St. Clair News Aegis (Pell City, AL)


November 21, 2012

Gray Thursday and Black Friday deals

St. Clair — Black Friday is quickly bleeding into Gray Thursday as Sears and Walmart announced earlier-than-ever store openings this year. Whether you're boycotting Turkey Day openings or planning to digest dinner in line, here are the opening hours and special offers for 15 major merchants. Hit up for the complete list of 46 Black Friday deals and store openings.

—Bass Pro Shops - 5 a.m. Friday

Score the best deals between 5-11 a.m.

—Best Buy - Midnight Friday

Door buster tickets will be handed out two hours before Best Buy's midnight opening.

—JCPenney - 6 a.m. Friday

Customers will receive a button with a special code that qualifies them to win prizes, trips and other gifts when they enter online.

—Kmart - 6 a.m. Thanksgiving

Kmart will be open until 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving, but will open again at 8 p.m. and stay open through 3 a.m. on Black Friday. Another 2-hour closure will follow, with doors opening again at 5 a.m. on Friday.

—Kohl's - Midnight Friday

Kohl's published a preview of their Black Friday offerings earlier this week. Shoppers will receive $15 in Kohl's Cash for every $50 spent during the holiday weekend.

—Lowe's - 5 a.m. Friday

Door busters include tools and holiday decor, but most deals will be available online starting at midnight on Thanksgiving.

—Radio Shack - 6 a.m. Friday

Get $10 in coupons for every $50 you spend.

—Sears - 8 p.m. Thanksgiving

Sears will have two door buster events, the first when doors open and the second at 4 a.m. on Black Friday.

—Target - 9 p.m. Thanksgiving

Get a $10 gift card when you spend $50 or more on select items between 4 a.m. and noon on Black Friday.

—Toys 'R Us - 8 p.m. Thanksgiving

The first 200 shoppers will get a stocking stuffer-laden goody bag valued at around $30.

—Walmart - 8 p.m. Thanksgiving

Walmart's second door buster event includes a "1-Hour Stock Guarantee" where shoppers can purchase a card in lieu of an out-of-stock door buster for delivery by Christmas.

upon Sherpa, one of four websites operating under the brand name The Frugals, dedicated to helping consumers save money and live more frugally.  Coupon Sherpa created the first mobile coupon app, offering consumers a quick and easy way to save money on-the-go with mobile coupons to popular retailers and restaurants. The app is available for free on both Apple and Android devices.

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