By: Karla Bowsher
Money Talks News
Fading are the days of waking up at 4 a.m. to be one of the first people to wait in a long Black Friday line. The sales start earlier than ever this year, as the year's biggest retail holiday continues to carve into our Thanksgiving meal time – and even creep into our Thanksgiving prep time on Wednesday.
But that's a good thing for die-hard shoppers: The more sales are staggered, the more sales shoppers can take advantage of. There's one drawback, though. Hitting up multiple Black Friday sales at their peak times takes a little planning. So to help you schedule your shopping, we've rounded up everything you need to know about these stores.
For more details, click on a store's name to be directed to their Black Friday website. Once you've plotted out your shopping plans, confirm your local stores’ hours before heading out, as some state laws prohibit stores from opening on Thanksgiving.