Since 1952, Black Friday has been the beginning of the Holiday shopping season. Black Friday falls the day after Thanksgiving and has become a shopping tradition for all.
When you think of the term “Black Friday”, many Americans think of crowds, long lines and stress. A lot of retailers are starting Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving, the Wednesday before and the Monday after. Retailers even resorted to having sales on Monday dubbing it as “Cyber Monday.”
Shopping Malls have crowds of people waiting in lines for the stores to open. They then run into stores looking for their items. This has been going on for years…is the stress worth it?
Stores have been sending e-mails earlier this week for “Pre-Black Friday” sales. These sales and deals give the consumer the impression that coming to the store on Black Friday is unnecessary.
Shopping Online, is stress-free and hassle-free. You can literally shop in your pajamas and keep track of your purchases. No one can take things from your cart, step on your toes or push you in line. It is easy as 1,2 3!
Ditch the alarm clock and cold morning waiting in line, avoid the hassle and shop online for the Black Friday sales. Keep track of your e-mails, you’ll never know what online deal you will find. Happy Holidays and Happy Shopping!
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