Nov 29 2013

Black Friday Shopping Advice from Around the Web

Computer ShoppingAll of us here at Consumers Credit Union hope you enjoyed a Thanksgiving full of the blessings of family and friends yesterday. If you’re now headed out to get a head start on your Christmas shopping, check out our favorite Black Friday sales advice from around the web before you hit the mall.

Here’s Where the Best Deals Are

DailyFinance has researched the ads so you don’t have to. Take advantage of great deals on TVs, iPads, slow cookers—even washers and dryers.

4 Pricing Tricks in Black Friday Ads

Are you sure you’re really getting a deal on today’s purchases? The Fiscal Times shares common ways retailers make their sales look better than they really are.

5 Myths About Black Friday You Shouldn’t Believe

Myth #1: Everyone gets the deals. Check out this article from Fox Business to make sure you’ve got the smartest shopping strategy.

4 Tips for Avoiding Debt on Black Friday

Budgets often get tight around the holidays—but Christmas spending shouldn’t require you to take on more debt. The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch shares great strategies for the debt averse.

Hate Holiday Crowds? Shop on This Day

Think Black Friday is your only chance to score holiday bargains? Think again. If you don’t want to elbow your way through the crowds today, LearnVest shares the best dates for relaxed holiday shopping.

Buy Local on Small Business Saturday

Prefer to shop locally? Check out MLive‘s list of downtown Kalamazoo merchants participating in tomorrow’s Small Business Saturday and support our local economy as you stock up on stocking stuffers.

Happy shopping!

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