The Black Friday ads have been leaking out, which means it's time to start preparing for shopping on Thanksgiving night or the day after. Very few people enjoy fighting crowds at three of four different stores, so iff you have to choose which it should be?
Very few people enjoy fighting crowds at three of four different stores, so if you have to choose which should it be.
If you know what you're looking for and skip the first hour, Black Friday still offers incredible saving. So with the help of Deal News and the WalletHub, we found some of the best places to save the most.
- Macy's clothing
- J.C. Penney: Home goods
- Kohl's: Clothing, jewelry and Kohl's cash back
- Target: Electronics and toys
- Walmart: Off-brand TVs, gaming and toys
- Best Buy: Name brand TVs and laptops
But from the doesn't-that-stink file: assuming Amazon has the lowest Black Friday prices. Deal News says Amazing requires patience, as you have to watch their lightning deals.
Overpay and you'll say doesn't that stink?
The Good News: You can set up Amazon price alerts at sites like honey and camelcamelcamel.com.
Bottom line, pick the store that best meets your needs. And if you are turned off by the crowds, you can do almost all your Black Friday shopping online these days so you don't have to waste your money.
Scripps Media consumer reporter John Matarese contributed to this report.
Clarification: This story initially contained the wrong Black Friday-story text.