Retailers prepare for Black Friday 2010

November 15th, 2010 - 10:15 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

New York, Nov 15 (THAINDIAN NEWS) With consumers fast becoming price conscious, some mega shops in the United States are trying to keep their cards tightly on their chest when it comes to revealing the price offers that they have for their customers during the upcoming Black Friday.

Wal-Mart leads the pack of retailer shops that prefer not to reveal their ads for the upcoming Black Friday. The company went as far as issue a legal warning for any website not to display the company’s offer for the upcoming holiday. It means the company has taken a cue from what happened to them last week when Best Buy managed to beat the company’s price for 32’’ LCT TV.

The company announced that they will not reveal their Black Friday Deals and Sales ad until the 21st of November. When that happens, the company hopes to avoid such a smart move from other retailing shops. It is great that the price war is continuing and it is hoped that during the Christmas festivities, these shops will come up with more deals to ensure that consumers get to save some money. In these financial difficult times, any type of saving is most welcomed.

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