Where will you be?
I can tell you where I’ll be…at home, waiting for Cyber Monday!
I mean, a majority of stores have already begun “Pre-Black Friday Deals”, which they are claiming are just as good as their Black Friday Deals, so that may mean by the time actual Black Friday rolls around, there may not be much left. Also, many stores have amazing online Black Friday deals with free shipping, and Amazon.com is having their own Black Friday Sale, so why leave your house?
I guess if you find joy in getting up at 3am on your day off, driving around in traffic, parking 2 miles away from the store you’re shopping in, and being mauled by rabid shoppers trying to get their entire Christmas list completed in one day, then go forth friends and enjoy your Black Friday. Here are some tips to get you headed in the right direction:
Best Buy will have: an HP Pavilion 17.3″ Laptop with 4GB RAM and 320GB hard drive for just $379.99, a 42″ 1080p 60Hz Sharp LCD HDTV for $199.99, an HTC Droid Incredible 2 with 2 year activation is FREE! (I need that!), an 8GB Apple iPhone 4 for just $99.99, an HP OfficeJet 4500 All-In-One Printer -for only $49.99, and Maytag top load washer and electric dryer for just $349.99 and $399.99.
Macy’s: Kenneth Cole New York Date-Function Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch for only $49.99 ( I bought my boyfriend one last year and paid way more than that!). They also have 7-piece bed sets for $49.99, which is on my list! And the clothes! Alfani and Kenneth Cole men’s coats for $60 and $70 and 50% off women’s boots! It’s going to be a mad house in Macy’s. Best tip: Don’t buy perfume or cologne here. There are waaayyy better deals at Amazon.com!
Ok, so in the best interest of everyone, I’ve decided it’s best to give you the websites where you can find amazing deals and you can browse through them yourself. Two great places to find Black Friday deals, store opening hours and to make sure you get in on the door-buster deals are: KSDK.com. They teamed up with CheapCheapCheap.com to gather accurate lists from 47 different stores offering Black Friday deals. It’s in a very easily printable format perfect to use as a shopping list. Also, www.blackfriday.info is an amazing site to find all the best deals. It offers 60+ stores participating in Black Friday. You simply click on one to be directed to their site to see the deals they are offering. Some items have a red asterisk next to them for even better door-buster deals. So if you’re going to Wal-Mart, don’t even bother going to sleep because they open at midnight…is it really worth it?
Do you have any other helpful sites or hints for Black Friday shoppers?Brought to you by Mills Properties Photos courtesy of 12geo.com & myblack-friday.com