When Is Black Friday in 2018?
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Black Friday is an exciting time. After Thanksgiving concludes, the holiday season kicks off with the biggest day of deals you’ll see all year. Unlike Amazon Prime Day, which is only available to Amazon Prime members and is exclusive to Amazon, dozens of retailers join in for Black Friday.

Black Friday means deals, deals, deals across tons of stores. Whether you want to buy appliances, video games, furniture, clothing, toys, or pretty much anything else, chances are you’ll find a deal worth getting excited about.

You should do some preparation to make sure you’re prepared for Black Friday. By finding the best deals ahead of time and getting your payment methods straight you’ll be ahead of the crowd.

This year, Black Friday is Friday, November 23, 2018.

Years ago, most retailers didn’t open for Black Friday until early Friday morning. Now, it’s common for big stores to open on Thursday evening, kicking off the festivities as early as 6pm or so. Be sure to check the stores open that you want to hit to make sure you arrive at the best time.

If you’re busy on Friday or prefer to shop without leaving home, Cyber Monday is just around the corner. This secondary day of deals supplements Black Friday and offers online deals galore. Of course, there are plenty of online deals to go around on Black Friday as well, so keep your eyes open at your favorite shopping websites.

This year, Cyber Monday is Monday, November 26, 2017.

No matter where you’re shopping this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, make sure you watch out for scams. That would ruin the fun.

What’s your favorite place to shop at on Black Friday? Are you hoping for a big deal on anything particular this year? Tell us down in the comments what you’re looking for!

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  1. Chuck
    October 31, 2017 at 8:25 am

    Like Amazon Prime day where Amazon jacked up the "list" price then gave the "huge" discount? Then all they had was stuff that didn't sell? BS things you didn't/couldn't use? I bought stuff BEFORE that day and saved money by researching the prices. The same goes for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it's full of BS. Older stuff that didn't sell, higher "list" prices to make it look like you are getting a deal. Am I the only SANE shopper in the world? Anyone who thinks these days are great are TIED TO the days, make money off of it. LOL

    • Doc
      November 1, 2017 at 1:19 pm

      Don't forget that lots of stuff that's "on sale" doesn't have a warranty, is returned merchandise sold as new (some of which has been repaired), and a lot of sales are "all sales final" - no warranty, no returns.