12 Days of Christmas Savings: Three-For-One French Hens on Black Friday
Use your budget and your list! Seriously. Do it. (Please refer to A Partridge in a Budget Tree.) You’ll be tired. There will be crowds. You don’t want to just pull things off the shelves at random.
Scan the ads. Take time to do your research today. Buy a newspaper. I’m not just saying that so I can stay employed, though it is a nice bonus. Compare from store to store, and refer to your list.
Get gift receipts. If something goes wrong, you’ll want to exchange it rather than get your $3 back and be crock-pot-less.
Show up early. Lots of stores lure shoppers in with early bird specials. Some stores open crazy early; for example, Kohl’s is opening at 3 a.m. this year. If you’re looking for deals on big-ticket items, you need to be at the front of the line. Nearly every big store has a limited number of the big buys.
Buy for all year. It’s OK to pick up things you’ll need for your home or yourself. Picking up birthday presents or anniversary gifts is a good idea, too.
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