Black Friday List 2011

Black Friday ads, AKA the day after Thanksgiving ads is historically one of the busiest retail shopping days each year in the United States. Most retailers will open very early and provide massive sales on their products. Below is the black friday list for black Friday that have leaked on to the internet. So get jumpstart on your Christmas shoping list this year and save!

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Best Buy logoJC Penney logoKohls logoOffice Max logoRadio Shack logoStaples logoTarget logoToys R Us logoHarbor Freight logoKmart logoSears logoSams logoLowes logoBass Pro logoGame Stop logohhgregg logoMacys logoMeijer logoOffice Depot logoOld Navy logoPep Boys logoWalgreens logoWalMart logoRite Aid logoFred's logoTrue Value logoSports Authority logoNorthern Tool logoModells logoMichaels logoMenards logoMacMall logoJoann logoHalf Price Books logoGander Mountain logoDell Home logoCabelas logoBurlington Coat Factory logoBealls Florida logoAAFES logoAcademy Sports logoAmazon.com logoBJ's Wholesale logoOlympia Sports logoPetSmart logoDicks Sporting Goods logoHarry & David logoWalmart Toyland logoGuitar Center logoShopko logoZales logoTractor Supply Company logoHastings logoKmart Toy Book logoToys-R-Us Big Book logo
Look at past years black friday ads:
Black Friday 2010
Black Friday 2009
Black Friday 2008
Black Friday 2007
Black Friday 2006





So why is it called Black Friday?

The most popular theory of the black Friday origin is that retailers operated at a financial loss for most of the year 2011 but regained their profits during the holiday season starting on the "Friday" after Thanksgiving. When accountings file the financial records the red ink showed the negative amounts and the black ink showed the positive amounts. Black Friday, The day after Thanks Giving was the beginning of the period where the retailer would not have losses for that year. Profit margins were in the "black"