If you are a diehard Christmas shopper then you know the excitement of Black Friday shopping. You plan it for weeks and many of you have a plan to search and destroy all the places you need to hit. Maybe you only go in for the early bird specials and are home by 11am. Others will be at it all day from standing out in the cold and dark morning at 3am just to be one of the very first ones to enter the store when it opens at 5am.
Black Friday shopping can be a great way to save money and get all your Christmas shopping done at once. What is Black Friday shopping? It is the day after Thanksgiving which is considered the biggest shopping day of the year. For many stores this is the day they go from being in the red in their sales to being in the green, meaning they are profitable.
For Black Friday those who are diehard shoppers will be combing the internet several weeks before hand looking for sneak peeks of ads that have been leaked to the public. Others might even wait until just a day or two before to start getting their plan in place. But no matter what your strategy is you know you at least have one.
Some Black Friday shoppers will even do a plan that is similar to a separate and destroy. This means that you will send your spouse or best friend to one store with a list in hand to shop while you are shopping at a different store so you can get all the deals you want. These are the people whom you see on their cell phones racing through the store gathering up gift after gift while talking.
There have also been known to be some accidents caused by crazed Black Friday Shoppers so even though the deal really is great make sure that you are safely shopping to avoid being caught up in any of these accidents both in the store and on the road. You can’t find great deals on Black Friday if you are spending it in the hospital!