Cue the bargain hunters, and let the holiday shopping marathon begin.
Hoards of people plan to participate in retail’s annual event. Most markdowns are available online, but plenty of brick-and-mortar stores opened on Thanksgiving Day.
Among them are Target (TGT), Walmart (WMT), Best Buy (BBY), Toys ‘R’ Us, Macy’s (M), Kohl’s (KSS), RadioShack and Kmart.
Other stores will wait until Friday morning to kick off holiday shopping, including H&M, T.J. Maxx, Staples (SPLS), Barnes & Noble (BKS), GameStop (GME), Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) and Babies ‘R’ Us.
The good news for retailers is that shoppers are ready to spend 25% more this year than last year — or an average of $369 each. That’s according to a survey from consulting firm Deloitte.
Walmart pledged to offer many great deals online this year, with its Black Friday sales starting online at 3 a.m. Thursday morning. But many shoppers still opted to brave the store in-person.
today 11/27/15 is when black friday 2015 stars on this day of black friday 2015 there will record sales for walmart,best buy, target and many more stores on black friday 2015 there will also many people acting wild and crazy in the stores.
lady steals from KID! black friday 2015 Im posting anonymous because I don want 2b fired, but I work at this store in saginaw and this lady stole a veggie steamer from a KID on black friday! Shame.