Thanksgiving is now over, which means Christmas has just begun. It is now a tradition for the Christmas season to start about a month before the actual Christmas day. The day that officially kicks off the Christmas tradition is the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday. To help needy Black Friday shoppers, a website can let them in on great deal without having to go to the stores themselves. Today, blackfridayinfo.com is having its own biggest shopping day of the year.
Blackfridayinfo.com is a website that is an encyclopedia for all the Black Friday ads and special sales out there. The site informs everyone of the special products and sales that you can buy online, without facing the Black Friday rush in person.
Over 100 of the largest superstores in the country are posting prices on their websites for the first time, which blackfridayinfo.com is reporting. No one can buy anything directly on blackfridayinfo.com, but it gives them a guide to what they can buy on the store’s web sites.
Blackfridayinfo.com has several main categories. There are whole categories devoted to online sales on Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, Circuit City and other Black Friday stores. Ads posted are divided into listings by store, by item category, and by what is available online.
There are also sections for hot deals, coupons and shopping tools, all provided by the website keepcash.com.
The prices for each item are into separate categories as well on blackfridayinfo.com. It notes any mark down in prices, which stores like Walmart didn’t want to have leaked on the Internet before.
Prices for post-Thanksgiving, Black Friday items are always kept secret until newspapers display them on Thanksgiving. But things are a little different this year.
Now, with the economy slipping and retail sales widely expected to be down this Christmas season, the mega stores will take any leaks they can get. Blackfridayinfo.com helps inform the customer of prices and bargains at an earlier, more convenient time.
The website has already helped shoppers learn about discounts for flat screen TVs, GPS trackers, and Guitar Hero games.
Black Friday officially kicks off early this morning, with some retailers having started the rush at midnight or 5 a.m. By then, blackfridayinfo.com may have helped some shoppers figure out what deals they want to take advantage of, and what products they can afford to buy.
Black Friday Info- www.blackfriday.info/
Texas Cable News- “Shoppers go online for holiday sale prices” www.txcn.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/localnews/tv/stories/wfaa081126_wz_blackfriday.3e1480c.html