PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Shoppers in many states will line up for deals hours after Thanksgiving dinner, but stores in a handful are barred by law from opening on the holiday.
Online shopping has taken some of the punch out of hitting the mall once the Thanksgiving leftovers are put away, but that doesn't mean store won't be packed on Black Friday.
Before you make your list and check it twice you may want to see what products the folks at DealNews.com suggest you're likely to get better deals on if you wait until after Black Friday to buy.
The website says jewelry, winter wear, Christmas decorations, top-brand TVs and even toys can wait until after the Doorbuster rush when they will likely get even cheaper.
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