Are you ready to shop ‘til you drop come Black Friday? Or are you waiting for better deals on Cyber Monday? Either way, these two shopping days will certainly conjure up millions of shoppers ready to wait in line or browse the web.
With a lot of retail and online shops offering awesome discounts, how do you know you’re getting the best deal? Check out the apps below to help you get the most of your hard earned cash.
Black Friday Apps
This app lets you view leaked and confirmed ads and deals all in one place, price compare online prices, find nearby shops, and allows you to go directly to a retailer’s website to make a purchase.
This app allows you to view store deals even before the shop doors open, download PDF ad scans, create a shopping list, share list via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter and Google+, as well as compare prices from different stores.
This app allows you to browse ads by store or category, read the latest sale news, create your own shopping list, cross-compare items and prices between stores, categories and existing sales information, receive updates regarding new Black Friday ads released or when a special online holiday sale goes live.
Provides you breaking news and leaked ads in real time as well as store circulars and advertisements. It also allows you to search for deals by store or category, view discounted products and prices, get notifications on the latest news and sales and create your very own shopping list.
This app is all about the ads – as in you get the ads as they come out so you never get left out of awesome deals. Plus you can plan what shops you’re going to hit next as the deals pop up.
This user-friendly app lets you search and sort deals by store, category, brand and price range as well as do advanced search for free shipping, doorbusters, online availability and rebates. It allows you to search by phrase or product name, review individual deal details and additional discounts, share deals via e-mail or text and add deals to Wish List for quick in-store reference and comparison. Users will also receive push notifications
when a new store ad comes out.
Cyber Monday Apps
As for Cyber Monday, if you’re glued to your laptop, computer, or mobile device, you probably won’t need any apps. But if you’re at work or somewhere you can’t use your PC for shopping, try these apps:
This app provides you view of ver 500,000 of the top Cyber Monday deals, sales, and offers from over 100 of the top retailers days before cyber monday in order for you to plan your shopping accordingly, offline viewing capability, easy to use share functionality including sharing the deals on Facebook, Twitter, and Email. “Shop Now” allows you to purchase specials and sales directly on your device. Plus, you can use this app year round as it get regularly updated for special deals and offers.
This app allows you to view Top 25 deals daily from Popular Stores for Discounted Deals, get list of all popular deals with latest updated deals that helps to satisfy shopping experience online, view frequent Cyber Monday weekly ads from preferred online retail stores, search for Top Cyber Monday Deals from well-known stores and categories to shop for the best at cheap rates, find Discount Online Coupons and Offers to get the best deals available on different stores and shop online for items available before Cyber Monday and share your deals to the world through Facebook and Email.
Cyber Monday Sales and News
This app gives you all the updated news and sales info for this year’s Cyber Monday as well as provide everything you need to know about the big online store sales and where you can go to get the things on your shopping lists this year. This app will make it so easy for you to find what you are looking for and also keep you in the know so that you can give your friends tips and ideas.
It is always great to plan ahead before going into battle, aside for downloading these useful shopping apps, check out our other shopping tips here.
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