In my head (and my retail experience) Black Friday looks a little like an OutKast video.
People plan and buy matching outfits all in the name of a 30-75% off holiday sale. Trust I'm certainly not knocking it because sometimes you have to ninja chop somebody for the last Moana doll becuse the asking price is equivalent to college tuition.
So thanks to Wallet Hub you have a better chance of ending up in the right place but it's up to you and your stomach to make it there at the right time. They found that the things you can get the best deals on this year are movies, music, and books.
They'll cost an average of 53% less than if you bought them on Amazon any other time of year. The rest of the top five are video games, 38% off . . . toys, 24% . . . computers, 19% . . . and phones, also 19%.
The WORST discounts are on jewelry and clothing. They'll only cost 7% less than they normally would on Amazon.
Here's the full list (Wallet Hub)