Sierra Trading Post will be opening on Friday from 6AM until 9PM, and then will reopen on Saturday from 8AM until 9PM. The front of the ad says that you can take an extra 20% off storewide, however the prices shown in the ad reflect the discount.
The first 100 guests on Friday will receive a free gift card which will be valued from $25-$500! Friday, the first 200 guests will be able to take an extra 10% off everything, excluding doorbusters. Everyone else will receive a $10 eDeals card for every $50 spent on Friday and Saturday.
RadioShack will be opening from 8AM until noon on Thanksgiving. They'll open again 5PM and close at 12AM. They will then reopen at 6AM on the morning of Black Friday. Check with your store of choice to be sure of their specific hours.
The first 50 customers in each store will receive a free pair of touchscreen gloves!
The ad says that pricing is valid from November 27th until December 2nd, meaning it will overlap with the Black Friday sale. However, we don't have an exact start time for the Thanksgiving Sale.
One of the first items listed is the yearly Macy's Wow Pass, which takes an extra 15% off select sale and clearance items. As always, it excludes Specials, Super Buys, Everyday Values, Doorbusters and Deals of the Day. Shoppers can use coupon code "THANKS" for "extra savings" on online purchases from November 27th - November 29th.
Macy's Black Friday Doorbusters will begin at 6PM on Thursday and run until 1PM Friday. There will be doorbusters available on Saturday from 7AM until 1PM. If you're fashionably late, don't fret - most items featured in the ad also have "After 1PM" sale pricing. Alternatively, you can shop from the comfort of home all day on Thursday.
Page 2 features coupons good for $10 off a $25 purchase and $20 off a $50 purchase. They can be applied to sale and clearance apparel as well as to select home items. Note that all doorbusters and deals of the day are excluded.
Macy's Black Friday Furniture, Mattress & Area Rug Super Buys also start at 6PM on Thursday. They continue through Cyber Monday! Individual store hours vary, but sale times are listed as follows: Saturday 7AM - 10PM, Sunday 10AM - 8PM and Monday 10AM - 9PM.
Back again is the staggered three event structure, with the first round of Black Friday sales at 6PM on Thanksgiving Day, and the second round of doorbusters set to begin two hours later at 8PM. The final event starts on Friday morning at 6AM - two hours earlier than last year.
Thursday has the most to offer with an impressive list of doorbusters that includes toys, electronics, tablets, and gaming systems.
Some doorbusters have a one-hour in-stock guarantee, but it is important to note that each item has a limit of one per customer, per transaction. If any of the specified items sell out between 6PM and 7PM, you will be offered an opportunity to purchase the item at the same price with the assurance it will be shipped to your local Walmart before Christmas. Items with a one-hour guarantee can be found on the first and last pages of the ad.
Deals from Friday's event will be good for the entire weekend, from November 28th - 30th. If you've got a busy Black Friday planned, and you don't think your item has a huge risk of selling out, you might want to stop at Walmart on Thursday, shop at other stores on Friday, and swing back on Saturday to grab items from the third tier sale.
Highlighted below are some of the best deals we noticed:
Fred Meyer will be hosting a sale from Thursday to Saturday. However, this ad solely focuses on Thursday "Early Bird" deals. Doorbuster prices are valid from 7AM to noon on Thanksgiving Day. Stores will close at 4PM. They'll reopen at 5AM on Black Friday, and stay open until 1PM. The front page says there are other deals available on Friday and Saturday, but they are not shown in this ad.
"Black Friday Sale" is a bit of a misnomer, as the sale starts at 7AM Thanksgiving Day. The store closes at midnight, but will open again on Friday at 6AM. The Friday sale will have a variety of 1-day deals, including BOGO 50% Off electronics and toys. Big Lots will also be offering discounts on holiday items, such as Christmas trees.