On Your Side: Shopping Survival

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News 12 at 6, November 21, 2007

Turkey day is just a day away, but it may not be the green bean casserole and the stuffing that you're looking forward to.

Many of you are probably licking your chops for what will happen two days from now; the Day-After-Thanksgiving sales.

Black Friday, Green Friday, or maybe "It's-way-too-crowded-and-I'm-not-going-outside-Friday"; whatever you call it, it's almost here. And, if you dare to brave those crowds, here's a way for you to get a head-start on where to go.

Black Friday is coming. That means championship shoppers will be filling the aisles of stores across the country. A commitment to bargains means determination, concentration and a drive to succeed.

Some have dedication to the cause and will get up in the wee hours of the morning to go camp out in front of a store. Others will probably stay in bed.

The Nintendo Wii, Transformers and deals on electronics seem to be what plenty of people are in the market for.

That's all good and fine, but mapping out a game-plan is another must.

To do that, you need to know where to go ahead of time and 12 On Your Side has just the place for you.

It's a website called www.blackfriday.info.

That's where you can find the Day-After-Thanksgiving ads for many major retailers.

There are lists of what's on sale, how much it will cost and what time the stores will open up to you.

Ads from big retailers like Best Buy, Wal-Mart and HH Gregg, all at your fingertips in one convenient location.

But even with this info, the crowds and the mayhem may be just too much.

Websites like Amazon.com and Overstock.com have their own Black Friday sales that are on the list too.

One way or another, it's just another tool for you to use to find the best deals on what you want.

Just follow this link to get started: www.blackfriday.info.

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