What not to buy on Black Friday
The frenzy of Black Friday may hypnotize some people, but shopping experts encourage the penny-wise to exercise self-control because not all deals are created equally.
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Tamra Feldman, marketing vice president at Shop It To Me, said that, historically, the best average online discounts, 46 percent, appear from August to September and January to February.
"It's a huge time of year for people shopping in stores and online with a variety of merchandise available. But it's not the best time of year to buy for the steepest discounts," she said.
Emily Dovi from deals site Dealnews has compiled a list of the following items that may have bigger discounts other times of the year.