First comes the turkey -- then comes the shopping.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers has the secrets every Black Friday bargain hunter needs to know.
It's a shopper's Super Bowl...
(Locastro) "Black Friday is projected to be the biggest shopping day of the year, in terms of volume of people and money spent."
Mark Locastro is with DealNews.com and says those door buster deals are there to get you in the door.
(Locastro) "What they want you to do is get you to that store, so you buy something else. So, if you are shopping in store, avoid impulse purchasing at all costs."
The golden rule of Black Friday shopping? Do your homework -- research prices now.
(Locastro) "You have to know how much these things cost now and get a baseline for that, so if you do see it for a cheaper price, you can go ahead and take advantage of that."
Some of the hot deals may not be located where they normally would... which means you might find the hot DVD's in the produce section.
(Locastro) "They want you to meander through the store. They want you to get lost in the store. Because their calculations-- the more time you spend in the store, the more money you are likely to spend."
Mark says get the store's Black Friday map ahead of time, and make a game plan.
Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.