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November 21, 2006

Shedding Light on "Black Friday"

If there's one thing people like more than holiday shopping, it's holiday bargains--am I right, people? And no day is better for that than Black Friday, That mythical  day-after-Thanksgiving when all the stores lower their prices and brace for the onslaught.

In the real world, you bolt up from your turkey coma bright and early, stuff your purse with newspaper ads and department store circulars and gird yourself for the inevitable shopping crowds of this notorious post-holiday holiday. This year, however, there's a new wrinkle. Turns out online stores are publishing their Black Friday prices earlier than ever--often to the dismay of the big box stores and other chains.

Looking for the latest--and earliest--Black Friday sales? The blogosphere's lousy with 'em. Sites are leaking, blogging, and re-blogging them like crazy.

Start by typing "Black Friday" into Ask.com's Blog & Feed search. You'll find blog postings everywhere about Black Friday sales. See a blog you like? Just hit that pull-down menu and subscribe to it on your preferred service. We let you subscribe via Bloglines, Google, Yahoo, even AOL…it doesn't matter to us. We're uniters, not dividers.

Because if there's one thing everyone can agree on, it's saving money at holiday time. Oh, and maybe sticking it to Best Buy. We can't vouch for that one though.

Happy Turkey,

--The Ask.com Team

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