As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, that means Black Friday is right around the corner, too. As you’ve probably already figured out, this is going to be a Black Friday unlike any other. While we’re used to seeing sales start on Thanksgiving Day, many stores this year will be shuttering until Friday and moving more of their sales online.
Because of this, we’ve compiled everything you need to know about Black Friday 2020 in one place so you can focus on making the turkey before racking up the sales.

When is Black Friday 2020?

Black Friday is always the Friday after Thanksgiving, which is always the fourth Thursday of November. This year, Black Friday falls on November 27, just in case you were wondering. But you probably don’t need to wait until that date to get in on the best Black Friday sales. More on that in a moment!

What time does Black Friday start?

In the past, Black Friday sales have started as early as Thanksgiving evening, but this year, many stores including Walmart, Target, and Macy’s will be closed on Thanksgiving, so you shouldn’t count on popping in to actual stores as early as you usually do. Some stores have already announced their times for Black Friday sales, including Walmart, which will open up at 5 a.m. local time on Black Friday, in addition to offering online sales. You’ll want to check specific store hours near you as it gets closer to the day to see if they’ll be opening up early and when.

What sales can we expect on Black Friday?

It’s still a little early to tell but here’s what we know so far!

Macy’s

Pop in to your local Macy’s or visit them online from November 24-28 to get the best deals. We don’t know exactly what they’ll be offering yet, but they’ll be updating this page as sales go live.

Sam’s Club

Instead of deals on just one day, Sam’s Club is spreading them out from November 20-29. They include things like a Viking 13-piece cooking set for roughly $200 and a De’Longhi Magnifica Fully Automatic Espresso and Cappuccino Machine for $429 (note these sales will not go live until then but feel free to bookmark!).

Target

Target will spread its deals out throughout November and you can preview them during its weekly ads now. They also advise you to check local store hours to find out when the sales near you will begin.

Walmart

The chain is splitting up its Black Friday deals out as part of three different sales in November, with the first one consisting of online sales starting at 7 p.m. on November 4, and continuing in stores at 5 a.m. on November 7. So far it looks like we can expect $50 off Instant Pots, $49 air fryers, and $49 smokeless grills. You can read more about the additional sales here and we’ll be sure to update as the month goes on.

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