Black Friday deals are everywhere, but there's nothing quite like the one you'll get from the makers of Cards Against Humanity. Because everyone is selling something on the day after Thanksgiving, they're selling you absolutely nothing-- for $5.00.
Instead of offering a discount like everyone else, their website on Friday featured a form to fill out with your name and credit card info, in order to give the makers of the game $5.00 for nothing. They're calling it the "Give Cards Against Humanity $5 Sale."
"On Black Friday, everybody is selling something. We're the only company to offer the superior Black Friday experience of buying nothing," their website read.
Those who actually hoped to buy the game online Friday were also out of luck. "Sometimes buying nothing is better than buying Cards Against Humanity. This is one of those times," their website said.
This isn't the first time the company has done something bizarre on Black Friday. Last year, they sold $6 boxes of actual cow feces to 30,000 people-- and the money was donated to charity, specifically Heifer International. And two years ago, they actually raised their prices by $5.00 on Black Friday, and ended up selling more games than ever before.
The company isn't saying what they'll do with the cash that's donated this year-- at least not yet. That's for them to know, and you to find out, but they say they'll make the announcement soon. Early Friday afternoon, the site said $27,720 had been "doorbusted."