Hot-Ticket Items And Biggest Savings For Shoppers Begins Thursday
The countdown is on for the biggest shopping day of the year -- Black Friday. This year, the deals are bigger than ever... and they're available sooner...
Here's the break down on the biggest deals around... and where to be and when to be there.
From new televisions to classic toys -- there's something out there for everyone this shopping season. Those prepared to wait in line are sure to save, but even if you're not prepared to brave the cold and crowds, you'll still be able to save big on some hot-ticket items.
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, stores are stocking shelves to prepare for the busiest time of the year...
All items at least 50 percent off with hot-ticket toys and classics like Barbie and Lego. And new favorites for kids like Leapfrog Learning tablets and Monster High dolls.
But Donna Pritchad says she just scored early on her i-Pad, one of Best Buy's hottest items this year, and it comes with a $100 giftcard.
But what is the ultimate gift shoppers will be going for at Best Buy?
Best Buy is welcoming shoppers at 6 p.m. Thursday. Target plans to open its doors at 8 p.m.
Both stores say they'll have extra staff on hand starting tomorrow night, almost double compared to usual. And they are asking customers to be patient as they're shopping..so that Black Friday runs smoothly.
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