I’d much rather spend 15 minutes on my laptop quickly snagging some online deals and then move on to participate in the next round of Monopoly with my kids.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 23, 2012
With virtually everything on sale, from Macbooks, Airbooks, iPads and iPods, Black Friday deals at MacMall.com are expected to attract a large amount of internet traffic. Today, CouponBuzz.com is displaying links to all of the MacMall.com Black Friday deals via their webpage dedicated to MacMall.com, and in their unique Black Friday section that aggregates all Black Friday offers. This year, the impressive online Black Friday discounts from merchants eager to get their slice of the retail pie still continue to provide a welcome alternative to shoppers who rather just avoid the hoopla at a local store.
All signs would indicate that retailers don’t expect sales this year to be that much higher, despite reports of an economy on the rise. Not only are they continuing last year’s trends to lure shoppers into Black Friday sales by opening store doors at midnight Thanksgiving Day, they are advancing the hours even further. In 2012 stores are launching Black Friday sales as early as 8 PM Thanksgiving Day. To some, the trend is an unwelcome encroachment on what they view to be a family-centered holiday revolving around a pie-laden table and serial football games enjoyed from a recliner.
“If I’m going to spend any time shopping on Thanksgiving, it’s not going to be driving to a retail store and fighting a crowd,” stated Justin Bowen, founder of CouponBuzz.com. “I’d much rather spend 15 minutes on my laptop quickly snagging some online deals and then move on to participate in the next round of Monopoly with my kids. Or even do the dishes. I can pretty much guarantee that nothing I could purchase in a store Thanksgiving evening will make my wife happier than me taking my turn at the dishes.”
The question that arises is whether or not online deals can realistically be ‘snagged’ in just fifteen minutes. Justin thinks they can. Perhaps this is because as CEO of a successful online coupon website, CouponBuzz.com, he and his team have created a webpage dedicated to displaying all of the Black Friday deals, including those from MacMall.com, in one location. The CouponBuzz.com Black Friday section is intended to streamline the consumer’s shopping experience, making it fast and simple to score some of the best deals available online. However, shoppers who know they want some kind of an Apple product can make it even simpler for themselves by going directly to CouponBuzz.com’s dedicated webpage for MacMall.com coupons, located here http://couponbuzz.com/macmall-coupons.html.