Black Friday 2011 Ads: Target, Walmart and Amazon Coupon Deals Available Online

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By Brendan Giusti, Christian Post Reporter
November 15, 2011|9:46 am

Black Friday deals offered by online coupon websites, such as couponsnapshot.com, offer even more ways to save for customers planning on cashing in on the plethora of deals offered by retailers this holiday season.

The website collects deals from retailers and places them in one spot for customers to find online offers, printable coupons and special prices on shipping.

Electronics, clothing items and other gift items are all available at CouponSnapshot.

"Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the biggest shopping days of the year," CouponSnapshot's Marketing Director said in a statement. "At CouponSnapshot we realize all of our members may not be able to take advantage of the in-store deals and specials, so we've worked around the clock to find and share the greatest discounts and special offers for Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2011."

Highlights include coupons for up to 90 percent off purchases from Amazon, $10 off a $75 purchase from Macy's and free shipping from Walmart. The site also offers 10 percent off coupons for Sports Authority and offers $10 off a $60 purchase at Finish Line.

Target, Home Depot, Jones New York, and PacSun also have deals on the site.

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Users of the service can save an additional $25 off an online purchase of $125 or more from Hewlett-Packard. The website also offers coupons for 72 percent off Lenovo Notebook Stands, 20 percent off all rugs from Home Decorators Collection and $20 off orders of $100 or more from Gander Mountain.

Other offers include 20-60 percent off products at Sears and 50 percent off customers’ second purchase at Target.

The coupons are a way to entice customers to shop more conveniently.

Survey results show that more shoppers plan to shop online this season. The average holiday shopper plans to do more than a third of their shopping online, according to the National Retail Federation.

 

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