updated - September 18, 2021 Saturday EDT
While several shoppers would sacrifice the day after Thanksgiving to catch the best buys for Black Friday 2015, there are others who find lining up early in the morning just to get discounts on gadgets, appliances and other products too tedious.
Given how technology-driven society is now, interested shoppers can now use either of two apps to looks for the bargain buys.
According to BGR, Black Friday enthusiasts can download other BuyVia or RetailMeNot to get the best deals.
BuyVia reportedly lists deals by category including nearby deals, Black Friday deals, Cyber Monday deals, and more. Buyers can also use the app to scan coupons using phone cameras aside from listing available coupons for deals in areas close by.
"Automatically enter store logins with 1Password digital wallet Integration," the app's feature list further stated, as well as getting "shopping alerts when products go on sale."
Users can also "synchronize shopping lists, preferences, and alerts on all devices" and "share deals via Facebook, Twitter, email, and text."
On the other hand, buyers can pick out their favorite stores first on RetailMeNot. It will then "curate a list of daily deals at those stores that you can take advantage of right now." It will also give users timely updates on deals on the shops you want to visit this season.
This app, however, doesn't have a tab that shows the best buys for Black Friday 2015 yet, BGR reported.
"Share coupons and deals with friends," the app's full feature list points out. "Win great prizes from our contests and sweepstakes. Redeem online coupon codes using 'drag and drop' functionality."
Still want a hands-on approach to finding the best buys for Black Friday 2015? Target, Walmart, JC Penny, Best Buy, Belk, and Sears will open ahead on Thanksgiving for early bird shoppers, according to AL.com.
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