Is it quite surprising to find out that Black Friday ads are popping up everywhere already?
Black Friday Ads Popping Up Online Updated Nov. 4, 2009 The K-Mart Black Friday Ad is now available online through Black-Friday.net. We also found the Lowe’s Black Friday Ad. KANSAS CITY, Mo – It’s November. That means it’s almost time for turkey and gravy, cranberry sauce (that everybody pretends they like but nobody touches), and falling asleep on the couch watching football. But for millions—and I mean millions—of Americans, November means one thing: No, not Christmas music. I’m talking about Black Friday. Yes, that dreaded/beloved pseudo-holiday; that post-turkey-day shopping binge, where everything in sight is discounted to unbelievable prices, and people whip out their cell phones to capture grainy video of people getting trampled in shopping mall doorways. And it’s all in the name of value. And just like that Christmas music, every year Black Friday seems to creep upon us a little bit sooner. Sites like
Although Cyber Monday–a big online-shopping day on the Monday following Thanksgiving–has caused some of Black Friday’s appeal to slip, it’s still a big day for deal-seekers. But with the shopping day three weeks away, I’m sure you’re wondering why I’m talking about it already. Well, the ads are already starting to emerge. And it’s time to start figuring out where you want go and what you want to get. Use these resources to help you do just that. Track Black Friday Black Friday Ads Black Friday Ads features all the latest updates on Black Friday deals. The site also features buying guides and shopping lists for those who want a little more than deal-seeking. So far, Black Friday Ads doesn’t have many ads to look at. That said, you can check out details on becoming a Best Buy VIP or see what kind of deals Sears plans to offer on Black Friday. Where Black Friday Ads shines is with all the extras. You can discuss hot deals with others in its message boards, find discounts the site might