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The holiday savings begin with sales leading up to Gray Thursday and Black Friday.

There are many incredible sales, but every deal you see isn’t necessarily a good one.

Check out this article, Don’t Be Duped by Lame Black Friday Deals, featured in Yahoo news.

Black Friday is historically a good time to shop for electronics, such as televisions and video game systems (especially bundles). There are a few cool deals already going on at Wal-Mart and Best Buy, for example.

However, the best discounts are usually on featured items. These may be off brands for which the stores have more profit margin to work with, or a few special items to help draw customers into the stores. Many products’ prices aren’t any better than typical sale prices throughout the year. If there is something specific you’ve been waiting for, it might not be much (or any) cheaper than…

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