Thursday, October 29, 2015
Shopping Tricks Of Early Black Friday Sales
Cyber Monday: the biggest online shopping event of the holiday season. After the post-Thanksgiving Black Friday shopping spree, we can enjoy the safer and more peaceful online shopping of Cyber Monday. But even online shopping can be challenging. Every store and merchandiser is vying for your shopping dollar. They ply you with coupons, free shipping and "great deals." How do you navigate (pun intended) the ocean of internet commerce? Here's your shopper's guide to Cyber Monday deals.
Black Friday sales aren't limited to regular stores. In fact, you can go online and find several iPhone 6 Black Friday coupons at online based companies, such as Amazon. While online, check for other Black Friday sales. Sometimes stores will have deals that can only be purchased online.
The National Retail Federation (NRF) estimated that friday shopping will be very aggressive this year. Additionally, the NRF said, 88 percent of retailers will have a special Cyber Monday promotion, up from 72 percent in 2007.
These daily deal are being offered across the United States. The service assures businesses that they will find a minimum amount of people for their special offers, in exchange for low prices on products or services for you the customer.
In addition, shoppers can ensure competitive prices in brick-and-mortar stores by using Amazon.com's Price Check App (Android, iOS). Price Check users can scan a product barcode, snap a picture, or even say or type a product name to see both Customer Reviews and Amazon.com pricing. Assuming the price is better, customers can then make purchases using 1-Click ordering, directly from the app.