Black Friday Sales to Watch Out For

Saturday, 11 Nov, 2017

That's why we're keeping a close eye on TVs this holiday season to see what level of savings retailers will have in store. It no longer describes the kick-off to holiday shopping.

Saving money during the holiday season can be hard, but NerdWallet's tailored advice makes it easier. Shop now, shop later. Pick a day, pick a sale, pick a retailer. Apparently, you don't need to leave your house - oh, and it doesn't even have to be Black Friday.

Retailers are heading into this year's Black Friday with a lot of stuffing at stake: The battle between online stores such as Amazon (AMZN) and brick-and-mortar chains such as Toys "R" Us has intensified. It's part of the relentless effort to push holiday buying earlier each year to fatten bottom lines. We're seeking the best of the best regarding sales and deals this year, and some of us may not know quite where to look. The National Retail Federation is predicting consumers will spend an average $967 this year, up 3.4 percent from 2016, according to its annual survey.

Below are the some of the top Black Friday deals retailers are now advertising, according to Best Black Friday. The companies' ads have already been released. All plan to open at various times on Thanksgiving.

If you want to get a jump start on your shopping, these Black Friday deals are available now through November 12. Walmart is also providing heavy online discounts, such TVs, Tablets, and computers.

Special Deals: Best Buy will offer free shipping on all orders with no minimum from until December 25.

Stores will be open all day on Thanksgiving with the deals available there at 6 p.m. local time.

Best Buy is among those not waiting until Thanksgiving Day to begin their Black Friday sales. All order s over 50 dollars will qualify for free shipping, while all orders under will ship for a flat 4.97. "If a shopper wants to get bigger, there's also the Samsung 65" Class Curved 4K Smart TV for $998.

Thanksgiving hours will be from 6 p.m.to 12 a.m., according to a mall employee.