Macy’s® is super famous for being a pioneer in Black Friday shopping traditions. Although this year might look different, it seems like Macy’s® is still doing what they can to keep the season as normal as possible. If Black Friday shopping is your thing, then Macy's® might be on your list of places to hit. The famous free-after-rebate doorbusters and other Black Friday deals could be here to grab this year as well. Here are some awesome tips and tricks to help you navigate Macy’s® Black Friday 2020.
Shop Macy’s® Black Friday sales two days earlier
In a recent statement, Macy’s® announced they will have an extended sale this year. Most times, we see the online Black Friday sale drop the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and in-store on Thanksgiving Day. The free-after-rebate doorbusters might be available in stores only from 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day until 2 a.m. when Macy’s® closes, then again on Friday from 6 a.m to 1 p.m., or until they completely sell out. This year, Black Friday deals will be available starting Tuesday, November 24 through Saturday, November 28, on the Macy’s® website, in-store, and on the app.
Take advantage of Black Friday doorbuster deals and freebies
It is a tradition for Macy’s® to offer free-after-rebate items like kitchen appliances, glassware sets, and a lot more on Black Friday. This is assuming that Macy’s® stores will be open and you can score the doorbusters as usual.
Only go to the store if you want a Macy’s® Black Friday doorbuster
This year, it’s best to shop online, since Black Friday deals start on November 24. Macy’s® has not officially stated when or where the free doorbusters will be this year, but we will likely have a better idea when the Macy’s® Black Friday ad drops in November.
Expect the Macy’s® Black Friday ad deals to drop earlier than normal
Stores rarely publish their ads on the exact same day every year. Usually, the Macy’s® Black Friday ad is one of the last ones to be released. In 2020, everyone seems to be getting in on the holiday shopping spirit a little early. So, expect the ad to be released closer to November 1.
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