Tips to Get What You Want from Black Friday Deals

People start to expect Black Friday Sale since Sept. or Oct., as going shopping on Black Friday has been a tradition in the US for years. The day after Thanksgiving, people wake up early, meet up with friends, and hit outlet malls, big box stores, shopping malls and more. Anywhere there’s a good deal to be found, people will be there, especially the good deals on electronics and computer accessories.

Recently, the trend has been for retailers to offer many of their best deals online. Here are some ways to get killer holiday deals without having to brave the ultra-early AM rush (or the November cold!).

  • Find Black Friday Deals for Online Retailers

Trying to keep track of all the best Black Friday deals using the inserts in Thursday’s newspaper can be absolute madness – and a waste of time you could be spending with the family. In fact, most Black Friday sales have been already leaked online, so you can start planning your online shopping now. Here are some of our favourite sites for getting the early scoop on holiday deals:

  • Pre-shop Black Friday Online

As in years past, many retailers are getting started on their Black Friday sales a day or two early. For some stores, this means opening on Thanksgiving (boo!). For others, this means putting a number of their great deals online. In fact, many of these sales have already started!

Best Buy has already begun offering its Black Friday prices and coupons for some items online – there are great deals on computers and big screen televisions, such as HP and Sony, it is with a pretty great offer currently.

  • Take advantage of Amazon’s special offers

Don’t forget to check out Amazon, too – it’s a great place to find killer holiday deals.

Want to make sure you get nothing but the best deals at Amazon? Keep the site honest by checking your Black Friday deals with a price tracker tool like And to boost your savings even further, check out these 6 ways to save money on your next Amazon purchase.

  • Check eBay the next day

Starting Friday afternoon, a lot of Black Friday resellers will be flocking to sites like eBay, Amazon, to resell their deals. Keep an eye on these websites, or use a price tracker to do it for you.

  • Go Social with #BlackFriday

Believe it or not, social media site Twitter can help you find great holiday deals as well. Try searching the hashtag #BlackFriday for special deals, free online coupons, contests, shopping tips, news and more. There may even be some neat Twitter-only offers shared with the hashtag, so keep an eye out!

No matter it is Red Friday or Black Friday, as long as there is a great deal on what we want, such as Food, clothes, furniture etc., it deserves us to wait for that!