Black Friday Deals Come Early This Year

The holiday deals are back and they’re much earlier than expected! Many nationwide chains are ready for business and the deals are in full supply before Black Friday.  

Some suspect the newfound level of urgency is a result of the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the economy. 

The Michigan Chronicle previously reported on Black Friday from Walmart and Target. Walmart will be open at 5 a.m. on Black Friday, but many of the chain’s deals are currently online. 

In the meantime, customers can find online and in-store deals will be on Nov. 7 and Nov. 14. Online only deals will be on Nov. 11 and Nov. 25.

The store announced its first plans to roll out deals in late October.

Since then, many other retailers have followed suit announcing Black Friday deals that will be available to consumers before Thanksgiving day. is featuring promo codes on its homepage. The details can be found at the bottom by clicking on the plus sign.

Amazon is also offering “Holiday Deals” that can be found under “Upcoming Deals” on the site’s webpage.

Black Friday superstar Best Buy is offering “Select Black Friday Ad Deals Now Online.”

The deals are endless and waiting for consumers who looking to find a great steal in time for the holiday season.  

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