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Who has the best deals and what’s worth waiting until Cyber Monday for? We went right to the source: BradsDeals.com‘s Rebecca Lehmann to find out.
Christmas is this Sunday, but according to Brad Wilson of Bradsdeals.com, you’re not out of luck as far as online shopping… yet.
Wilson and his team aggregated a list of shipping deadlines at Bradsdeals.com.
It is the biggest shopping day of the year, once again, Bradsdeals.com is all over Black Friday 2011, from leaked circular ads to smartphone applications. Founder Brad Wilson checked in to “The Ralphie Radio Show” for his annual Black Friday preview.
Wilson noted that for people looking for the most deals, staying home and taking advantage of online deals is your best bet this year.
Brad Wilson, founder of BradsDeals.com, previewed the bigger sales and larger trends for this year’s Black Friday deals.
Wilson founded BlackFriday2010.com, and said that the “Black Friday” brand has grown over the past couple of years with the declining economy and people more conscious of saving money.
Brad Wilson, founder of BradsDeals.com, estimates that between four to six million consumers will partake in Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping this year.
Wilson just launched BlackFriday2010.com, and said that because of the growing “Black Friday” brand, retailers are looking to capitalize more than ever on the biggest shopping day of the year.
Let me share a few secrets with you…
http://www.blackfriday.info – All the Black Friday doorbuster ads you can handle, ads typed up and broken down by category, plus actual ad scans…
http://www.slickdeals.net – Daily visit.
http://www.ejunkie.com – Buy online coupons.
http://www.bradsdeals.com – Brad Wilson does a great job with this, another daily visit – Brad joins the show Wednesday evening.
Happy shopping 🙂
of course tonight is “do you tuesday” – with the question, “DO YOU have more christmas shopping to do?”
if the answer is yes, don’t fret, it can still be completed on-line. brad wilson from bradsdeals.com just sent me this e-mail…
“We are aggregating the Christmas shipping deadlines for all the online stores. A few, including the cataloger Brookstone and the popular shoe store Zappos, will actually let you order on Sunday 12/23 for overnight delivery Monday 12/24. I’ve never heard of Sunday shipping until this year. Many more (Amazon, Nordstrom.com, Blue Nile, HP, Pottery Barn) will accept orders on Saturday 12/22 for delivery on Monday 12/24. Here is a link to the sortable list we have put together:
Thought this might be interesting since most people aren’t aware of how late they can shop online (and take advantage of the inherent advantages of doing so – lower prices, coupon codes, no sales tax, warmth).”