Black Friday Shopping Online

In my continuing search for good deals for Christmas I have found out about www.black-friday.net. “Black Friday” is the name given to the day after Thanksgiving, the biggest shopping day of the year. Most of my female readers will be intimately familiar with this day. It is the day that you get early and head to the stores by 5am or so in search of big sales on the gifts you want for your family and friends. Thanksgiving Day, therefore, is usually spent hunting through ads and planning which stores to hit and when. Blackfriday.com on the other hand posts ads before they are released into circulation. It gives you the coupon code for these sales you and can purchase them through the merchant’s website today. The website includes all of the big name stores like Barnes and Noble, the Apple Store, Sears, and Best Buy. There are also some great Target deals. There’s a whole lot more stores featured than I can list here. And I was surprised at some of the online services that are featured there such as GoDaddy.com which is a web domain registration service. In fact it is the one where I purchased the domain for this site.

Now even if you do not find what you need right away, you can sign up for their email list and receive notification of when new ads and sales are added. I do about 90% of my holiday shopping online and so I love finding out about sites like this. I know that for many Black Friday shopping is “all a part of the Christmas season experience”, but I just can not bring myself to dare try it. I will stick to internet gift shopping and keep using sites like this one to get discounts on all the gifts I buy.

Josh H.


2 Responses to “Black Friday Shopping Online”

  1. 1 Matt
    September 23, 2007 at 9:35 am

    Let me guess….you get paid for this one? Sounds like a commercial….but interesting nonetheless!

  2. September 27, 2007 at 7:49 pm

    You guessed it. Lame, but hey, it’s $5 I didn’t have before.

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