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Black Friday 2013

Black Friday 2013

Black Friday 2013 is quickly approaching.  Here are some things to help you plan your trip better.

Black Friday Opening Schedule:

Thursday November 28th

  • Kmart – 6am
  • Big Lots! – 7am
  • CVS (depends on your local store) – 7am
  • Dollar General – 7am
  • Walgreens – 8am
  • Toys R Us – 5pm
  • Michael’s – 4pm
  • Best Buy – 6pm
  • Sports Authority – 6pm
  • Walmart – 6pm
  • Old Navy – 7pm
  • Dick’s – 8pm
  • JCPenney – 8pm
  • Kohl’s – 8pm
  • Macy’s – 8pm
  • Modell’s – 8pm
  • Office Depot – 8pm
  • Office Max – 8pm
  • Staples – 8pm
  • Sears – 8pm
  • Target – 8pm

Friday November 29th

  • Bass Pro Shoppe – 5am
  • Lowe’s – 5am
  • Rite Aid – 7am
  • Sam’s Club – 7am
  • Stein Mart – 7am
  • PepBoys – 8am
  • Radio Shack – 8am
  • Costco – 9am

Black Friday Price Comparison Tool:

Use this awesome Black Friday Price Comparison Tool to search for the best deals on all the items on your holiday gift list.  Simply type in the item (i.e. Skylanders) and a list of stores that will be selling that item on Black Friday will appear.  Pick the stores you are interested in comparing and print your list.

Black Friday Ads 2013:

Check out the full list of Black Friday Ads 2013 with links to the ads and deals (when available).

Direct Links to Black Friday Ads:

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  • Someone who cares

    Please if you have any self respect and family DO NOT SHOP ON THANKSGIVING DAY. It’s bad enough that people are stepping over eachother on Friday. This, for some families is the only day they get to see eachother and these greedy company’s and corporations are trying to take that away. It is us and us alone that can stop it. If we shop they will keep doing it. But if they loose money they will never do it again. Please spend that time with your family not try to get a good deal.

    • Michelle Tavani- Shehadeh

      i completely agree especially i’m one of those worker who has to work thanksgiving and not spend it with my family ( i work in retail). May I make a suggestion for those who can’t pass up a good deal (lord know I’m one). many stores have the same prices online with the same discounts..So while the turkey is in the oven shop online….

    • Alex

      I agree but some people have no moral family values.