For retailers who took advantage of the early holiday sales to try and sell off their products before most shoppers had picked out their Halloween costumes, it wasn’t much of a problem. It shows that you are motivated by good information. After two years of exclusive discounts, shoppers are showing that they’re holding out for bargains.
Brands are participating. Bike maker Specialized said on its website, “We made too much,” telling customers that they could “save a lot.”
Rakuten, an online platform that offers deals and shopper rewards, said retailer participation in its Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions was “the largest in three years.”
Natalie Rodriguez, 47, who works for the Indiana Department of Revenue, said the items being sold weren’t what she wanted for Christmas.
“I’m really aware of these deals that are going on right now. I think it’s a grab to see who gets my money first. do you want?
“I had 150 items in my cart from an Amazon sale that I saved to buy later, but nothing matched what I thought was a Black Friday deal. Black Friday had super low prices, like 80-90% off, most of what I saw was 30 and 40 percent off some items, especially if it wasn’t a must-have item, and I was like, ‘No, I’ll pass.’ It’s like. Crest Whitestrips were a bargain, but I don’t need them now.
“All I got was a $50 gift card with a $10 bonus.”
Arrived on time, finally
For years, consumers have become accustomed to fast delivery, usually less than two days, largely driven by Amazon. The pandemic has turned it upside down. Drivers and inventory shortages forced people to plan ahead.
Industry experts aren’t expecting another Shipageddon this year. We have enough delivery and warehouse workers to meet demand. A shipper he should be able to deliver 110 million parcels in one day. According to ShipMatrix,consultant.
Jamil Ghani, Vice President of Amazon Prime, said: