Whether you are shopping Black Friday in person, online, or are saying “no thank you” to the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, I know you’re curious what’s going on. The folks at WalletPop.com, a major personal finance site that I blog for, has lots of info.
Seasoned Black Friday shoppers know that the best way to save during this all-important shopping day is to plot out a course of action ahead of time. That means knowing what you want and where to get it — at the lowest possible price, of course. Black Friday shopping guide: Best places to buy
Have you ever shopped online through a “cash back” site? The main ones are ExtraBux, eBates, and Cashbaq. The way it works is you register for free at one of these sites, then click through to the retailer of your choice. They track what you purchase and send you a check a few weeks later with a percentage of your purchase. Cash back rebate deals on Black Friday
The ads are in! While this info is gathered in a lot of places, we thought you might like a handy list of where you can find the actual circulars from your favorite stores. So peruse away! Black Friday 2009: The ads are in, and here’s where to find them
Even though many stores are trying to keep their Cyber Monday sales under wraps until after Black Friday we found several places to go looking for the best bargains on Cyber Monday. Where to find Cyber Monday deals.
The ramp up to Black Friday has been more energetic this year than any I can remember. There’s a near insatiable thirst for discounts and door busters and retailers are more than willing to do whatever it takes to satisfy that thirst. Say hi to Mom and Pop: Shop local on Black Friday.
Experts are predicting 76.9 million people are going to shop on Black Friday, which means safety will be an issue. You probably remember last year a Walmart employee was trampled to death in the rush? I called expert shopper Suzanne O’Connor of BargainsLA.com for advice to stay safe in big crowds. Be safe on Black Friday (BargainBabe).