Not a Moment Past Midnight, Black Friday Begins

Through consideration of Black Fridays’ past, it would appear that each successive year, the day after Thanksgiving madness starts a little earlier than the last.

Friday, November 25, 2011 will claim the spot in history for earliest opening with mainstream stores right here in Menifee waiting no longer than one minute past Thanksgiving day to start the shopping.

Most major stores in Menifee Countryside Marketplace will open their doors precisely at 12:00 a.m. Friday morning. If you can call it morning yet?

With tummies still full from over feasting, consumers anxious to start their holiday shopping can waste no time in getting to it.

With that being said, we might suggest a Thursday night “nap” to rest up for Friday’s festivities. A stop at Starbucks might not hurt either.

In speaking with Kohl’s manager Mike, he was pleased to ensure that Kohl’s will be offering numerous unique customer incentives, some which have never been used before. For the first time ever, customers will receive $15 for every $50 spent.

Over five hundred special early bird items will be value priced across all departments from 12 am until 1 am. As with most stores, Friday marks the official start to extended holiday hours. From Friday, November 25 through Christmas Kohl’s will be open until midnight each night.

Some helpful insight to the Menifee Marketplace madness:

12:00 a.m.
Best Buy
Target
Kohl’s
Starbuck's
Game Stop

5:00 a.m
Lowe's

6:00 a.m.
T.J. Maxx
Michael's

7:00 a.m.
Famous Footwear

8:00 a.m.
Payless Shoe Source

Here we have Menifee Marketplace’s convenient shopping center map, in case you’d care to pre-route your plan of Black Friday attack.




2 Comments:

  1. Kohls doesnt have any lights on! Are you sure theyre open at 12am?! :(

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  2. Quite positive! We spoke with the manager and just called... They are open!

    ReplyDelete

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