A Crash Course for First-Time Black Friday Shoppers

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A Crash Course for First-Time Black Friday Shoppers

Statistics made available by the NRF reveal that past year 110 million shoppers headed to the web for Black Friday deals. Maybe news footage made you decide not to fearless the crowds. You might be able to find out about special deals if you sign up for a retailer's email newsletter ahead of the big day. Quite the contrary - you'll end up wasting money, and for no good reason.

If you're finally ready to experience the event for yourself, here's what you need to know compete with the most seasoned shoppers - while keeping your spending in check. The store map is customized for your local store and shows exactly where Black Friday deals will be located in the store.

Shopping on Black Friday is extremely hectic and overwhelming due to so many fantastic deals. Black Friday sales have been growing year on year and analysts expect 2017 to break the record for the biggest day of online shopping ever. To help you, we have put together these tips for saving at both on-line and in-store sales on Black Friday. Unfortunately, millions of Americans will be hitting the stores the following morning without having so much as digested their food to capitalize on the so-called best deals around. "Customers win because of that". If you think you're getting a deal, you'll feel compelled to make a purchase. But weigh your options. Pull out your smartphone and buy those great online deals while you wait to make your brick-and-mortar store purchases. Acer have established a reputation for delivering high performance hardware at affordable prices, resulting in plenty of great value laptop deals this Black Friday. This year, ads have already surfaced from retailers like Kohl's and J.C. Penney. Make sure to use the best card for every store. Prioritize these items by making them the first stop on your Black Friday shopping trip. Will you be one of them?

In short, you're influenced by the actions of those around you, he says. By driving more shoppers online through extended sales periods, total spending during Black Friday 2017 is on track to reach new heights. Why not? Retailers will try very hard to get you to buy things that are not on your list.

Everything you've heard about Black Friday is probably true. This helps to save time and avoid missing the online and in-store deals.

If you're nervous about holding your own, Newman advises taste-testing Black Friday by shopping online deals this year.

Make sure you have some comparison-shopping apps such as ShopSavvy, BuyVia, Flipp, RetailMeNot and SlickDeals. Not only that, but last year, at least 32 major retailers offered the same Black Friday deals as the year before - meaning that if you were in the market for the latest items out there, you were essentially out of luck.

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