Black Friday Profit Survival Guide

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Black Friday is the official start of the holiday shopping season and occurs the day after Thanksgiving each year. On Friday, November 26, 2010, thousands of people will line up at every single major store *hopefully,* to get some items at great prices. If you are among the thousands of people who will be spending the night outside the stores, I highly recommend reading this tutorial.

To survive due to caffeine, like zombies, you must be very well prepared and follow these steps:

Print all your Black Friday ads and find some cheaper items. If you’re looking to buy a new TV, do your homework. Every store has already posted its own Black Friday ads. Read reviews and see if it is worth buying. Personally, I wouldn’t wait hours and hours in line just to buy a TV for under $100. If you’re going to be waiting in line, make it worth your time.

Choose one store that has the largest number of items you want to purchase. Time is an important issue and there will be thousands of people in every store at any given moment. Don’t think you’ll get a lot in one store and you’ll get another in another. The most popular items sell out quickly, so choose one store wisely. For example: Are there more items you want at Best Buy or Target? This is a question you must ask yourself. Try this out

Credit Card Holder! That will be very soon and the last thing you have to do is lose your wallet/wallet. If that happens (I hope it doesn’t) canceling credit cards will be a lot easier than losing money – there’s no one to call to lose money. In addition, with credit cards, you will quickly enter the store and collect points.

Arrive at your store soon! Some people line up at the shops right after Thanksgiving dinner (around 8 p.m. or 9 p.m.). Most of the shops open at 4 am! I suggest driving to some shops after dinner. If there are already people waiting, I suggest they go to another store.

Dress well and be patient! It’s going to be a long day and if you keep calm you’ll leave the shop in a good mood. If you start to get angry or upset, you won’t be able to think clearly and you may forget something you wanted to buy.

Online Black Friday Tips

Finally, the last thing I want to pick up is this: After you get back from the stores, it’s usually 9 or 10 in the morning, log into Amazon. They always have great deals and you’ll have a better chance of buying things because it’s an online verse waiting in line at the store. Amazon will start getting BLACK FRIDAY SALES, so I suggest you check them every day! If you’re interested in reading more Black Friday tips or want to read what items I think will be the hottest Christmas items this year, check out the best toys you can buy!

Good luck and have fun! This is the best advice I can give you.