Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals may focus on electronic products this year

Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals may focus on electronic products this year

Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals may focus on electronic products this year

Black Friday deals seem to be everywhere. Weeks before November 27, almost every retailer of substance is offering mouth watering and irresistible deals and the shopping season will not stop before the end of December.

While the deals will start becoming bigger as Thanksgiving approaches, you will continue to get many more offers till towards the end. Many retailers will discontinue the sale on 22nd December and then you will have to wait till November next year to get meaningful deals.

Nonetheless the biggest offers are the ones that are still called doorbusters and you will have to be on your toes, in long queues to actually benefit from those mouth-watering offers. In the meantime big retailers have launched their deals for the season. While the best offers can be saved for Black Friday or Thanksgiving, what they are offering as the part of bargain even now looks very enticing.

ps41Reports suggest that shoppers are prepared to spend more than what they spent last year or earlier. This is no doubt the sign of improving economic scenario. A report in Concord Monitor says that while shoppers plan on spending more for Christmas presents, shoppers also say they are willing to spend 12.5 percent more overall. While talking about it Rod Sides, Deloitte’s vice chairman says, “As folks feel better about their personal economic situation, they feel they can do a little more…More on entertaining, more on reconnecting.”

This year retailers’ revenue will also grow accordingly. It will grow by as much as 3.7 percent in November and December compared to last year. “What we’re incorporating is some tailwind from lower gas prices, pretty good sentiment when it comes to the labor market, and perhaps a little bit better market outlook than a month ago,” said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist for JP Morgan Chase.

Walmart will offer PlayStation 4 bundle for $299 ahead of the Black Friday deals. A report says, “Currently, on Walmart, PS4 bundle deals are hovering around that price point for the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and the Star Wars: Battlefront bundle. Based upon history, it is predicted that some of Walmart’s PlayStation 4 deals will drop down to $299, although some retailers may give an extra $50 with a gift card, dropping the net price to around $250”.

This is not the only thing. The company is already offering iPad Mini 2 for as little as $199. Since the 16GB iPad Wi-Fi model still costs $269 at the Apple Store, that amounts to a $70 discount. The party has just begun.

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