How low will Black Friday Discounts go?
Black Friday has evolved into a sales season that is much more than just doorbuster deals on the actual Black Friday day. Retailers should take note of a new consumer survey by Accenture. CNBC highlights from the survey that consumers plan to spend not more than last year and that they expect at least 20% discounts to make a purchase. 25% of the surveyed consumers actually will not buy unless they see a 50% discount.
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Discounts are the driving factor for making consumers take a deal. Last year showed that great deals were offered by retailers already in early November. Smart consumers took advantage of these deals as some of those did not appear again on Black Friday. Additionally on Black Friday Day the best deals are hard to get as they sell out very quickly.
Like last year, we will point you to the best early Black Friday deals as soon as they appear.
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Black Friday 2010 Deals will be here sooner than you think. Get your research done now to score the best deals on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets as soon as they become available. For the hottest Black Friday deals and complete coverage of the biggest sales event of the year visit our Black Friday 2010 Hub.