When Do Christmas Sales Start

Pre Christmas SalesAt the Christmas Store Online, the Holidays are our passion.  We believe that it is never too early to begin shopping for Christmas.  Many of our visitors ask us “When Do Christmas Sales Start?”.  Like us, they want to get a head start on their Christmas Shopping.

The official date answer to the question “When do Christmas Sales Start?” is Black Friday, which is the Friday immediately following Thanksgiving.  As you probably know, stores have tremendous sales on the day after Thanksgiving.  Black Friday is also known as the biggest shopping day of the year.

To avoid long lines and get the best deal, we prefer Black Friday at Amazon.  When you buy Christmas Gifts Online, you receive many benefits.
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Black Friday: Where Will You Be Tomorrow?

I just learned that tomorrow is called Black Friday.

For a moment I wondered…is this like Black Tuesday?  Are they now pre-predicting catastrophic days for the stock market?

Thankfully, no.

Black Friday is that day after Thanksgiving when, apparently, everybody goes to shop.  I am not one of them because I don’t enjoy a crowded day at the mall, much less a day at the mall.

But there is one option that I just discovered:  Black Friday at Amazon.com.

Amazon.com has all the great shopping deals without all the hassle.  You can venture through the virtual mall while you are sipping coffee, hanging out with the family, and watching football.

Not a bad deal.  I like Black Friday at Amazon.com.

I also like that the stock market closes early on Black Friday…maybe I’ll have some money left over to buy all the great stuff on Amazon.com.


For those of you who check in regularly (my site has been visited by well over 100,000 of you ;) ), I apologize for my recent absence.  I have been visiting various websites to find the Best Christmas Gifts for 2008, including the iPod Nano Purple (my personal favorite) or the more simple Digital Photo Keychain.  These pursuits lead me to this newly acquired knowledge of Black Friday at Amazon.com.

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