Columbus, OH – For many, the day after Thanksgiving is filled with the hustle and bustle of in-store and online deals. Newspaper ads and television commercials have already started to talk about Black Friday sales on usually expensive items, such as electronics and brand-name appliances.
Better Business Bureau has tips to help make Black Friday more enjoyable than stressful for consumers and their families.
Before going out and about this Black Friday, make sure to begin your research early, and be wary of schemes and cons. Shoppers should know to look for the fine print and to learn about advertising gimmicks.
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