Thanksgiving 2013 at Best Buy versus dinner

Thanksgiving 2013 at Best Buy versus dinner
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Posted 10 Nov 2013, 16:43

It seems that Best Buy want you to spend Thanksgiving 2013 in store rather than having dinner with friends and family. While they won’t force you into your local Best Buy store on Thanksgiving, it seems this year they want to start sales much earlier than usual to hopefully drive profits higher.

One Black Friday Ads website reports that the opening hours this year for Best Buy includes their doorbuster deals starting at 6PM on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 28. This information was sourced from an official press statement that Best Buy released to the media, and within that article they explain more than 1,000 stores will start doorbusters the day before Black Friday.

You can read the full press statement on Best Buy, but what we would love to know from Product Reviews readers is if you will change your plans and head to Best Buy on Thanksgiving 2013? This might have been a time when you was planning a special dinner in 2012, but this year you can count on some people trying to get one of the limited stock TVs, tablets or other doorbuster deals before others.

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If you want to learn more about the Best Buy Black Friday ad, then head over to our dedicated page through the link. It is worth noting that BFAds.co.uk also featured a news story about Kmart workers and how a few commented on the need to work longer hours this year, which is thanks to their employer extending opening hours from Thanksgiving Day.

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  • Alex S.

    I don’t understand the complaints people continue to have about stores and the times they’ll be open/closed. Many retailers started 8pm sales on Thanksgiving last year and it seemed to go over just fine. I’m not sure why people seem to think there are these sacred times when you shouldn’t have a business open – if we really want to make some complaints it should probably start with us, as consumers, and our material “needs”. Here’s the bottom line: if you don’t like the practices a business employs, don’t shop there; if you don’t like the hours they’re open, don’t work there. I’m not outwardly pro-business or anything, I just don’t think a story like this should affect people as much as its going to.

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