Shoppers know all about the best after-Thanksgiving deals on big-ticket items, but they aren't always aware of the less publicized Black Friday freebies.
This year, with Black Friday specials starting on Thanksgiving night, an increasing number of stores are offering shoppers giveaways and promotions along with the normal discounts and deals.
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Here's a list of the best Black Friday freebies, as compiled by The Street
(deals are typically "while supplies last"):
Get a free iPhone 4S, iPhone 5C, or Samsung Galaxy S4 with any two-year service agreement. Also get a free camera case and memory card with purchase of any Canon PowerShot digital camera.
Starting at 4 a.m., shoppers get a free Mickey Mouse snow globe.
The first 100 shoppers get a free pet stocking already pre-stuffed with dog and cat treats and $130 worth of coupons.
Get a free Lil Wayne compilation album when you spend $50 or more.
Get a free $25 gift card and free backpack when you buy the Wii U Skylanders SWAP Force Bundle for $300 and get either a free LEGO toy set or free LEGO keychain when you buy a LEGO game.
Toys "R" Us:
Get a free jersey when you buy select Nerf Dart Tag items. Also get a $10 gift card with any $75+ purchase.
Get a pair of free Skullcandy earbuds when you spend $100 or more. Alternatively, you can take home a free pair of Skullcandy 2XL Headphones with a $150 purchase.
Starting at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, the store will select one winner per hour to win a "Dream Receipt," meaning they'll get everything in their cart for free. Promotion is both in-store and online.
The first 500 shoppers are put in the running to win $1 million shopping spree. The winner is selected Nov. 29 at 10 p.m. EST.
Get a $100 gift card when you purchase select smartphones, possibly yielding a profit.
Get a $20 gift card when you spend $100 or more on select brands.
Seattle's Best Coffee:
Pick up a free small cup of coffee to re-energize in between store stops.
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