With six fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas this…
(Profitable.com) The holiday shopping season has been quietly sneaking up on consumers. In just a few days the largest shopping day on the planet will be here, Black Friday.
The day after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest shopping day for would be consumers that are looking for outrageous deals and savings. These groups of shoppers are the hardcore shoppers that will camp out on a cold frigid night just to get the best deals possible. This season things will be a little different.
E-commerce is expected to see a huge boost in sales as 58% of shoppers are planning on shopping online. Sleeping on a cold sidewalk is not necessary in order to save loads of cash. Online retail giant Amazon.com is luring shoppers to their website with their annual Countdown to Black Friday deals and savings. Shoppers can start getting deals now, and they just get better with every passing day.
With Amazon’s Countdown to Black Friday, shoppers will find that great deals don’t just happen every day, they happen every few minutes. That is the good news. The bad news is that some of the insane deals are in limited quantity. Not only will they sell out once a certain limit has been reached, but these deals are also timed. Once the timer counts down to zero, that particular deal is no longer valid. Shoppers must get these deals while they last.
This is no different than traditional brick and mortar stores where all sales items have extremely limited availability. The advantage for holiday shoppers is the simple fact that they can shop from anywhere. There are no lines to wait in, no riots or fights over products, and some of the best deals can be found while shoppers are still in their pajamas. Smart shoppers will take advantage of Amazon’s Countdown to Black Friday this holiday season.