The day after Thanksgiving sale is one shoppers and retailers alike look forward to on an annual basis. WiredPRNews.com — This year’s Black Friday is expected to particularly be a sigh of relief for consumers who might not otherwise be able to afford gifts this holiday season due to financial strain brought on by the current economic crisis. Lauren Sherman of Forbes.com recently posted a list online of the top retailers that customers can go to for the best money saving deals on Friday, November 28.
T.J. Maxx, Bloomingdale’s, FAO Swartz, Lord Taylor, and Chelsea Premium Outlets are included on the list for offering 15-70 percent markdowns on prices for clothing and other items. Home Depot and Lowes are listed for providing discounted home supplies, and Sears, Wal-Mart, and Best Buy round out the list for their sales on appliances and electronics.
Retailers offering customers Black Friday sales will typically open their doors at 5:00 a.m. to kick off the event.
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