These days, you may no longer have to wait in line to go to the shops while you watch a big-screen TV or browse your laptop on Thanksgiving night.
Major retailers will be closed for Thanksgiving for the second consecutive year.
Last year, online stores launched on Thursday evening. However, this caused problems because websites became too busy.
For 2021, they will start earlier than ever and in many cases, the Black Friday sales are already in full swing.
Target, Walmart, and Best Buy have already begun big sales to avoid frustration on the website and Thursday night sales.
To keep interest rates high, they’re only limiting some Thanksgiving deals. Best Buy has, for instance, rare deals $150 off MacBook AirsStarting Wednesday night
Julie Ramhold is the one? DealNews.com Due to increasing prices and short supply chains, promotions are less popular than they were in the past.
Ramhold stated, “TVs don’t seem able to reach the lows that we’d hoped this year.” So there are discounts but they aren’t as good as we hoped.
Discounts on the new Xbox, Playstation 5 or Nintendo Switch are not available. Ramhold claimed that shoppers will only be lucky enough to find them.
DealNews says it’s better to shop now than wait until Thanksgiving, unless you’re looking for something that’s not on sale.
Ramhold has a Black Friday Shopping Guide at DealNews.com, Find the best deals in every major retailer and what you should avoid buying this week (like wrapping papers).
How can you ensure that you get the best price
How do you find the best Black Friday deals?
According to Thomas Germain, a Consumer Reports tech reporter, this is where it’s helpful to have a price comparator.
“One of the main things we recommend is browser extensions, which are little apps that you can add to Chrome and Firefox that will highlight individual products as you browse the web,” Germain says.