We get it, Black Friday is stressful.
Not only are you having to think about your Thanksgiving plans and start planning for Christmas, but now you’re also expected to juggle all of these Black Friday sales.
And, because we’re living in such unprecedented times, so many retail locations are actually starting their Black Friday shopping early. In fact, some are already going on right now!
You shouldn’t be expected to remember all these dates and times, so we’ve compiled a list to keep you in check.
From Target to Walmart to other major chains that are participating in Black Friday this year, scroll down to get all the information you need so you don’t have to miss a single deal.
You can actually shop Amazon’s “Holiday Dash” sale right now, which has Black Friday-like deals.
These deals will run until November 19, and it’s fairly safe to assume they’ll start their official Black Friday sale once the “Holiday Dash” is over.
Last year, Amazon started Black Friday at midnight on November 22.
Best Buy will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, but they are offering their Black Friday sale for the whole month of November.
Their deals are also offered both in-stores and online.
The gaming store has yet to announce their Black Friday plans, but they will be closed on Thanksgiving Day.
However, you can expect them to release their deals prior to November 28.
Home Depot will start their Black Friday sales both in-stores and online on November 6. These deals will run through December 2.
Kohl’s is planning to start their Black Friday shopping on Friday, November 28. They will also be closed on Thanksgiving Day.
Macy’s announced their Black Friday sale will run in-stores and online from November 24 to November 28.
They will also be closed on Thanksgiving Day. Customers will also get to shop Black Friday preview specials on November 16.
Nordstrom is beginning their Black Friday sale on Friday, November 20, and ending it on Sunday, November 29.
They will also be adding new deals throughout the week.
Target is offering new deals every week of November in place of their usual Black Friday event.
In fact, the first ad will be released on Thursday, October 29, so get ready!
Walmart is holding three events, called “Black Friday Deals for Days.”
The first event will begin on November 4 and will be available both online and in-stores. Just a reminder, the deals will become available online first.