“Doorbusters.” “Blockbusters.” “The real deals.”
Deals, deals, deals.
That's what big box brands such as Walmart and Best Buy are shopping to you. But, should you buy what they're selling?
"Not everything you see advertised is what you are going to get," said Matt Granite, also know as "The Deal Boss."
He says some stores may not even have the advertised item at many participating stores, so beware of store propaganda.
"Not everything on Black Friday is at its lowest recorded price,” he said. “Stores want you to believe that... that is not the case."
So, what deals are worth your money?
“The one exception for Black Friday is if you are looking for a television, a laptop, a gaming unit or an appliance,” he said. “Those deals are at their lowest price Black Friday over anytime this year."
And while those deals are great ones, the deal boss says his best deals aren't what you might think.
"Day to day essentials,” he said. “The cookware sets, knives, the things you can use in your kitchen. Those are, in my opinion, the best discounts and most useful items on Black Friday."
And don't expect to get bum rushed for the biggest doorbuster on Black Friday, either.
The Deal Boss says Black Friday has lost some of its luster and that's thanks to Cyber Monday and Amazon Prime Day.
"Black Friday has become Black Friday Month," he explained. "The entire two weeks that precede Black Friday actually see the exact same deals that people line up for."
So, The Deal Boss says don't wait in line for something you can likely buy right now. He also notes that this time of year will be the best time to purchase an Apple product as Walmart, Target and Best Buy will have steep discounts and gift cards tied to the iPhone, iPad, Macbook and Apple Watch.
With all that said, The Deal Boss tells us Nov. 11 is the biggest savings day you are going to find.