questionswhat do you want to buy on black friday?

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A new netbook, especially since I miss the keyboard on readers and tablets.

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What I want to buy doesn't change just because it's Black Friday. I want a lot of stuff but the price might be too high right now. If it goes down on Black Friday, I might jump on it.

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A couple of decent tablets.

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Depends on whether I actually have money to spend on Black Friday. What I usually buy is stuff for myself, because I'm generally done with my Christmas shopping by then. I've been wanting a tablet, so I'm keeping my eyes open for a cheap one on Black Friday. Other than that, DVD's or CD's. Maybe if I have extra money some toys for the toys for tots drive.

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Cheap xbox stuff (black friday is king for that), possibly a super cheap tablet for my son. And usually in the crazy movie deals there a couple things worth picking up.

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Probably mostly electronics. Kids are out of the fun toy ages now (it makes me sad to wander into Toys R Us and remember how fun it used to be shopping for them for Christmas) and mostly want gaming and laptop stuff.

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Hotel Collection sheets from Macy's.

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The Silhouette for paper crafting - but theres almost no chance of that happening...

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Is nothing a viable answer?

It's getting to the point in which BF isn't that super-duper deal anymore. Yes, it's a bit cheaper, but is it worth dealing with the lines and the crowds? Not every item is offered online, so.

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I think I might also wait for BF to try and score a good netbook online. I agree with lines and crowds not being worth it anymore. But if I could get a good one online that'd be nice.

Although netbooks are pretty cheap right now, I might not really save much esp on one with the features I want.

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Considering I work in retail, that day of my life back.

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I would be more than happy with a deal that is worth dealing with the crowds. I love Black Friday but the crowds have gotten worse over the years and the deals have gotten poorer. Good deals would make it all worth it again.

(I would also love to go back to the days of things starting at midnight instead of at 6pm on Thanksgiving Day but I guess that is not going to happen.)

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Peace and quiet at home avoiding the crowd. That's what I buy every year.

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I am moving 10/28 and need new furniture and tv. I am planning on having a pretty empty place and buy everything on black Friday.

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JC Penny usually has a nice sale on pillows on Black Friday, and they're not one of the "hot spots" where people have to come prepared to defend themselves from crazed shoppers just to get the sales. If Kitchen Aid stand mixers are on sale, this may be the year I finally get one for myself. I guess it depends on how much money I have.

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Maybe an iPad mini, if they actually exist. A few cheap blu-ray movies. We'll see what else pops up.

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I could hope for a Kindle paperwhite, but seriously doubt if they'll be on sale anywhere. And a smart phone if I can find somewhere that gives lesson on how to use it. Would be more inclined to do this on Cyber Monday.

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DVDs. After my recent trip to Boston Children's Hospital (The affiliate adult hospital is connected to it) I had to get an MRI on my heart. I'm 23 and was probably more scared than the little kids getting them done. You know what made it a LOT better? They have these goggle things that let you watch movies. I chose carebears, but unfortunately it skipped and they had to keep restarting the dvd. So I think this Black Friday (and by black friday I mean the extended weekend sale as well) I'm going to pick up a bunch of kid's and teen's dvds and send them to the hospital. Without those movies, 90 minutes of being in a tube with blaring noises would have been unbearable.
However, I won't be waiting in line on Friday. Our local Walmart has decided to open at either 12 or 1 am. I think it is TERRIBLE because for anyone to have a fighting chance to get something for their kid, they'll have to wait in line ON Thanksgiving to do it which completely defeats the purpose of Thanksgiving. >_< SMH

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We just got married and bought a house, so I'm pretty sure most of it will be house-type stuff...primarily Kitchen-related items -- hoping to score a Kitchen-Aid stand mixer for cheap!