All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Black Friday’

Amazon Is Starting Black Friday Deals On November 1

Amazon announced that it’s officially starting its holiday shopping madness on November 1, with its countdown to Black Friday Deals Week, which will involve over 15,000 “Lightning Deals” and early access to them for Prime members. Amazon will offer deals every day. “Starting in November, millions of holiday shoppers come to Amazon hunting for the best deals and that one …

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Black Friday Early Planning Tips

Black Friday is a time to get the best deals and for many people, it is the start of the holiday shopping season. While the 2014 Black Friday shopping event is likely to be a good one this year, if you don’t have a plan you might not be able to get the deals, as many of the best items …

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Amazon Seller Holiday Deals Program Goes Global

Last year, Amazon gave Marketplace sellers a chance to have their products appear on high-traffic holiday deal pages on Amazon.com throughout the holiday season. This year, the company is opening up such opportunities to more sellers around the world. Deals from sellers will be featured on holiday deal pages like the Amazon Today’s Deals page, the Black Friday Store, the …

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Black Friday 2013 Tech Revenue Up 10% Over 2012

Christmas is almost here and retailers now have a good idea of how this year’s holiday spending is shaping up. Though consumers spent less on average this year than the last, longer store hours on Thanksgiving Day and popular electronic items drove up tech revenue during this year’s biggest shopping weekend. Market research firm NPD today released its weekly report …

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Teen Pays $735 For A Photo Of An Xbox One On eBay

For only £450 ($735), Peter Clatworthy, a 19-year-old student of Bilborough, Nottingham, United Kingdom, thought he was going to get an Xbox One. He didn’t. Instead, Clatworthy ended up paying the hefty price on eBay for a picture of the new video game console. The console was intended to be a surprise Christmas gift for his four-year old son, McKenzie, …

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Kindle Fire HDX Was Best Selling Item On Amazon Over The Black Friday Weekend

For the past few years, the Kindle line of eReaders and tablets have been the best selling electronic devices on Amazon during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If you thought that was going to change this year, think again. Amazon announced today that the Kindle family had its best holiday weekend ever thanks a number of sales across Black Friday …

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Black Friday Spending Down From Last Year

The Black Friday shopping weekend is almost over and shoppers are now taking a break from standing in lines to check the “Cyber Monday” deals online retailers are offering today. With stores opening earlier than ever on Thanksgiving Day this year, retailers were expecting record sales. The National Retail Federation (NRF) today released its estimates for this weekend’s U.S. sales. …

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Online Tech Sales Broke Records This Black Friday

The holiday shopping season has officially begun, and consumers flocked to stores this weekend to take advantage of big Black Friday deals. Though many Americans still stood in line on Thanksgiving Day, more of them than ever are now doing their big holiday shopping from the comfort of their sofas. The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) this weekend revealed that more …

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Black Friday Was First Billion Dollar Desktop Shopping Day Of The Year

U.S. desktop ecommerce holiday spending was already up 14% year-over-year by for the first 24 days, ahead of Black Friday. Black Friday itself, comScore reports, was the first billion dollar online shopping day of the holiday season with $1.198 billion in desktop ecommerce in the U.S. According to the firm, as of December 1st, holiday online shopping in the country …

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Kohl’s Shooting on Thanksgiving, Suspects Charged

Two men have been charged in a shooting that occurred Thursday at Kohl’s located in Romeoville, IL. Employees reported the alleged shoplifters just after 10 p.m. Thanksgiving night. Once the patrol car pulled up to the entrance of the store, one suspect bolted into his waiting car and closed the door on the pursuing officers arm, and proceeded to drive. …

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Cyber Monday Ads Could Lead Shoppers to Thieves

You’ve seen them everywhere on the internet. Cyber Monday Ads telling consumers where to shop and how much they are going to save. But there’s not always a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Hackers, scammers and thieves are just as excited for Cyber Monday as you are. So, you’ve waited patiently because you knew Cyber Monday …

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Black Friday 2013: How Bad Did It Get?

Black Friday 2013 has come and gone and so have the deals. As always, Black Friday was an eventful day in many parts of the country. Every year there seems to be more and more fights, injuries and sometimes even deaths. Even though many stores have changed their deal times and tried to make shopping safe for all of their …

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