It may sound a little selfish, but the black Friday and cyber Monday deals really aren’t for friends and family members. Sometimes we buy a big screen television for someone else and it’s nice to get a great deal on it, but not really. Special deals are not just limited to Black Friday and Cyber Monday though.  In the current economy, retailers are constantly offering massive savings and incentives to try and lure consumers to their stores and websites.

The fact is that we look at many of the great deals available this time of year as a way to upgrade our own appliances and wardrobes. The same can be said of footwear, especially with the prices of some of the sneakers and other footwear out there today. If you want a new pair of shoes you need to get them when they are on sale, you can save as much as 40% on some brands and it will make a major difference.

However, there can be one glitch in getting the shoes you want. Even though you look to find the best deals online or in a newspaper ad, there is no guarantee that the store will have them when you go to get them. If you find a deal on shoes that you like that means other people have as well so you have a lot of competition to get the shoes from the Famous Footwear store, Finish Line store, Nordstrom store or other places. If you go online however, you will be able to not only find which company has the best deals but you can actually find out which physical store has the item you want at that price. So it may not be the Famous Footwear store closes to you, but it may be the one after that. So rather than wasting time driving to the first one and hoping they have it, you know exactly which one does.


  1. I bought avon skin care product and some makeup.

  2. I love shopping and often check out deal before purchase

  3. looking for cheap shower gel, but no warehouse sale so far. :(


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