Do You Know You Can Save More Money On Black Friday?

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Do you know that good books are the gateways to exploring the world beyond and improving our imaginations? Fiction and non-fiction books are essential for us, and if you're like me that loves reading a lot, then you need to work on how to save more from these purchases.

Below, I've rounded up a few of my favorite economics secrets for black Fridays on Amazon.

Amazon credit card can help you save 5%

If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber (and need to maximize your savings on the first day of the month), consider getting the. With this, you automatically get 5% cash back on almost anything you buy from Amazon.

This is in addition to the selling prices charged on the first day or at any other time of the year. And believe me, when I tell you that if you buy a lot from Amazon, that 5% can add up.

Get additional cash-back savings

Speaking of refund options, you don't need Amazon's credit card to take advantage of it. Many online stores offer cashback to their customers, and Amazon is not excluded.

For example, last year Annons was offering 6% cashback on Amazon devices – products like the Fire TV Recast – 5% on furniture, 4% on jewellery, etc.

The sweetest thing about it is that you get this bonus even when these devices are on sale. For example, then It was $ 130, a full reduction of $ 100. But if you start your purchase from Annons, you will save an additional 6%, bringing your net total down to $ 122.20.

This equation could be even better on the first day itself. You see, Black Friday and Cash Back services often go up the rise – 3% could go up to 6%, 8% could go up to 12% and so on – so there's a good chance the same thing will happen on the first day.

So if something goes on sale and you get a bonus in return, it's like a double win. (Triple-dip, of course, uses your refund credit card – the aforementioned Amazon visa or another. You also get those savings; a refund service doesn't get in your way. Quadruple-dip, throw coupon code in the mix and you have your jackpot.

Check price histories

Of course, Amazon says its Prime Deals are all that but are they? You can find out by using a free tool that displays a full price history for just about every product listed on Amazon.

What's the point of getting this information? Simple: If a product has already sold for a lower price than what you are seeing now, there is a good chance it will be sold again.

Look out for a coupon

Using a coupon by clicking on this is one of the best ways to save more on Amazon black Friday. Some websites give coupon codes that can be used on the Amazon website. These coupons can be either a discount on a certain fixed amount or a percentage discount on your total cart. Although some of these coupons have terms and conditions, they can be useful to help you save more.


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