There's really not much in life I love more than getting a bargain. I don't generally pay retail for anything. I won't go and "fight" to get in the door during Black Friday but I will be out there. I typically find some nice deals at Dunhams, Home Depot, Tractor Supply, and sometimes Walmart. A local Family Farm and Home store here has Muck boots for $70, 32 Gun Fireproof Safe for $400, jump starter for $20, 35 pound bucket cat litter for $10 (which I keep by my indoor emergency doggie potty and also use for oil spots in the garage), mauls for $18 and various other items. On some of the aforementioned items, I'm not really sure if they are spectacular prices or not, as I really haven't been scoping them out. I haven't gotten many of the flyers yet for the sales, which I normally have by now. Maybe they're not mailing them this year? I did see a 32 Gig micro card for $7 at WM on their site though. I need a couple more for the trail cams. And yes, I know Black Friday is mostly a ploy by the retailers to get folks out there just to buy. Well, I figure if it's something I'm going to (or need to) buy anyways....I might as well get a good deal. I don't go and buy things I don't need (usually), but I do find some neat things for a great price that I stock for kids Birthdays, Easter, etc. That way I never have to go and buy anyone a gift as I usually have something here already. Actually AFTER the holidays is when I usually stock up on gifts, mostly hunting items for the boys. But still, I do find some good deals during Black Friday. I'm just curious if anyone looks at Black Friday sales (or any other sales for that matter) with an eye, not on the intended purpose, but as prep items? Has anyone found some awesome deals this year that you want to share?