This Black Friday will supposedly be the best time of the year to look for bargains in computing and electronics. Every year, the day after Thanksgiving – “Black Friday,” sees retailers offering ridiculous pricing on few high-profile products to get people into stores.


A variety of sites track these specials and often manage to scoop the stores by posting sale prices beforehand. The Black Friday is still 3 weeks away but the ads have already started coming in. So, it’s time to start figuring out where you want go and what you want to get. Use these resources to help you do just that.


Track the Black Friday Deals for 2009

1. BFAds


Black Friday Ads features all the latest updates on Black Friday deals. In addition, the site also features buying guides and shopping lists for those who want a little more than deal-seeking. You can discuss hot deals with others in its message boards, find discounts the site might have missed, and more.

Currently, they do not have much info on the deals, but am sure they will have all the updates when the D-Day comes. Keep this site on your radar when you get ready to buy on Black Friday.


bflogo is a simple and efficient site. You can pick a store from the logos on the front page to search for Black Friday sales. They also have a running list of Black Friday sales that are upcoming. This site has a great design and makes it super easy to browse through all the deals which interest you. even has a Facebook Fan page, so you can check out some of the latest updates on the popular social network.

3. Black Friday at Deal Taker


Tons of great Black Friday sales here, including ads from stores, coupons, flyers, and more. The design makes it easy to find all the current ads. The site also provides coupons and information on special deals for you to check out while you’re waiting for Black Friday.



You can find lots of good Black Friday sales here. They also have a nice feature where you can add and save your favorite sales to a list for easy access. Black features some of the most up-to-date news of any site in this roundup.

5. Black Friday Gotta Deals


The site has ads posted from retailers such as Sears, Kmart, Lowes and many more. Visitors to Black Friday @ are able to compare prices, look up product reviews and in some cases, purchase the same item online for less than the price displayed in the actual ad. You can also sign up for their free newsletter to stay on top of the latest Black Friday sales.

6. The Black Friday

bf2007 is one of the most popular source of black friday sale information. You can keep track of in-store coupons and flyers here, as well as multiple store-specific deals. Consider this as a backup only if all the other sites go down!!

7. BlackFridayAds


Small selection of stores on this site, but it’s frequently updated with new Black Friday sales information. Currently they have details on the deals offered by Sears, Lowes and ToysRus. I expect more stores to update their deals over here in coming weeks.

8. Black Friday


You can find Black Friday sales here by store, popular products, or category; you can also save all your favorite deals to a portable, printable list. Black Friday features one of the most user-friendly designs of any site in this roundup. It makes it quick and easy to find what you’re looking for. lists all the best deals from several well-known retailers. Simply click on one of the stores’ names in the right sidebar and you can see its respective Black Friday ad.

9. Black Friday Deals at Amazonir


While Black Friday are traditionally reserved for stores you can actually visit, giant online retailer has rolled out a huge plethora of specials especially for Black Friday. Get that gadget you always wanted at really cheap prices.

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