Tuesday, November 30, 2010

My Most Helpful Tips For Holiday Tech Shopping!

Now that December is right around the corner it's time to start thinking about Christmas!

I'm sure that there are some electronics that you need to buy on your Christmas List.

Here are My 5 Most Helpful Tips For Holiday Tech Shopping!

1~Shop early~As if your kids are looking for a Wii that is a special edition chances are when you see it at the store you better get it. As if it is a HOT item this year it will sell out Quick! Remember when the Cabbage Dolls were $1,000 or more? You sure don't want that to happen.

2~When shopping online look for free shipping as that can save you time and money.If you are sending as a gift you have it delivered right to their door with no charge to you! Saves money as you don't have to drive your car either! You can also join many sites to get money back as you shop!

3~Looking to buy a TV or a Computer? Wait until the last 2 weeks before Christmas.As the stores will have inventory that they will slash the prices on to make room for the new ones! You can get some great buys then.

4~Try the Product You Buy It! Staples has Kindle in-store interactive display where you can try out the product and see if you like it. How cool is that? You can play with that new toy or phone to make sure that you want to buy it!

5~Start shopping for next year right after the holidays! As everything goes on sale the day after Christmas and many stores are offering online sales too. So you will save big money after the holidays if you watch the stores.As in order to get the deals you have to look for them.Online do a search for the product that you are looking for and check to make sure that you are getting the best price!

 {I wrote this blog post while participating in the TwitterMoms and Staples blogging program, making me eligible for a $50 gift card. For more information on how you can participate, click here

About Staples~
Staples, the world's largest office products company, is committed to making it easy for customers to buy a wide range of office products and services. Our broad selection of office supplies, electronics, technology and office furniture as well as business services, including computer repair and copying and printing, helps our customers run their offices efficiently. With 2009 sales of $24 billion and 91,000 associates worldwide, Staples operates in 26 countries throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia serving businesses of all sizes and consumers. Staples invented the office superstore concept in 1986 and today ranks second worldwide in e-commerce sales. The company is headquartered outside Boston.
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