It’s the Blackest Time of the Year: Surviving Black Friday Shopping

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November 23, 2011 ‐ By

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Thanksgiving is tomorrow! And while getting pudgy on that good stuff, laughing with friends and family, and being thankful (yada, yada, yada) is pretty much the most important aspect of your Thursday, we know what your mind will be on once that food is cooked: Black Friday!

Most normal people will probably wait until Friday afternoon to head to overcrowded malls, boutiques and department stores, but the thirsty folks (there’s no shame in your game!) will probably be up bright–make that dark–and early trying to grab some deals. Keep these tips in mind as you get prepared for the second big part of your holiday weekend. Happy shopping!

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  • Barshabains

    stupid article.

  • Jean_Harlow

    I don’t care about this Black Friday (or as I like to call it FRIDAY) garbage, just another day when adults act like goons over materialistic stuff. I swear Christmas has became commercialized and materialized and only care about money. This is why I teach my kids that Xmas isn’t about Santa Claus and getting toys, it’s about celebrating the birth of Jesus and be giving to those who is unfortunate.