November 23, 2009

Recession Means $682.74 On Holiday-Related Shopping vs. $705.01?

Bargain hunting shoppers, listen up! Stores are starting their big Black Friday sales early this year, in response to reports that Recession Means $682.74 On Holiday-Related Shopping vs. $705.01 last year.

Best Buy is starting some big sales early, including great prices on new flat screen TVs and HDTVs. Sears is offering great holiday prices if you hit the store before noon, and many other top stores have doorbuster sales coming on kitchen appliances, Plasma TVs and Blu Ray recorders. So get those credit cards out and help us save this economy! Yes we can!

$682.74 On Holiday-Related Shopping vs. $705.01?

It's looking a little like Black Friday, even though the unofficial holiday for bargain hunting is still a week away. Stores with Black Friday sales trying to grab a piece of the shrinking holiday shopping budget. Consumers are expected to spend $682.74 on holiday-related shopping this year, down from $705.01 last year...

$682.74 On Holiday-Related Shopping vs. $705.01?

Posted at November 23, 2009 4:47 AM

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