Share photos of your Black Friday purchases as part of Patch's photo gallery.
Did you go out and buy a 60-inch flat-screen television? A new wardrobe? A drum set? A fully functional Batmobile? Snap a picture and share it with our readers. We're putting together a photo gallery of Black Friday buys in our Patch communities. If you bought something impressively large, strange or cheap, let us all see by uploading a photo of your buy into the gallery.
Thanksgiving weekend deals are no longer confined to the day after the holiday.
Thanksgiving remains the dividing line between a holiday almost devoid of commercialism and the biggest shopping season of the year. Although as the Washington Post noted, the start of the Christmas shopping season – "Black Friday" – has continued to be pushed forward. First stores opened at 5 a.m. And then earlier and earlier, until midnight became time for doors to open. The turkey isn't even fully digested before the shopping frenzy begins. As Patch noted, Walmart actually is starting its "Black Friday" sales on Thursday, opening stores at 8 p.m. That means people will have to scarf down dinner, shoo the relatives out the door and high tail it to Walmart to get a good spot in line. For those who enjoy the deals and the chaos, …