If you’re going to face the masses on Black Friday, you’d BETTER get some insane deals to make up for it.
A new study analyzed the Black Friday ads from 29 of the biggest retail chains in the country to figure out who’s offering the best average deals this year . . . and who’s offering the worst.
The average deal overall is 40.4% off. That’s an improvement from last year, when it was 37% off.
And the best deals this year are at . . . Stage department stores. That includes Stage, Bealls, Palais Royal, Peebles, and Goody’s . . . where things are an average of 69.8% off.
The other stores that are averaging at least 50% off are: Belk . . . JCPenney . . . Kohl’s . . . New York & Company . . . Dick’s Sporting Goods . . . and Kmart.
The store offering the worst deals this year is . . . Ace Hardware. The discount is just 11.8%.
The other stores that are averaging less than 30% off are: True Value . . . Costco . . . Harbor Freight . . . Amazon . . . Big Lots . . . Dell . . . and Best Buy.
(Here’s the full list of all 29 stores and their average discount.)