If you, like us, loooove shopping, then you’ll want to map out your Black Friday shopping game plan now! Grab a shopping buddy (so you can text each other for maximum strategy and coverage, of course), make a list, and stick with it. Dress in layers (there’s nothing worse than getting overheated –and trust us, shopping is a high-impact sport) and bring a water bottle and light snack in your purse. You don’t want anything to hinder your shopping mojo!
Here are some of our top picks for Black Friday shopping. Thanks to the magic of the Internet, you can now get a sneak peek at all the Black Friday goodness that’s to come. We especially Black Friday by Brad’s Deals, which lists all of the top Black Friday sales ads from Toys R Us to Target.
Do you have big-ticket items, such as electronics, on your Christmas list? Black Friday is a great day to take advantage of amazing sales on everything from HDTV to cameras. Walmart will be packed with shoppers trying to get a bargain on electronics (and everything else). Among the very best deals in their Black Friday ad is a Compaq Presario laptop for $179, an Emerson 40-inch HDTV for $198 and a Nikon S3200 camera for $69.
Target is opening at 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving, one hour later than Wal-Mart, and will be open for 26 hours straight (talk about a marathon). They have some shop-worthy bargains in electronics, too, including a 50-inch Westinghouse HDTV for $349, a pre-lit Christmas tree for $30 and a PlayStation 3 package that includes two game titles for $199.
If you need to let your turkey and pumpkin pie settle a bit, head to Best Buy at midnight. Their awesome deals include a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 for $179.99, a Canon PowerShot A2300 camera for $79.99, and a Toshiba 40-inch HDTV for just $179.99.
Looking for great stocking stuffers? Target will have 2012 family favorite flicks Madagascar 3 and Brave on DVD for just $10. Classic board games such as Scrabble, Monopoly and Connect 4 (perfect for family game night) will be just $7. Need gifts of the wearable variety? Shop Target for clothing bargains like $5 2-piece knit sleep sets for infants and toddlers.
Kohl’s also has great deals for kids such as a sweet princess tent for just $14.99 (regularly priced at $39.99), a Discovery Kids digital camera for $19.99 (regularly $79.99) and early bird 50% savings off all toys such as Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Barbie and more. Don’t forget to browse the store’s line of toys marked down to $24.99—you’ll find bargains like a pink Razor Jr. Lil’ Kick Scooter and an adorable fairy-inspired Lalaloopsy Pix E. Flutters Doll.
What are you shopping for this Black Friday? Oh, and speaking of, the team at Girls Crochet Headbands has some deals up our sleeves, too. Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Pinterest to stay in-the-know about our holiday happenings!