On our website you'll see all of the Black Friday 2011 ads in one place before they are printed in the Thanksgiving Day newspaper.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin (PRWEB) November 21, 2011
For years, people have anticipated the Black Friday ads that come out in the Thanksgiving newspapers. They’d write down their shopping lists and scout out a plan of attack. Then, on Black Friday, they would stand in line waiting to be the first in the store to score the amazing doorbuster deals. For the last decade the face of this ritual has been changing because stores have continued to open earlier and earlier in hopes of attracting more consumers. Implementing tactics like this have become a requirement for retailers as online shopping has become easier and more convenient over the years. These tactics are seen in abundance this year as major retailers, like Target and Walmart, are opening at midnight, which has never been heard of before. In recent years, retailers' sale-crazy tactics have been further escalated due to the popularity and rise of online shopping.
Instead of scanning through pages and pages of ads when they are supposed to be eating turkey or watching the football game, savvy shoppers can actually enjoy quality holiday time with family. On Black Friday, rather than rushing out of the house when it’s still dark, Thanksgiving Black Friday Ads allows consumers to stay in their pajamas and just order their holiday gifts online. "There are always online deals to be found, slashed prices, and often free shipping to the closest store or directly to the home", says Stephanie Gruber, an avid Black Friday shopper for the past six years.
One example of how shoppers are getting the lowdown on the best Black Friday deals ahead of the general public can be found at http://www.thanksgivingblackfridayads.com. Scott Offord, the webmaster behind Thanksgiving Black Friday Ads explains, "On our website you'll see all of the Black Friday 2011 ads in one place before they are printed in the Thanksgiving Day newspaper." This website provides consumers additional days or even weeks to compare prices, find the best deals, and, of course to feel justified about their upcoming purchases.
Leading up to the big day, these Black Friday websites list daily deals from major websites such as Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart during the week of Black Friday. There are discounts every day of this week that could easily be missed if it wasn't for these websites. Instead of going to every major retailers' website individually and hunting for the hidden gems, frugal moms, dads, and cash-strapped youth can one-stop-shop with links directly to the online deals.
With such resources available at the click of a mouse button, it's no wonder shoppers are choosing to stay in the comfort of their own home to shop during the biggest shopping day of the year. Brick and Mortar retailers will have to try even harder next year for Black Friday 2012.