As you start putting together your Black Friday shopping list, you might want to consider adding a few higher-end items like tablets onto the list.
You certainly won’t be alone in that exercise. In fact, the latest industry data calls for record Black Friday sales of tablets, smartphones, and just about anything else that’s cool, connected, and mobile.
Best of all, the deals this year on mobile tech should be considerable.
While most retailers always offer specials on technology and other expensive items on Black Friday, this year is expected to see even more discounts than are normally offered, especially when it comes to online sales.
In response to last year’s huge crowd, all stores are expected to have improved inventory. That means more items at the low prices that Black Friday shoppers are on the hunt for.
It goes without saying that Black Friday is one of the biggest technology buying days of the year, and prediction websites say that tablets are going to be especially in demand.
Auspiciously, there will be more products to go around, which means that you might actually be able to get your hands on that tablet you’ve been wanting since June, instead of leaving empty-handed.
While many stores are opening their doors early — as early as 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day — some will stick to the traditional Black Friday schedule (if not shop Black Friday sales exclusively online from home).