According to USA Today, Amazon will add 2014 Black Friday specials and "Lightning Deals" as often as every ten minutes, so savvy shoppers will need to stay tuned to the page and to social media to capture as many great items as possible.
Of course spending time with the family and shopping on the tablet or phone is a little more endearing than scheduling Thanksgiving dinner at ten o'clock in the morning to get to the box store for it's grand opening, so that's a major win for bargain hunters. Deals like a $79 32-inch LED TV and more are bound to attract a lot of interest.
In the end though, shopping and saving money seem to go hand in hand, so taking a few minutes to stock up on those Amazon gift cards to get free gas at a certain local supermarket might also make the cut for bargain hunters.
Remember that there is more than one way to take advantage of those great deals that will appear in ads and stores this holiday season.