Tuesday, 15 November 2016
As time-honored a tradition as turkey and stuffing, post-Thanksgiving sales have found their way into the hearts (and wallets) of families across the country.
As time-honored a tradition as turkey and stuffing, post-Thanksgiving sales have found their way into the hearts (and wallets) of families across the country. When the feast and football games are over, shoppers set out in anticipation of the coming holiday season and looking for deals.
On Black Friday, the budget-minded and brave embark on midnight missions to malls and department stores, looking for the best deals on everything from stocking stuffers and the year's hottest toys to big-ticket items like flat-screen televisions.
And thanks to Cyber Monday, anyone can join in the holiday shopping excitement and score great deals without ever leaving the comforting glow of the laptop.
But whether you join the crowds in the malls or online, you need a plan of attack and some savvy shopping tips.
Here are five tips to shop like a pro this Black Friday:
And here are five Cyber Monday shopping tips:
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