The Problem With Thanksgiving And Black Friday Sales Ads

Posted: Oct 20 2008, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:08am CDT, in News | Black Friday 2018


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The Problem with Thanksgiving and Black Friday Sales Ads
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Thanksgiving Day is on November 27th and Black Friday is the next day on November 28th. On these days retailers will feature special sale offers to kick start the holiday shopping season. The only problem as a consumer is to get on top of the flood of Thanksgiving and Black Friday deals.
Retailers are cutting it extremely close with officially releasing the Thanksgiving flyers and sales circulars. Wal-mart informed us that Wal-Mart's Day after Thanksgiving Blitz Circular and Sunday after Thanksgiving Circular will be November 24th.
That is why the temptation on leaking sales ads before the official publishing dates is rather high.
The reasons for retailers not to publish their Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales ads earlier is the competition. No store wants to risk another store stealing their thunder with a lower offer on hot consumer electronics or other hot products.

It all will come down to a busy week starting on November 24th or maybe the weekend before. In that week you can poor over Thanksgiving and Black Friday ads to decide which store you want to camp out in front of to get some of the early bird door buster deals.
We will aim at covering most deals in the consumer electronics and toys segment with the main focus on online deals, but we will also feature the hottest Thanksgiving mall offers.
Stay tuned and bookmark our Thanksgiving and Black Friday Sales section. To prepare for what you actually want to get a great deal on, visit our Top 100 Holiday Gift Guide.

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