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With many shoppers turning to online shopping vs in store, it’s hard to predict what Black Friday sales will look like this year. Especially when some of the major retailers like Walmart, Target, DICK’S Sporting Goods, Best Buy, and Kohl’s have decided to be closed on Thanksgiving. Also, Amazon’s Prime Day has been delayed, it is expected to start sometime in October not leaving much time before Black Friday sales begin. It has grown from a single day event to a month-long event full of product promotions. Here's some helpful tips to help you prepare for the holiday rush.