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Macy’s Black Friday Madness: We Found Their Best Deals — Up to 88% Off!

Updated November 23, 2015
by Jamie Cattanach
Staff Writer
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Macy’s has always held a huge place in my heart as a holiday symbol.

From watching the Thanksgiving Day parade to exploring the city-block-sized outlet in New York City on family trips, there’s something about Macy’s that’s always just felt like Christmas — and home.

This year, that feeling is amplified by all the great deals the department store is rolling out for Black Friday.

You can get a brand-new mattress for as low as $137, or save 80% on designer clothes for the whole family.

Housewares? You’re covered — sheets, bedspreads and kitchen wares are all available at super steep discounts.

How to Save Even More at Macy’s

Sorry, Macy’s members — these deals are good enough that the store won’t let you use your Macy’s card.

But if you’re a Discover cardholder, you could earn up to 10% cash back by shopping through the Discover Deals portal. Just remember to pay your card off in full to avoid spending extra in interest.

No Discover card? No problem: There are lots of other deals at Cashbackholic that’ll earn you up to 8% cash back, too.

If you use discounted gift cards, you’ll save a little more. They’re available in lots of different denominations on Raise, and will save you about 10% off your final purchase.

The Fine Print on Macy’s Ads

Here’s a trick for all you Penny Hoarders: Macy’s best deals favor early risers.

In fact, if you can give up the pumpkin pie and football, you might want to get started when Macy’s opens on Thanksgiving evening at 6 p.m.

The crazy-low doorbuster prices run through 1 p.m. on Friday, and can be up to 50% lower than the second sales price that’s available the rest of the weekend.

Ready to Save at Macy’s?

Check out the best Macy’s deals on our exclusive Black Friday site!

Jamie Cattanach is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder and a native Floridian. She’s passionate about learning, literature, chocolate and finding ways to live the good life as cost-effectively as possible. You can wave hi to @jamiecattanach on Twitter.

by Jamie Cattanach
Contributor for The Penny Hoarder

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