If you are a serious holiday shopper, then you are probably home already from a productive “morning” of discounted shopping. Black Friday, a name affectionately known for the Friday after Thanksgiving where mobs of people set off to tackle their holiday shopping lists (and sometimes each other) from highly discounted-product stores. There have been stories of glory and gloom on this day where some shoppers complete their mission by 9am and some shoppers come home with bruises. Which shopper are you?
In 2005, the term “Cyber Monday” was initiated for online retailers who offered their version of “Black Friday” discount shopping online and on the Monday after Thanksgiving. In 2010, Cyber Monday’s online shopping sales were the largest in the country and with far less testimonies of angry customers fighting over the same item. But, then again, no one had to leave their home at 3am half-awake to go conquer crowds and long lines. Does Cyber Monday sound more like the kind of shopper you are?
After Thanksgiving Thursday, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday you are sure to experience Tired Tuesday. The holidays can take their toll on all of us and leave us longing for the good ‘ole days where shopping wasn’t so complicated!
Regardless of what kind of shopper you are, make it real easy on yourself and check out our Holiday Baskets any day of the week! We have Texas-style Holiday Baskets that are sure to bring holiday cheer to the home of friends and loved ones! For great, big baskets full of delicious treats like Texas-shaped Tortilla chips, White Chocolate Dipped Pecan Turtle Christmas Trees, Pralines, Snowman Popcorn, and so much more, feast your eyes on our tasty selection of Holiday Baskets! Pick the one that would make your friend’s heart sing and check that lucky recipient off your list!
We hope you had a very Happy Thanksgiving and enjoy this quick break before December gets here! And as always, let Texas Treats make life easy on you – just let us know what you want and we’ll get it to its final destination!
For more great Holiday gift ideas, visit www.texastreats.com.