Friday, October 9, 2015
Beware, Not Every Black Friday Deals Are Great Deals
Black Friday is rapidly approaching and retailers are gearing up to compete for your consumer dollars. We've already seen some of the deals and we can say that you're in for a treat this year. It is really important to understand the intricacies of Black Friday sales so you don't miss out on the best deals.
There are years where you spend Thanksgiving with his family, and years you spend Thanksgiving with yours, and then there are the years you try to make it to both places all in the same day. That leaves you not only consuming more calories than you eat in a week, but also driving the length of the Garden State Parkway in heavy traffic. Add to it that some stores are starting their Kindle Paperwhite deals 2015 on Thursday evening, and you've got a very, very long day ahead of you. Instead of racking up your EZPass bill, why not host Thanksgiving at your place this year?
While some of the Black Friday deals have limited quantities, there are typically so many excellent deals to choose from that many items last through Sunday, when another batch of black friday 2015 best buy' replace them.
Kindle Wireless: All travelers read. Even guys who never read at home read when they're traveling. Everyone agrees the kindle paperwhite deals wireless reading device is the best e-reader on the market. The beauty of the e-reader is that you can carry an entire library in one lightweight device. He can take a few books with him and download more while he's traveling. If he's a reader, he will love the Kindle - guaranteed. If he's not, he will appreciate it while he's traveling and then let you use it when he gets home. Either way, you can't lose with Kindle.
You can put in your zip code into the Walmart Black Friday sales flyer for a map of your local Walmart with a guide to savings. The best items to get at Walmart this year are: DVD's starting at $1.69 each, video games starting at $7, Zhu Zhu pets at $4 each, Barbies for $5 each, and kids Disney apparel at $4 each. They even have good prices on laptop computers for less than $300.
With all of that being said, the 2012 festive season is going to be dominated by the Paperwhite reader. It's going to be another bumper Christmas for Amazon and the Kindle.