Black Friday is approaching, and here’s our sneak peak for some of the hottest savings this holiday season, in no particular order.
The assemblage of bargain hunters, door-busting, and pretentious sales is near! Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year. Traditionally rolling out on November 23rd, this year the Black Friday Frenzy is a month-long celebration that begins long before Thanksgiving. In fact, some Black Friday deals began as early as November 1st.
Whether you’re brave enough to face rushing crowds in-store or online, it is important to create a battle strategy. Here is a guide to some holiday offerings to help you plan your savings:
The retail giant has kick-started its holiday sales by exclusively offering 18 Black Friday deals. The sale is already underway and featured on their site. In addition, early access to Black Friday deals will begin at 6 p.m on November 21st. In-store deals will take place on Thanksgiving at 6 p.m.
The mega-online retailer is offering pre-Thanksgiving sales in all departments. The retailer’s “Deal of the Day” offering includes savings as much as 55% off. There’s also a helpful clock on the Amazon’s website that counts down to when the sale expires.
The home of tech goodies is currently offering a pre-sale discount on a multitude of items, including TVs, computers, tablets, video-games, headphones, speakers and cellphones. Savings include up to $200 off the market value.
The place of home improvement and innovation flexed its muscles amongst retailers by beginning pre-Black Friday savings on November 1st. The store offerings include: up to 40% off special valued appliances, free local delivery, and up to 60% savings when you buy two or more selected major appliances. Lowe’s will be closed on Thanksgiving, however, the stores will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Black Friday.
This is just a snippet of the deals out in the market. In the upcoming days, make sure to visit your favorite retailer’s website and get a full listing of all the sales. Happy shopping!