Black Friday Articles

2015 Laptop Buying Guide

Technology changes by the minute these days, and there's always a laptop sale going on somewhere. With all the new features being offered on new products, it's helpful to read up on your options before you buy. Here are our current recommendations on the best laptops for your money. Read More

Below are our archived articles from 2014:

Take Advantage of Free Shipping Day

You want your gifts delivered in time for the holidays, right? Read on to learn about National Free Shipping Day, and the cut off dates for guaranteed delivery by Christmas. We also let you know some major retailers' free shipping requirements. Read More

What is Green Monday?

What does it mean when retailers use the term "Green Monday" in their promotions and ads? More importantly, are the deals worth checking out? Read More

Black Friday 2014 Store Opening Times

We have compiled a huge list of store opening times to help you breeze through your Black Friday shopping! Please note that your local stores may choose to open at times other than the official listed hours. So be ready, and happy shopping! Read More

Black Friday 2014 Store Layaway Policies

Every year, we get a lot of questions regarding Black Friday layaway policies at individual stores. This article provides the Layaway policies and procedures (as well as links to each store's website for clarification) at Wal-Mart, Kmart, Toys 'R' Us, Sears, and Best Buy. Read More

Shipping Your Gifts With Confidence

After the perfect storm of last-minute orders and inclement weather that complicated holiday shipping for retailers last year, many stores are prepping for Black Friday 2014 by buffing up their operations. But will it be enough to handle the increased number of shoppers fulfilling their gift lists online? Read More

Online Pricing Versus In-Store

At our core, as Americans, we care very deeply about the principal of the thing. When I ran across this article discussing how my online dollar might not be going as far as my in person dollar at Wal-Mart on school supplies, my first reaction was to check the details. Read More

The Origins and Evolution of Black Friday

The Day after Thanksgiving, now more commonly known as Black Friday, is the official beginning of the Christmas shopping season and one of the largest sales days of the year. But, given the [negative] connotations associated with “black” events, why on Earth would retailers decide to call such an important day “Black Friday?” Read More


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