6. Shop solo
As much fun as it is to shop with friends and family, you might want to go alone or just with your partner. You will likely want to move quickly from store to store, so if you bring your mother or grandmother along, it could slow you down and you might miss out on some deals. Spending time with your friends and family during this shopping tradition might be more important to you though. Just decide beforehand.
7. Don’t worry about toys
Toys generally aren’t the best deals on Black Friday. Look instead for more expensive items like electronics and furniture.
8. Don’t just buy cheap
Some high-quality items might still be more expensive than a cheap low-quality item. You may want to spend a little more money on something that lasts. Be sure to compare prices, brands, and quality, not just price.
9. Don’t forget about Cyber Monday
If you also like to shop online, don’t forget to look ahead at Cyber Monday deals too. You might be able to find the same item for even cheaper on Monday if you wait and order online.
10. Check into the true price
For example, you might have found a great deal on a smart TV. However, by the time you add those features and subscriptions that make it a smart TV, you might be paying more. You may also need to increase your Internet speed. Try to look into all the hidden costs of items before you purchase.
Do you love shopping on Black Friday or do you avoid it and sleep in instead? What deals are you looking for this Black Friday?
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