Nov 20, 2015 04:18 PM EST

Black Friday Shopping 2015: Here Is The List Of Which Stores To Go To And What's On Sale


Black Friday shopping 2015 is heading your way so better have a list of what stores you need to check out and what's on sale.

Last year's Thanksgiving Day saw around one-third of holiday shoppers on the lookout for great deals hit the stores that offered Black Friday deals, as per the National Retail Federation.

However, in recent years it's not only during Black Friday that people goes shopping. Only 65 percent actually prefers waiting for that day. Most retail stores give out deals as early as Monday until Cyber Monday after Thanksgiving. The NRF projects 135.8 million holiday shoppers will hit stores over the four-day weekend sale, as per CBS Chicago.

Most stores will start giving out deals late in the afternoon on Thanksgiving or early evening usually 6 p.m. This will allow shoppers to spend more time with their families and savor a feast before hitting the stores and rush to the aisles to get what's on their Christmas lists.

Here's the list of stores open on Thanksgiving Day:

Walgreens
Best Buy
hhgregg
Family Dollar
Kohl’s
K-Mart
Office Depot/Office Max
Gordmans
Dicks
Walmart
Macy’s
Lowe’s
Sports Authority
Five Below
Target
JCPenney
Meijer
Dollar General
Old Navy
Toys R Us
Michaels
Sears
Gander Mountain
Shoe Carnival

Here's the lists of stores closed on Thanksgiving Day:

American Girl
At Home
D.S.W.
Game Stop
Burlington
Cabela’s
Babies R Us
Barnes & Noble
Costco
Crate & Barrel
Half Price Books
Hobby Lobby
Guitar Center
H&M
IKEA
Jo-Ann Fabrics
Home Depot
Home Goods
Trader Joe’s
R.E.I. ( store will also be closed on Black Friday)
Marshalls
Mattress Firm
Sur La Table
Staples
Patagonia
Pier 1 Imports
T.J. Maxx
Menards
Nordstrom

According to USA Today, Black Friday is a state of mind and no longer considered the biggest shopping event of the year.

Shawn DuBravac, chief economist for the Consumer Technology Association said, “Black Friday now spans the entire week."

The CTA also approximates 63 percent of U. S. adults will shop across stores nationwide from Monday through the next, Cyber Monday as well as 37 percent plan to take home tech products.

Here's the list for popular tech buys next week, as CTA predicted:

1. Video game consoles.

2. TVs

3. Laptops

4. Tablets

5. DVD/Blu-ray Disc players

6. Headphones

7. Smartphones

8. Digital cameras

9. Smart Watches

10. Digital toys of video game figurines

In addition, The Hollywood Reporter revealed Shaw disclosed that according to their holiday survey, results showed that shoppers with intent to purchase a TV were looking out for great deals on 4K Ultra HDTVs.

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