Black Friday Shopping Tips to Help You Survive the Shopping Frenzy

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The day after Thanksgiving is not only the busiest shopping day of the year, but it’s also the day of the year where the worst shoppers come out in full force. Those sweet housewives and mothers of 3 can be the most ruthless when trying to get the perfect toy for their child. That sweet older lady can kick and shove as good as any 4 year old when she’s trying to get the free shopping bag by being one of the first 500 in line.Try to be on your best behavior this Black Friday. These items are not worth risking life and limb over. Being courteous to other shoppers and especially to the sales staff will go a long way and possibly get you a great deal. How? Let’s say you’re running into the store and you can’t find the Sony camera that’s on special. You made friends with the person in front of you in line outside the store at 5:00 a.m. and they see you looking lost. They find their item and come to you and say that they saw your camera in aisle 3. You thank them and hurry over to find that you’re one of the lucky few to get a camera.It pays to be nice to others. When you venture out this year it may be quite early. You’ve been cooking or driving all Thanksgiving day and your nerves are shot. You’re so tired. You just want to get your great Black Friday bargain and go home. Try to be nice to others who didn’t upset you.