Savings.com Unveils Exclusive Black Friday 2010 Deals
You may have noticed the countdown to Black Friday on the home page. As one of the biggest shopping days of the year approaches, Savings.com users can look forward to thousands of coupons and deals, many of them exclusive to our site, via our Black Friday portal–as well as register to receive daily deal emails so you won’t miss out on any of the amazing Black Friday deals. This year, we’re helping customers save even more on their purchases by offering amazing deals with top merchants such as Macy’s, Old Navy, Toys R Us and Best Buy. Whether consumers are on the hunt for the hottest tech gifts from HP and Dell or looking for the most fabulous cosmetic stocking stuffers from Smashbox, Stila or Avon, you’ll find a wide selection of Black Friday coupons in a variety of holiday shopping categories. Shoppers can also take advantage of key discounts at Ghirardelli and 1800Flowers for loved ones who won’t be home for the holidays this year.
According to research by comScore, online spending is on the rise with Black Friday online purchases increasing 11% from 2008 to 2009. During the holiday shopping season in 2009, $29.1 billion was spent online. With the holiday season being as hectic enough as it is, we want to help shoppers save money with less hassle–which is why the Black Friday portal is available to get the best deals and discounts in the quickest, easiest way possible.
For shoppers having trouble finding a specific deal or deciding on the perfect gift, we recently launched Answers, the first-ever service that allows consumers to pose shopping and saving-related questions and receive high-quality answers and relevant coupons from Savings.com DealPros, our savvy living experts and bloggers offering the best tips for saving money. Plus you can get even more ideas on ways to save money from our Blog & Save, one of the top personal finance blogs on the Web.
Thanks to the Black Friday portal, you can take advantage of great Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals without having to brave the crowds.