Okay - a new twist I have not seen before. Target is hosting it's first "Back in Black Friday" this Friday. They say their deals will be as good as Black Friday deals. It is only online & begins at 3 a.m. (not sure whose time zone). I also read somewhere that Sears, Kmart and several other retailers are holding "Christmas in July" sales through the 25th of July.
Normally I would have written a Hub on this, but the information is sketchy at best - Target is only showing "preview" items on their website and they are not advertising in stores. I do know Blue Ray players will be $99.00 (yes, a Christmas gift in the making)
by Bill Manning6 years ago
So now that the holiday buying has kicked in I'm looking forward to my Amazon stats. Of course today I see they are late getting updated!
by Novel Treasure4 years ago
I've seen a lot of hubs on Black Friday and Cyber Monday and I've done several myself. I actually had it flagged because it was categorized wrong. I think that brings up the issue that we don't have a specific hubtopic...
by Sherri6 years ago
I tossed around the idea of putting this thread in religion and beliefs, or politics and social issues, but I couldn't justify it...the fact that November has become the month of Black Fridays, courtesy of American...
by Betty Reid5 years ago
This Friday is Black Friday, the biggest Christmas shopping day of the year. Are you buying anything for yourself?
by lrohner6 years ago
Not me, that's for sure. For generations, my family's Black Friday tradition has been to start the Christmas cookie baking/freezing. Are any of you planning on fighting the crowds tomorrow???
by David 4705 years ago
I never went black friday shopping before. I normally would not today, but my Xbox 360 just so happen to break today.... ON THANSKGIVING !!! So I see this deal at Best Buy to pay $199.99 and get an Xbox Slim...
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