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Black Friday Sales — Don’t Believe The Hype!

You know how it used to be. You'd spend Black Friday Eve in your car or standing in line outside the store with the best deals. Now you've got to leave the dirty dishes in the sink, so you can be at the stores at 8 p.m. Thanksgiving night. Sounds more exciting, doesn't it? Maybe there'll be huge bargains. Well, maybe.

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"Black Friday" Marks Start Of Holiday Shopping Season
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Will You Be Hitting the Stores This Black Friday? — Survey of the Day

We are inching closer to the shopping extravaganza known as Black Friday, the day on which stores around the nation offer door-busting prices so low that otherwise-rational consumers take temporary leave of their senses, shake off their tryptophan haze and rush to the nearest mall at ungodly hours of the night. Or maybe not.

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12 Things Not to Buy This Holiday Season [PICTURES]

When it comes to the holidays, we always seem to have one thing on our minds: SHOPPING! We think of who we have to buy gifts for, what places to shop, store hours, shopping budgets...the list goes on and on

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Local Christmas Shopping Events in Buffalo

With Black Friday and Christmas right around the corner, obviously the shopping season is heating up in Western New York.

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Door-Busting = The New Turkey?

If 40 is the new 30, and red is the new black, is Thanksgiving the new Black Friday?

 

This morning's discussion struck a major nerve with you:  many major retail stores are foregoing the usual midnight- or 6am-opening on Black Friday, and going with 8pm, even 6pm ON Thanksgiving to start their "door busting sales".  W

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Your Official Guide to When Stores Will Open on Black Friday

There is hardly any such thing as Black Friday anymore. With numerous retailers, like Walmart, opening their doors to holiday bargain addicts as early as 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, other retailers must now either join the circus or risk missing out on frantic buyers with turkey hangovers and itchy spending fingers.

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Good News for the Economy: Consumers Ready to Spend This Holiday Season — Dollars and Sense

Holiday spending is expected to increase this year, as a new report indicates that more Americans are finally seeing a little reprieve from the last four years of economic anxiety.

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"Black Friday" Marks Start Of Holiday Shopping Season
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Black Friday at Walmart Not Even on Friday Anymore

Black Friday may not be able to keep its name much longer. This holiday season, Walmart plans to get the shopping madness started a bit earlier than in times past—on Thursday. Or as most of us call it, Thanksgiving.

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Shoppers Spending More on Themselves This Holiday Season — Dollars and Sense

While many analysts predict that holiday shopping will remain on the conservative side yet this year, a new survey suggests that more people intend to give the gift of giving to none other than themselves.

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Tips on How to Avoid Going Broke This Holiday Season — Dollars and Sense

The season of giving could lead to a year of financial distress, as a recent survey indicates that holiday generosity is making more Americans bro-ho-ho-ho-ke by the beginning of the new year.

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Black Friday 2012 Business Hours in Buffalo

Even though the weather may be cold, herds of people stay outside waiting in lines for the hottest shopping day of the year to get the best deals and kickstart their holiday shopping.

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Credit Card Debt Soars After Black Friday — Dollars and Sense

Retailers reported robust numbers on Black Friday last year, which surprised some analysts because the economy is still struggling and unemployment is high. But new data from the Federal Reserve shows where much of that money came from: credit cards.

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