Black Friday 2009 sales are less than a week away. Retailers are gearing up for the 2009 Black Friday sales by offering rock-bottom prices on some of their most popular merchandise. Shoppers are gearing up by cruising online ads looking for the best deals to be had. This Black Friday is more important to both retailers and consumers than ever before. Consumer spending has been pathetic over the past year, thanks to increasing unemployment and uncertainty of the country’s financial future. Consumers still want to make the 2009 Christmas season a good Christmas, and retailers need to pad their bottom lines.
Black Friday 2009 sales at Best Buy include deals on appliances, TVs, computers, netbooks, laptops, digital cameras, digital camcorders, and many more items. They have a $999 MacBook deal that comes with a $150 Best Buy gift card. They also have a $179.99 Compaq netbook that will make the student in your life very happy. There are amazing TV deals, and Best Buy has made sure that they have comparable deals to rival Walmart. Shopping the Best Buy Black Friday 2009 sales will be worth the trip.
Black Friday 2009 sales at Walmart are the most popular of the entire season. From the $598 50″ TV to the $3 children’s and infants sleepwear, there’s something for everyone at this sale. Walmart has discounted toys, apparel, holiday decorating items, home décor, hardware, tools, and much, much more. Shopping the Walmart Black Friday 2009 sales is probably the first stop for many budget-conscious consumers.
Black Friday 2009 Sales at Target are also very good. There are $3 Chefmate appliances (toaster, coffee maker, sandwich maker, slow cooker), discounted tools, deals on digital cameras, gaming consoles, DVDs, video games, marked down apparel and shoes, and much, much more. Parents will find plenty of affordable toys, clothes, and accessories for their child. Those that need to decorate their home for the holidays will find great deals on many holiday decorating items.
Toys R Us took the Black Friday 2009 sales to another level by integrating social networking in to their plans. Toys R Us is releasing deals not included in their leaked circular to a list of individuals that sent in an RSVP on a FaceBook app. In addition, shoppers can shop the Toys R Us inventory wherever they are using an iPhone or BlackBerry application. Toys R Us is raging the war against Walmart using exclusive offerings, unique services, and a great shopping experience.
The 2009 Black Friday sales can’t be beat. There are plenty of deals to be had this year. Heading out on Black Friday will be worth the trip.