Should i start before or after Thanksgiving?
Black Friday when there are sales?
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I'd start now. If you wait until Black Friday, there might not be much of a selection of things you want to get for someone.
You can start before Thanksgiving to do your Christmas shopping. You also can go on Black Friday and do more of your Christmas shopping and get good buys.
I am going to start my Christmas shopping this coming week or the week after.
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One of my sisters does her shopping at after Christmas sales. If I get creative, I start in August. Just one or two things at a time.
Many places have clearance sales, closing out sales, going out of business sales-wow, what an opportunity. Why wait until it is close to a holiday to go shopping. Save the stress, the bills, the headaches. Do it when you can. When you can afford it. Have fun now.
I probably won't start until December. If I find stuff online, though, I'll do that whenever I have the money to spare. I honestly can't remember when I usually start shopping. I just know it's not before we put the tree up. We put the tree up sometime the week of Thanksgiving.
I think you should start before thanksgiving, because after thanksgiving everyone goes on their christmas shopping. there would be a better selection right after halloween. on black friday, it only seems like there are sales, and everyone goes on black friday anyway.
Im almost done with my Christmas shopping. Im planning on finishing it up on Black Friday and just set back and enjoy the season.
I don't pick a specific time to go shopping...throughout the year as I see really good sales/clearance I buy stuff that I think would make a good gift. It saves a lot of money and you aren't scrambling toward the end to get all your shopping done.
I usually start on Black Friday, but its up to you. That's when the best sales start, but you sure have to wake up early in order to get the goods before they run out.