Up to 152 Million Shoppers Expected to Visit Stores this Black Friday weekend.
After online Black Friday Sales turned Thanksgiving Day into a Black Thursday or maybe better a Cyber Thursday the Black Friday shoppers have headed out to the stores. The first Black Friday in store events have already launched. ToysRUs opened at 9pm and Walmart at 10pm.
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The National Retail Association expects 152 million shoppers for the Black Friday weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), higher than the 138 million people who planned to do so last year. According to the survey, 74 million people say they will definitely hit the stores and another 77 million are waiting to see if the bargains are worth braving the cold and the crowds.
At midnight several new Black Friday Sales will launch online including Dell and Apple. Enough reason to stay home and not run around in the middle of the night. Browse the currently available Black Friday Online Sales.
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