Shoppers around the country are hunting for the best deals for Black Friday.
Whether in-store or online, consumers are being urged to be beware of being duped.
“If you see 60% off, a lot of times that figure is inflated so you are not getting the bargain that you think you are, so knowing what a bargain is and what it isn’t by doing a bit of research and knowing what the actual prices, which can get a bit tricky because often prices are inflated just before so that they can claim this week that it is a big saving,” said consumer expert, Wendy Knowler.
Knowler says the only way to save is not to spend at all.
“If you are going to feel severely deprived then make a small spend but just avoid getting swept up in it and buying it on credit and that’s usually the problem,” she said.
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