Wednesday, November 27, 2013
By Jordan Klingler
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is one of the most anticipated days of the year by Christmas shoppers simply because people get some outrageous deals on products they otherwise would not be able to afford. Many people gear up in the early morning ready to attack the stores. Some people are even ready to attack other shoppers if they want something bad enough.
Personally, I will not be traveling out to the stores on Black Friday. I will just wait for Cyber Monday, where I know I am safe while still getting awesome deals.
According to mnn.com, in 2011, 226 million Americans traveled out on Black Friday and spent around $52 billion on merchandise. People spend weeks trying to find the best deals and planning out what stores they are going to hit. Many people do not realize that most stores only get a limited quantity of items, therefore if you are not first in line you are more than likely not going to get the item you want. If you want tips on Black Friday shopping go to Google and search, “Black Friday Shopping tips.” There you will get all of the information you will need to have a successful day of shopping.