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Savings Secrets: The 4 best days to shop this holiday season

By DealPro(view all posts by CrystalECollins)
at 8:00AM Monday November 19, 2012
under Holidays

It's no secret that Black Friday is the day of all days to shop the deals. Most of you probably already know that you're either heading out to the stores on Black Friday, or you'll be cozied up like me with your fuzzy slippers ready to tackle all the online deals. There are very specific days to grab some great deals this year and here they are: 
1. Black Friday: November 23, 2012. 

Black Friday deals will be available both in-store and online, so be sure to check out my tips for saving big this Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

2. Small Business Saturday: November 24, 2012.

Small Business Saturday is like Black Friday, but the focus is on supporting small businesses. Did you know that $68 of every $100 you spend with a small business goes back into your local community? Cool beans!

3. Cyber Monday: November 26, 2012.

Granted, the online deals start the week of Thanksgiving, but Cyber Monday is also another big day that online retailers will be offering crazy deals coupled with coupon codes and most likely free shipping. 

4. Free Shipping Day: December 17, 2012.

For everyone that waited until the last-minute, never fear! Free Shipping day comes along to get you free and guaranteed delivery by Christmas. 1,700 merchants have agree to participate that day, so be ready! 

And I know you all have been wanting some tips for saving, so here you go. Watch my video below where I tell you my three secrets for saving BIG this year on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. 


What's your plan this year and how will you save big?

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Crystal Collins is an Atlanta local, adventurer, a health advocate and thrifty as can be. Check her out on her blog TheThriftyMama.com.

(Source: Savings.com)