Black Friday 2016 Tips and Tricks: How to Get the Best Deals And Discounts

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Black Friday TipsBlack Friday is known as the day with the most sold products in the entire year. Big retailers such as Walmart, Amazon or Best Buy are going to cut the prices of most of their products, and the customers can’t wait to purchase what they want the most. We will show you some great tips to get what you want from the consumer event.

The analysts predict that this year, on Black Friday, buyers will spend more money than ever, because the customers are expecting some great deals from the retailers.

Analyze The Specs Before You Buy It

First of all, you should be careful with the “derivative” deals. Tech companies release these “derivative” devices that are very similar to the flagship products but are created with cheaper components. At a first look you may not see a difference, but regarding performance, there will be one. Make sure you check the specs before you’re buying the product. These “derivative” items are usually the ones with big price cuts, so you’ll have to be careful.

Create Online Accounts

Another great tip is to create some online accounts on your favorite retailers’ websites before Black Friday. Having an account on the retailer’s website can be a huge advantage for the customers. You can also sign up for the newsletter to see their latest offers ahead of other customers.

Bookmark The Important Retailer Sites

Bookmarking is an option that lets you save your favorite website pages on your browser. If you bookmark the pages with offers, it’ll be easier for you to compare the prices, reading device’s specs or checking the newsletter. Organization is the key.

Be Careful Where You’re Shopping

Not all the websites are legitimate, so you have to make sure where you’re purchasing the products. It can be very easy to be attracted by an impressive headline deal, but you have to check the offer first to make sure you’re not on a scam website. To check if the website is not a scam you should take a look at the web address and if the links start with “https” instead of “HTTP” it means that the website has a certificate and it’s safe for the customers. Scammers often create a website which is very similar to a popular one. Also, try to avoid clicking the links that are sent via email because they may contain a virus.

Keep An Eye On Social Media

Make sure you follow all your favorite brands on Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter or Instagram to be in touch with the latest discounts and promotions. Also, as we mentioned above with being careful where you’re shopping, you should also make sure that the accounts you’re following are legitimate. To see that, simply take a look at the name of the account and if next to the name there’s a blue thick then you don’t have to worry, it means that the account is not a scam.

The Black Friday event is set to take place on November 25, and you should prepare for it because you won’t get a better chance anytime soon if you want to purchase the products that you want the most.

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