I am quite sure that many of us are already gearing up for Black Friday this year, as many retailers are kicking off their Black Friday deals this November 24th at 6 p.m. onward. After all, it is one of the rare times throughout the year where you will be able to enjoy relatively decent bargains on items that you might want. Amazon themselves are an exceptional electronic retailer, and have changed the fulfilment landscape to boot. This time around, it seems that Amazon wants Black Friday not only to be just a few days going all the way through to Cyber Monday, as they might be looking at an entire month of sales.
Yes sir, you read that right -- a whole month of sales. Amazon started their 35 straight days of Black Friday deals from this week onward, allowing bargain hunters to obtain some of the stuff that they would like to have without having to break the bank -- at these deals will be long running, meaning they are around for a decent amount of time before Thanksgiving, going all the way after it. It seems that Amazon is working on releasing a new deal up to every five minutes, all the way until December 22nd. That would be three days before Christmas, and it ought to help you heave a sigh of relief knowing that there would still be opportunities to enjoy discounts on last minute purchases then to save your bacon.
It is touted that some of the best deals available from Amazon will happen during the “Turkey Five” period, which happens to be the five days that fall between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday. You can be sure that a huge range of this will be diversified, where some of them will end up as toys, while electronics ought to see a fair amount of action, not to mention opportunities to enhance your fashion wardrobe on the cheap.
You will be able to check out the full list of Black Friday deals from Amazon over here. Feel free to play around with the settings as well as parameters, ranging from price to the percentage of discount. With millions of items available on Amazon, you would surely have plenty of choices to pick from, and the fact that customer reviews are there to help will go to some great lengths in making sure that you would be able to have an inkling of an idea on what you would be getting right before clicking on the "Purchase" button.
Alternatively, you can also keep a keen eye out on Amazon's Cyber Monday deals through this particular page. Some of the other methods to keep tabs on the latest deals made available to the masses would be to being a regular on Today's Deals, where you can then keep track of the Deal of the Day and today's Lightning Deals. Alternatively, how about signing up for deals through daily emails, ensuring that you know what's tomorrow's Deal of the Day? Other methods include following social media accounts like Facebook in order to glean the most recent -- and more importantly, official piece of information.