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veterans day saleIt's a chance to avoid the crush of Black Friday sales shopping - without the usual mad rush!

Even so, it will take the fervor of a patriot and the tactical planning of a 4-star general to successfully navigate the first big sales day of the holiday season.

This year, Veterans Day is on Saturday, November 11. 2017. Ready? Here are some tips to help:


How to shop Veterans Day sales

Every year, Christmas sales start earlier and earlier, with the starting bell rung loud and clear beginning on Veterans Day.

Heading into the 2017 holiday season, watch for the first "Super Saturday" sale of the year falling on (you guessed it) Veterans Day weekend.

If you haven't already, first check local newspapers or hunt online for store circulars advertising when, and where, the best Veterans Day sales are taking place. Have your holiday gift list ready, and plan out the appropriate stores to hit along your shopping route.

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On arrival at the stores, look for Veteran's Day sales on toys, kids clothing, and gifts sets of gloves, scarves, hats and other winter gear at the mega-department stores such as Walmart, Sears, Macy's, and Target.

Also watch for retailers such as Best Buy and PC Richard to start pushing early holiday electronics sales with great buys on everything from laptops to flat screen TVs.

Looking for a new or used car this time of year? Auto dealers also have a deal for you as they begin to drive their current inventory off the lot to make room for next year's models!

Finally, if you're an active duty military, veteran, or an immediate family member, take advantage of free meals offered by a dozen or so nationwide restaurants chains (Applebee's, Olive Garden, and T.G.I. Fridays, to name only a few) in honor of the holiday.

Lowe's and Home Depot also traditionally offer 10% discounts to anyone with a valid military ID on Veteran's Day.


How else to save on during Veterans Day sales

Don't forget to comparison shop at online stores which offer discounts and early Black Friday bargains on everything from infant and baby clothes to women's fashion clothing. As always, also keep a watchful eye on free shipping offers and discount codes and coupons for even greater savings online.

In the end, no worries if you haven't completed all of your holiday shopping by the end of Veteran's Day sales. Remember that Black Friday -- on Friday, November 24, 2017 -- is less than 3 weeks away...


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More about Veterans Day sales around the Web:

Around the Web, check out the latest updates on what's on sale, where to find sales coupons and codes online and related guides to getting the best discount bargains during the holiday season's first big sales blowout ....

Veteran's Day Sales and Coupon Codes - The latest reports on department store sales and restaurant specials for veterans on offer throughout the holiday weekend.

Veteran's Day Car Sales - Check out who's providing the best deals with a searchable database of major car manufacturer's Veteran's Day sales by make, model or location, along with a guide to active duty auto loans for military service members.

Veteran's Day Discounts and Free Meals - Information on the latest and greatest bargains at department stores including free or discounted meals on offer for veterans from nationwide restaurants.


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