Do You Plan to Do Black Friday Shopping?
Black Friday 2018 is just around the corner.
But as we all know, Black Friday is hardly limited to just the day after Thanksgiving now. Today’s biggest retailers all have different ideas of when the day of sales should begin.
If you plan on shopping, here’s what time you can expect to head to some of today’s biggest retailers.
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Walmart Black Friday
Walmart’s Black Friday will begin their in-store events at 6 pm on Thanksgiving. And they’re kicking it off in style this year, with a two-hour pre-sale party featuring cookies and coffee to wake you up from your turkey-induced coma.
If you’d prefer to skip the lines and just order online, the Black Friday sales are already in action on Walmart’s website. But you can expect more from the online store at 10 PM this Wednesday.
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Target Black Friday
Target’s Black Friday begins also begins on Thanksgiving Day, at 5 PM. But don’t plan on pulling an all-nighter; the stores will close a 1 AM and re-open at 7 AM. Just enough time to fit in a power nap before heading back out for the day’s festivities!
Customers who order on Target’s website can expect free shipping on hundreds of thousands of items. And if you’ve got a Target Redcard, you’ll be eligible for exclusive early Black Friday deals the day before Thanksgiving.
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Best Buy Black Friday
Black Friday has long been synonymous with huge deals on electronics. This year, Best Buy is offering sales starting at 5 PM on Thanksgiving Day. Expect steep discounts on everything from HDTVs to your favorite kitchen appliances.
Amazon Black Friday
Before the 12 days of Christmas or the 8 days of Chanukah comes the 7 days of Amazon’s Black Friday.
And while it might feel that every day is Black Friday on Amazon, they would be hard pressed to miss out on one of retail’s most important cycles. They started their Black Friday sales on November 16, and will continue them for a week.
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Data Source: businessinsider.com, weeklyad.target.com, bestbuy.com, blackfriday.com