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How to Make the Best of Black Friday from Venezuela

How to Make the Best of Black Friday from Venezuela

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on November 28, 2014

While millions of people worldwide are hunting for the best deals for electronic purchases during the so-called Black Friday, Venezuelans should be more thoughtful to "stretch" the $300 that are authorized for electronic purchases.

Given the restrictions on foreign exchange earnings, a significant number of Venezuelans have already taken advantage of the so-called quota CADIVI for this date, but others expect offers that are spread throughout the weekend trying to make the most of the limited amount of dollars granted by the government to online transactions.

"The black Friday," refers to the accounts of the trade, moving from red ink to black thanks to the surplus that is generated that day. Even offers extending through the weekend.

The sales may take advantage from Friday until Monday, called the Cyber Monday (electronic Monday), which relates to Internet offerings on Monday after black Friday and offers significant discounts.

Venezuelans who want to use the black friday should consider these recommendations:

1. Visit the websites that offer online shopping to validate the best deals. Do it with time, find what you want on the Internet can take you several hours to decide on the product you want.

2. Note that you have only $ 300 a year CADIVI quota for electronic purchases.

3.- You must register on the portal of choice for shopping. Make sure that the web site accepts international credit card for payment.

4.- Consider sending your purchase to the address of a friend or family traveling to Venezuela on Christmas. This saves shipping from USA; if you should not join any shipping company. For this, it is suggested to find out the best deals to bring merchandise to USA Venezuela. Remember that shipments that exceed the amount of kilos allowed have high prices that can make a significant savings in dollars an expensive investment in bolivars.

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