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How to not break the bank this Black Friday

By Emily Licursi | 11/17/16 | Posted in Campus News

According to the New York Times, Americans are expected to spend $884.5 billion during the holiday shopping season, a 3.3 percent increase from last year. Professionals are providing tips on how not to waste your money and the internet will be your best friend in preventing that.

Are the deals actually deals?

Check out the price history. Online stores will offer deals of the day that may seem worthwhile but could have been priced even lower previously. Camel Camel Camel is where you’ll want to go to track prices for online commerce stores such as

To save, make a list of all the items you want to buy on amazon, check their prices on camel, compare to the price listed currently on amazon and if the difference is significant, it’s worth the buy.

Use the same system for Best buy or Walmart. Determine the products and prices that you want and compare to amazon then compare again to Camel Camel Camel Camel.

Apps to Download

There are three vital apps you’ll want at easy access to keep up the savings and have an efficient Black Friday.

ShopSavvy will be your go to app for price comparison on the go. All you’ll have to do is scan your barcode of the product you want to get a list of products that will compare prices to make sure you’re getting the best deals.

Black Friday App will provide you with every deal available this Black Friday all in your pocket along with sale hours and store information. This app is helpful for price match information.

Nifit will give you historical price history, similar to Camel Camel Camel, but for all products. It will also be able to tell you if you can find a better deal later in the season.

And don’t Forget About Cyber Monday!

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