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Black Friday

Black Friday is a shopping marathon, and you need to train hard to be in top form on the big day.  Finding Black Friday ads early and planning your shopping strategy is crucial.  In 2010, 212 million shoppers participated in Black Friday.  That’s a lot of competition in the parking lots and in the stores!  The busiest retailers on Black Friday include Amazon, Walmart, Target, Kohl’s, Kmart, JC Penney, Sears, Best Buy, Toys R Us, and Lowe’s.

If you want to get doorbusters or deals from the most popular retailers on Black Friday, you need to arrive incredibly early and be prepared to wait in line with a mob of other shoppers (unless you opt for shopping from home in your pajamas, of course)!

You may be sleepy from too much turkey on Thanksgiving.  You may be tired after a long weekend interacting with out-of-town guest.  But you have to bring your A-game on Black Friday or you risk being outsmarted in the aisles or missing out on the coveted doorbuster you waited in line all night for.

Keep reading to learn everything you need to know to get ready for a grueling great day of Black Friday shopping.

Black Friday Preparedness Guide

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