Black Friday is right around the corner. So keep that first Friday open after Thanksgiving for this will be the beginning on the most celebrated holiday of the year, Christmas. This of course is not an official holiday, but many have this time off due to the Thanksgiving holiday, which enhances the total of impending bargain hunters.Retailers start their early decorations for the Christmas season while also gearing up for black Friday deals 2010. Most of these stores will open early with the official time being 5am, while others open even earlier. So if you are one of those early shoppers, make sure those alarms are set and your running shoes are in good condition for this is the busiest time of the season.Many people have their strategies planned out from year to year. Although these stores are usually crowded, this does not provide you with the same sense of urgency as you would by shopping at the last minute days before Christmas. There will be many sales going on this day, so choose your preference as to shopping, physically or a less stressful method, online.If choosing to shop online, retailers offer many benefits to their customers. These benefits include less stress, convenience of ordering from the comfort of ones home and gift-wrapping. The stress of not having to deal with the crowds comes as a great relief to those who are physically not up to the challenge of all the hustle and bustle. Others find the service of gift-wrapping and the time saved to the post office a wonderful asset. These retailers may vary on cost, but at times well worth it if your time is limited or just physically and mentally not up to it.Another great method that some people use is to buy a few presents extra. By doing so and getting products at a great price, this can cover birthdays as well as presents for the following Christmas.So get those lists ready for Black Friday deals 2010, call relatives, grandchildren, parents, friends and anyone else you might be buying presents for, time is of the essence.
There were reports shown at news sites like Huffingtonpost and NY Daily News that some store outlets like Sears and online retail store Amazon are giving pre-Black Friday ads and flyers. People are now wondering if these claims were true or are these vendors only taking advantage of the sales event moniker for their own personal profit? Let’s find out!According to several webmasters, retail stores are really giving these “gimmicks” in terms of ads and offerings – for real. However, the discounts people see on items are not “special” ones (big slash off price tags) like those on the actual sales event.You see, America is experiencing economic downturns recently – high unemployment rate, people losing their jobs etc. The result? People are scared of spending their money on goods and services. This is not totally good for the economy since if goods and services are not bought, more and more employees will get lay off since manufacturers will not sacrifice his profit for his workers. This cycle will continue unless retail stores will come up with ads, offers and gimmicks.Even before Halloween, Sears had already revealed its Black Friday ads 2010 and doorbuster deal offering as well as Amazon, Walmart, Target and other popular shopping outlets in the country. They clearly said that these offerings will continue until the main Black Friday event. In which they will give the usual jaw-dropping low prices.So don’t despair, you can still avail of these early discounts if you are excited to go forth and spend your money. But as they say, the good stuff will come out last. So my advice is: Be patient.