Sure, day-after-Thanksgiving sales are a great time to find good prices, but not everything is on sale. Here's what you should wait to purchase.
What should you be looking for at the day-after-Thanksgiving sales? Electronics top the list, especially HDTVs and laptops.
Despite the popularity of online shopping, brick-and-mortar shopping is valuable because it lets you see what you're buying. What should you watch out for at the store?
Day-after-Thanksgiving sale ads for two more big-box stores are leaked, and Lowe's sweetens the pot with Thanksgiving-day online specials.
Also, Macy's will open its doors at midnight on Thanksgiving.
Who's got the best Black Friday deals? Several big retailers have already released their day-before-Thanksgiving sale prices, so you can decide.
HDTVs top the list of bargains at the electronics giant's day-after-Thanksgiving sale this year. Others include laptops, Blu-ray players and discs, game consoles and more.
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