Friday, November 1, 2013

Black Friday Will Never Be The Same With These Tips From Save.ca

Everyone can get stressed out during Black Friday looking for savings, so save.ca is hoping to take a new approach and rebrand this day to Mauve Friday by giving us some tips. Black Friday is an American holiday that has grown in popularity here in Canada, as retailers offer savings in-store and online to entice Canadian shoppers. 
When most of us think of Black Friday we think of early morning wake-up, long lines, aggressive shoppers, and slow websites due to the amount of traffic because everyone is looking for the best deal. But Black Friday doesn’t have to be stressful. 
Follow these simple tips from save.ca for a more mellow and tranquil experience: 
Set a budget: It can be easy to get caught up in sales, so before you head out set a budget that you’re comfortable spending to avoid buyer’s remorse. 
Research the deals before you go: Search digital flyers on trusted sites like Save.ca from the comfort of your home so you know what’s out there and where you can find the products and deals you want. 
Make a list: Develop a list before shopping to avoid an impulse purchase. 
Be savvy: To ensure you have the right item for the right price, compare the digital flyers while shopping with Save.ca’s new mobile app. 
Dress comfortably: If you’re going to be out all day, make sure to wear comfortable shoes. If you can handle a brisk, chilly walk through the parking lot without your coat, you’ll really enjoy not having to carry it with you. 
Online is in: To avoid the crowds completely, you can always try online shopping. On November 29, Save.ca will have compiled great deals and discounts for Canadians in one spot. 

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13 comments:

  1. Great tips!! Black Friday can be insane! Thank you

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  2. I have never taken part in the US or Canada. Perhaps I will be more diligent about it this year, but focus mainly on what is going on in Canada!

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  3. I love the online shopping top! Way less stressful and more convenient! ;)

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  4. I definitely prefer online shopping esp. since I have kids...do not like bringing them to crazy crowded stores. I'll be sure to check out the save.ca list on the 29th :)
    Great tips!

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  5. Great tips! I do most of my shopping online!

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  6. Great tips, thanks for sharing! (Tammy Dalley)

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  7. I would rather take it on from the comfort of my own home. I will be checking this out this year, as there seems to be more retailers participating than previous years. It used to only be electronics places like Future Shop etc. Save.ca has done a great job promoting Mauve Friday!

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  8. Thanks for the tips. I love doing my shopping online.

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  9. Thanks for the tips..I love to shop online to avoid all the rush in the mall!

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  10. I have never taken part in the US or Canada. I keep seeing more and more retailers advertising and will probably pay more attention this year. I love that Save.ca is helping with this!

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  11. I love these tips!! I always make sure to plan ahead so that we're prepared :)

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