Black Friday 2013: Shop on Thanksgiving for the best deals or stay home in protest?

Will you be shopping on Thanksgiving for the best deals? Or will you stay home to protest the stores making employees work on Thanksgiving?

Nearly a dozen stores will be open on Thanksgiving night and most are offering "doorbuster" deals to you to shop.

- Kmart is offering doorbuster deals at 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday.

- Toys R Us will open at 5 p.m.

- Walmart and Best Buy will offer their deals at 6 p.m. (Note, many Walmart locations will be open all day.)

- Target, Macy's, JCPenney, Staples, Sears, Kohl's and Office Depot  are opening at 8 p.m.

Here are some of the best deals being offered Thursday night by location and time:

-- 6pm

- Walmart is offering a 32" HDTV $98 and a 16GB iPad mini with Wi-Fi for $299 (with a $100 gift card for Walmart). Details: http://ch7ne.ws/1ivnjLs

- Best Buy is selling laptops (4GB memory, 320 GB hard drive) for as low as $177.99, a Sony Blu-Ray player for $54.99 and a 16GB iPad Nano for $99.99. Learn more: http://ch7ne.ws/HJgw2v

-- 7 pm

- Kmart is offering an 8" Zeki, Google-certified, tablet for $79.99. That's $60 off.  Kmart also has Joe Boxer kids pajamas for $8. (That's $6.99 off.) And Thursday, Friday and Saturday, all footwear is buy one, get one free. See more Kmart deals: http://ch7ne.ws/1c57CaH

-- 8pm

- Target is selling a 50" HGTV for $229, the Sony Blue-ray player for $54.99 and a 10" portable DVD player for $59. Learn more about Target's sale: http://ch7ne.ws/1iLoPcu

- Office Depot has a Canon wireless printer for $29.99, 30 percent off Belkin chargers and 25 percent off Otterboxes. See more special at Office Depot: http://ch7ne.ws/IdkH6G

See the ads not listed above:

Toys R Us: http://bfads.net/Black-Friday/Toys-R-Us/Ad#

Macy's: http://bfads.net/Black-Friday/Macys/Ad#

JcPenney: http://bfads.net/Black-Friday/JCPenney/Ad#

Staples: http://bfads.net/Black-Friday/Staples/Ad#

Sears: http://bfads.net/Black-Friday/Sears/Ad#

Kohl's: http://bfads.net/Black-Friday/Kohls/Ad#

 

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