Black Friday is just two days away, and now is the time to get ready for your early shopping gameplan.
If Thanksgiving is calm and peaceful, then Black Driday couldn't be any more opposite, so if you are one of the early riser bargain hunters, here's what to do.
At 3 a.m., head to Old Navy on Highway 6 & 50, they open first and some early shoppers will score free videogames, on top of that, they have monster deals on their clothes.
Then, at 4 a.m., head to Herbergers at the Mesa Mall, where store manager Lynnette Summy says they will blow your socks off with their discounts, "We have so many doorbusters, we had to go into the mall hallway to fit everything."
Herberger's will fill up the mall hallway with goods because they have so much stuff on sale, what they are though is a mistery because their deals are totally confidential, "Top secret, top secret," says Summy, "so please come see us."
Then, if you're alive at five, go to Best Buy for some mind-boggling bargains.
One style of Hewlitt Packard laptop, for example, which normally goes for $598 will go on sale for $197.
If you plan on sleeping in and shop local, U.S. Tech on Patterson Avenue is the ticket.
Manager Earl Cogeill says they plan on having massive discounts, "there's dozens of dozens of products either at cost or below," Cogeill says.
They open at eight and if you find a better deal somewhere else, bring in a competitor price and they'll match it.
And if you need anymore help, head to blackfriday.com for more big bargains.
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