I don't drive.
I looked at the black friday ads and decided none of it was worth getting out of bed for. for example, I got some slippers at Kohls last week for $14.99. They were in the black friday ad for $13.99 and said $28 regular price. I think I got the better deal, for just a dollar more, and I didn't have to give up sleep, or stand in line, or fight crowds..... There was NOTHING I was willing to get out of bed for. The only things I would have considered were "limited quantity" or only a few in each store, I'm not that competitive!
As I posted on my Facebook this a.m..............
I would rather pay full price for everything than shop on Black Friday.
I have the majority of my shopping finished. The bigger gifts
This was the first year I really ventured out early but not necessarily b/c the deals were so good. I enjoyed the free time to shop without my kids or worry about getting back in time for whatever. Plus the stores I went weren't all that crowded. I wasn't impressed with Toys R Us. Did well at Macy's and Lord & Taylor but no better I don't think than a regular sale day. I did do very well at Children's Place as well as CVS.
I went out to Target and got the Tag reader system early this morning which was the last one so I was happy
Nope, I considered going out for a few things but DH spent the
We weren't in town for Black Friday, so there was no shopping Black Friday for me.
Sadly I overslept and missed out on some deals I had hoped to get.
Like someone else said, I would rather pay full price than to shop on Black Friday. I've gone once with my mom and I won't EVER do it again. There isn't ANYTHING I NEED (or want!) bad enough to deal with the crowds.
We had some BF stuff leftover at work and I did pick up a couple things since they had decided to keep the BF price while supplies last.
I can't afford to buy big, expensive items for Christmas (unless it is for my kids), so I'm
Normally I avoid Black Friday like the plague just because it's just not worth it to get up and fight the crowds.