There are simply no words to describe the raw chaotic energy of a shopping crowd at a high-traffic mall in the height of Black Friday. Keep your head down, push your way to where you need to go, and make your way to the checkout line. Or, if you are just looking for a good time, find a corner to hide in and enjoy some people-watching. Maybe you’ve decided to sit at home and smugly surf the Internet, laughing at those who didn’t get to sleep off that tryptophan overdose most of us will suffer from all that turkey.But there’s exists a group of people on this great day of capitalism that find themselves usually left out of the shopping fun. It happens when you have to spend your Black Friday traveling. Not everyone thinks about breaking out the computer on the flight back home from a holiday with family. The people at GoGo, however, have given everyone a reason.This holiday season there are more than 1,200 planes in the air that are equipped with GoGo in-flight internet. For $10, the WiFi on the flight can provide you with all the bandwidth you can use. If you aren’t willing to shell out a quarter of what most people spend in a month for home internet on a single flight, the team at GoGo have decided to help anyway. For 30 minutes per flight, GoGo will have access to Barnes & Noble, BestBuy.com, FTD.com, Harry & David, Hayneedle.com, JCPenney, Lobster Gram, Macy’s, Omaha Steaks, Wine.com, and more. Depending on some airlines, some additional offers and retailers might be available.Starting today until New Year, anybody on a flight with GoGo In Flight Internet will have the same 30 minute access to these sites. Participating airlines include AirTran, Virgin America, and Alaska Airlines flights, all domestic “mainline” Delta flights and certain Air Canada, American Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways flights.
- Celebrate Black Friday at 30000 feet with free GoGo inflight internet