Black Friday is all about finding the best deal, but the greatest deal might just be something you don't have to spend a dime on.
Here is a list of all the stores that are giving shoppers free items:
Aeropostale is giving away a free pair of headphones or DJ Teddy with a purchase of $100 or more.
Cabela's is offering a free smoker, binoculars, gift card, hoodie or rifle to the first 600 customers.
Costco is giving away a free Simply Delicious The Costco Way cookbook.
Half Price Books will be giving a free tote bag and $5 gift card to the first 100 customers. One of the tote bags will have a $100 gift card inside.
JcPenney opens at 6 a.m. and if you are one of 80 million customers to grab a special holiday button, you could win various prizes.
Old Navy is giving away a Wii U Console to one customer per store. If you spend $40 or more, you will get a free copy of Super Mario Bros. U.
Michaels will be handing out free Godiva chocolate bars to the first 100 customers.
Sam’s Club is opening the doors at 7:00 a.m. if you want a free cup of Starbucks coffee and a free Artisan pastry to go shopping with.
Seattle's Best Coffee is offering free coffee to folks that have to work on Black Friday. Kind of nice isn’t it? You have to go to their Facebook page and “like” them, then choose to have a sample bag delivered to your home for free, print out a coupon to take to one of the free standing stores, or print out a $2 off coupon and go buy some beans at a Valley grocery store.
Victoria’s Secret is giving away a free tote bag full of beauty samples if you spend $65 or more.
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