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Beats by dre Get these Beats By Dr. Dre Beats Solo HD On-Ear Headphones in black, red or white for $96.88 plus free shipping at PC Richard & Son. This slightly beats the best price online right now for these three colors, but since PC Richard only charges sales tax in CT, NJ, NY and PA, you might save some extra money that way, too. Hurry, these will likely sell out fast. Looking for another color? There's more on sale for $97 shipped at Target. There is no sales tax (except CT, NJ, NY, PA).

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Finally! The Home Depot Black Friday ad is HERE!

Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014 at 7:24 PM

Home DepotIt’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for! Home Depot released its Black Friday ad today, so maybe now you’ll finally have some ideas for what to get dad this Christmas.

Unlike so many other Black Friday retailers who pushed the shopping holiday back to Thanksgiving, Home Depot’s Black Friday sale will actually start on Friday! Shocker, I know. Doors open at 5am Friday morning, although you CAN shop the sale online starting at 6pm (EST) tomorrow.

So what’s in the ad? You can browse all the goodies here, but we picked a few of our own favorites:

Martha Stewart 7.5′ Pre-Lit Christmas Tree$199 $79
Roper Washer & Dryer $449 $249 (each)
Personal Coca-Cola Retro Fridge$48.98 $29.98
Bosch 12″ Dual-Bevel Glide Miter$799 $599
Brinkmann Professional 3-Burner Gas Grill$159 $99

Get ready! The doors open for these Black Friday sales in-store tomorrow.

Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014 at 11:36 AM

Many online Black Friday sales start tonight or already have begun, but tomorrow is the day that retailers begin welcoming Black Friday shoppers into their brick and mortar locations.

Depending on which camp you’re in, our list below is comprised of stores either to shop at tomorrow or to avoid on principle. Either way, we hope your Thanksgiving is exactly the day you want it to be.

Click on any store name to see its Black Friday ad.

Opening at 6am

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Are you ready? Black Friday starts online tonight!

Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014 at 7:00 AM

Most Black Friday sales are advertising that Black Friday prices will be available online, “All day on Thanksgiving” (or something to that effect).

Whistler's Mother really wants that iPad mini doorbuster!

Whistler’s Mother really wants an Xbox Bundle doorbuster from Best Buy!
(Flickr / Mike Licht)

So what does that actually mean? For the vast majority of retailers, that means midnight. And thanks to the fact the United States is sliced up into several time zones, “midnight” could be anywhere between 9pm and 3am, depending on where you are versus what time zone the a retailer uses online. Which makes it particularly maddening when retailers fail to note the time zone when they say “midnight” in their ads, or flat out refuse to confirm their online sale hours even after their in-store hours have been long known and published.

Here’s a cheat sheet for what “midnight” could mean to you as an online shopper:

  • You’re on Eastern Time -  12am-3am
  • You’re on Central Time – 11pm-2am
  • You’re on Mountain Time – 10pm-1am
  • You’re on Pacific Time – 9pm-12am

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Black Friday 2014 Information

When is Black Friday 2014?
Friday, November 28, 2014
When are Black Friday ads released?
Ads can come out as early as October, but most ads will be posted the week leading up to Thanksgiving. Make sure to check back with us for every ad as it comes out!
What are the best items to buy on Black Friday?
Electronics (especially lesser brand laptops and HDTVs), kitchen appliances, DVDs and video games.
What are the worst items to buy on Black Friday?
Winter clothing, toys, luxury items, Christmas decorations, and jewelry.

Check our our Black Friday FAQ for the answers to more of your Black Friday questions!