Yes, friends a man-made monster is indeed on the loose and is coming to a city near you. Look out, its> Black Friday the monster shopping sale day. This shopping catastrophe of in-store overcrowding is on the It will leave carnage in its wake and shoppers sleeping in their cars overnight. This year, many stores are starting their “Black Friday” really early. Walmart has announced that they are going to open at 8 am on Thanksgiving day. Is nothing sacred? I bet their employees are really excited about that. Not.
The traditional contagion known as Black Friday takes over the mild mannered, luring them out to malls in the US at 4am and 5am, in a mad rush to get into the store early for door buster specials and promises like “the first 50 customers in the store will receive “…… fill in the blank. So far, a few deals are already posted on the Black Friday deals site. Both the 674-item Walmart Black Friday advertisement listing along with the 45-page Walmart Black Friday advertisement scans are online at BFAds.net. Walmart is saying that these three doorbusters will remain in-stock from 10pm to 11pm on Thanksgiving Night. Here they are, and they are all electronics.
Target hasn’t posted their deals yet, but they have a sign-up form on Target.com for customers to sign up. I’ll be posting soon on fashion deals, but you can expect doorbusters from JC Penney and Kohl’s on their fashions and cosmetics. Kohl’s is getting started early with a sale this weekend offering 30% off for Kohl’s Cardholders + Kohl’s Cash promotion. Here are the details. For Kohl’s cardholders, use coupon code SHOP30 to take 30% off your order. For non-cardholders, use coupon code GRATITUDE to take 15% off your entire order! Plus, everyone (cardholders and non-cardholders) gets $10 Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent, with no limit, through Monday, November 12. I’m thinking about going for my Narcisco Rodriguez at Kohl’s this weekend. Watch this space!