Have your holiday shopping list ready?
Once again, many retailers will be open on both Thanksgiving and Black Friday, and they've already started releasing details about their deals and markdowns. Some even start as early as this week-- and many are offering online deals on top of in-store deals.
Below are the latest Black Friday ads to be released, along with Thursday/Black Friday hours and other deals that are available early or online.
**Are we missing a store? Check back for continuous updates to our list as new Black Friday ads are released!**
Starting Nov. 16, the e-commerce giant is offering deals on a variety of products, including toys, electronics, kitchen and home goods and video games. However, the company said many of its top deals will be offered during the “Turkey 5,” which starts on Thanksgiving Day and runs through the Monday following the holiday — known as Cyber Monday. Shoppers can track deals on Amazon’s app and customers who have Prime memberships, which costs $99 a year, will get early access to “Lightning Deals.” **For more Black Friday items, click here**
Best Buy stores will open an hour earlier at 5 p.m. this year. They will also close at 1 a.m. early Friday and reopen at 8 a.m. Best Buy is offering hundreds of dollars in savings on Macbook Airs and DSLR cameras. The company is also selling video games for less than $30 and the Fitbit Charge 2 for less than $130, savings of $30 and $20, respectively. **For the entire Black Friday ad, click here**
The store's official Black Friday event will kick off on Monday, Nov. 21. They’ll offer several online, one-day-only doorbusters through Nov. 23. Then from 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day through 1 p.m. on Black Friday or while supplies last, Kohl’s will offer doorbusters in store AND online. Additionally, there will be more than 500 Black Friday deals available throughout the week. Customers can earn $15 in Kohl’s cash with each Black Friday purchase. **For the entire Black Friday ad, click here**
Macy's is kicking off its Black Friday sales at 5:00 pm on Thanksgiving Day, an hour earlier than the prior two years. Most Macy's stores will stay open until 2:00 am. They will then close for four hours and reopen at 6:00 am for Black Friday. **Macy's Black Friday ad is not yet available**
Sears will open at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving. They will then close at midnight and reopen at 5 a.m. on Friday. Black Friday doorbusters will be available on Sears.com all day on Thanksgiving. **For the entire Black Friday ad, click here**
The store will open its doors at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Guests will find Target’s lowest prices ever on select items, including Powerbeats 2 Wireless Earphones, Fitbit Charge HR, HP 15.6” Laptop and more. Target will also offer guests a one-day only savings on Saturday, Nov. 26, of $50 off every $100 purchase on trees, lights, ornaments, gift wrap and more. **For the entire Black Friday ad, click here**
Walmart will kick off its sale at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. The majority of its Black Friday deals will be available on its website starting at 12:01 a.m. ET on Thanksgiving. It's advertising HDTVs from $125 to $398, drones for as little as $30 and more than 750 DVDs and Blu-ray movies starting at $1.96. **For the entire Black Friday ad, click here**
Other stores and retailers that have released their ads include:
American Eagle Outfitters
Bath and Body Works
Bed Bath and Beyond
Dick's Sporting Goods
New York & Company
For more tips and advice on shopping this holiday season, visit BlackFriday.com.
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