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Black Friday may not give you the best deals -- but that may not be the point anymore

Black Friday may not give you the best deals -- but that may not be the point anymore

Deborah Sutton

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    At 4 a.m., the sky is dark and the weather freezing, but Rachel Crumbley of Pine Mountain, Georgia, and her mother-in-law and sister-in-law are ... [Read More]

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