It’s November again, and that of course means that some people are gearing up for Black Friday. The Friday after Thanksgiving is largely known for being the single largest shopping day of the year, as people lineup for hours in order to find the best deals.
For shoppers who like to get ahead of the game, here are some of the best websites that you can use in order to prepare for the big day on November 27th.
Bestblackfriday.com is a relatively newcomer to the scene, with 2015 only being its fourth Black Friday. However, that doesn’t stop it from being one of the best. It has a collection of ad scans, a list of store hours and predictions on what will be offered by each store.
BFAds.net is one of the best known Black Friday websites. It lets users compare deals offered by stores, while also informing users of newly announced sales. The website will also offer its own buying guides based on what people are looking to purchase.
BlackFriday.com is one of many websites that claims to be the “official” website of Black Friday. However, this one has the domain name to support such a claim. The website will send users alerts as soon as new advertisements are posted. It will also inform users of store hours and tell them about exclusive online bargains.
DealNews posts major sales throughout the year, and it has a dedicated Black Friday section on its website. The website offers traditional ad scans, as well as predictions regarding what sales are likely to be offered by each store. The website is particularly strong when it comes to making educated guesses about upcoming offers.
Finally, GottaDeal offers users ad scans, store hours, and charts that compare the offerings of various stores shortly after deals are announced.
Whatever you do for Black Friday, preparing in advance is always a good strategy. The shoppers with the most knowledge beforehand typically get away with the best merchandise at the lowest prices.