Transcript for Retailers Are Trying to Get a Head Start on This Year's Holiday Shopping Season
Next tonight here, black Friday fast approaching. But it might already be here. Tonight, the list of the biggest deems already, and the items you should wait on. ABC's chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis tonight, out to save your money. Reporter: Tonight, the new rules for that Black Friday bargain hunt. When to buy. And where. Black Friday isn't a single day. It's every day until Christmas that you'll find deals. Reporter: Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy and target already rolling out the deals. Like 60-inch Samsung TV, now $580, more than $1,000 off at Walmart. $30 off the all-new kindle at Amazon. And at Best Buy, up to $250 in gift cards with your purchase of an iPhone 7. How do the discounts online compare to the discounts in stores? You should expect online discounts to match, or beat, the in-store discounts. Remember, selling online, they're competing with the world, so, they have to slash the prices to make it worth it. Reporter: For the top deems on TVs, phones and toys, the number crunchers recommend waiting until Thanksgiving and beyond, and using tools like camel camel camel which automatically alerts you when prices go lower and price blink, which flakes the best deems when you shot. David, around this time of year, you'll be getting e-mails if your favorite retailers, touting special offers. Our experts say, you can ignore them. They're not the best deals. David? Camel camel camel. I've written it down, Rebecca, thank you.
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