Frugal Friday: Savvy Shopping on Black Friday

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So, today’s the day. The biggest sales day for retailers across the country. The day after Thanksgiving, traditionally known as Black Friday, is the day that merchants hope to find themselves “in the black.” They want your money. It’s Christmas, anyway. Why not? Go spend. It’ll help the economy, stupid.

Well, before you do, I have some reading for you to do:

Happy Shopping!

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Don’t forget! December 11 is a special $10 Gift Frugal Friday.

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  1. I have only been shopping one time on Black Friday. I have found that the deals continue throughout the month of Dec. and even though you may not get the same deal, you can come pretty close. Much easier than fighting the crowds.
    Your list is great! Thanks for hosting!
    ~Liz

  2. Thanks for this post and all of the great links. I've been thinking about this topic a lot this year.