Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP!
Summer’s here. That means a few things: sunshine, chilling in the park, cold brews, and hanging out with your friends. Although this is a beautiful picture we’ve painted, there’s something missing. Something big. Something like a Nerf battle. Maybe even something like a kickass Nerf bow battle like you’re a modern day Robin Hood?
If you’re unfamiliar with Nerf (I mean, is this even possible? Surely everyone’s had a childhood?), the company makes foam-based weapons you can use to wage friendly war with your friends, family, and lovely-looking people who pass by.
“Oh, but surely a cool Nerf Bow is going to be expensive?”
You might think that, but you’d be wrong — BECAUSE THIS POST IS TO SHARE A GREAT DEAL WITH YOU! Yep, you can get a Nerf Bow for only $23.99, a full 20 percent off its list price.
Sorry, why are you still reading this? Shouldn’t you be buying a Nerf?N-Strike?StratoBow? Like, right now?
Oh, you want some details on how it works? No problem. You put the rubber-tipped, foam darts on one end of the device. On the other end is a string. You pull this back to fire projectiles at your opponent. Or an innocent. Your choice, really.
It looks like this:
Hell, maybe you should pick up a couple of Nerf bows, hand them out to your friends, and spend an entire weekend hunting one another like you’re in the?Hunger Games??Or maybe you’re on more of a high fantasy vibe and want to do your best Legolas (from?Lord of the Rings?ofc) impression?
Basically, the weather’s good, we’re only as old as we feel, and getting outside with a few friends and shooting them with Nerf bows is as fun as it was when you were a kid.
This deal is going quickly, so make sure you grab you very own Nerf bow while they’re in stock and only $24. Turn up to a party with these in hand and you know you’re gonna have a great time.
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Published July 6, 2019 — 12:00 UTC