How New Zealanders Can Get Their Hands on 2013 Black Friday Deals

This is somewhat of a follow on from last years post on how Black Friday deals are now more accessible to New Zealanders thanks in part to services such as YouShop by NZ Post. YouShop see’s Kiwis being able to take advantage of sales offered in the US by giving them a US shipping address (since some the major US retailers and e-tailers only ship within the US) and subsequently shipping their items to NZ at a reasonable rate.

Black Friday 2013 is on November the 29th (November the 30th in NZ), YouShop is still up and running which means that Kiwi’s have access to a number of ridiculous deals being offered to US consumers.

Some retailers will be starting their Black Friday sales a little earlier than normal and many have already released details of their Black Friday deals. Below is a handful of some retailers you can take a look at to see what they have on offer: – Walmart is synonymous with people busting through it’s doors and fighting to get a hold of the deals on offer. A number of the in-store specials will be available online Thanksgiving and Black Friday whilst supplies last. – as per normal, Amazon will be offering a wide range of deals. They are already offering deals on a number of items in the lead up to Black Friday deals week. – Best Buy will also be taking a Walmart style approach and will also be offering in-store specials online starting on Thanksgiving – Overstock is an online discount retailer and they too will be getting in on the action and offering up all sorts of discounts.

The retailers listed above are just a small portion of the of those who will be offering deals on the day. If there is something specific that you are looking for, do a bit of searching. You may come across someone offering what you want for a steal on Black Friday.

Remember, stock is limited for a number of the items on offer so if you do come across something that you want, grab it quick!

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