Black Friday 2018 Is Coming: Find Out What You Should Prepare
Halloween is over, and now, the Black Friday 2018 is coming and already set for November 23. Many retailers have been announcing their sales while others have started expanding the scope of their discounts. This commercial holiday is the best time of this year to do your online shopping.
According to PCMag, Black Friday has become Black November. Retailers like Amazon often begin their deals early on. These deals recently started on Thanksgiving Day. The stores open around 6 o’clock in the afternoon on Thursday, close up a few hours, and then open up again early Friday morning. You can check out the website BestBlackFriday.com for the list of stores that will remain closed on Thanksgiving Day. However, online deals are available 24 hours.
The first thing you need to prepare is your accounts and payment information in your favorite sites. You should check which deals is your priority because there are some limited stocks. Make sure your payment information is up to date to prevent from hassle.
An expired card can cause you problems in your shopping experience. It is best your credit card is ready to go. You can already avail the biggest draws usually done early in the morning like doorbusters and rotating Lightning Deals.
Voice purchases using the Alexa-enabled device Amazon Echo can be helpful for you if something you really want pops up in the notifications. Loyalty programs or paid memberships from your favorite online retailers can provide you with access to the best deals during Black Friday.
There are some deals that offer you to try out for free. You can also avail the rewards programs for purchasing games from Best Buy, Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft. Unfortunately, smartphones are not typically discounted on Black Friday. However, gift cards like $25 or $150 for Apple.com purchases are offered like what the tech giant Apple did last year.
Are you ready for Black Friday 2018? What are your preparations for the upcoming event? Let us know by writing in the comment section below.