How To Shop Black Friday Like A Pro

Making the most of out of Black Friday

Ilam Padmanabhan

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Happy Black Friday, everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are now ready to start your holiday shopping (or at least finish it)!

Black Friday is one of the best times of the year to score amazing deals on items you need or want. But it can also be one of the most stressful days of the year if you’re not prepared. Retailers know that shoppers are looking for bargains and they’ll do whatever they can to lure you in and get you to spend, spend, spend!

If you’re like me, you love a good deal and hate overspending, so today I’m going to share my top tips for how to make the most of Black Friday without breaking the bank.

Follow these tips and you’ll be sure to get the best deals without overspending.

Make a list

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As the holidays approach, many people begin to think about their shopping lists. Black Friday is one of the busiest shopping days of the year, and it can be easy to get caught up in the excitement and spend more than you intended. However, if you take some time to plan ahead and make a list of the items you need to buy, you can avoid overspending and stick to your budget.

You still have a week, make your Christmas gifts/Wishlist NOW!

Think about the people on your list and what they would like or need. Once you have a general idea, you can start looking for specific items. Make sure to set a budget for each person so you don’t get carried away while shopping.

Check Online & Stores BEFORE the actual sale

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I’m on Online ONLY person. But it also means I wait & wait forever! May be you are like me & hate the crowds. If you’re not a fan of fighting the crowds on Black Friday, you can also shop online ahead of time to find the best deals and avoid disappointment.

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Ilam Padmanabhan

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