Of course, the latest on Black Friday deals come with a price: “dirty” secrets from the industry that curb shoppers to spend. The one trick that does bug me a lot is the “limited quantity” verbiage, where a retailer will have only specific amounts of items on their doorbuster sale to create a less-supply/more-demand environment to boost visitors to their respective sales floors (physical store or online). That practice has been going on for YEARS, and yet people are still shopping those types of sales, regardless of what happens.
While I do not agree with that practice at all, I would hesitate to even say that it’s not even worth taking the time to peek and see what other sales the company or retailer has that’s not fully advertised. Finding that gem, even when not on the main spread of your ad, can be a great gem to buy 🙂
Black Friday is coming up soon, and what better way to get you all excited about the great sales coming out! Below you will find a few sites that will surely whet your shopping appetite. Tis the season indeed, except it’s not Christmas yet LOL 🙂
BlackFriday.fm is a great source for all Black Friday sales and ads. Stores in blackfriday.fm’s list include BestBuy, Kohl’s, Target, Burlington Coat Factory, Amazon, Walmart, and more!
Walletpop.com also has a plethora of sales ads for all Black Friday enthusiasts 🙂
TheBlackFriday.com is another Black Friday-specific site that caters to showing retailer deals for your shopping spree.
And for you Mac enthusiasts, MacWorld even mentioned that Apple JUST may have some Black Friday deals on its sweet products…