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Macy's Black Friday 2018 ad is out; store opens on Thanksgiving

Several items are free after a mail-in rebate
Posted: 5:53 AM, Nov 05, 2018
Updated: 2018-11-05 17:34:56Z

Macy's may not get the Black Friday crowds and lines like Best Buy, Walmart and Target, but smart shoppers know it's a great place to find bargains on Thanksgiving night.

Macy's will open at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving, and its highlight is several items that are free after using mail-in rebates.

Shoppers get Black Friday prices all weekend long and don't have to be there at 5 p.m. if they are against the idea of skipping out on a holiday family dinner.

Those who go should be sure to bring the coupons from the Macy's ad for additional savings on many items, especially clothing.

Macy's best 2018 deals

Among the best deals at Macy's  Thanksgiving night, according to BestBlackFriday.com,  are these free items:

• 1.5 QT. Bella Slow Cooker Doorbuster for $10 (free after mail-in rebate)
• Lauren Ralph Lauren Logo Pillow Doorbuster for $10 (free after mail-in rebate)
• Glassware Sets Doorbuster for $10 (free after mail-in rebate)
• Mohawk Bath Rug Doorbuster for $10 (free after mail-in rebate)
• Select Tote Bags Doorbuster for $10 (free after mail-in rebate)
• Fashion Watches Doorbuster for $20 (free after mail-in rebate)
• Micky Or Minnie Plush Doorbuster for $10 (free after mail-in rebate)
• Thermal Henley Doorbuster for $10 (free after mail-in rebate)
• Gold Toe Slippers Doorbuster for $10 (free after mail-in rebate)

Coupon deals include:

• $10-off coupon with purchase of $25 or more on select items
• $20-off coupon with purchase of $50 or more on select items

Also look for:

• $69 Instant Pot
• $19 small kitchen appliances
• $50 off Vitamix blenders

See the full Macy's ad here . As always, don't waste your money.

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