Shopping during the Black Friday sales can save you a bundle, if you know what you are doing. As you can read very often in our Black Friday deals coverage, Black Friday is starting weeks before the day after Thanksgiving. Only if you see the whole November as the Black Friday 2010 sales event you can save substantial on your holiday gift purchases. As it showed in the past, lots of deals are way better in the weeks leading up to Black Friday.
Black Friday has become an ultra strong marketing and sales term that retailers use generously to drive sales. For consumers it is important to be smart about the advertised deals to not fall for bad deals.
Our partner Dealnews has posted an interesting report about the facts behind 15 Black Friday myths. The report explains that Black Friday Doorbusters are not free and Black Friday prices are not necessarily the lowest prices of the year. You also learn that there are more Black Friday deals than the ones featured in the big Black Friday sales circulars.
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We will help you guide you through the Black Friday 2010 sales madness in our Black Friday coverage as in the past years. We will analyze the advertised deals for you and tell you what the great deals are. The Black Friday 2010 sales will start this weekend, but we actually already have seen Black Friday worthy deals in the past two weeks.