Black Friday Deals, Local and National Locations

Updated: Monday, November 25 2013, 04:34 PM EST
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Best Buy
Opens 6pm Thanksgiving Day, tickets handed out to those in line an hour before
Door busters at 10pmThursday, 12am Friday, 10am Friday
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Opens 8pm Thanksgiving day
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Opens 6pm Thanksgiving Day
Guaranteed select items if in the store from 6-7pm
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Opens 5pm Thanksgiving Day
Door busters from 5pm Thursday, 5am Friday
Four hour deals from 5-9pm
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Open 24 hours, deals start at 6am each day
Daily deals Thursday, Friday, Saturday
    Deals: Buy one iPad Air with Retina Display or iPad 2 and receive a coupon for $100 off your next Meijer shopping trip (Thanksgiving Day)
    Get 10 percent off any Beats by Dre Headphones and receive a coupon for $50 off your next shopping trip (Thanksgiving Day)
    Get more than $165 in savings when you buy one Sony PlayStation 3 250GB System for $199.99 on Black Friday and receive a coupon for $20 off your next Meijer shopping trip.
    Buy one Kindle Fire XD/HDX 7-inch tablet for $139 on Black Friday and get a coupon for $40 off your next Meijer shopping trip.
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Opens 8pm Thanksgiving day (open til 1am Friday)
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Al-Van Humane Society
The Al-Van Humane Society in South Haven will be holding their own version of a Black Friday special, which they are calling A Home for the Holidays.

The group is following in the Black Friday tradition and starting with an hour long door-buster from 11-12 where they are waiving adoption fees on animals over six months. They will continue to have specials on adoption fees all day.

The goal is to get as many animals into loving homes as possible in time for the holidays.  All adopters will still need to pass our adoption criteria.

Please feel free to call us with any questions or clarifications at (269) 637-5062.

The Edge
$299 snowboard/binding packages- normally $550
$99 snowboard boots  - normally $200
All snowboard products 20-50% off

$299 wakeboard / binding packages - normally $600
$175 kids wakeboard / binding packages -  normally $350
$50 tubes -normally $110
All watersports 20-50% off

$60-75 complete skateboard packages- normally $100-130
$99 complete longboard packages- normally $200
$25 skate shoes
All skate sports 20% off

And for the big toys- the REAL Christmas gifts

All new in-stock or ordered MB boats or cypress cay pontoons 20%-25% off! and a $500 gift card to fill the boats with goodies.

Crossroads Mall
JC Penney's, Macy's & Sears will open at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
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