Can't stop the shop, but Black Friday 2020 will look very different

Black Friday is already looking a lot different this year.

Traditionally, Black Friday shoppers would wait outside their favorite stores, then rush inside and run through the crowd in hopes of getting the best deals.

But in a pandemic, crowds are a no-no.

Financial expert Dan Roccato says there are great deals to be had if you know when and where to shop. You can watch the video above with some of his tips and suggestions.

Also, in the video below, FOX'S Steve Noviello reports on how people are shopping and how retailers are reacting with deep discounts. Kyle James of shares his insights.

Amazon says it's launching Black Friday deals this Friday, a week before the actual day. The company is promising discounts in a variety of categories including toys, gadgets, home and kitchen items.

Amazon will also host small business holiday deals between Nov. 26 and 30.

Walmart released its official advertisement this week. The 12-page ad is on the company's website.

Several items will be available to buy starting at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25.

The new and oh-so-popular Sony PlayStation 5, along with the XBox Series X, are listed as online only offers in the book. Additional items will go on sale at midnight on Black Friday.

Walmart revamped its sale due to the pandemic by pushing people toward buying online.

RELATED: Walmart resumes counting customers in stores due to coronavirus surge

Other stores, like Home Depot , Kohl's, Macy's and Target are offering some deep discounts.

Target, for example, is hosting Black Friday all month long.

Experts say this is the time to shop for those who are looking to save on electronics and toys.

If you do find a better deal closer to Black Friday or even Christmas, experts say many of the stores are offering price adjustments, just save those receipts.



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