As the much awaited Black Friday nears, news of which items will be discounted in consumers’ favorite retail stores have started to do their rounds on the internet.
Following what transpired last year when advertisements started leaking online ahead of the big day, Blackfriday.com has already shared catalogs of Target, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Ace Hardware, Bonton, Craft Warehouse, Dollar General, Five Below, Gamestop, JCPenney, Meijer, Petco, Pet Smart, Pier 1 Imports, Sam’s Club, Sears, Sports Authority, Staples and Walgreens.
For this year, Target features 36 pages of bargain stuff that most probably will excite buyers of different ages as it includes “100s of doorbusters” and “1000s of deals” that range from toys, technological devices to home appliances. The store claims that they have the lowest prices ever for televisions and they are also giving free GiftCards. They also have buy-one, take-one and 40 percent off all apparel and accessories.
For people who may want to maximize the promo, if they spend $75 dollars and more, they can avail of 20 percent off the price in one of their Target trips from December 4 to 13. Moreover, if they shop on Saturday, they can get 50 percent off purchase of $100 or more. The doors will open on Thankgiving, November 26 at 6pm.
Another retail giant Macy’s has a 56-page brochure detailing what is waiting for their customers. According to Huffington Post, some of the best deals are coupons for $10 off a purchase of $25 or more and $20 off a purchase of $50 or more; half price on some women’s boots; a sheet set from $140 to $160 now down to $29.99; and $12 rebate for some Bella brand kitchen appliances.
The department store will start its sale on Thankgiving as well and remain open until 1pm on Black Friday. They will also have doorbusters on Saturday, November 28 from 7am to 1pm.
The report added that Walmart, Best Buy and others are yet to release their list of offerings but they can be expected to arrive in the coming days.