Black Friday, is arguably the the biggest shopping day of the year. The smart Black Friday shopper starts planning weeks in advance. Here are a few sites that are essential to this strategy and will hopefully make your Black Friday that much less painful.
One of the best known sites on the Black Friday circuit, BFAds.net offers numerous tools to break down the deals by stores, deals, providing ad scans and a whole lot more.
One of multiple sites claiming it is the “official” site of Black Friday, at least BlackFriday has the holiday in it’s domain name. This site will send you alerts when new ads are posted, show you store hours, let you know which deals are available online and more.
While DealNews publishes content all year long, it has a dedicated section each year to help you prepare for Black Friday. It has the usual mixture of ways to filter information, scans of the ads and so on, but it also has a section for predictions on different categories if you want to look into the crystal ball for what may be announced in the coming weeks.
A fairly basic site, TGIBlackFriday has all of the usual ad scans, quick access to stores you care about, a blog roll style update letting you know the latest updates and more.