Over the last decade, more and more retailers are extending Black Friday sales. In fact, some are doing month long promotions to get people in their doors or on their car lots. This helps in many ways, including a better customer experience. Rather than fighting crowds on the day after Thanksgiving, shoppers can make their purchases before or after the Black Friday event. One such event is the Black Friday used car sales event at Matthews Motors in Wilmington. This event starts on Monday, November 20th, 2017 and concludes on Saturday, November 25th, 2017.
You will get a $250 Visa Gift Card if you make a vehicle purchase during the week of Thanksgiving. No questions asked. Simply walk in, buy your vehicle and get $250 to spend anywhere you like. This isn’t a rebate, it’s not a mail in offer, it is a quick way to get some extra Christmas or Holiday spending money.
Also note that finding a great deal on a used car on Black Friday is not nearly as easy as finding a deal on a new car. Almost every car dealership in the nation is having some type of Black Friday event. Used car dealerships may not even be open on the Friday after Thanksgiving. That is not the case with Matthews Motors in Wilmington. You can be rest assured they will be open for business. They will also be looking to hit their sales numbers for the month of November so you will have plenty of options when it comes to a used car.
The day after Thanksgiving has become synonymous with major sales events. This is the time of year in which you can get amazing deals on major purchases. While some will be looking for a Nintendo Switch or PS4 for their son, others will be looking to save a bundle on a vehicle purchase. Also note that you can start the car buying process now and finish the process during the week of Thanksgiving to lock in your Black Friday sale. There is no reason to think you have to rush through a purchase decision.
As we get closer to Black Friday we will continue to highlight some of the ways in which you can save money. Local newspapers and TV outlets are starting to report some of the sales and deals as of late.