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2022’s Best Places to Shop in Massachusetts for Black Friday Deals! We’ve got the skinny on big price drops coming your way this Friday.
Honestly the only reasons to shop on Black Friday and not sleep in after a huge Thanksgiving meal are the deals.
But where are the best ones?
Thanks to WalletHub, they’ve broken down Black Friday shopping down to a science.
They admit, it’s HASSLE.
“Shoppers have to get up early, stand in endless lines at stores and try to find deals through hordes of other shoppers — all in the name of savings. In 2021, though, Americans shopped from home on Black Friday more than they did in stores, with 66.5 million people getting their deals in person and 88 million making purchases online.”
Wallet Hub reported that Black Friday sales have also been changing during the past few years.
“Shoppers are starting earlier, weeks ahead,” they reported.
So which stores offer the best discounts and for which items?
To answer that question and help consumers maximize their Black Friday savings, WalletHub surveyed nearly 4,000 deals from 16 of the biggest U.S. retailers’ 2022 Black Friday ad scans.
Some fun facts:
Around 13% of items at major retailers will be more expensive on Black Friday than their current Amazon.com prices.
Consumer packaged goods will offer the most value on Black Friday 2022 relative to their current prices, while computers and phones are expected to have the least rewarding deals.
50% of people say Santa will be less generous this year due to inflation, according to WalletHub’s 2021 Holiday Shopping Survey.
Amazon, Walmart and Target top the list of 2022’s Best Gift Cards.
Consumers can save $300+ with one of 2022’s Best Credit Cards for Holiday Shopping.
Some consumers already have access to little-known credit card benefits that can come in handy over the holidays, including price-drop protection and coverage for damaged or stolen items.
100% of store credit cards do not charge an annual fee, and the average card offering rewards in the form of discounts gives you 17%.5 off your first purchase, according to WalletHub’s 2022 Store Card Landscape Report.
40% of the major retailers offering 0% financing use a dangerous feature called deferred interest, which has the potential to make holiday purchases up to 27.5 times more expensive than expected.