Black Friday to Start Thursday at Wal-mart

Wal-mart to open on Thursday for Black FridaySeems as though the Black Friday hours get longer with every passing year. In the US, amid talks of a walkout among Wal-mart workers, the retail titan has decided to extend its sale hours into the previous day; American Thanksgiving.

The news was spotted today in this article, and shows the Wal-mart isn’t too worried about the unrest that is brewing in their mid-west American locations. The traditional “door crashers” will be released at 8PM on American thanksgiving, with all stores planning to stay open unless state laws disallow it.
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Wal-Mart Black Friday: Awesome Sales on Kids’ Products

Kids Playing with their Black Friday toysIn 2011, Wal-Mart Black Friday pulled in the Canadian shoppers like never before. Although the day after Thanksgiving may not be as well-known of a holiday as its American counterpart, it was a hit in 2011 and will begin to garner more shoppers each year. Some retailers in Canada, such as Wal-Mart, advertised for this day for the first time ever. Now Canadian pre-season Christmas shoppers who are eager to get most of their shopping done before December arrives won’t have to cross the border to get in on the sale action!
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Wal-Mart Black Friday – Huge Sales on TV’s

Black Friday sales on TVs at WalmartMore Canadian shoppers than ever before jumped in on the Black Friday trend in 2011, and Wal-Mart Black Friday had some of the best deals. This unofficial holiday, which takes place the day after Thanksgiving, traditionally brings people to the stores in droves. Wal-Mart put its electronics on sale at midnight last year, which is a crazy time to shop for most people, but others were willing to make the sacrifice of sleep to get the best deals, especially because popular items will only be there as long as supplies last.
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Amazing Camera Deals at Wal-Mart Black Friday

Black Friday camera deals for 2012Wal-Mart Black Friday in 2011 really allowed the retail giant to live up to its promise to allow people to save money, putting its biggest and most expensive items 20 to 50 percent off their already low prices. The day after Thanksgiving is the biggest shopping day of the year for the United States, jumping off the holiday shopping season, and Canadian retailers are finally jumping on board. Stores also typically make more money on Black Friday than usual, so it’s not only beneficial to customers, but profitable for the retailers as well.
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