Yes, a little ahead of us. But it's never too late to start getting ready to take advantage of offersThat this 2019 falls on November 29.
By Miami Dairio Drafting
For those who don't know, Black Friday is called the day after Thanksgiving, and is a holiday that officially starts the Christmas shopping season. Here are some tips for avoiding fake offers and knowing how to make the best use:
1. Every day is Black Friday
This basically means that every day you can buy a Bluetooth speaker for $ 10, a reconditioned Samsung Gear Fit 2 smart watch for $ 70, an HP Specter x2 laptop for less than $ 400, or a movement-controlled drone for $ 24.
Of course, Black Friday issues a much larger volume of offers, but the offer itself does not always exceed what we share in this column every day. And if they do, it's often only a few dollars. Bottom line: don't get caught up in the Black Friday madness. If there is something you want to buy and you see offered long before Black Friday, buy it.
If you miss a good offer on Black Friday, don't worry: the chances are good, you will see it again in no time.
2. Do homework
Suppose you are looking for a new TV. You've heard that Black Friday routinely brings good TV deals, and that is true. So when the big day arrives, how do you decide whether to queue outside the big shop at 4am?
Do your homework. And a good place to start is the Camelcamelcamel price history site, which shows historical ups and downs for almost all the products Amazon sells. Also see the Slickdeals Price Tracker, which provides basic price history for several dozen stores; Simply paste the product URL.
The more you know about the price history of any product, the more prepared you will be on Black Friday. Just keep in mind that the stories don't always include updated articles, which are often better offers.
3. Do not discard the reconditioned product
Black Friday is almost always about new products. It does not have to be new to the market, but in new conditions. And that tends to distract buyers from the possibility of better offers in the form of goods that are refurbished or refurbished.
Apple products are a good example. Black Friday is often the only day of the year that Apple discounts Macs, iPads and the like, although you will often see great deals from Best Buy and Walmart. But even that offer doesn't usually match what you get in a refurbished Apple product.
I am not saying that you should always choose a new one rather than a new one, just that you should not ignore reconditioned products in your search.
4. Look for ads ‘filtered 'from the store
One of the reasons why Black Friday doesn't fascinate me is because it's no longer as fun as before. In recent years, almost all stores (online and retail) have "leaked" their advertisements to Black Friday before, sometimes even weeks beforehand. For cheap hunters, this is really a good thing, because it helps you plan ahead. But that also means that on November 24th there will be no surprises.
When you are ready to learn all of the advertisements, open sites like Bfads.net and Blackfriday.com. Make sure you won't be immersed in places like "Black November" Newegg, which is nothing more than a list of daily / weekly offers. The same applies to Sam Club's one-day offer, scheduled for November 12. It is too far.
5. Don't forget the cash back application
Pssst: There are ways to save more money on Black Friday (and even Cyber Monday, and every shopping day this year). Use service refund. Service from refund They reimburse you for a percentage of the final purchase price.
BeFrugal, Dosh, Ebates, Honey, and TopCashback are some of the services that will give you more discounts in many stores but in most stores (mostly digital stores, but also work in some physical stores). Dosh, in particular, is a good choice and the Ebates mobile app is used for shopping at physical stores.
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