With Black Friday just days away, here are just a few apps and websites that could help save you time and money on the busiest shopping day of the year.
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BLACK FRIDAY APPS:
TGI Black Friday (free, available for iOS, Android) » View Black Friday ads from all of the major retailers as soon as they are posted on their websites. Includes push notifications for whenever a new ad is posted. You can also create a personal shopping list and share it with others.
Black Friday by FatWallet.com (free, available for iOS) » Displays all Black Friday ads from major retailers. You can search and sort ads by store, category and price range. Share deals by email and text, and receive push notifications.
Black Friday App (free, available for iOS, Android) » Find the best Black Friday deals and save items to a shopping list. Compare Black Friday deals in-store with online prices. Find nearby locations of your favorite stores. Includes links to retailers’ websites to shop directly online.
BLACK FRIDAY WEBSITES:
BFAds.net » The main website and companion to the mobile app updates shoppers on the latest ads, as well as news on when stores will open.
TheBlackFriday » Daily updates on all the Black Friday deals and news. It also includes picture scans of all of the Black Friday newspaper supplements that you can click on by store.
BlackFriday.com » Another comprehensive site that allows you to search deals by store and item. Also lists online coupons available with direct links to the products.
Blackfridaysites.com » A list of all the major Black Friday websites available on line. Updated for 2012.
(WNEP does not directly endorse the apps or websites listed above)