Amazon Offers a Warm Black Friday in Your Pajamas
Black Friday on Amazon is a totally unique, totally online opportunity. There is no brick-and-mortar component, so these amazing deals are a fantastic option for those who enjoy staying in the warmth and comfort of home. Additionally the deals from Amazon tend to come early and last longer than those of other retailers.
In the days leading up to Black Friday, as well as the weekend afterward, Amazon offers a great many deals to keep the excitement going. This is all in addition to the fact that Amazon generally has some of the very best deals. Amazon's marketplace does not just offer deals through their own fulfillment service, but also allows other retailers to sell on the site to ensure the best deal. Books, media, and electronics can also be sold back to Amazon and offered as a "used" product at a fraction of the regular retail. All of this, in one user-friendly, super-easy search tool.
Some memorable deals from 2013 included a Playstation Vita with four games for $174.99, a 55-inch VIZIO Smart TV for less than $500, and so much more. This year the company is expected to unroll a variety of deals on electronics, digital downloads, and holiday clothing. Additionally, Amazons own hugely successful collection of electronics like the new Amazon Fire phone and the Kindle Fire tablet are likely going to be available for record-breaking low prices.
It is important to keep a close eye on Amazon sales. Thanks to the widespread availability of Internet, people all over the world have access to Amazon at all hours of the day and night. Deals are unbelievable, especially during Black Friday, but they will go fast.
For those who enjoy using Amazon, a subscription to Amazon Prime is smart. Not only does it ensure free, two-day shipping on millions of items, it also comes with a subscription to Amazon Prime TV. This means tons of unlimited movies and TV shows available digitally to consumers. The videos can be accessed via tablet, smart phone, Blu Ray, computer, or on some gamin consoles. Pay the price of membership once per year and enjoy the immense benefits all year.
Amazon is a revolutionary online store, offering an unbeatable selection at incredible prices. Incorporated in Seattle, Washington in 1994, the pioneering ecommerce site first went online in 1995. Originally, the named Cadabra, founder Jeff Bezos decided to change the site's name to Amazon because he felt "cadabra" sounded too much like "cadaver".
Today the ingenious online company is worth well over $70 billion dollars and that number seems to be on the rise. Still headed by original founder Jeff Bezos, Amazon is an unprecedented success in a still-new market.