Black Friday 2011 Sales Started 23 Days Ahead of Actual Black Friday According to Black Friday Countdown

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Black Friday sales launched later this year compared to last. Major retailers launched early Black Friday sales on November 1, 2011. Black Friday deal hunters started already their Holiday purchase sprees.

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The Black Friday Season has started with major retailers including Amazon launching early Black Friday sales on November 1st.

The Black Friday Countdown Clock showed 23 Days left until the actual Black Friday 2011, November 25, when major retailers including Amazon launched their early Black Friday Sales events online. In 2010, Amazon and others launched the early Black Friday sales already on the last weekend in October. This year the "Black Friday Sales Season" is focused entirely on the month of November.

"Over the last years we have seen a trend of an ever expanding Black Friday. This year retailers trimming the Black Friday Sales Season by one weekend," says Luigi Lugmayr, Founder and CEO of I4U LLC.

Black Friday deal hunters are already pouring over the deals highlighted on Black Friday Countdown, a blog launched by I4U LLC earlier this year. Black Friday Countdown is home of the Black Friday Countdown Clock that put shoppers on notice about how many days are left until the climax of the Black Friday Sales Season.

The blog format allows Black Friday Countdown to cover up-to-the-minute Black Friday news, rumors, predictions, deals and of course Black Friday Ads.

Shoppers are already most interested in the Black Friday 2011 Ads and enjoy the Black Friday Ads predictions offered by Black Friday Countdown until the highly anticipated ads break cover. Some of the Black Friday 2011 Ads have actually already leaked ahead of schedule and are available online.

"We are covering Black Friday for our technology affine readers on I4U News since several years. This year we are very happy to be able to offer full Black Friday coverage on Black Friday Countdown that goes way beyond electronics and video game deals," adds Luigi Lugmayr.

For the latest on the Black Friday 2011 Sales Season visit http://www.blackfridaycountdown.net

Black Friday Countdown (http://www.blackfridaycountdown.net) is featuring Black Friday deals, predictions, rumors and ads all year long. The Black Friday Countdown blog gets shoppers ready for the crucial Black Friday sales season. Black Friday 2011 is on November 25, 2011. But actually the day after Thanksgiving just marks the climax of the Black Friday shopping season.
Black Friday Countdown is part of the I4U Network with the flagship technology news site I4U News (http://www.i4u.com).

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