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Black Friday, one of the biggest shopping days of the year, is right around the corner, starting on Thanksgiving Day. Thousands of local shoppers will line up outside of big box retailers and sit in front of their computers with the goal of claiming the best deals on a variety of items. Here is our complete guide to navigating deals ranging from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday.
Shopping tipsMake a plan
Lisa Jones, spokeswoman for the Williamsburg Premium Outlets suggests that shoppers make plan for parking and opening times and familiarize themselves with the store, area and deals they are shopping for on Thursday night. At the Williamsburg Outlets, she suggests customers park behind Polo Ralph Lauren. The parking lot has 500 spaces that fill up quickly and provide easy access to the management office. The lot is also one of the easiest ways to come and go from the shopping center.
“Go to the deals page and see what stores are offering the best discounts and fit your needs the best,” Jones said.
Peninsula retailers are prepared for a better holiday shopping season this year, but consumers may notice different store strategies as online becomes an increasingly popular destination. These websites list the biggest door busters and compare deals between stores to make your shopping experience easier, ensuring you get the best price.
“The sites compare prices and most do a pretty good job at it,” Tietjens said. “It’s their experience, and for us this is our 15th year.”
Pay attention to early deals, opening times, online deals
Many big box and local retailers offer their Black Friday deals online early and throughout the weekend starting on Thursday morning. It’s important to recognize that those deals will open at different times than the in store deals. Thursday versus its in store shopping, which begins at 6 that evening. Some Cyber Monday deals begin on Sunday instead of Monday or are open throughout the weekend. “Some customers don’t want to put their information our there, so they can come in store.”
Don’t wait for door busters
A lot of Black Friday deals continue into the weekend and correspond with Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. However if you wait too long, you could miss a door buster, Tietjens said. He advises shoppers of the limited supply of door buster deals. Many door busters only have a certain amount in stock at the store, meaning if you want it, getting to the store early on Thursday is your best bet.
Big deals on Black FridayBlack Friday is big deal for technology sales and one of the best times in addition to Cyber Monday to grab a tech toy or television at a low price. The iWatch Series 1 typically retails at $249.99, but it will be available for $179.99, saving shoppers $70 on Black Friday. Shoppers can score an addition to their iWatch or enhance their music listening by snagging the Powerbeats Wireless 3 earphones for $159.99 (save $40) along with a free $20 Target gift card when you buy at Target. The Beats Solo 3 Wireless Headphones will be $239.99 (save $60) and will come with a free $30 Target gift card.
Kohl’s is back with its limited quantity door busters as well as offering $15 Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent. Buy a Microsoft X Box One for $189.99 (originally $279.99), Amazon Echo Dot for $29.99 (originally $49.99) and a high definition HP Action Camera similar to a GoPro for $29.99 (originally $49.99). Friday. The Amazon Fire Tablet 8GB will retail for $29.99 on Black Friday (typically is $49.99). Save $200 on 13.3 inch MacBook Air with 8GB memory by snagging it for $799.99. Thursday in stores and all day online. Deals include $125 Element 39 inch Classic Smart TV, a Nintendo Switch for $299 and a 55 inch Sharp 4K for $298 one of the best television deals.
Home, clothing and pet goods
JCPenney once again is offering its popular coupon giveaway. Thursday opening time to receive one of the following coupons: $500 off a $500 purchase, $100 off a purchase of $100 or more, or $10 off a purchase of $10 or more. Travelers can get any size of the On Tour Open Stock Hardside Luggage at JCPenney for $39.99, which retails regularly anywhere between $180 $220.
JCPenney is selling slow cookers, mini choppers and toasters, starting as low as $4.99. Many of the $7.99 small kitchen appliances come with a $12 mail in rebate and $14.99 Pyrex storage sets come with a $15 mail in rebate. Kohl’s is selling comforters for $59.99, small kitchen appliances starting at $4.99 with a $12 mail in rebate, shoes starting at $19.99 and clothing for kids starting at $4.99.
PetSmart is offering 41 cent cans of Friskies cat food before noon Friday and the Auquon LED fish tank and touchscreen is $99.99 (originally $124.99). Bed, Bath Beyond is offering 20 percent off the entire purchase and $30 off Keurig coffee makers.
Toys, games and crafts
Walmart is marking down electronics such as ONN Mobile Virtual Reality Headset for $5, select video games for $9 and shoppers can save $100 the Play Station 4 by buying it for $199 on Thursday. Walmart stores are also offering the Disney “Frozen” Power Wheel for $293, a hoverboard for $293 and a Walmart only exclusive deal on a Hatchimals Surprise for around $52.