black friday shopping

Holiday Shopping Hours

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Toys “R” Us is opening its doors on Thanksgiving Day but not everyone is thankful for the early opportunity.

The retail toy giant has announced that it will open up for shopping at 5 PM on Thanksgiving Day and remain open until 11 PM on Black Friday. This will give people 30 full hours to cross some items off their holiday gift lists.  read more »

Black Friday

Thanksgiving is right around the corner; and close on its heels is the biggest shopping day of the year.

This year the turkey will barely be digested before stores open to shoppers. Earlier this week target announced it was opening its doors at 8 PM on Thanksgiving Day. It will be open for 27 hours not closing until 11 PM the day after. Target will also be offering hundreds of deals online beginning Thanksgiving morning. And if all that wasn’t enough the store is featuring 15 online only daily discounts for two weeks beginning Sunday November 24th.

Traditionally the Friday after turkey day, known to die hard shoppers as Black Friday is the start of the holiday shopping season. But these days’ retailers can’t wait to make a dent in your bank account.  read more »

Black Friday

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner; and close on its heels is the biggest shopping day of the year.

This year the turkey will barely be digested before stores open to shoppers. Earlier this week target announced it was opening its doors at 8 PM on Thanksgiving Day. It will be open for 27 hours not closing until 11 PM the day after. Target will also be offering hundreds of deals online beginning Thanksgiving morning. And if all that wasn’t enough the store is featuring 15 online only daily discounts for two weeks beginning Sunday November 24th.

Traditionally the Friday after turkey day, known to die hard shoppers as Black Friday is the start of the holiday shopping season. But these days’ retailers can’t wait to make a dent in your bank account.  read more »

An Early Start

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Retail stores are preparing for Black Friday and this year it's coming earlier than ever.

While most people will enjoy family and food on Thanksgiving employees of most major stores are greeting customers. In previous years the traditional kick off to Black Friday shopping is midnight. But this time around stores such as K-Mart, Walmart and Old Navy opened on Thanksgiving Day.

Retail analysts say the fight for shoppers is more intense this year because people are expected to be spending money. The national retail federation expects holiday sales to be up two point percent. And retailers want to do whatever they can to make sure whatever money people do spend is spent with them.  read more »