Black Friday: Prepare in Advance

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Knoxville (WVLT) - Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year and with nearly every business advertising great deals, you may feel a little overwhelmed and unsure of where to begin.

Don't worry, Volunteer TV's Whitney Daniel is here to help clear it all up for you and show you the best deals.

It can be confusing. So confusing, that some may skip shopping on Black Friday all together.

But with so many deals out there, it's hard not to head out here... Just out of curiosity!

All the ads can be overwhelming... But we've done some leg work for you to sort out what we think are the best deals on Black Friday.

Obviously, there are the early bird specials, in this case, the early bird really does get the worm, most stores promote huge sales and offer great discounts starting at 5:00 a.m.

A few we think might be worth standing in line for.

A seven-inch portable DVD player at Kohl's for $50.

For twenty dollars at toys-r-us, you can buy Moose Mountain Ball Pits for your little one.

Or how about a 'Black And Decker cordless drill and radio charger' for only $39 at Lowes.

Some stores also showcase secret items that aren't advertised ahead of time.

The 52-inch r-c-a projection HDTV is on sale for $474 at Wal-Mart.

At best buy, $129 will get you a Kodak easy share 7.1 mega pixel digital camera.

And at Comp USA, you'll find the four-gigabyte, i-pod nano for $199.99 along with a free 15-dollar i-tunes card.

Comp USA is holding a special sale thanksgiving night, doors open at nine and close at midnight, giving you a head start to your holiday shopping.

We'll see you back at eleven to see how many people came out to take advantage of the sale and hear why they say shopping on thanksgiving is worth the savings.

You can also find more deals at a special site dedicated to Black Friday 2006