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Every year, Movie TV Tech Geeks hunts down the best deals in all things before Black Friday and Cyber Monday since we know how harrowing it can be not to mention, frustrating. There are so many deals being offered, but if you don’t look at the fine print, you realize you would have saved more money shopping elsewhere. So, we’ve been scouring store websites looking for the early Black Friday savings and found you some pretty good deals, so sit back and let us make your holiday shopping more peaceful and economical. Check here for all the updated store hours of all major retailers.

Keeping checking our Black Friday section as we’ll continually update it along with Cyber Monday for your shopping convenience. You can also check out Amazon’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals here as they’ll keep changing as fast as a Kardashian’s Instagram page.

If you’re looking for kitchen appliances, you might want to look at Sears. Their Thanksgiving Day door-buster includes a frontload washer and dryer package for $799; that’s a savings of 57-percent. They also have a stainless bottom freezer fridge for $949; that’s 52-percent less than normal pricing.

Target has a ton of deals, but this one on Apple products jumped off the page at me. The hook is the in-store rebate. On the iPad Air 2, it’s $150 back to you in the form of a Target gift card. And still at Target, top brand-name toys are buy one, get any next one for half-price.

At Walmart, they have great deals on large screen TV’s, some smart, some not, but if you’re in the market for one, give them a look as prices are under $300 on Thanksgiving Day after 6 p.m., both in-store and online.

black friday deals amazon 2015 imagesAt CVS, you’ll find stocking stuffers for the sometimes hard-to-buy-for teenage girls. Buy two, get one free mix-and-match cosmetics.

If you want Christmas decorations from Pier One, they’ve got trees, stockings, and ornaments up to 30-percent off.

At Charlotte’s own Belk, you can get boots for less, up to $70 savings in some cases. And when it comes to women’s coats, you can get a $175 discount! Their doors open at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. The deals are active online all day long, too.

At Sports Authority (online only in the Carolinas), they’ve got a variety of deals for you. Buy one get one balls, 50-percent off on some workout gear, and 25-percent off on shoes, plus a $15 gift card.

And if you want to spice up your fall and winter foot look, Rack Room Shoes is offering a whole slew of trendy boots all for under $20!

A lot of these deals are online, too. Best advice is to pay with credit cards and ask about their return policies. Some deals might have some small print attached that could cause you a headache later if you want to return it. Don’t always expect money back, sometimes it’s store credit, and it’s good to know that up front.