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How to Find the Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

November 22, 2022

Holiday sales seem to start earlier every year, but savvy shoppers still mark their calendars for Black Friday and Cyber Monday to score the ultimate deals.


Along with turkey and football, Thanksgiving weekend just isn't complete without some doorbuster deals. Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving) and Cyber Monday (the Monday after Thanksgiving) mark the official start of the holiday shopping season.


Whether you're shopping in-store or online this holiday season, these shopping tips will help you score the perfect gifts for your friends and family at the best prices. Chances are you'll save enough to treat yourself, too!


Find Great Deals From Home


These days, retailers may offer more options online than they do in stores. Plus, you can shop from the comfort of your sofa while wearing your PJs. Here's some tips for shopping from home:


  • Before the sales hit, sign up for loyalty programs for your favorite stores and brands, and follow their social accounts to be the first to know about what's on sale. If you have your eye on a certain item, put it in your shopping cart before Thanksgiving — this makes it easier to track your potential purchases and buy an item when you're ready or when it goes on sale.


Get Great Deals On the Go


If you prefer heading to the stores, start early. That means potentially getting all of your shopping done before Thanksgiving Day. And if you're venturing out for Black Friday deals, plan ahead.


Before you go, download an app like BuyVia, Shopkick or ShopSavvy to compare prices by scanning a bar code. Some stores even offer a price match if you show them a better offer.


On the morning of Black Friday, create a shopping plan:


  • Prioritize your stops to get your most-wanted high-ticket items first.
  • Avoid wasting time on out-of-stock items by first checking inventory online.
  • Finally, don't leave without a gift receipt, in case the item doesn't work out.


You can keep your shopping vibe going by supporting local merchants on Small Business Saturday (the day after Black Friday). And don't forget to consider a donation to your favorite charities on GivingTuesday (the day after Cyber Monday).


Happy Shopping!


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