Black Friday Deals 2011

By Livingly Staff on
Black Friday refers to the start of the Christmas shopping season - traditionally set on the Friday immediately after Thanksgiving.The holiday season is right around the corner, which means Christmas shopping has already started, but the real starting gun for deals is the day after Thanksgiving, AKA Black Friday. In anticipation of the year's biggest shopping and saving day, Best Buy has already announced some of their "doorbuster" deals.If you aren't in a turkey-coma and are willing to...Read Full Story

Best Buy on Black Friday - Extreme Deals

By Darrick Thomas on
Who's ready to get their shop on? The holiday season is right around the corner, which means Christmas shopping has already started, but the real starting gun for deals is the day after Thanksgiving, AKA Black Friday. In anticipation of the year's biggest shopping and saving day, Best Buy has already announced some of their "doorbuster" deals.If you aren't in a turkey-coma and are willing to battle it out with the mob, the giant electronics dealer has some ridiculous deals in the works. Take...Read Full Story

Best Buy Black Friday Deals 2011

By Darrick Thomas on
Who's ready to get their shop on? The holiday season is right around the corner, which means Christmas shopping has already started, but the real starting gun for deals is the day after Thanksgiving, AKA Black Friday. In anticipation of the year's biggest shopping and saving day, Best Buy has already announced some of their "doorbuster" deals.If you aren't in a turkey-coma and are willing to battle it out with the mob, the giant electronics dealer has some ridiculous deals in the works. Take...Read Full Story

Waiting in Line Sucks -- The Best Black Friday Deals Online

By Jake on
Sure, you could get up at 1 am on Friday morning and go stand in line in some godforsaken parking lot outside a Wal-Mart. People do all kinds of dumb things. But for those that prefer to sleep off the turkey and avoid the crowds, there's still some seriously hot savings to be had on Friday online, and you don't have to worry about getting clocked by a pyscho soccer mom scrambling for a discounted Nintendo Wii. Here's some tips how:1. Get Started EarlyMany retailers begin their sales online...Read Full Story

Black Friday 2008: Be Prepared

By Tatiana Guertin on
There’s a chill in the air as the early morning dew begins to settle and the sun slowly starts to rise. Mobs of people gather, antsy, impatient and hungry for one thing… deals. Yes, when most of the nation is home, sleeping warm in their beds, a select few are brave enough to endure the madness that is Black Friday. If you’re a wuss or a push over, Black Friday is probably not for you. The day after Thanksgiving is usually known in the U.S. as Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the...Read Full Story