- Light snow
Good news for shoppers worn out on Friday morning after fighting the Black Friday crowd: several stores will be offering Black Friday freebies.
IKEA: Get a free breakfast, lunch, or dinner with your receipt showing at least a $100 in-store purchase Friday, all day. It's not hard to spend $100 at IKEA.
Toys r Us: Free grab bag filled with $30 worth of stocking stuffers from LEGO, Crayola, and other brands to the first 200 customers in the store Thursday evening at 8.
Walgreens: Free Redbox rental to first 200 customers in the door on Thanksgiving.
CVS: Free Hershey bars and other gifts Friday for CVS Extra Care Loyalty members.
Half Price Books: Free tote bag to the first 100 customers Friday.
Sam's Club: Free coffee and and pastry to members all morning Friday.
Michaels Stores: Free Godiva chocolate to the first 100 customers Friday.
Old Navy: First 40 customers who make a $40 purchase Friday get a free Super Mario Bros. game.
Staples: Many items free after mail in rebate, all day Friday.
JC Penney: Free "buttons" with a code on the back saying how much discount you receive, all day Friday.
Make sure to check store hours, so you know the exact opening times.
As always, don't waste your money.
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