Black Friday is about getting the best deals, bottom line, and shoppers are looking for every edge they can get. Having a store map in hand can get you to those deals faster than the competition. Here they are.
The lists showcase which products will be on sale Black Friday, and the products marked (Early Bird) are limited quantity items.
There's a saying that you can't please all of the people all of the time. But apparently you can if they're holiday shoppers.
Thanksgiving shopping took a noticeable bite out of Black Friday's start to the holiday season, as the latest survey found retail sales fell slightly from last year.
While there was a protest at a St. Paul Walmart, it only included a handful of Walmart workers.
Retailers reported brisk sales and crowded parking lots Friday on the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season.
New curfew restrictions at the Mall of America on "Black Friday" go off with rave reviews.
Thousands of people opted for a shopping-free Black Friday this year, choosing instead a visit to a museum, park or library.
A quick glance around a crowded Best Buy store on Black Friday and you would notice that most shoppers were armed with ads.
One Milwaukee brewery is getting in on the Black Friday action.
Instead of warming up the oven, thousands of Twin Cities' shoppers could be found warming up for Black Friday.
To what lengths would you go for a $179 flat screen TV? If you are Joe Geary you'd pitch a tent in front of the Richfield Best Buy and wait four days for the opportunity to buy one.
Black Friday is alive and well with the top deals already appearing on kare11.com. So is it worth lining up?
The seemingly new "Black Thursday" trend is hitting a sore spot with shoppers, as stores like Target, Wal-Mart, and Sears open Thanksgiving night. But, some stores are holding on to the traditional Black Friday.
KARE 11 and kare11.com is your source for all the Black deals and tips this shopping season.
We're continuing coverage of the Black Friday buying bonanza with a secret weapon no one else in our viewing area has.
With more deals being offered online this holiday season there will also be more scams, and more risk for identity theft than ever.
Savvy smartphone shoppers will likely be out in force on Black Friday relying on their devices to save both time and money.
There is a holiday retail frenzy that all Minnesotans can get behind -- cheap vacations.
'Tis the season to shop, and now even earlier this year. Black Friday actually begins on Thursday for many stores.