Jan 27

2014 Chinese New Year Deals from Ahappydeal.com

As the biggest festival of the year for the Chinese people, the 2014 Chinese New Year (also called Chinese Spring Festival) is just around the corner. A quick review of the Chinese online stores reveals that some have already launched their Chinese Spring Festival sales for global buyers with different ranges of discounts offered. Although promotions for this holiday may not be as attractive as those for important Western holidays like Christmas or Halloween, you are still encouraged to take advantage of such sales to get good deals, no matter you are a re-seller or an individual shopper.

Below is a list of the popular and trusted online shops based in China where you can find 2014 Chinese New Year deals on various products, from apparel and accessories, to consumer electronics, to home and garden gadgets, to sporting goods, to toys and hobbies to everything else for a daily life:

Note that most orders placed during the national holiday won’t be processed until the online stores re-start working on February 7, 2014. The only benefit to shop with Chinese stores during this period is to enjoy the extra discount released to celebrate the Chinese Spring Festival.

As a tradition, during the Chinese New Year holiday, people from all walks of life go back home for a family reunion no matter how far away they are living from their parents. Although the national holiday for the Chinese New Year this year lasts 7days, from 31 to January February 6, many individuals have started their holiday earlier by taking advantage of their annual holiday.

In the Chinese foreign trade arena, most traditional export companies have been on holiday because factories have stopped manufacturing and workers have gone back to their hometown to prepare for the festival. Another big reason is: international shipping companies have stopped taking orders since January 20 and will run normally from February 6th. However, the majority of China-based online global shopping websites are still running quite normally now. Most of their employees will take holiday from the Eve of 2014 Chinese Spring Festival and even during the national holiday period, some employees will be arranged to be on duty and provide service as possible as they can.

You may be wondering why the Chinese online stores still allow customers to place order while the shipping companies have stopped the shipping service. It is a good question. Based on my knowledge, the total order quantity in the online international trading industry has significantly declined as the Chinese Spring Festival approaches. As for the orders generated during this period, they are either on products stocked in the overseas warehouses or the buyers have agreed that their orders would be shipped till the shipping companies re-open after the holiday.

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