Will you shop on Black Friday? If so, some research just came out on where the best deals will be.

According to WalletHub:

This year, the National Retail Federation expects total retail sales for the holiday season to reach $630.5 billion, an increase of 3.7 percent from nearly $608 billion in 2014.

To help consumers maximize their savings this coming Black Friday, WalletHub surveyed 8,000 deals from 30 of the biggest U.S. retailers’ the 2015 Black Friday ad scans and identified the retailers offering the largest advertised discounts for each product category such as “Jewelry” and “Appliances.”

There is lot of information below, but if you get a little over whelmed just remember there are a lot of deal out there at all the store so take your time do a little price checking and ask the stores if they price match if you find a product at a lower price somewhere else. Oh and by all means, any store you go to be sure to check on your phone for any store coupons available online. Most stores can scan a store coupon right off your phone! Happy Shopping!


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Source: WalletHub