As the countdown to Black Friday ticks away, the online shopping sphere is buzzing with tempting Apple discounts. If you've been eyeing that sleek pair of AirPods, contemplating an upgrade to the latest iPad, or yearning for the powerful MacBook Pro, the time is ripe to dive into the digital shopping extravaganza.
For bargain hunters in pursuit of Black Friday iPad deals, the spotlight falls on the ninth-generation Apple iPad. This particular gem, featuring a 64GB Wi-Fi model, has descended to an unprecedented price of $230 on Amazon. Thanks to the retailer's generous 30% discount, you're saving a whopping $99 from the original $329 price tag. A word to the wise – act swiftly. Given that this model belongs to the previous generation, stocks might be dwindling rapidly. Don't let this budget-friendly tablet slip through your fingers; complete the transaction at the earliest opportunity.
Known as the iPad 10.2 due to its impressive Retina display size, the ninth-generation Apple iPad, despite its 2021 release, continues to secure a spot on our list of the best iPads for those on a budget. Powered by the A13 Bionic chip, it holds its own against contemporary standards, especially with the option to upgrade to the latest iPadOS 17, Apple's cutting-edge operating system designed for its tablets.
Black Friday receives a great deal of press as the busiest shopping day of the year, but as consumers are increasingly turning to online retail stores to fill their holiday wish lists, Cyber Monday is rapidly becoming a significant presence in retail sales. Online sales for Cyber Monday in 2011 broke the $1 billion dollar record for the second year in a row, showing a 22% increase in sales from the time of its inception.
Cyber Monday was originally coined in 2005 by Shop.org, the digital division of The National Retail Federation, which is the world’s largest association of retail traders. The association includes many different kinds of retailers, from department stores to chain restaurants and grocers that all offer a variety of savings from discounts to coupons through the Shop.org portal.
Black Friday never fails to make headlines in the following morning’s newspapers—shoppers scramble for hot deals, hoodlums occasionally resort to violence to get an unfair advantage, and the status of an entire economic system is given a 4 AM gut check as bleary-eyed analysts cull statistics from across the board.
On a national scale, Black Friday sales were higher this year than the last, with Shopper Track reporting that Black Friday sales were 6.6% higher than last year. In addition, the National Retail Federation estimates that the average shopper spent $400 dollars during this national event. Between 2008 and 2009, Black Friday sales only increased by 0.3%, and so this year’s figures may indicate a broad-scale improvement in the economy.
Most of the companies have came out with their Black Friday deals already and there are couple interesting LCD and LCD- LED TV deals that my virtual assistant looked up for me .If you are planning to spend $800- $1000 and is looking for quality and price rather than just price, it’s worth to take a look at the below models. I know that some retailers are offering 40-46 inch TV's for less than $400-$500. I can't remember the brand names or retailer names since I wasn't really looking for something like that.