Black Friday isn't that crazy anymore. I am very glad about this. Most people take advantage of great deals online and on Thanksgiving Day. And there'll be a few local businesses open for great deals on Turkey Day.
More and more stores are opening their doors to shoppers on Thanksgiving Day, but the day after Thanksgiving – Black Friday – will remain one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Better Business Bureau (BBB) is offering advice for people making plans to capitalize on Black Friday savings offers.
Here's the Saturday-after-Thanksgiving tradition: a smartphone video of a Black Friday riot. This is in Moultrie, GA, and the swarms of people are grabbing cheap pay-as-you-go smartphones. But it's not the only shame to be happening, as the clip you've seen elsewhere isn't legit.
In the last few years, retailers opened their doors in the dark cold hours of the morning on the day after Thanksgiving to kick off the Christmas shopping season. This year, they are not even waiting, starting things on Thursday night!
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