Introducing the Black Friday Amazon Sale. With 2011 looking like one of the toughest many retailers have ever faced, don’t be surprised if other top retailers follow suit and start slashing prices, for week long sales that could help you save hundreds on Christmas – and throughout the year.
Typically you’ll find a Black Friday Amazon sale at the end of November, ahead of the run up to Christmas, and during seasonal holidays right across the year.
Because this year, many of the UK’s largest High Street names look set to kick-start the seasonal shopping frenzy with special promotions and heavily discounted prices on top name brands, in an effort to get us all in the buying mood, ahead of what could be one of the bleakest Christmas holidays many British families (and businesses) have ever faced.
The 2011 Black Friday Amazon Sale has started
A whole week early, and bargains are sure to sell out fast, if last year is anything to go by. 2010 was effectively the first year that Black Friday UK was recognised by shops and online stores in Britain.
And nobody was expecting the public to pay much attention to be honest. But the event gets so much publicity in America, that plenty of Brits began searching for something similar online, and were pleasantly surprised to find deep discounts, especially at stores which operate in both Britain and the US.
The Black Friday Amazon Sale, for example, saw deep discounts on hundreds of best selling items, while clothes store The Gap also began Christmas early with a sale, both instore and online.
This year, the will actually get started almost a week ahead of the big day, with the largest online retailer in the world planning to continue its practice of launching it’s sale across all departments on Monday the 21st November.
That’s the Black Friday Amazon sale, so put it in your diary
Last year Amazon’s UK website was inundated with people searching for a bargain. Even though the very best deals were tucked away, thousands of people hit the jackpot, with the best deals (and we’re talking about everything from £99 flat screen TVs to Take That DVDs for a quid) selling out within hours.
But far more bargain hunters were left with nothing, simply because they didn’t know how to find the best deals.
Which is where Black Friday UK can help. Because we post direct links to the exact pages where the best deals are, as soon as they go live!
So while you may still be dreaming of your summer hols, the truth is, that we have barely a couple of months to get ready. And that means, just like Santa, you should be thinking about a list and then checking it twice.
Early indications suggest that more big names will be joining in the fun, and presenting a few very tasty seasonal deals, in an effort to generate some festive excitement (and sales). For smart shoppers, the event and let’s call it an event because that’s what Black Friday UK is becoming offers a gold plated opportunity to save a bundle and bag your entire Christmas present shopping before most punters have even started looking.
Over the next few weeks we’ve got plenty of things coming up on the site to help, so be sure to bookmark us and come back again soon.For a start, we’ll be presenting our choice of the Black Friday Amazon Sale bargains as they appear. In many cases we’ll have exclusive links to the best deals, which will put you at the front of the queue when they go live.
And we now have the technology in place to root out the cheapest daily deals on all kinds of things over at Amazon.co.uk, including huge savings of up to 90% on flat screen TVs, laptops, palmtops, iPhones, iPads and all manner of household goods.
And remember, just like a puppy, Black Friday isn’t only about Christmas. You can now find huge savings from top online retailers all year round on the site, so stay tuned for the new year and make us your first port of call every time you go shopping online.So here’s set for a great low-price Christmas and a bargain-full new year.PS. Don’t forget, the begins on the 21st of November this year, a full 4 days before the rest join in.
Every Day is a Black Friday Amazon Sale Day. Just look at these prices