Black Friday May Be Over, But The Deals Are Not

"The dust has now settled on the madness that is Black Friday, doors have been busted, deals have been had. But that doesn’t mean you still can’t save money this weekend, leading into Cyber Monday." -PSLS

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Sev1604d ago

How do these retailers make any money with deals like these? Or is the mark up normally that high all year round?

Grave1604d ago

They are in the black so anything they make from here till the end of the year is pure profit. Hence "black" Friday.

harrisk9541604d ago (Edited 1604d ago )

My wife just made the same comment when she got a Samsung Galaxy S4 for only $24.... Amazon takes losses in order to get you into their ecosystem. Once you become an Amazon customer, it is very hard to separate from the convenience and great customer service. They used to give a lot of $10 and $20 credits when pre-ordering video games and Amazon still was not a first-stop destination. Now, you don't see that as often --usually $5.00 for a pre-order, if anything. Amazon is now a MAJOR player in video games.

The best deal in town is Amazon Prime, if you order from them enough to make it worthwhile. Amazon is making a killing on Prime memberships which also helps them offset some losses on individual products.

Wescyde1604d ago (Edited 1604d ago )

Right now if you can still catch the lightning deal Skyrim Legendary is $19.99 on Amazon