Seriously though, Black Friday should be irrelevant. As anyone knows by looking at the deals thread, one can get better deals all year long by shopping clearance. $100 for a Chefmate looking Tfal 20 piece? I just got a stainless steel copper-bottom 10 piece for $25.
lol... $10 off that keurig!? Wheww, big savings!!
Yeaa, a good portion of clearance is clearance because no one wanted it for good reasons (a lot of the clothing clearance is just the ugly or weird pieces that only ballsy people can pull off), but I'm certainly not opposed to the "old and not-improved" versions of things that go clearance. I've seen things that went clearance that were replaced with the same thing in a different packaging. No new & improved or anything.
I don't recall ever seeing turkeys in the 2 day ad. Besides, Black Friday is the slowest grocery day of the year due to everyone eating leftovers and focusing on Christmas shopping. I worked at a few grocery stores before Target and they were always a ghost town on Black Friday. We would use the time to recover from the week (day before Thanksgiving is a grocery store's busiest day of the year).
Also, if they are frozen turkeys don't TPC them just yet. They last for months in the freezer and you will sell a bunch right before Christmas.