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Want to REALLY enjoy Cyber Monday?

Want to REALLY enjoy Cyber Monday

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Readers, the news is everywhere! Right now people are lining the streets outside of Best Buy, Target and all other retailers, just waiting for those doors to open on Black Friday.  And when those doors open, The Running of the Bulls will seem like a Saturday afternoon walk in the park.  In fact, the only thing scarier than the Black Friday crowds that will band together to take no prisoners in order to get that flat screen TV for only $150, are the screaming mobs waiting to get into the new Twilight movie to see ‘Bella and Edward’ walk down that aisle.

However, you can be one of those super-smart people who avoid all those ‘ready-to-strangle-you-if-you-get-in-their-way’ humans, and let me tell you how.  If you head to your computer right this second, the front page on Google is already shouting about Cyber Monday, and how the super-smart consumers will receive free shipping on all their purchases.  The largest coupons, cash awards, and deals from Best Buy to Home Depot to Walmart – every store you shop at – are being touted as the BEST Cyber Monday experience that has yet to be seen!  And, for all of you out there who have yet to head over to Mission Tuition to get those incredible deals (and way more) than this is the time to do it!

Remember, Mission Tuition is a site where you sign up for a FREE account.  There are no ‘ifs,’ ‘ands,’ or ‘buts’ – there is no small print – it is a site that literally offers you a place where you can shop online and in the stores, and receive the most amazing discounts, coupons, cash back – all savings – from companies that you shop at every single day – Walgreens, Foot Locker, Nordstrom, SEARS, Old Navy, K-Mart, Bloomingdales, Bass Pro Shops the list goes on!  From groceries to toys; computers to appliances – whatever your daily needs are – you get to save money with your Mission Tuition FREE account! 

 

This incredible site was set up to help you provide for your child’s future in an easy, fun way.  By opening a FREE account with Mission Tuition, you automatically receive an “educational savings account” residing at Wells Fargo bank – so whatever online shopping you do at Mission Tuition with your favorite stores – the huge savings goes directly into that account and sits there while you decide what 529 plan to invest in for your child’s future.  AND, when you shop inside the doors of these fantastic stores, you receive all the savings possible by having that Mission Tuition FREE account, and YOU decide whether to put those savings in your pocket, or put them in the savings account for your child – it’s all up to YOU!

There are millions of us who were so delighted when Cyber Monday came into being.  Those Black Friday lines, and worrying about how to afford holiday gifts without going into bankruptcy, was beyond difficult.  It was in 2005 when Cyber Monday was introduced to the world and quickly became the biggest online shopping day of the year – AND no one had to wake up at 2:00 a.m. and stand in line with the rest of the angry mob who had to have that latest piece of electronic gadgetry.

77 percent of online retailers said that their sales increased substantially last year on the Monday after Thanksgiving, which is what will be driving even more serious online discounts and promotions this coming Monday.  From the comfort of you own home – with a cup of coffee in hand, and slippers on your feet – you will have a one-stop shopping source for all your holiday needs.  Deals that will blow your mind!  And not only will you get what you want, you will also know that while online with Mission Tuition, you are saving up big money for those future college costs.

It was Shop.org, a part of the U.S. trade association, National Retail Federation that first used ecommerce and the beauty of computers to get people to shop and save  And it made absolute sense.  Even The New York Times reported in 2005 that: “The name Cyber Monday grew out of the observation that millions of otherwise productive working Americans, fresh off a Thanksgiving weekend of window shopping, were returning to high-speed Internet connections at work on Monday and buying what they liked.”  Without having to stand in lines that were so frightening it seemed like the master of horror himself, Stephen King, had created them.

In 2009 – a truly tough year for everyone -spending increased five percent on Cyber Monday to $887 million dollars, and more than half of those dollars was spent online on American websites.  Buying from home comprised the majority of the purchases and the influx in the retail economy last year, and was huge from computers that were located at work.  Don’t worry, it’s okay, on the Monday after Thanksgiving even your boss is in that office of his or hers looking at the new Transformer action figure.

And the pattern has stayed the same.  After returning from a long Thanksgiving weekend full of food, family and friends, the bulk of the holiday shopping is still ahead of people – with many consumers beginning or continuing their shopping from their desks at work.  Whether or not that has to do with taking advantage of the extensive Cyber Monday deals offered by retailers, or to be able to simply buy gifts away from the prying eyes and sharp ears of the people at home, it doesn’t matter.  Cyber Monday has definitely become an even larger annual ritual for Americans than Black Friday.  In fact, just last year the U.S. reported the first ever $1BILLION online shopping day on Cyber Monday, proving that most people really do want to avoid those wretched lines.

Mission Tuition heard that call, and with their partnership with a huge number of retailers that all of you already shop at, they can offer not only the discounts, sales, coupons, and cash back rewards that you receive on Black Friday, but they can also offer you the peace and knowledge that with your Mission Tuition FREE account, you are saving up to send that person you love the most on a path that leads to a college education!

Mission Tuition has made this simple, especially for those hard-working, middle-class Americans out there who need help.  They wanted to make sure that NO child was left behind, and they have found the absolute perfect way to do it!  A truly easy savings plan is offered where you, and all your family members, can simply sign up with Mission Tuition, where you receive your “educational savings account” located at Wells Fargo bank, and shop!

Cyber Monday is almost upon us people, and you can avoid all of those horrific lines and buy what you want at the lowest prices!  And then, of course, you can head over to the mall wearing your ‘suit of armor’ to avoid any harm, and vie for that seat in the movie theatre. You can celebrate the Twilight marriage, eat your popcorn, and know the whole time that shopping is done and your savings is growing for your child’s future!

Happy Holidays!

Until Next Time Everybody.

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