Thanksgiving And Black Friday Sales Leave No Time For The Turkey

Posted: Nov 17 2007, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:30am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Thanksgiving and Black Friday Sales leave no time for the Turkey
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Like last year Black Friday sales will start Thanksgiving day in stores and also online. There are also stores that go even further and have pre-thanksgiving sale starting this weekend.

Wal-mart promises 24h deals online Thanksgiving deals on Thanksgiving day and early Black Friday morning deals. There is just no break for eating Turkey in this schedule.
Sales continue over the weekend and of course Cyber Monday at Wal-mart. We will keep you posted on the deals for each sales special event.

At Amazon the first round of Amazon Customers Vote deals is going on sale on Thanksgiving day. Currently it looks like the $79 Wii will be the winner.
Additionally Amazon has setup a Black Friday deals page (page already live). will be offering hourly deals from 6am to 6pm PST along with thousands of products on sale for a limited time. Also, you will get gift wrapping for $.99 per item.

Almost every store has Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales and on top of that you also should check out the in-store deals. As said no time for Turkey eating...

Besides the Nintendo Wii and Sony PS3 all things Guitar are supposed to be hot Christmas sellers.

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