Savvy Shopping for Black Friday Deals
With the holiday shopping season already under way (earlier than ever!), you may be thinking Black Friday is the time to buy that HDTV or budget laptop you’ve been eyeing. After all, the prices are so attractive. Just $ 150 for a name brand TV? Prices on bargain model laptops starting at only $ 99? The deals are pretty hard to resist.
Don’t just fixate on electronics, though. Consider purchasing items for your home, too. Sure, these purchases may not be as sexy as a sleek new phone, but there are plenty of great deals on items you’ll use year-round.
This is the time of year when you see retailers bundle sets – like washers and dryers, for example – and sell them at a discount. And the savings can be significant – up to several hundred dollars off, plus free local delivery and haul away. Special financing may also be available.
Don’t need a set? Don’t worry – individual appliance deals are impressive, too.
Oh, and if you have your heart set on that pricey, but oh-so-worth-it, Dyson vacuum cleaner, now is a good time to buy one.
Need a new blender? Coffee maker? Microwave? It’s an ideal time to purchase these types of items as well, as the deals are better than average, according to dealnews.com.
And there’s no time like the present to complete your dream kitchen. Keep an eye out for normally expensive brands which may now be affordable, once you consider the rebate.
Tools and hardware
Whether you’re in the market for a storage cabinet, mechanic’s tool set, generator, lawn and garden gadgets, or snow blower, you’ll find it available at prices that won’t break the bank.
You’ll see savings on everything from holiday collectibles to ornaments and figurines – just in time for the rapidly approaching holiday season. Whether you’re hosting relatives, entertaining guests, or just feeling festive, Black Friday is a good day to shop for tabletop essentials that can help set the mood.
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