How was your holiday shopping experience this year?
Many who chose to be out since 9 p.m. waiting in line to get into those glorious store doors at midnight are probably back home and relaxing the rest of the day with a cup of peppermint mocha coffee. Or maybe you're just taking a nap because of the lack of sleep. With this moment of holiday relaxation, Patch wants to know everything about your Black Friday experience for 2012. How long did you wait in line? Where did you go? What's the biggest bargain you got this year? Did you get all of your Christmas shopping done? Did anyone become unruly or out of hand? Tell us in the comments below.
Norcross shoppers: Put on your helmets and elbow pads, its time for the annual shopping rush.
Full and happy and ready to shop? We found a few of the closest Black Friday deals to Norcross, many at the Forum just across Peachtree Parkway. Happy shopping! The local Justice (former Limited Too) store is accepting Coupon Mountain coupons. Look for their online coupon code for 40% off (valid through the holiday season). Are you a Target shopper? Coupon Mountain has printable coupons for clothing, toys and other items. Be on the lookout for $7 to $70 code (good for online purchases only) that is good up until Christmas Eve. The store opens at midnight for Black Friday shoppers. Belk's has a 20% Friday early bird deal for its Belk Rewards Card holders. And we mean early, serious shoppers should plan on arriving at 3 a.m. (yes you read it…