It’s only the second day of November, and we already have a leaked Black Friday 2017 ad! The biggest shopping day of the year is just 3 short weeks away, so there’s not much time to plan your attack. There are also TONS of hot buys this season, from toys to game consoles. Retailers plan all year for this shopping period (called Black Friday because it’s when a lot of them get out of the red).
And by the looks of it, they’re going to be offering some amazing deals. JCPenney’s Black Friday 2017 ad is out, and it is a whopping 72 pages long.
JCPenney’s Black Friday 2017 includes a lot of hot items that’ll be on everyone’s list.
Check out the deals!!
The ad includes a PS4 for $199.99, Smart TV’s ranging from $329.99 to $799.99, and a Google Home system for $50 off regular price. Gifts seems to get more and more tech every year, don’t they? The ad is also chock full of cookware, kitchen gadgets and appliances, apparel, and jewelry. They’re also offering great deals on bedding, linens, and towels. Let’s be honest, those things suck to buy at any other time of the year. I always use Black Friday as an excuse to finally stock up.
But the best part of the JCPenney Black Friday 2017 ad are the in-store coupons.
The first shoppers at each location on Thursday can win coupons for $10 off $10, $100 of $100, or even $500 off $500. That’s a really good coupon, even if you do have to miss your turkey to get it.
The time is upon us, and the holiday shopping season is getting into full swing. Whether you’re looking for something in particular, or just hoping to score some deals, it looks like retailers are going to have your back in a big way on Black Friday 2017. Or, if you’re like me, and you just like to go out and meander amongst the crazy hoards with a spiked coffee and your camera, it seems like there’ll be plenty for you on Black Friday, too.
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