As we know it, the much anticipated Black Friday for this year will be holding on November 25. And in the basic internet shopping culture, we have already seen some ads from the biggest electronic stores we have on the internet. Good, it is no hidden truth that for some time now, shoppers have been enjoying themselves across the previous week just looking through the captivating circulars we had from the likes of Best Buy, Walmart, and then Target, although we are actually yet to get ads from some other big internet retailers. The enticing reality is that Black Friday is barely fourteen days away from us. In this vein, we should be seeing a complete itemization of the most previous ads pertaining to 2016 Black Friday at Amazon.
In what is fast becoming a fast tradition for years now, Amazon is yet to roll out an official Black Friday circular; thus we are not even expecting this to change this year. From their mode of operation, they would publish a formal press release quite close to Thanksgiving. For last year, the press release we had extracted from Amazon’s website, was released after November 17. This was in the region of eight days prior to Thanksgiving. This press release can fill in the position of an advertisement; basically, as it catalogues a good portion of their principal doorbusters.
We can say this is deliberate as Amazon patiently waits for its major rivals to publish their ads. Circulars from Walmart, Target, as well as Best Buy were all published in an interval of eight hours just of recent. Considering this, you see that Amazon has such abundance of time so as to look through the prices that its rivals are offering.
Assuming they follow the same pattern as last year, their press release should come out on November 16, which is eight days before Thanksgiving. There is the increasing likelihood that they would commence the normal “Countdown to Black Friday Sale” by this weekend. But then you should be waiting until Thanksgiving and Black Friday, or even Cyber Monday for the most mind blowing doorbusters.
Yet for the fact Amazon is not known for free shipping with no minimum order size, it, therefore, becomes vital that you are conscious of their terms. By their packages, Prime members are entitled to two-day shipping on every of their orders free of charge. But as to non-Prime members, it is customary they spend a minimum of $49 to earn qualifications for free shipping.