Amazon Free Shipping In Time For Christmas Extended To Sunday

Posted: Dec 17 2010, 5:35am CST | by , Updated: Dec 17 2010, 5:42am CST, in News | Holiday Gift Guide


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Amazon has extended the free shipping offer in time for Christmas until Sunday Dec. 19. Before the cutoff for free shipping in time for Christmas was today. Now you can shop the whole weekend and still get free shipping for your gifts. I assume that Amazon reacts with the extension to the huge Holiday weekend sales Walmart and Best Buy have announced for this weekend.

The Christmas Ordering cutoff for standard shipping is still set for Monday. The full Christmas Ordering Cutoffs schedule can be found here.

As last resort there is always the Amazon Gift Card via email, but you still can benefit from your slacking. Today and tomorrow start several big Holiday Sale events with better than Black Friday deals. Walmart will for instance offer a PS3 with bonus $100 Gift Card and the Wii with $75 Gift Card starting Friday 9pm in-stores. Expect Amazon to throughout similar deals tomorrow and the weekend.

I4U News brings you daily Holiday shopping tips on new releases, pre-orders, hot deals, sales events and unique gadgets. Find the best holiday gift ideas and holiday deals in our Holiday Gift Guide 2010.

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