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The day after Thanksgiving, otherwise known as Black Friday, where serious shoppers fight the crowds in order to get their hands on the best deals. The advertisements in the Thanksgiving Day paper are often times very tempting but always make sure you are getting the best deals. Take the time to review some Black Friday suggestions that will help navigate through the sales tomorrow.
- Shopping early really does allow you to get the best deals. Between price and selection, your best bet is to get to a store when it opens.
- However, a lot of stores will put their doorbusters online for a brief period of time. Many clothing stores also offer their deals online throughout the entire day. You may even be able to just stay at home this Friday.
- Black Friday is really the prime time to buy electronics. If you are in the market for any type of electronic device, you are going to have to scan the advertisements and pinpoint what exactly you want and where it is. Good deals on electronics go fast, so get to the store early to make sure you will get what you need.
- Avoid the craziness of Black Friday by not shopping alone. Having somebody there with you to help you with any big packages or just another set of eyes will really help you stay safe.
- Make sure you have a plan before you head out shopping. Make a list of what you need and where you need to go at what times to get these things. There are also phone apps like BF Ads that allows you to make a clear list of all the Black Friday deals.
Remember, although the deals are great. Many impulse buys also occur on Black Friday. Make sure you have a list and a clear strategy before heading out to your local stores. Also, don’t forget that many of the deals in-store can also be found online. Check out all of your favorite stores websites before even getting out of your pajamas.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and safe shopping on Black Friday!