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Are Black Friday Crowds a Thing of the Past?

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HawgWild:

Wal-Mart published their Black Friday ad over a week in advance and allowed on-line purchasing beginning the day before, Thursday at 1:00 am CST. Couple this with free shipping and why fight the crowds?

DeltaBoy:

NOPE but I don't need anything they are selling this year.

redbarn:

Belks sent out an email that they stated "Surprise, Black Friday starts mow". This was on Wednesday evening at 6PM so we loaded up and went. It was like a regular shopping day with no crowds and no waiting.  Thursday though, I was told they still had a line of about 500-600 people waiting to get in.

DeltaBoy:

We raided Macy's online and Amazon.

DeltaBoy:

Black Friday 2015 had nothing we needed or wanted this year.   

DeltaBoy:

Update Same song and dance for 2016 !!!! Nothing at all needed by us on Black Friday.

DeltaBoy:

YES cause 90% of our Christmas was bought at Half Priced books or ordered off Amazon.

HoginMemphis:


--- Quote from: HawgWild on November 27, 2015, 05:33:23 pm ---Wal-Mart published their Black Friday ad over a week in advance and allowed on-line purchasing beginning the day before, Thursday at 1:00 am CST. Couple this with free shipping and why fight the crowds?

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Yes. Considered racist by all snowflakes and by most politicians. Black Friday sale going the way of the dodo bird.

DeltaBoy:


--- Quote from: HoginMemphis on May 07, 2018, 12:10:32 pm ---Yes. Considered racist by all snowflakes and by most politicians. Black Friday sale going the way of the dodo bird.

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You might be right.  But they are not as good of deals as a decade ago.

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