Black Friday is only a few days away and while many stores will be opened on Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday will still be the biggest shopping day of the year. So here are a list of stores and deals that you can find the great deals.  Remember my post about how to prepare for shopping on Black Friday? Well if not here are my 5 Tips to help with the madness on Black Friday.

So I’ve compiled a list of some of the biggest deals for Black Friday. Get your lists together. This is the best time to get your Christmas gifts and a few presents for yourself 🙂



  • H&M up to 70% off. Shop now through 11/30. They have items starting at $5. If you are one of the first 100 in the stores, then you have a chance to win $300 with the H&M scratch off.
  • ASOS up to 70% off on sale items. 20% mark down with the Code: GIMME20 (Use now through Monday)
  • Gap enjoy 60% off for the entire family
  • Aldo– 50% off on all shoes (full price only)
  • Mango up to 30% off
  • Nasty Gal– The Perfect 10! Up to 50% off
  • Old Navy will open Thursday at 7pm. The first 500 people on line will have a chance to win 1 million dollars
  • Banana Republic has “exceptional savings” for Black Friday
  • Forever 21 has pre-Black Friday deals with up to 50% off of select items. Black Friday items will start at $3
  • New York and Company has 50% off of everything for their pre-Black Friday Sale and the door busters on Black Friday are insane. You can get up to $70 of
  • BCBGMAXAZRIA 60% off
  • 6pm has up to 75% off of select items
  • Express has the ultimate passbook of savings for Black Friday

Department Stores– Many department stores are opening Thursday evening at 8pm. Click the links to see all of the deals and door busters


  • Sephora has great deals like limited edition products for $10 from Josie Maran, Bare Minerals, Lorac and More. Get the full run down over at Temptalia
  • MAC is releasing the Hautecore lipstick which is described as a true matte black. Check out swatches from Temptalia blackfriday3
  • OCC releases Stained Gloss called “Little Black Dress” (How cute is that name?) If you spend over $75 with OCC you will get the LBD lip stain for free
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  • Sneak Peek of Stila Cosmetics Black Friday Sale

Tech and Gaming

  • Best Buy– iPads, phones, TVs and more. Take advantage of the door busters!
  • Radio Shack– great holiday deals for the tech lover
  • Game Stop Xbox One, PS4? well take advantage of the deals!

Drug Stores and “Super Stores”


  1. JANUARY 1966 – “Black Friday” is the name which the Philadelphia Police Department has given to the Friday following Thanksgiving Day. It is not a term of endearment to them. “Black Friday” officially opens the Christmas shopping season in Center City , and it usually brings massive traffic jams and over-crowded sidewalks as the downtown stores are mobbed from opening to closing.

  2. There are many who are upset that with the opening of retail stores, Thanksgiving Day is now about shopping, consumerism, and corporate greed. Actually, much of American life is about consumerism, shopping and corporate greed 365 days of the year. So if Thanksgiving Day shopping bothers us, perhaps we should re-evaluate our priorities and values the other 364 days of the year as well. And just because Macy’s decided to open its doors on Thanksgiving Day this year doesn’t mean that Macy’s leaders created the Thanksgiving Day shopping tradition. Although it would have been logical if they had.

  3. Mall Midnight Black Friday Hours with Stores Like Black Friday mall madness will begin shortly after midnight on November 23, 2012. Find a complete list of the stores in malls with midnight Black Friday openings and details for confirming the official Black Friday hours for each store.

  4. This is why it paid for retail chains like Macy’s to join the Thanksgiving Malliday in 2013, despite initial public backlash. And even though polls, surveys and reports predicted that there would be widespread consumer rejection of Thanksgiving store openings in general and Macy’s specifically, my own non-scientific Thanksgiving Day shopping consumer poll concluded otherwise. When asked what they thought about Macy’s opening stores on Thanksgiving Day 2013 , 35% of my poll respondents said that thought that consumers should give Macy’s a break for its Thanksgiving Day store hours and 39% said they believe that Macy’s and every other store should be able to open or close when it wants to. The aggregate approval of 74% in this straw poll doesn’t seem very resistent to me.

  5. wow, awesome blog post.Much thanks again.

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