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Monday, November 20, 2006

Guide to Black Friday

Paul Stamatiou has written a step-by-step guide to prepare for Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when retailers heavily discount products to draw in shoppers. To see what's on sale, he lists these sites, which compile Black Friday ads:
And, I love this tip:
Hide it. Okay, this is kinda sketchy and definitely not for those with any morals. Go to the store sometime before Black Friday, find what you want and hide it, hide it well - really really well. For example, if you’re at Best Buy and want to get a memory stick, hiding it inside one of the washing machines or refrigerators on display is a sneaky and nearly flawless tactic.
How To: Make the Most of Black Friday


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