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Ubuntu ‘Black Friday’ Bargains

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It’s so-called “Black Friday” today, an annual US event in which adults gather en-mass at retail stores to fight each other for discounted electric whisks, George Foreman grills, and plasma TVs.

Not wanting to be left out of proceedings many online retailers have also begun to join in, offering up limited amounts of stock at varying degrees of “bargaininity” (it’s now a word, don’t judge).

But as this is an Ubuntu blog we’re not here to highlight the pitiful reduction in hair-tongs, feet massagers and rack roasters. No, we’re here to pimp the the Ubuntu bargains.

And whilst they are few and far between (boo!) there are some to be had (yay!)…

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