It is tough to think that Christmas is just around the corner but before we know it we will already be at Thanksgiving. With millions of Americans looking for the best sales and deals when it comes to the busy shopping days of Black Friday and cyber Monday it should come as no surprise to see many people seeking a digital camera for under $100. Unfortunately, it is sometimes hard to find a quality digital camera under this $100 mark but during the busy sales of the year it is very possible that WalMart or other retailers could offer a discounted model of a camera after Thanksgiving.
Last year WalMart had three digital cameras on sale during its Black Friday sales event and the prices were as follows:
Kodak C82 12.0 Megapixel – $69.00
Nikon CoolPix S230 10MP – $139.00
Sony Cyber-Shot DSC S930 10.0 Megapixel – $79.00
With two of the three digital cameras being under $100 it will likely be the case that again in 2010 there will be at least one digital camera that is below this price point. Before going out and making a full price purchase it is always wise to do research and see what sales and deals are available throughout the country. It is quite surprising to see just how many retailers are offering amazing deals during the busiest shopping times of the year. Almost every retailer in the country will have some type of Black Friday sale and it might be wise to take advantage of these discounted prices.
From now until Christmas day WalMart and most retailers will have big sales on Saturdays and Sundays. This coming week WalMart will have a sale on Vizio HD TVs, an iTunes gift card, and a PS3 Move bundle. This comes as no surprise as many retailers want to spread these deals out so customers do not flock to their locations in one day. It is not very safe to have thousands of people scouring to get gift items in one area as we saw last year. It will likely be the case that most retailers offer many great sales and deals during the weekends leading up to Black Friday and possibly even after Black Friday. Taking advantage of these opportunities could be just what many American households need as they are looking to save and survive the early part of 2011 with the overall economy still in very bad shape.