One Person Collected Nearly Every Black Friday Deal in a Single Spreadsheet

Just a little light reading.

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As Black Friday draws ever closer, shoppers around the nation are steeling themselves for the thrill of the hunt and the inevitable ache of the empty wallet. The savings will be huge and the crowds chaotic — even for the most seasoned deal hunters, it can be hard to maintain your composure and leave with all of your desired items at the ideal price.

Luckily, you don’t have to go in blind. One incredibly thoughtful Slickdealer by the name of SirNelson69 has prepared a tremendous six thousand item long spreadsheet of almost every single Black Friday deal. By day, the humble SirNelson69 can be found posting technology Deal Threads. By night, SirNelson69 toils over a veritable Black Friday omnibus, arming us all with an accessible, neatly arranged tool that helps compare prices and create a shopping game plan.

As if this weren’t considerate enough, the user has even uploaded it as an Excel file so you can filter to your heart’s content and those who browse Slickdeals at work (we won’t tell) can look very professional while doing so. (If the page appears blank, just scroll over to the left.) 

Check Every Black Friday Deal

The spreadsheet’s premise is very simple. Every sale item is organized by product category (cookware, toys, TVs, etc.), store, the name of each item and the price. Not only can you quickly search for the exact item you want, you can even create a price comparison in the spreadsheet. Because of this terrific resource, time spent painstakingly pouring over every single advertisement can instead be spent planning what you’re going to do with all of your new acquisitions. Alternately, you can spend more time with your loved ones and stuff.

To save you a little bit more time, here are the stores represented in the spreadsheet:

  • Belk
  • Best Buy
  • BJ’s
  • Claire’s
  • Costco
  • CVS
  • Dell Home
  • Dell Small Business
  • Harbor Freight
  • HP Home
  • JCPenney
  • Kmart
  • Kohl’s
  • Lenovo
  • Macy’s
  • Office Depot
  • Rite Aid
  • Sears
  • Stein Mart
  • Target
  • True Value
  • Walmart

If this list helped you save, or you just want to show your appreciation, consider dropping SirNelson69 a note of gratitude over in the spreadsheet’s original Deal Thread.

It’s pretty unlikely, but if there’s something you’re waiting to find on sale that is not on this list, set up a Deal Alert and we’ll let you know the next time it goes on sale within your preferred price range.

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Oliver Pretl-Drummond

Oliver Pretl-Drummond is a writer and Scorpio living in Baltimore, Maryland. They are weak for hot deals on niche kitchen appliances and they're forever on the hunt for cheap travel and lodging. When they're not surfing for bargains, you can find them writing about little-known historical narratives and the occult for Ranker. They are always down to talk about Baltimore history, printmaking and bass music.

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