With Thanksgiving just around the corner many people are waiting anxiously to take advantage of the many Black Friday sales. One city that has greatly struggled through the economic crisis is Detroit and a large number of residents are looking to save with the many offers and deals.One outlet mall near Detroit, Michigan is Tanger Outlets and many of the stores at this outlet mall will offer potential sales and deals during the Friday after Thanksgiving. Some of the stores that are located at Tanger Outlets include:AeropostaleAlfred DunnerAnne Klein Outlet StoresBanana Republic Factory StoreBargain BooksBassBath & Body Works OutletBCBGMAXAZRIA Final CutBlack & DeckerBose Factory StoreCarter’sCasual Male XL OutletChildren’s Place, TheClaire’sCoach FactoryCorningware Corelle Revere Storesdressbarndressbarn WomanEddie Bauer OutletFactory Brand ShoesFragrance OutletGap OutletGap Outlet Kids & BabyGolf 4 LessGrill ItGUESS Factory StoreIt should come as no surprise to see many of these stores offering a coupon for 25% off or as much as 50% off during the busiest shopping days of the year which includes Black Friday and the days leading up to Christmas. At the present time no sales have been released to the public but it will be the case that many stores offer free gifts or other opportunities to save money. Some of these stores will have scratch off cards that will present a savings while others will just offer gift bags with small free gifts.It will be interesting to see what some of the more interesting gifts are from these particular stores. Sometimes it is the case that customers just want as much savings as possible rather than the free gifts. Before going out and about on Black Friday it is always smart to do research and see what stores are holding Black Friday sales near Detroit. The large national retailers such as WalMart, Target, Sears, Best Buy and HH Gregg will all have sales but they are also offering deals each and every Monday leading up to the Christmas holiday.Saving money is on the minds of many Americans as the overall economy is struggling with an unemployment rate above 9%. Taking advantage of the many sales and deals that are currently available may be just what households need to survive the Christmas holiday shopping season and get through the early part of 2010.