Black Friday’s Prep Guide!

Hello beauties,

Every year, we have the same problem. We get overwhelmed by the quantity of information about the black Friday, to the point that we need help.

In this post, we are going to share with you some tricks and advice for you to survive and pass passively by the craziest day of the year without losing your mind or more importantly, your wallet. These tricks are nothing special but over the years we learned a thing or two when it comes to shopping with promotions.


Without more further due and because the big day is almost here, let’s begin this post…



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This is one of the most important pieces of advice to save coins in your wallet. Do the list in the week before with what you need to buy and nothing else.  The list should be by store, so you know what you need for each store and then you don’t need to come back to the same shop. Be specific, don’t look for the things that you don’t need!



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Yes, in your list put in first what is most important. In the first part of the list you need to have the “must-have to buy”, this way you have a better chance to find what you need the most still available.



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It’s an incredible opportunity to shop for your Christmas presents and also maybe something that you will need for the Christmas night. We should also think about others and not just in ourselves.



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I know many people love the run and the out of control of the stores, but you have better chances to find what you need in front of a computer in the comfort of your home. Maybe you can even find better deals. Another thing is that when you go to a store you tend to buy more than you initially wanted, the temptation is bigger and the stores have ways to make your brain attracted to certain products.



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Like the list that you need to plan in advance, you also must need to plan what you can spend. This is almost the number one priority.



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This is the last advice that we have for you. Remember that some discounts on black Friday are fake! A good option to avoid this is to make a search in the week before, check the original prices of what you want to buy and then see what will be the discount on the day.


These are the advices that we have for a smooth Black Friday. On the day we are going to share with you all the discounts and links that we found to help you and make it a little bit easy!

We hope you have a great day and good preparation for Black Friday.



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