NEW YORK, Nov. 23, 2010 — LeakedBlackFridayDeals.com will
serve eager, deal-seeking shoppers this year as a roadmap
for the best Black Friday deals. This website gets wind of
Black Friday deals before the general public, so rather than
being uninformed and not being sure of the deals that await
you, consumers can now get the scoop ahead of time.
“Black Friday is always such a crapshoot and customers are
always left in the dark. LeakedBlackFridayDeals.com is here
to change that. We’re here to inform consumers on what deals
they can find and where,” says LeakedBlackFridayDeals.com
President Nick Kamau. “We are covering everything from small
business leaked deals to as-seen-on-TV deals – we are not
leaving anyone behind; we even have Snuggie deals on there.”
Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year. Last
year, in a down economy, sales on Black Friday in
brick-and-mortar stores, according to Reuters, were $10.66
billion and online Black Friday sales, according to
ComScore, were $595 million. With the economy in somewhat of
a recovery mode, numbers are expected to rise this Black
Friday. This year Black Friday falls on November 26th.
LeakedBlackFridayDeals.com provides visitors the information
to find the best Black Friday deals weeks before the Black
Friday shopping holiday. Deals can be found by item, such as
HDTVs, by retail store such as Amazon, or by company such as
Apple. There is also a section where visitors can submit
deals in the rare instance that they are aware of a deal
that the site is not covering.
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