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Black Friday Sale 2016: Walmart and Amazon give shoppers’ reason to drop till they shop

By Peter Erick Magbanua@dakelsmb on
Walmart and Amazon give shoppers’ reason to drop till they shop
Black Friday Sale give shoppers big deals from leading products both in Walmart and Amazon offering the reason to drop till they shop.

It’s that time of the year known as Black Friday Sale when shoppers get big deals from leading brands. This year’s Black Friday Sale brings shoppers to Walmart and Amazon offering the reason to drop till they shop.

According to Barrons.com, Walmart announced that it will be open 24-hours starting from 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving day. This means more time to shop to get the best deals on various products on sale. Walmart’s approach this year includes opening their sale online for shoppers’ convenience as contrary to having people in their stores.

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I4u.com reported that Walmart’s Black Friday Sale opened three hours earlier than last year. This resulted in the fast sale of Nintendo’s 3Ds pegged at $99 that is already sold out. Walmart advised shoppers, both online and those going to their stores, to shop early to avoid frustrations in the end.

A wide variety of products that goes on sale in all Walmart stores could be browsed at www.walmart.com. Customers should take advantage of online shopping instead of taking the hazardous way of beating the sale event physically. Among the gadgets that go on sale include television sets, cellular phones, and all delightful items for all ages.

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Meanwhile, Amazon does not log behind as they also offer a wide-variety of products on sale. Like Walmart, Amazon has also gone sold out with its Nintendo’s 3D products. But there’s a good chance that both will restock until the end of the month.

Aside from gadgets, Amazon also went on sale with toys for kids and best buys for the kids in heart. Amazon leads the charge in online shopping with Walmart and Target not far behind, giving a run for shoppers’ money.

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