Black Friday requires preparation to not end up in a disaster.
Black Friday got a bad reputation a couple years ago when crowd control procedures have not been in place. Back in 2008 a Walmart worker died when doors opened for Black Friday. No wonder that big retailers take Black Friday seriously. Besides customer and employee safety, stores also want to have smooth transactions to maximize sales and keep customers satisfied.
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Best Buy has staged Black Friday on the weekend to simulate Black Friday at Best Buy. They even had a simulated line. Sales people trained to guide the pretend shoppers to the deals they want. Best Buy associates got also briefed on the details of this years Black Friday deals. They also reviewed the doorbuster ticket policy and more. The Houston Chronicle witnessed a Best Buy Black Friday simulation at a local store.
"This is our Super Bowl," General manager Pipo Rodriguez told the more than 100 employees surrounding him. "This is our World Cup. This is our NBA Finals."
I have described how Black Friday works at Best Buy in detail on the example on how to get Best Buy's $149.99 49-inch Toshiba doorbuster deal.
The Best Buy stores open at 5pm on Thanksgiving Day and stay open until 1am for the Best Buy Black Friday 2015 Sale. Best Buy stores re-open at 8am on Black Friday, November 27. The Best Buy Black Friday 2015 sale is available online all day. Best Buy is not revealing the exact start time of the online sale because they do not want to risk a server meltdown.
Best Buy has launched a new early Black Friday Sale on Sunday offering new deals including on the iPhone.
All Black Friday 2015 ads have been released and with the release of the Amazon Black Friday 2015 deals, the best Black Friday 2015 deals are revealed.
We will bring you extensive rumors, news, ads, deals and reviews of everything Black Friday 2015 has to offer and will guide you to the hottest bargains like we did in the past years.
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If you have a question about Black Friday, drop a comment below or email us, we are here to help. Connect with Black Friday shoppers in our Black Friday Community on Facebook. Black Friday 2015 is on November 27th, 2015. The Black Friday 2015 sale begin midnight Thanksgiving Day online and as early as 6am in stores. Most major retailer open their stores at 5pm and 6pm on Thanksgiving Day.