Yes, seriously. And I've proven this theory throughout the past few years by meticulously comparing the prices online versus the prices in-store. In almost every case, the online prices were better than the in-store prices.
Talk to people - Being social is usually a beneficial in everyday life and Black Friday is no different. By conversing with the people who are in line with you, you may strike a quick friendship with someone who just may help you get something in the store you may have been looking for or even share some information with you about other deals elsewhere that you may have not known about.
This day is also the day when many accidents happen and there have been reports of some stampedes as well. To make sure that you don't get caught up in the mad shopping rush and to avail the best discounts this pre-Black Friday Kindle Fire HD 2015, go through the following shopping tips.
Don't panic if you don't get it all done. Keep in mind that online retailers are also having Black Friday sales, so if you don't get everything you need at the mall - or if you simply feel like skipping the mall this year, you can always settle in with a cup of hot cocoa at home and shop online.
Bring the sale papers - Know exactly what you're looking for when you arrive at the store, and make sure that the price that you're paying for it is as advertised or better.
Be focused: It is easy to get off track when going into a store, especially if it is offering multiple specials. Keep your eyes on the reason for your visit. Stay focused or a gift may black friday deals at best buy be gone.
Get there early - You know the saying "the early bird gets the worm" it's so true on Black Friday! Some people are at the front door of the mall or Best Buy at midnight waiting for the doors to open at 4am, 5am, or 6am (check your local paper for store opening times). You might be wondering why in the world people would wait 6 hours for a sale, well many times electronics departments and stores only have a select amount of items for Black Friday and those items are at ridiculously low prices, so you aren't guaranteed to get one of the items on sale, which means getting there early is your best chance.
Many stores open as early as 4 am on Black Friday. This means that you need to get to bed early on Thursday night (which should be easy if you are like me and eat a lot of turkey) and wake up super early so you can get the best savings.