Holiday season shopping isn’t limited to gifting purchases and the shopping lists often span across different categories and products—from apparel to toys, from flooring to garden equipment, from phones to home theatre systems, and from wreaths to candles. Retailers across industries and of all sizes release the best deals and discounts to lure customers and set themselves apart from competition.
Offers and Deals
Offering deals and rewards earlier than ever this holiday season, the 10.10 Shopping Festival will take place from October 9-11, 2020. Launching in partnership with Shopkick smartphone app, the rewards will be accumulated by both online and offline shopping activities. These rewards can be redeemed for a selection of gift cards available at Shopkick, including Amazon, Target, and Walmart. The 10.10 festival is confirmed to have over 24 leading omnichannel and direct-to-consumer retailers joining the bandwagon. The number of participating retailers make us believe that you can expect a wide variety of goods and services to be on sale during 10.10. Products from apparel, home, auto, outdoors, pet, tech, travel, beauty, and wellness categories are all in the running. If you do your research and prepare your lists, you may be able to finish your year-end shopping within the month of October.
United they Stand
On September 22, 2020, Coresight Research announced that Best Buy, Home Depot, and Shoe Carnival will be participating in the 10.10 Shopping Festival. The details about brands, exact products, or specific deals from these retailers are yet to be released. However, Coresight Research remains dedicated to providing strong value to the customers. A recent report by the organization shared that discounts of 25% or more will be available during the three-day shopping festival. The deals and rewards will be provided both online and offline. The accessibility across digital channels and in-person is expected to encourage customers to shop safely. In a recent survey conducted by Coresight Research of US consumers, 56% people reported that they are still avoiding a trip to the shopping centers. Coresight Research will provide information regarding safety measures and product availability on the Shopkick app to counter this wariness of brick-and-mortars, aiming to increase footfall in-stores.
Stay tuned for more details about what will be on sale at 10.10!