Saturday, November 21, 2009

Coming Attraction: Black Friday

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of November, is Black Friday. There are times when I honestly feel it deserves to be a national holiday.This is the only day of the year that my parents allow me to buy pretty much whatever I want, within good reason that is. This year however things are going to be little bit different. Instead of my usual mad dash to the department stores where I buy every deal I find, I am going to pace myself and buy only what I need. Even though in Nashua there is no sale's tax therefore saving you more money I still have to control my spending. In addition to Black Friday many of the big stores are having Pre Black Friday sales. Whether this is simply to spread out spending or get people to spend more, these sales seem to be working. Some of the deals for Friday include a $7 fleece at Wal-Mart and 32 inch LCD HDTV for $300 at Best Buy. With these great deals I don't see how people are going to be able resist shopping. It will be interesting to see how the standing economy affects Black Friday sales come this Friday.


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