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Q: Thanksgiving shopping?

MdavidK30
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With Halloween and Christmas shopping given so much time and effort, do you think shopping for Thanksgiving has lost its touch?

Black Friday is after Thanksgiving, but not many people consider it to be the day after Thanksgiving shopping.
MdavidK30 posted Nov 07, 2012
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praveensapkota
Better deals show up on CYBER MONDAY
praveensapkota (rep: 51k) posted Nov 07, 2012
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MdavidK30
My point exactly.
MdavidK30 (rep: 3.56k) posted Nov 07, 2012
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munkin2u
I studiously avoid Black Friday like the plague. It's not worth it to me
I prefer the Monday after, anyway.
munkin2u (rep: 1.26k) posted Nov 07, 2012
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xptrish
i'm on the computer at midnight,that's when a lot of the deals start..heck with waiting on long lines,last year my husband and son went out at 2:00 in the morning for a deal,called to say the linges were huge,I jumped online and was able to buy the same deal!
xptrish (rep: 70.4k) posted Nov 08, 2012
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nicole12011
You can purchase majority of black Friday deals online now, instead of waiting in line at the stores. It's also been my experience that if you shop 2-3 hrs after the doors open for black Friday you can generally find many of items still in the store.
nicole12011 (rep: 6) posted Nov 09, 2012
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MdavidK30
Most people tend to believe that you gotta be crushed and trampled on to get the good deal! Most places start their sales way before Thanksgiving!
MdavidK30 (rep: 3.56k) posted Nov 09, 2012
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munkin2u
I don't believe in being crushed or trampled for anything. Unless it's a mosh pit. You want the last whatever on sale that bad, please go for it!
munkin2u (rep: 1.26k) posted Nov 09, 2012
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ishoplive
if you want to get some video game accessories, i suggest you go to vdealbox com
ishoplive (rep: 372) posted Nov 11, 2012
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