Deadlines Draw Close for Christmas Online Shoppers Saturday 15 December 2007 PDF Print evouchers.com, a leading voucher and discount site has noticed that while overall promotions are staring to slow shopping online is increasing again due to very special offers and free delivery. Sales online has already begun to spike upward and is expected to reach new heights by Dec 19, 2007. A study by comScore Inc. shows online spending is peaking this holiday season in the middle of the day, which may mean many consumers are shopping while at work. Proving many shoppers are just finishing their Christmas shopping list having delayed getting the big ticket items like a 32" LCD TV or the laptop by Apple, Dell or Sony. The good news is that the online stores are still open 24 hours a day and most are offering huge discounts and free shipping. Santa still has you on his list! Some examples of huge savings with deadlines for delivery: Dell is offering servers at 60% off but only until December 19. Marks and Spencer will ship until 12 noon 19th Dec. PC World has a significant discount of £100 their APPLE MAC MACBOOK 2GHZ WHITE LAPTOP but you have to pay delivery or pick it up in the store. Sony will deliver until Dec 31 and they have a 32" HD Bravia LCD TV with recorder slashed £100.00 off the price while supplies last. Tesco has FREE DELIVERY over £50 and they have still have several styles of leather recliner sofas' in stock at 20% off but only guarantees free deliver for Christmas if your order is placed by Dec 20 for large domestic appliances and furniture. Amazon has promised free delivery on their books if ordered by December 18 and that includes the 50% off recommends from Richard and Judy. Plus as an added treat you can get a first peek at J. K. Rowling's The Tales of Beedle,the Bard, which Amazon purchased at auction from Sotheby's at a purchase price of £1,950,000. They have provided a sneak preview of the first fairy tale. Matthew Cheng, CEO of evouchers.com and http://www.eCoupons.com has been interviewed in broadcast and print throughout the USA. Matthew has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, part of the City University of New York, in 2005. Being experienced in the voucher industry combined with a background in computer technology means he also knows that searching for the latest shopping voucher can take time. Matthew's solution is to offer a free newsletter delivered to your e-mail box which will update you daily on all the many special just posted vouchers in all areas. Just visit: evouchers.com to sign up today. Happy Holidays Matthew Cheng is available for an interview. Please contact: Imal Wagner Email: firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Phoenix Rising PR in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.