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Planning for Black Friday Shopping

Black Friday will soon be upon us. The day after Thanksgiving is one of if not THE biggest shopping day of the year.

If you're planning to brave the crowds, it pays to do a little pre-planning so you can maximize your time by knowing where you can get the best deals.

A site called Black Friday 2008 can help you do just that. They've gathered together the sales ads from hundreds of stores. The site features both an RSS feed of recently released ads as well as a search engine so you can find the lowest prices for items on your gift list.

For those of you that aren't quite brave enough to face the crowds, Black Friday 2008 also has information about online shopping deals.


Black Sunday didn't seem quite as hectic this year. I assume it may of been due to the struggling economy.

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