In the US the biggest shopping day of the year is coming up this Friday. Also known as Black Friday, consumers battle crowds to get the best deals. If you like to take advantage of the markdowns, I wanted to save you some time by sharing links to some of the most popular brick and mortar stores. You can either plan your Black Friday shopping trip, or order online and avoid the crowds!. The following links take you directly to the most popular Black Friday sales page, saving you time searching.
Don’t forget Cyber Monday. Cyber Monday offers the best deals on electronics and always falls on the Monday after Thanksgiving, so here goes:
If you’re an online shopper only, pay attention to the online only Black Friday Doorbusters at many of the big retail stores. Online is the easiest and most convenient way to shop and most larger retail stores will offer free shipping to stay competitive. Don’t go overboard though. Have a plan and a list and shop only for the things you need and items that don’t create clutter! If you’re anti-Black Friday, check out my blog post about Buy Nothing Day.
You could also bookmark sites like Black Friday Ads , BlackFriday.com, and FatWallet.com for the latest information. Plus, check out FatWallet.com’s cool infographic below sharing some colorful stats on Black Friday.