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Black Friday is approaching and each year it seems to get crazier and crazier. I must admit, I've never really gotten into it. On occasion, my mom and I have shopped much later in the day, but I have never participated in the middle of the night/early morning line ups. But, I know if I did, I would want to have a plan of attack.
Target is a one-stop shop, so you're likely to find gifts for almost everyone on your list. Luckily, Target makes it really easy to plan your Black Friday shopping.
1. Preview Target's Black Friday Ad now.
2. Find where items are located in your store and map out your shopping list using Target's Black Friday Maps.
4. Most importantly - grab a Starbucks! You'll need it!
Many of my friends and family shop Black Friday sales every year. They have a blast and say that being together makes the day fun and memorable, without the stress that one may expect. I still don't know if it's for me, but maybe one day they will convince me to come!
Will you be out shopping on Black Friday? What are some of your traditions?
Do you have any tips or tricks for the day?