Black Friday this year may be even more confusing and chaotic than in years past. The decision by several major retailers to open Thanksgiving night means some of those door-buster specials will only be available to those who leave the dinner table to go shopping.
On the other hand, some stores are staggering their bargains, making them available only at certain times on Thanksgiving night and on Black Friday itself. A consumer who decides to shop will need to consult her favorite stores' advertisements closely to understand the rules.
While it's been established that overall, Black Friday isn't the best day for bargains, there are some tempting offers that have been offered so far. Here's a rundown of some of the better ones listed by ConsumerWorld.org found Edgar Dworsky:
Vizio 60” LED Smart TV for $688, LG Blu-Ray player for $38, 700-ct sheet sets $19.96, and men’s Dearfoam slippers for $6
Kenmore French door stainless refrigerator $1299.99, and Kenmore over-the-range stainless microwave $149.99; $10 off $40 clothing purchase coupon
Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone for $0.96
Canon Powershot Elph 110 camera $129.99; Seagate 3-TB external hard drive $99.99
Proctor-Silex small kitchen appliances from $4.99
More than 150 toys for 50 percent off
Coupon for $10 off a $25 purchase
Check ads for store hours in your area. For a look at more Black Friday sale items, check out the growing number of websites that have posted the ad slicks.