Black Friday

Today is Thanksgiving, so that means that tomorrow is the day I’ve been waiting for…at least one of the days I’ve been waiting for. I’m talking about BLACK FRIDAY. Just so you know, one of the other days that I’ve been waiting for is Cyber Monday. I normally scour the earth (actually the internet…hehehe) looking for great deals to share with you. Because there are so many Black Friday deals, I won’t even break my neck trying to do that. Instead, I’ll tell you about the best Black Friday deal apps.


Flipp allows its users to access the latest deals and coupons in their area.


Shopsavvy is an app that lets users compare prices by scanning the item’s barcode. Customers can see if they are getting where they are, or if another store has a better price.


Retale is similar to Flipp. It allows its users to access the latest deals in their area. But, Retale also gives users store hours and locations.


DealNews gets Black Friday deals and sales from thousands of stores and publishes them on this app. You can also access thousands of coupons.


SlickDeals is a community comprised of millions of members. The members are able to share with each other the deals and sales they come across.


ShopKick allows users to get points for purchases, and most times, simply for entering a store. Once enough points are accumulated, users can redeem the points for gift cards.

The Coupons App

The Coupons App gives its users coupons and promo codes.

The Point Inside

The Point Inside maps out the mall or shopping area for its users. This lets the shopper to map out their shopping trip.


Waze is not a shopping app. But, it’s still a very useful tool for any shopper. Waze gives its users the quickest way to their destination.

Hopefully, these apps will help you with your Black Friday hunt. If you’re like me, you love the thrill of the hunt. So I guess I’ll see you out there! Happy shopping!!

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