Nov 20, 2009 6:51 PM
Are you ready for the holidays? Thanksgiving starts the busiest shopping season of the year and the day after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday, a day when bargains lure the early shoppers and hopefully turn merchant red ink to black.
Black Friday sales used to be heavily guarded secrets. No more, in this internet age, the word leaks out.
Begin your bargain hunt with BlackFridayinfo.com, a site that has gotten early copies of all the Black Friday ads from the major retailers and has posted them early.
You can click a box and compile a shopping list, or head over to the coupon link and discover keepcash.com, a site that maintains a huge list of discount coupons and coupon codes you can use to save money.
Black Friday 2009 is another site offering early intelligence on the best deals. They offer lots of updated information on hot selling products priced aggressively as well as rumors on yet to be announced sales
And if you really want to stay on top of the latest info, visit this Black-Friday.net site and sign up for instant email alerts that notify you when new ads are posted.