December 18, 2017

Where to Find Black Friday Ads

black-fridayThis year, retailers are doing Black Friday on the day after Thanksgiving.  But they are also now doing it earlier than normal.

There has been almost histaria in the last few years as retailers have pitched their bargains earlier than ever.  With the advent of the internet, early leaks of these ads are more and more common.

But these early leaks have also given the Black Friday shopper an advantage over previous years.  Black Friday shopping can now be properly planned out by consumers.

Also, with the advent of "pre" Black Friday ads, retailers are driving their seasonal shopping sales earlier and earlier in the month of November.  Best Buy, Walmart, Sears and K-Mart are among those leading the way with the early super deals.

Here is small sample of the sites where you can get a preview of the deals stores are offering on Black Friday and before:,,,,

Sears Announces Black Friday Now 2010 Sales Event

sears-black-friday-nowOn  Friday and Saturday (October 29th and 30th), Sears will be having a "Black Friday Now" sale. This sale may not be a full-blown Black Friday sale, but we do expect to see some possible good deals.  More Black Friday sales will most likely be happening through the month of November. Last year,, Walmart,  and Best Buy offered one-day sales that take place up to 3-4 weeks before Black Friday. Additionally, Sears, Kmart, and Kohl's will most likely hold their annual Friends & Family VIP sales in the middle of November.  These sales feature similar discounts to their Black Friday doorbuster deals.  Keep on the lookout for these Black Friday like deals and more.

Black Friday 2010 Ads Earlier Than Usual

Black Friday 2010 doesn’t officially start until Mid-November, but U.S. retailers, including Sears, have already begun announcing upcoming weekend sales.

Traditionally, Black Friday is the start of the Christmas shopping season as a very large number of retailers offer big discounts on a variety of products. Retailers such as Best Buy, Macy’s, Toys “R” Us, Walmart, K-Mart and Target open very early at 5AM or even earlier. Upon opening, they offer doorbuster deals and loss leaders to bring people to their stores.

Sears isn't actually calling it a "Black Friday" sale, but it is suggesting that it is a "Pre-Black Friday" sale. A variety of "Black Friday" type product deals will be available.

As an additional incentive, for every item you buy, they are promoting "double" Sears Xtra points. The Sears sale will begin on October 29th, and will end on October 30th.