Labor Day 2010 Sales From Other Retailers – In addition to the Labor Day Sales 2010 from big retailers, there are a lot more Labor Day 2010 Sales that will be going on this weekend. These sales are done because most of the workers will be on vacation and surely they will visit malls and bring their families with them.
Here are more of Labor Day Sales 2010 information:
Sit ‘n Sleep’s, your home for all sleeping and bedroom related products has their continuing Labor Day Sales 2010 which started August 22 and will end Sept. 12, 2010. For discounts on your mattress check them at their showroom at the L.A. County Fair, September 4 – October 3, 2010.
For clothing and apparel Labor Day Sales, Bare Necessities is offering extra 50% Off Clearance Sale until September 7, Old Navy is offering 20% off $100 or 25% off $150 w/ coupon “ONSAVEBIG”, SpeedoUSA offers 25% off entire order & free shipping on $70+ order with code “LABOR” until September 7, and Reebok will give extra 25% Off ALL Sale items using code “SALE25” until September 6.
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Deepdiscount.com which will be offering buy one, get one free Blu-ray Sale if you use the code “LABORBD,” Newegg Mall is also having its Labor Day Sale and Coupon Bonanza offers.
You can check out more than 30 other Weekend Labor Day sales by clicking here. Surely there are lots of reason to celebrate Labor Day 2010. In addition, there are also available Labor Day 2010 sales coupon codes here.
Apple Inc. began selling its much awaited iPad last Saturday, April 3, 2010 drawing long lines of eager customers waiting to be among the first owners of a tablet-style device.
Notwithstanding the rains in some of the Apple stores, hundreds of people line up to purchase or pick up Apple’s iPad. Upon seeing the turn out of ipad sales through the long lines, Apple employees cheer up.
According to the official tally of Apple, iPad sales in the first day of sale reached more than 300,000. Prices of these iPad with Wi-Fi only start at $499. Apple will also start selling their iPad 3Gs which are costlier later this month.
Moreover, Apple says that during its first day of sale of the iPad, iPad owners have already downloaded over a million applications from its app store and more than 250,000 electronic books.
Apple’s iPad sales is really overwhelming with a turnover of more than $150,000,000 in just its first day of sale! Wow! Congratulations to Steve Jobs and to all Apple employees!
Home Depot Hours and Target Hours this Labor Day 2010 – Both Home Depot and Target will be open for Labor Day 2010. Both stores will be operating on their standard schedule except for some which might open late and close early. However, since Labor Day 2010 is viewed as a major sale day, the closing might be later than usual.
Home Depot hours will surely be filled with customers as Home Depot offers tons of sales and discounts this Labor Day 2010. Below are some of the sales, promos and savings from Home Depot:
- $5 off gallon cans of paint and $20 off 5-gallon cans.
- 10% off on all appliances $398 or more
- Up to 25% off on select special buy appliances
- Tons of discounts at the Home Depot Online Store.
For more information you can check out their website at www.homedepot.com.
Meanwhile Target is offering a huge selection for its clearance sale and they are offering as much as 70% off on selected items. Target in fact have added more than 700 items to its clearance sale in anticipation and in celebration of Labor Day 2010.
Besides the Clearance Sale, Target is also having a Bay Sale which features almost all of its baby items including cribs, shirts, and more. Don’t miss this great opportunity from Target. Visit their website at www.target.com.
So Happy Labor Day everyone and have a great day ahead!