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Holiday Deals+ Shoppers= Death?
Posted on Tuesday, December 2 2008 @ 06:16:34 Eastern

As we all know Christmas is just around the corner. Many deals are being carried out each and every day. Having greats is what makes a consumer more knowledgeable of what they're going to be getting. 2 for 1 is usually the price of a deal now, but how far are consumers actually going in order to save their wealth?

As we all know on Black Friday in New York, a Wal-Mart shopper was killed by a trampede of consumers wanting the low priced products. Are we serious? That people will shove, push, punch etc. just to get savings? Yes apparently we are, people that are rushing to buy whatever i feel don't have the concept of taking a time to search what they really need. Instead the consumers like myself will rush to and retrieve what they want.

Many shoppers come out of the closet during this time. Why we wait until the last minute we probably don't know why. So why wait until the last minute, have a person make a wishlist. This way you can run and get out before you severly injured. Please consumers, Great deals may cause severe injury be safe this holiday.

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