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Guide to Black Friday 2021 – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV Premium Web Producer Heather Lang

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Deals on door panels, toy catalogs and holiday savings are over. Let the Christmas shopping begin!

Black Friday shoppers mean business, and that means you too. Here’s a list of local malls, malls, and boutiques, and how they plan their biggest shopping day of the year.

MALLS / OUTLETS:

STORE:

Many stores have started Black Friday trading early. Here’s a list of stores, deals, and COVID-19 safety protocols to get you through the biggest shopping days of the year:

Amazon:

Best buy:

Outdoor shower bed:

Cabela’s:

Dick’s sportswear:

GameStop:

Distance:

The Home Depot:

JC Penney:

Kohl’s:

Lowe’s:

Macy’s:

Nordstrom:

Old Navy:

Target:

Walmart:

Websites with Black Friday Ads:

These are just a few sites that claim to have a preview of Black Friday specials at dozens of stores. Remember that you are leaving the KDKA website and we have not verified the accuracy of these advertisements.

Cyber ​​Monday Tips:

These tips and tricks are provided by MyBankTracker.com:

1. Avoid making Cyber ​​Monday the holy grail for online shopping – Many retailers are offering deals right now because of the pandemic and posting their “Black Friday” deals throughout the season.

2. Avoid being unprepared or late to the party – do homework; There are very few rules for online shopping this year, so check the guiding circulars and download reputable apps. Many retailers offer confidential deals only to app users.

3. Don’t be shy – Multi-retailer prices match, so be prepared to compare and call the retailer’s customer service number or use the live chat feature to inquire.

4. Avoid ostentatious websites – Don’t be mesmerized by slick websites most have never heard of, and check online reviews or Better Business Bureau for online claims.

5. Stick to the list – Make a list and double-check it, it will act as your armor against unnecessary purchases while staying within the best budget for your lifestyle.

6. Avoid buying without a set budget – Don’t max out your credit card, because that bill will come before you know it, and the interest can quickly wipe out any Cyber ​​Monday savings.

7. Shop with free shipping in mind or buy from the same store – This year, many people will be celebrating the holidays, so consider shipping. Consider buying all your grandkids’ gifts from one retailer to take advantage of free shipping – that can save you more money than buying it cheaper from a place that doesn’t include shipping. transfer.

8. Waiting to buy toys – Cyber ​​Monday is geared towards electronics and clothing; Most Christmas toys go on sale for more than two weeks before the holiday.

9. Use the online cashback shopping portal – It doesn’t make sense to shop online without using a cashback site when there are so many options like Rakuten. Simply go through these secure portals to make a purchase and shoppers can earn cashback.

10. Review return policies – Some items may not be returnable, so all savings will be wiped out and other items have a limited time frame for returns.

Click here for more information and online safety tips from the Better Business Department. To report an online scam to them, visit this link.

Other tips:

https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2021/11/23/black-friday-2021-guide-pittsburgh-stores/ Guide to Black Friday 2021 – CBS Pittsburgh

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