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Where are you planning to camp out on Black Friday?

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So with more and more "leaked" ads (Target, Toys R Us, Kohls, etc) surfacing on Where are you planning to camp out? For me, I've been looking at the ads but nothing seem to really stand out for me. I'm definitely looking forward for Fry's, Best Buy, and Wal-Mart ads to see what they have to offer on Black Friday. As for now, I'll be camping out in front of my computer at home. :)
TOTOOO posted Nov 11, 2010

Same here. Haven't been to any stores on BF in years. I have found many great deals close to if not better online after BF. Don't have to deal with the maddening crowds and limited items. I feel many retailers will continue to offer specials way after BF to Christmas to boost sales. With the exception of a few, many retailers reported disappointing sales in the last quarter and will probably be more creative in trying to get a year end boost. Many are already holding pre-BF deals.

chuckydealpl (rep: 59.7k) posted Nov 11, 2010


ahhhhhhhhhh that's the question of the month isn't it? =p

as of now, i dont think i'm "camping" out in front of any store. i was thinking about best buy...though dont know their deals yettt. i think the experience would be fun ...esp while i'm still young! get some friends together, hot chocolate, some games and movies...could be fun! buttt we'll see. usually after we eat, id rather hang out by the fire place! =)

i'll probably end up outlet mall shopping at midnight though! midnight madness is always funnn!!! excitinggg, adrenaline flowinggg, and lotsa great deals with additional sales! =)

Christine (rep: 29.2k) posted Nov 11, 2010


My apartment :)...

wannabecool (rep: 1.2k) posted Nov 11, 2010


It all depends on whether the ads make it worth it. I've done the whole experience before several times (get there the day before, brave the cold and have fun with friends). It doesn't seem to me like the deals are as amazing as in years past, I assume the economy is to blame.

I think the stores are trying to beat each other and get you in earlier and earlier every year (eg, all the pre BF sales, and even mid-year "BF" sales). If it keeps up, pretty soon all the stores will be having BF during spring break.

maven3 (rep: 5.2k) posted Nov 11, 2010


Bestbuy usually has some great deals but the only problem is that the lines really develop to be long. Walmart is also a great place to check out for black friday.

deal (rep: 7k) posted Nov 16, 2010