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Day After Christmas sales?

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#1 smorebore  OFFLINE  



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Posted Dec 24, 2014 - 8:57 am

I really never paid too much attention to the sales.  My husband and I are thinking about going since Black Friday has changed so much.


Anyone else go?  Best stores to hit?

#2 magickallight  ONLINE  



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Posted Dec 24, 2014 - 9:43 am

Lots of stores have already started them online.

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#3 shopping4my3son  OFFLINE  



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Posted Dec 24, 2014 - 10:18 am

We use to go for Christmas decorations and  wrapping paper. The older I get the less I like dealing with the crowds. Sometimes I'd rather pay full price than lose my sanity. lol


#4 momlori  OFFLINE  


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Posted Dec 24, 2014 - 11:04 am

I usually go for stocking stuffers for next year.  I am also going to look for holiday packaged household items like paper towels, tissue, etc.  I do not care what is on the outside of the box.  I am hoping that our new area will be less crowded than our previous one.

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Posted Dec 26, 2014 - 1:59 am

Hit the major stores the bigger the retailers first and work your way to smaller so Target Walmart, before a walgreens etc.  Hopefully your store has kept up with the displays and everything is in a few aisles thats left and all you have to do is shop the aisle and then move on, wrapping paper, cologne, candys, anything that is seasonal should be onsale when the store opens and reduced to 70% or more within a week if it lasts that long.

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