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Thursday, November 20, 2008

iPod and Video game are hot "Black Friday 2008" items

In a recent poll conducted by reputed American organization, Consumer Reports, it has been found out that more shoppers will be looking for bargains and deep discounts on products on the coming “Black Friday.” American economy is going through a tough time and people are going to spend less but that does not mean they would not go shopping. In fact, 26% of the respondents said that they would go out for shopping on Black Friday which is 5% higher from 2007. cbs4.com reports:

Fighting the crowds and hunting down those blockbuster deals may be a game for the young, the biggest percentage (36%) of those who are planning to hit the malls are between the ages of 18 and 34.

Compared to early years, holiday shoppers are not starting their shopping early. Of the total respondent, only 38% have started their shopping which was 43% in 2006. About 85% of the shoppers are going to hunt for electronic products. Compared to the last season, this is a 15% rise. Out of the total respondents, 46% want to go for video-game system and iPods and 43% will go for MP3 players.


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