The Best Black Friday Deals You Can Snag on Thanksgiving

Some of the best Black Friday sales are happening on Thanksgiving Day.

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Take your Thanksgiving turkey as a grab and go sandwich because this year, there are a ton of Black Friday deals dropping on Thanksgiving afternoon.

If you don’t mind heading out of the house on the holiday, we’ve put the best Black Friday Thanksgiving deals together in one place. We’ve also got you covered with info on which stores are open on Thanksgiving.

Finally, be sure to read through our Black Friday ad reviews to find out which deals can be found online on Thursday if you’d rather avoid the crowds.

The Top Black Friday Deals Available on Thanksgiving

Walmart

Walmart opens its doors at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day with select deals available online. We predict that the three deals listed below will go within the first hour.  If they’re on your wishlist, plan to get in line early.

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Walmart is also offering the best gift card deal for qualified iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy S10 activation and trade-in, with deals worth up to $700 in Walmart gift cards.

Target

Target’s doorbuster deals will be ready to snag at 5 p.m. on Thursday. Target is also the spot to snag huge gift card deals on the newest Samsung Galaxy S10 and Pixel 4 models if you don’t want to trade in a phone.

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The store is offering $400 gift cards with Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ qualified activations and $300 gift cards on Pixel 4 activations starting on Thursday. If you decide to wait for Friday, you can also score $200 gift cards on iPhone 11 activations. Other top deals to consider include:

Best Buy

You can start scoring Best Buy Black Friday deals starting at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. If you’re in for a big-ticket item, plan ahead to stand in line early. Usually, Best Buy hands out ticket slips for hot items.

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Besy Buy is offering a lot of TV and laptop deals this year, including up to $200 on select iMacsMacBook Airs and iPads. You should also check out these top Black Friday tech deals:

Kohl’s

Kohl’s opens its doors at 5 p.m. on Thursday. Shoppers can use code THANKS15 to take an extra 15% off several limited-time deals. On top of the extra savings, Kohl’s shoppers can earn $15 Kohl’s Cash for every $50 they spend.

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Macy’s

Macy’s stores open on Thanksgiving at 5 p.m. However, most deals are good online Thanksgiving morning, with the exception of the 13 free-after-rebate items and other doorbusters.

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JCPenney’s

JCPenney is one of the earliest stores to open at 2 p.m. on Thursday. The advantage of shopping in-store is that early shoppers get coupons for either $10 off $10, $100 off $100 or $500 off $500.

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Other Stores Open on Thanksgiving 2019

Along with the stores listed above, you can shop these retailers during Turkey Day:

Not planning on skipping dinner for Black Friday Thanksgiving deals? Set a Deal Alert for your favorite online deals so you can get a reminder to quickly snag an awesome discount without missing out on the festivities.


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Any product or service prices/offers that appear in this article are accurate at time of publish, and are subject to change without notice. Please verify the actual selling price and offer details on the merchant's site before making a purchase.

Ashley Eneriz

Ashley Eneriz is a personal finance writer based in Southern California. She loves a good deal and is not afraid to dig through a thrift store to score amazing finds. When not writing about money, she is taking care of her three girls, homeschooling, or stuck with her nose in a book.

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