Apparently, you don't need to leave your house - oh, and it doesn't even have to be Black Friday. Walmart has already made their Black Friday ad available for our area on its website.
Big retailers are kicking off the start to the holiday shopping season by offering "early Black Friday" sales or opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day, providing consumers who want to sneak away from their turkey dinner festivities a way to get an early start on shopping.
Walmart hopes to tempt shoppers with online deals before Black Friday.
Target says its stores will be open from 6 p.m.to midnight on Thanksgiving, and they will reopen at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.
The mega retailer is offering a number of deals on electronics, from laptops to headphones and, of course, phones and TVs, leading up to the holiday. We've told you about each and every notable announcement ahead of Black Friday, and you'll be totally prepared for the onslaught of deals if you follow along with our Black Friday 2017 coverage.
Since big-box retailers continue to open on Thanksgiving, the term "Black Friday" has become meaningless. The star of the show is probably Amazon's Countdown to Black Friday event, which is packed full of great bargains like this massive 70-inch 4K TV from Sony for just $1,098.
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The retailer also has to offer the best tv deals available on Black Friday.
Below are the some of the top Black Friday deals retailers are now advertising, according to Best Black Friday.
Thanksgiving hours will be from 6 p.m.to 12 a.m., according to a mall employee.