Black Friday 2013: 12 Ways It Will Be Different

By Louis Ramirez on November 18, 2013, 9:15 PM

As the official starter for the holiday shopping season, Black Friday is expected to be a frenzy of bargains, but with each passing year there are some elements that change. Our friends at Dealnews feel that the best way to make the most of this annual shopping event is to be prepared. Here are 12 ways in which Black Friday 2013 will be different than previous years.

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2 people like this | wastedkill said:

1 Big difference with this as well is 3D TV's are useless! So yay spend your hard earned money on something that will give you eye ache and a few other pains that go along with 3D vision hurray!

St1ckM4n St1ckM4n said:

I'm jealous of these sales.

1 person liked this | psycros psycros said:

I've looked at most of the Black Friday preview ads. I'm completely unimpressed. I've yet to see a single big box retailer offering a legitimate "deal" on anything that people actually want. Apparently they think people will just show up and buy because its BLACK FRIDAY while overlooking the lack of actual bargains. I predict a very black Christmas unless the industry gets serious, and fast.

Littleczr Littleczr said:

I'm keeping an eye on a 65 inch Samsung tv at wallmart.

ikesmasher said:

I've looked at most of the Black Friday preview ads. I'm completely unimpressed. I've yet to see a single big box retailer offering a legitimate "deal" on anything that people actually want. Apparently they think people will just show up and buy because its BLACK FRIDAY while overlooking the lack of actual bargains. I predict a very black Christmas unless the industry gets serious, and fast.

honestly I've noticed the deals being less, well, of deals more and more the last few years. Its not what it used to be but honestly I think blind consumerism is gonna make people go out and buy stuff anyway.

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