Black Friday deals that are free sounds too good to be true…but in 2015, it’s a fact, not fiction, that some companies are offering no-cost specials to entice you to their stores. With about half of the nation shopping on Black Friday, there’s a good reason why so many deals are free this year, reported Parade.
While Black Friday sales are great, free deals are even better, and the following corporations hope that’s what some of the over 80 million anticipated shoppers will think as they tempt them with the freebies below.
Work Off Thanksgiving Calories For Free At Gold’s Gym
Gold’s Gym wants to help those who ate too much of those Thanksgiving dinner treats. So if you stuffed yourself on the stuffing and plumped up on the pumpkin pie, Gold’s Gym has created “Trim The Fat Friday.” It’s designed to help you burn off those excess calories by giving you a free membership for the day at the various Gold’s Gym locations throughout the nation.
Delight In Downton Abbey Black Friday Free Deals
Do you love everything to do with Downton Abbey? Then Cost Plus World Market has a Black Friday free deal you’ll love. On Friday as well as Saturday and Sunday, arrive early to achieve the goal of ranking among the first 100 shoppers of the day at Cost Plus World Market. If you succeed, you will receive a no-cost Downton Abbey gift box containing a tea cup. Different tea cups will be offered on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Jump To JCPenney For Black Friday Disney Snow Globe Free Deals
If one deal is good, more is even better. That’s the theory at JCPenny. Customers who arrive early get coupons that they can turn around and redeem in the store valued at $10 off $10 or $100 off $100. The coupon freebies are based on the amount the store has, and JCPenny will keep handing them out until they have none left. But that’s not all. At 3 p.m. on Black Friday, JCPenny will offer free deals in the form of collectible Disney snow globes.
Bag This Black Friday Free Deal At Half Price Books
In an era where “recycle, reuse” is the mantra, a tote bag is always welcome. Arrive early enough to rank as one of the first 100 customers at Half Price Books for a $5 gift card plus free tote bag. You must be at least 16-years-old to benefit from Half Price Books’ free deal on Black Friday, and the company also promises to take a 20 percent deduction from whatever you buy throughout the day.
Pet Parents Will Meow And Bark At This Black Friday Free Deal
PetSmart is waving its paws to attract customers on Black Friday. Be among the first 100 shoppers in your local store, and you’ll get a card that lets you redeem a Digital Reward for a free online movie. And if you’ve got a dog that looks so pitiful when you leave the house, PetSmart will let you bring Fido along to help you choose the best dog biscuits in the store.
Don’t Shop On An Empty Stomach: Get Breakfast Free
Choosing the best bargains is challenging when you’re hungry. Sam’s Club members can solve that concern because of a Black Friday free deal that, between 7 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., gives them access to no-cost muffins, fruit, orange juice, and even biscuits and gravy.
Black Friday Sales & Deals Hours
All the information about deals doesn’t help if you don’t know when the stores you want to target open and close. Below are the Black Friday 2015 hours for hot deals and sales, according to the Denver Channel.
Target: Opens Thanksgiving Day at 6 pm, stays open until 11 pm Friday.
Best Buy: Opens at 8 a.m. on Black Friday.
Toys R Us: Opens Black Friday at 7 a.m.
Sports Authority: Opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.
Petsmart: Opens at 7 a.m. on Black Friday.
Walmart: Opens at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving to kick-start its sales.
[Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Dog For Dog]