KRISTEN'S STORY - WINNER
Target And Walmart Holiday Deals You Can Get Now
It looks like Black Friday is becoming a tradition of the past. This year some of the biggest sales of the holiday are happening right now. Thanks to Amazon’s being the retailer to beat, Target and Walmart and stepping up their game and kicked off big sales over the weekend.
Walmart is rolling out daily deals with serious discounts. Examples of the deals are Apple AirPods for less than Apple even sells them and madden NFL 19 for Xbox One for a ridiculous $29. This year, the retailer is even offering high end brands like Calvin Klein, Ray-Ban, and Bose audio equipment.
Not to be outdone, Target has over a thousand curated gifts and most are under $15. Gift exchanges anyone? You can grab an Insta Pot, Beats, and more. Their deals also change daily. And while Walmart has a $35 minimum on purchases to get free shipping, Target doesn’t.
Both stores are also tech heavy, so make sure you keep your eyes on the deals to get the latest tech trends at great prices.
The retail war is in full gear and we are the winners.
JASON'S STORY -
Customers Buy Out Doughnut Shop Early Every Day So Owner Can Be With Sick Wife
Donut City owner John Chhan just wants more time with his ailing wife, so his customers are helping out, a dozen doughnuts at a time. John and his wife, Stella, have owned Donut City in Seal Beach for thirty years. The couple came to Orange County as refugees from Cambodia in 1979. Since then, they’ve worked side by side every morning to serve doughnuts at their shop – until recently.
Customers who missed Stella Chhan’s presence behind the counter were shocked to discover she had suffered an aneurysm. She’s alive, but is weak and in rehab, and John Chhan rushes home every day to be with her as soon as the shop sells out of doughnuts.
He refused to allow his customers to set up a GoFundMe account for them. He said he doesn't want the money. He just wants more time with his wife.
As a result, their customers have endeavored to help Donut City sell out early every day so he can return to the rehabilitation center where she is recovering. She's talking and writing now. And she's trying to start eating.
“It’s a blessing really,” the unidentified customer said. “We need more people like that to just help everybody out in whatever need they have.”