Ready for Black Friday

2018-11-22 06:02

Black Friday sales start tomorrow, Friday 23 November.

For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work.

The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there. Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. “Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for. Plus some retailers offer app-only deals.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it. You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful. Be responsible and remember that the expensive festive season is coming up, so you’ll need a bit left over for this.

Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work.

The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there. Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. “Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it. You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful. Be responsible and remember that the expensive festive season is coming up, so you’ll need a bit left over for this.

Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work.

The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there. Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. “Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for. Plus some retailers offer app-only deals.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it. You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful. Be responsible and remember that the expensive festive season is coming up.

Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy­.

So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts.

“We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap.

Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work.

The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there.

Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. “Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for. Plus some retailers offer app-only deals.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it. You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful. Be responsible and remember that the expensive festive season is coming up, so you’ll need a bit left over for this.

Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work.

The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there. Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can.

“Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it.

You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful­.

Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work. The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there. Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. “Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for. Plus some retailers offer app-only deals.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it. You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful. Be responsible and remember that the expensive festive season is coming up, so you’ll need a bit left over for this.

Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms..

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early.

This will allow you to browse much faster.

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Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work.

The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there. Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. “Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it. You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful. Be responsible and remember that the expensive festive season is coming up, so you’ll need a bit left over for this.

Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work.

The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there. Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. “Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it. You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful. Be responsible and remember that the expensive festive season is coming up, so you’ll need a bit left over for this.

Black Friday sales start on Friday 23 November. For shoppers, this is a highly competitive time – bagging the best deals requires forethought and a military-style strategy. So to help consumers win at their Black Friday shopping, the Takealot group has put together their top tips.

Julie-Anne Walsh, chief marketing officer at Takealot.com, says: “Takealot – an online megastore – and fast fashion retailer Superbalist.com will both be offering massive discounts. We want all our customers to have the best chance of getting their wishlist items. There are definitely some very clever strategies that they can employ to bag the best deals.”

Most sales start as the clock strikes midnight. Takealot’s sales start at 12:01, so make sure you have data and your Wi-Fi isn’t past its cap. Get into bed early and set a few alarms. By the time the rest of the world wakes up you have done your shopping and will be catching some restful winks before heading to work.

The prices may change on goods for Black Friday, but the goods will already be there. Go online, create your wishlist in advance and then, when the sale starts, quickly go to your list, see which items are marked down enough and press ‘checkout’ to beat your shopping competitors to the bargain.

Get your hands on as many newsletters and flyers as you can. “Like” the Facebook pages and Twitter feeds of all your beloved retailers. Monitor their bargains closely. From early November, retailers will start to release their Black Friday weekend specials. Start your plotting and planning as early as possible and draw up a plan of action­.

Some of your purchases may be in the real world and some in cyberspace. A good plan is to start with cyberspace early and then head off to the physical shops once you’ve done the calm and peaceful online shopping. Chances are, once you’ve been involved in a three-person scrum over the last Christmas turkey in the supermarket, you may only be capable of heading home and lying down.

Download the app for your favourite online retailers early. This will allow you to browse much faster and they’ll also send you push notifications of the big discounts to look out for.

Decide ahead of time what you plan to spend on the Black Friday sales and stick to it. You could quickly find yourself shopping for Christmas 2018, 2019 and 2020 if you are not careful. Be responsible and remember that the expensive festive season is coming up, so you’ll need a bit left over for this.

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