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#1 of 1 Parker Clack

Parker Clack

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Posted November 17 2007 - 10:49 AM

On Black Friday Amazon.com won’t have a cold, dark parking lot to line up in, but they will have a bunch of great deals to help you and your site visitors get holiday shopping done for less. This year they have created a Black Friday page for holiday shoppers at Amazon Black Friday. Amazon will be offering hourly deals from 6am to 6pm PST along with thousands of products on sale for a limited time. Also, customers will get gift wrapping for $.99 per item.

Customers Vote is back for 2007. Each round of Customers Vote lets you vote for the deal you’d most like to have. Voting begins on Thursday, November 15th and continues through Monday, November 26th. There will be six rounds of voting this year with three products in each round. Beginning Thursday, November 22nd, each day the new winning product will be announced, and randomly selected customers will have the opportunity to purchase the item for which they voted at a great discount. Products this year will include:

* 1,000 Nintendo Wii Game Systems (see prices on Customers Vote page)
* 500 Panasonic 7.5MP Digital SLR Cameras, $499 (*normally $1,149.95)
* 1,000 Razor E100 Electric Scooters for $29 (*normally $89.99)
* 500 TiVo HD Digital Video Recorders, $89 (*normally $253.48)
* 500 Magellan Maestro 3140 Portable Auto GPS Systems, $99 (*normally $247.00)
* 200 Samsung 46” 1080p LCD HDTVs, $719 (*normally $1,899.98)

* “Normal” prices quoted above are accurate on release date but are otherwise subject to change at any time.

The other 12 products can be viewed on the Customers Vote page.

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