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Here's some helpful websites if you plan on venturing out on Black Friday:
BlackFriday.com provides shoppers with everything they need to know for the biggest shopping day of the year. This website says you’ll save big on toys at Sears, Walmart, Target and Toys R Us. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/11/21/black-friday-get-ready-get-set-shop-online/?test=faces#ixzz1eQOX4khz
FatWallet.com created the Black Friday Deal Finder and iPhone app that helps shoppers compare all of the Black Friday deals by store, product, brand and price. As the crowds grow deeper and the lines start to creep out the door, your patience can be saved by the FatWallet mobile app -- it can find and check all the best deals while you're on the go.
Offers.com reported that only 18 percent of consumers surveyed plan to visit the malls on the Friday after Thanksgiving. The deal-tracker web site posts similar door-buster deals and coupons online.
NoBetterDeal.com is another great web store that offers major discounts year round. By doingbusiness in the secondary markets (product returns and surplus inventory) the company is able to sell items for 40 to 70 percent off the retail price.