Santa asking what do you mean you dont have a list?

1. Plan Ahead: Create a shopping list of the items you want to buy (download our printable version here). This will help you stay focused and avoid impulse purchases.
2. Join Store Email Lists: The best advertisements and preview deals usually happen in advance via email or SMS. Don't miss out by not being on the list.

Budget and money
3. Set a Budget: Determine how much you're willing to spend and stick to it. It's an exciting day with all the amazing deals, but overspending can still lead to regret.

4. Compare Prices: Don't assume that every deal is the best. Use price-comparison websites or apps to ensure you're getting the best price.

shop online with laptop or phone
5. Shop Online: Many Black Friday deals are available online, which can be more convenient and reduce the need to visit crowded stores.
6. Stay Safe: If you decide to shop in physical stores, be mindful of your safety, and follow any COVID-19 guidelines or regulations in your area.

Store checkout counter
7. Check Return Policies: Before making a purchase, understand the store's return policy in case you change your mind or encounter issues with your purchase.
8. Early Bird Specials: Some stores offer early bird specials or doorbusters, so be prepared to shop early if there's something specific you want.

9. Prioritize: Make sure to purchase the big ticket items first, you don't want to miss out if they run out of stock.

calm cozy tea scene
10. Stay Calm: Black Friday shopping can get hectic. Stay patient and polite, both in stores and online.

Jennifer Newton