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Not sure if this is the place to post this, but how about some good tips on holiday sales?

I can start it off with this -- if you promise not to laugh!

Timex.com is giving 20% off, plus a 20% rebate, plus free shipping. I have 2 Timex Expeditions that are my all-around, general purpose knockabout watches. 10 year battery life and they keep great time! And if they get lost, stolen, break, etc., who cares?

They have some interesting stuff there, like time/tide/compass watches. Hey, times (get it?) are tough, so cheaper may be better... and a watch is a watch -- to a fanatic, they're all good!

Anyone know of other retailers with good deals for the holidays?
 

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The Sales Forum...There's some great deals to be had right now if you don't mind pre-loved :)
 

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Try some of those sites that list thousands of watches like:

www.thefind.com
www.globalwatchmarket.com
www.watchchoice.com

There's usually a massive selection ranging from reasonably priced to ridiculously expensive.

What sort of watch are you after?
Nothing in particular, but if I see a super bargain, I may go for it. Although I have a sentimental attachment to Zodiac watches, my parents bought me a Sea Wolf in 1970 and I've been hankering for a new one lately...

I'm a cheap collector -- don't like to spend more than a few hundred or so because I'd be too afraid of losing it or damaging it...
 
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