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Holiday Weekend Sale

Our Thanksgiving Sale is still in effect online until Monday, 11/29/10 at 11:59 pm (CST).  You can find great deals at Abt without having to worry about shuffling around department stores, waiting in long lines and deal with massive crowds. So, sit back, relax and start shopping! For those in the Chicagoland area, great deals are even in our store.  We’ll be open this weekend till 9pm today and this weekend, Saturday…

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Is Cyber Monday the New Black Friday?

Black Friday, a flood of people entered the Abt showroom for our first early opening in history. Will Cyber Monday realize the same flurry of people on Abt.com and in our phone sales department? Traditionally, Black Friday has been the busiest shopping day of the year. In recent years, Cyber Monday has given Black Friday a run for its money. What will this year bring? Will Cyber Monday outshine Black Friday??? -Kelly…

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What Will You Buy on Black Friday?

Consumer Reports did a poll about the most wanted products this Black Friday. The poll showed that 70 percent of the 1,001 adults, who participated, planned to purchase consumer electronics, and 71 percent plans to buy clothing. Almost surprising, more than half of the Black Friday shoppers polled will be purchasing an electronic for themselves. Not as surprising, approximately three-quarters of the same shoppers polled will be purchasing an electronic for someone…

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Black Friday is Coming Early This Year?

The day after Thanksgiving is synonymous with sales and shopping. Most people associate it with the start of the holiday shopping season. Black Friday isn’t for a couple weeks, that’s why I was so surprised to read a message from Shawn DuBravac this morning. The Consumer Electronics Association’s (CEA) chief economist/research director said, “Black Friday has begun early,” “Consumers are starting to go out, which is consistent with [the idea] that they’re…

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