For as long as I can remember, I have always celebrated two Thanksgivings. First, because my parents are divorced and second because my dad is American. Aside from the fact that I get to gorge myself on a turkey feast...
Yesterday we told you what you needed to do to survive the great shopping beast that is Black Friday. Hopefully you’ve studied it, put your armour on (both mental and physical), and you’re already testing out your sleeping bag for tonight’s big wait. The only thing left to know is where you’ll be headed once you leave the safety of your home
This isn’t anything new. We’ve been following that great capitalist juggernaut below us for centuries. So why would a special shopping day based on a holiday we don’t even celebrate (at the same time, anyway) be any different? After all, if there’s money to be saved, never send to know for whom the sale tolls – it tolls for thee
The year’s biggest shopping day has arrived. On November 27, 2013, expect a whirlwind of super-sales and a sudden need for strategy. Helpful hint: Buy online to save time and ditch the line-ups, or browse in advance to get an idea of what you need to buy. First on our list: footwear
Black Friday is just around the corner and highlights the traditional start of Christmas shopping in the United States. But shopaholics North of border certainly don't miss out on the action either. These shopping destinations will be offering some of the most notable deals this Friday