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Black Friday and Small Business Saturday Bargains!

Every Black Friday, my best friend Cindy rises early with her brood and heads to Best Buy, Sears, and other major chains for door busting deals on electronics and housewares.  I'm always tempted to join her on her 5 a.m. budget shopping jaunt... then I roll over in my PJs.


Photo from Black Friday 411.com


Eventually I make it to Target or the mall around nine or ten in the morning and find that when it comes to clothes and accessories, there are still plenty of sales.  And to be honest, I already did some bargain hunting this week ($57 boots from Banana Republic and $7.99 Tucker for Target blouse).  


But I'm sure I'll be lured to shop some more on Black Friday (not to mention the first ever Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday incentives).  Here are a few deals I found in my inbox:


I'm dreaming of a Norma Kamali sleeping bag coat for Christmas.


  • Today (Wed, Nov. 24) through Black Friday at the Norma Kamali store (11 W. 56th Street, 212-957-9797) in New York City everything is under $200.

  • On Friday take an additional 25% off at Harry & David stores before 10 a.m.  After 10 a.m. look for deals starting at $9.95!

Send the Trend's Betty Crystal Cuff
  • Send the Trend celebrates Small Biz Saturday with an additional $5 off, making every item only $24.95! The offer ends Dec. 31.  Just enter SMALLBIZ at checkout.




Nine West boots on sale for half price.
  • Loehmann's opens at 6 a.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. on Saturday.  Plus, the fist 400 shoppers each day get a $20 coupon and everything in the store is buy one get the second item at 50% off!

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