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  • How to make $71,000 selling nothing on Black Friday
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How to make $71,000 selling nothing on Black Friday

For the third year running, Cards Against Humanity has taken a stand against the horrors of Black Friday, this year offering bargain hunters the deal of a lifetime – $5 for absolutely nothing. But why were 11,248 people willing to trade their hard-earned cash for thin air?

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