Are you ready for Black Friday? Friday November 28, 2008 is Black Friday, the day when merchants offer doorbuster deals. Before you start your holiday shopping, check out this Top 5 list and discover the best Black Friday deals.
1. BFAds.net – Black Friday 2008
BFAds.net has over 50 companies in their database, including Costco, Burlington Coat, JC Penny, RadioShack, and Office Max. Stay updated with the Black Friday newsletter and come out a winner with their daily give-aways.
Traditionally, Black Friday actual printed ads come with your newspaper on Thanksgiving Day. In some areas they will be in the paper on Wednesday or on Black Friday itself. However on BlackFriday.GottaDeal.com you can find these specials in advance so you can set your shopping list, and plan your day. This site provides lists of the ad items including links to the item pages on store web sites when available. Looking for a special item? Check the forum and get helpful advice from super shoppers.
DealInfo has deals for the online shopper as well as for those of you that like to touch your merchandise and enjoy the thrill of the hunt. Pre-Thanksgiving, pre-black Friday, Black Friday and Pre-cyber Monday sections. black Friday
DealTaker.com has an online slant to the deals featured and includes coupons and specials for Cyber Monday. While Black Friday is a very popular shopping day when bargains are most prevalent, there are a lot of items you may be able to pick up well before the big day hits. DealTaker’s discussion forum has a constant flow of about 30-40 (or more) great deal items every day, many for a fraction of the normal cost.
TheBlackFriday.com is one of the most popular sources of black Friday sale information. The website has been featured on various TV channels, newspapers, radio stations and magazines. TheBlackFriday has specials for The Disney Store, Old Navy, Wal Mart, Staples, TJ Maxx, Pep Boys, and lots more.