get a Vehicle Check

Be sure you and your vehicle are ready. You may think general vehicle maintenance is enough to take off on a safe winter escape, but icy conditions require more car care than a regular oil change. Before you leave, ask your mechanic to check your vehicle’s brakes, lights, oil, tires, exhaust system, heater and defroster, and be sure to test your vehicle’s battery life.


2. Add Roadside Assistance

If you don’t already have roadside assistance as part of your vehicle insurance, consider adding it. It’s usually just a small extra monthly fee, and it will come to the rescue if you get a flat tire, stranded in snow, stuck in a ditch or if you run out of gas or your car just won’t start. And if you’re renting a car for your winter adventure, you can add rental car insurance with roadside assistance.


3. Pack Accordingly

Pack an emergency kit and keep it in your trunk. If you get stuck in a snow storm, you’ll need:


  • Personal-care items. Include blankets, snacks, bottled water, gloves, boots and a first-aid kit.
  • Emergency care and safety tools. Equip your vehicle with a cell phone charger, flashlight, batteries, tire chains, ice scraper, jumper cables, road flare, shovel, sand, a small tool kit and sand, salt or kitty litter. These things will give you the best chance to get out of a troublesome situation and back on the road.


4. What to Do in a Worst Case Scenario

If a snow storm hits and you do get stuck, follow the steps below to try to safely get back on track.



  • Stay calm and assess the situation before taking any action.
  • Check the tailpipe before you start your engine; if there’s snow covering it, clear it. This is to prevent deadly gases from building up inside the car.
  • Clear snow from around the tires with the appropriate safety tools like a shovel or ice pick.
  • Sprinkle salt in front of the tires to the melt ice that forms when the wheels spin (causing your vehicle to be stuck).
  • Sand or cat litter will provide traction for tires.
  • Run your engine for 10 to 15 minutes every hour to keep the car sufficiently warm and to melt some of the ice and snow.


  • Floor the gas or accelerate in high gear; this will bury the tires deeper.
  • Leave the wheels turned. It’s easier to maneuver the vehicle when the tires are straight.
  • Walk away from your vehicle. If you do, you may get disoriented and lose your way back.

If you’ve tried all options or if a snow storm hits too hard to even attempt to exit its time to call for backup. Depending on the severity of the situation, you may call your insurance provider for a tow (that’s the above-mentioned roadside assistance) or 911 for emergency situations.



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4 Useful Apps During a Zombie Apocalypse

You ever wonder what you would do in the event of a zombie apocalypse? It’s better to be prepared for what may or may not come, so that’s why I’ve compiled a list of 4 useful apps during a zombie apocalypse.



When there’s an apocalypse of any sorts, the lights will go out and it will be dark. It will be painfully difficult to navigate through pitch black areas. A flashlight will illuminate the way to safety. However, you must exercise extreme discretion when using the flashlight app. You don’t want to turn it on when there is a zombie only 20 meters away. Otherwise, it’ll catch their attention and you will become a delightful buffet for them. If you’re feeling crafty and heroic, you can lay a trap for a zombie by using the light as a lure and then ambushing it by bashing its head in with a lead pipe.


Google Maps

Navigation is a must. We no longer rely on gigantic road atlas maps from a couple decades ago. Google maps will guide you to your destination. I would look for the nearest army base and head there. With the armory and trained troops stationed there, that’s gotta be your best chance for survival. Another option is to find your way to the nearest lake or sea and get a boat. We all know zombies don’t know how to swim so you should be safe there, unless there happens to be aqua zombies in this apocalyptic scenario. If that’s the case, I would pray to Poseidon for safe harbor.


Gun Sounds

Yes, there are apps out there with an assortment of realistic gun and explosion sounds. You might be wondering, why would I need this against zombies? You don’t. It’s for other humans. The Walking Dead has taught me that you are guaranteed to run into humans with bad intentions. If you run into a human in an adjacent room and you think they might be dangerous threat to you – tell them you have a gun and start playing sounds of AK-47 gunfire. They will probably run away and inadvertently encounter a horde of zombies, which is what they deserve anyways.



It can get lonely when the human population gets decimated due to a zombie outbreak. You need to do your part in repopulating the human species. Plus it would be funny to see a profile that says: “Hobbies include staying alive, foraging for cans of baked beans, honing my combat skills, and living life like there’s no tomorrow!” Get on Tinder to find a local date. Don’t be picky so swipe right like there really is no tomorrow.



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