Thanksgiving Day Black Friday and Cyber Monday Triple Sale and Fun!

Happy Thanksgiving Day, everyone! And the next day to the Thanksgiving Day, it’s the more exciting Black Friday, and the excitement remains even two days after the Black Friday, you are right, we are talking about the Cyber Monday!

I have written a blog previously about some background info(different Thanksgiving Day dates) of Thanksgiving Day, and you can read it here. This is the day you can express your gratefulness to someone that matter to you, with a special Thanksgiving gift that presented by the numerous Thanksgiving giveaways, sales and offers.

If you are looking for the perfect Thanksgiving gifts, look no further than the Top 10 Thanksgiving digital gift ideas below:

1. Tablets 2. MP3 Players
3. Video Game Consoles 4. Digital Cameras
5. Digital Photo Frames 6. E-readers
7. Laptops 8. TVs
9. Portable GPS 10. Portable DVD Players

To make this list better and complete, a Thanksgiving Giveaway item of free DVD4Web Converter will definitely do! It is a great help to convert all your Thanksgiving DVD files to the web-friendly format for easy sharing on the internet.

Black Friday comes the second day of Thanksgiving Day and usually it is the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.

The day’s name originated in Philadelphia, where it originally was used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic which would occur on the day after Thanksgiving. Later an alternative explanation began to be offered: that “Black Friday” indicates the point at which retailers begin to turn a profit, or are “in the black”.

So since Black Friday is made for shopping, here are some shopping tips and strategies that can save you a lot of money instantly.

1. Make up your Christmas list.

2. Scan for those items.

3. Compare prices.

4. Look for coupons or direct discounts. This is ask you to subscribe the vendor’s newsletters or visit their websites frequently during the holiday seasons. Usually they will send you coupons via the registered email or allow you to purchase directly with 20%-40% off discount, or even higher discount. Here is a real high-discount example for Black Friday sale.

5. Know store price-matching and return policies.

6. Hit the Web first. Check early and often for deals.

7. Get some money back.

8. You might want to wait.

The end sale of this shopping festival should be the Cyber Monday, a marketing term for the Monday immediately following Black Friday, created by companies to persuade people to shop as much as they can online.

I’m pretty sure a lot of shopaholics almost gone broke after the previous Thanksgiving and Black Monday blockbuster sales. Well, let’s slow down, take a break, do some window shoppings and grab some freebies instead. The free stuff and free resources provided may be interesting and useful some time. Like the free Thanksgiving-themed templates for PowerPoint from this software vendor.

Again, happy festival and happy shopping as well, everyone!

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