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Black Friday Shopping Plan

This is one of the worksheets for the MomsBudget Black Friday Survival Guide!

Once you have figured out your Black Friday Pricing Log and figured out the stores you want to hit, use this one to list the presents you need to pick up at each store. Be sure to list the most important item first, the second most important item second, etc, especially when there are limited quantities. Also includes the section information so you can quickly plan your best route once you are in the store and can grab items you need that are closest. Check off each item as you get it or check if it is sold out. The ?? is for items you can't find, so you can quickly tell a salesperson what you are trying to find before another customer jumps in.

In the first line, put the store name, and circle the store's priority, whether it is the store you plan to hit first, second, etc. Also staple the flyers to the back, so if you are checking out and a price isn't coming up, you can quickly show the cashier where the price is listed in their flyer to save time on price checks.

Use a new worksheet for each store you plan on shopping at that day. This shopping plan also works on other holiday shopping days, when you are planning to do a lot of shopping in a single day and you don't want to forget what you were planning to buy at each store.

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