Save Money On Appliances and Protect Them With Farm Bureau Insurance
Everyone knows that the fun of Thanksgiving weekend lingers at least four days after Turkey Day. Retailers now stretch Black Friday all the way through Cyber Monday. Whether you are an up-at-dawn Black Friday customer or one who takes this shopping experience with a bit of indifference, it feels good to get a great bargain.
Are you are in the market for a major home appliance? If you’re holding out for the best deal, keep in mind that breakdowns never come at convenient times. Plus, it always seems like they happen as soon as the warranty expires.
Farm Bureau Insurance’s Policy Options for Major Appliances
Did you know that Farm Bureau Insurance offers a high-quality, low-cost equipment breakdown insurance package that can cover costs in the event of needed repairs for major appliances?
While most homeowners insurance policies will not cover repairs or replacements for refrigerators, appliances, freezers, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, televisions, HVAC systems, and more, our add-on coverage can save you time, money, and inconvenience if something goes wrong.
Visit our interactive site and learn more about our equipment breakdown coverage in the event of an electrical, mechanical, or pressure system appliance problem.
Meanwhile, since larger home appliances are typically sold in big box stores, we did a little checking (with the help of techradar.com, which makes predictions about these things) to see what sales strategies retailers may take on this year’s Black Friday on Nov. 26.
For the serious tech crowd, Best Buy will likely be a first destination this Nov. 26. Not only will they find the usual abundant variety of consumer electronics, but popular items like televisions, consoles, laptops, and the plentiful gear necessary to outfit it all.
Techradar.com reports that Best Buy’s Black Friday sales plan will again encompass items from every section of its website and stores. This means that you’ll find great buys in every price range. Based on previous years, you may find everything from smart TVs to discount-priced laptops to a wide assortment of small kitchen appliances, all of which make up much of the store’s advertising focus before the event.
The company is now emphasizing its extended payment plans for major appliances.
Like many of its competitors, the retailer may deem it better to spread the good deals out during the whole month of November in hopes of avoiding a frenzied one-day shopping event
While Home Depot will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, the deals for shoppers on Black Friday should be substantial.
Because COVID-19 is still a threat, big box stores are more likely extend their one-day Black Friday event throughout the entire month of November. Keep your eyes out for this one. Home Depot’s social media ad content already shows good deals on the hefty purchases of refrigerators and washers.
This year retailers will be using a variety of tactics to welcome customers. Huge sales on home major appliances can be hard to resist if you are in the market for a new refrigerator, washing machine, or oven.
Lowe’s ran a whole Season of Saving sale last year, beginning in late October and stretching through Cyber Monday, and they are expected to stage a similar sale this year, with the event peaking on Black Friday, then highlighting Cyber Monday, and ending in early December.
New deals are expected to roll out every few days for in-person and cyber customers. An array of discounted home improvement products and major appliances is expected once again. If you are interested in getting a good deal on kitchen appliances, look for Lowe’s length printed ad around early- to mid-November. It describes each item, so you can plan ahead.
Last year, a range of appliances, smart home devices, and tools were discounted by up to 50 percent. Similar deals rolled over to Cyber Monday.
Overall this season, keep an eye out on print, TV, and social media advertising. Be ready to jump on a good deal when you see it!
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