Black Friday is the day after the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States and is well known for big sales and early morning shoppers. The trick is finding out ahead of time where to go for the best deals.
There are several Web sites that list Black Friday sales ahead of their official announcements:
- DealBrothers offers up great deals every day, and categorizes products so it's easier for you to find what you are looking for.
- BlackFriday.info has links to the sale fliers for several companies such as Best Buy, MacMall, Staples, and Amazon.com
- BFAds has links to many of the same sale ads as BlackFriday.info, and tells you how many products each store will offer at sale prices, too.
- TheBlackFriday.com offers links to sale ads, and includes some Black Friday-related news, too.
Shoppers willing to brave the insanity of Black Friday sales can find some great deals in stores, but thanks to online shopping, there's plenty of saves to be had from the comfort of your own Internet connection. I usually watch the sales for hard drive specials as an excuse to add more storage to my backup routine.