OK, the turkey is picked over and you're stuffed. You've overdosed on football and can't stomach another slice of pie. The sparkling cider bottle is empty and your relatives are napping on the couch. So, what's next?

Go stand in line outside one of the Island's many stores that have slashed prices to lure you in. Here are the hour-by-hour highlights of who's doing what for Black Friday. Ready, set, shop!


Walmart opens with $4 Zhu Zhu Pets and $199 Nintendo Wii that includes a $50 gift card. Tanger Outlets open in Deer Park and Riverhead, with $10 gift cards for the first 250 shoppers in line at customer service.

3 a.m.

Kohl's opens with 50 percent off Fisher-Price, PlaySkool, Barbie and Hot Wheels toys.

4 a.m.

Macy's, Target, JCPenney and Sears open, as well as Walt Whitman, Green Acres and Smith Haven malls.

5 a.m.

Best Buy opens, with Blu-ray DVDs starting at $7.99 and 50-inch Panasonic plasma TVs for $699 (limited quantities). Roosevelt Field, Westfield Sunrise and South Shore malls open.

At Broadway Mall, the first 100 customers to bring their Thanksgiving turkey wishbone to customer service get a $20 mall gift card.

5:30 a.m.

50 additional doorbuster deals start at Toys R Us.

6 a.m.

P.C. Richards opens, with all-day deals including a 15-inch HP Notebook computer for $376.

10 a.m.

Americana Manhasset and Wheatley Plaza open. Barnes & Noble opens, $10 gift card for every $100 gift card purchased.


Morning doorbuster sales end at Sears, including buy a 14-pixel General Electric digital camera for $149 and get a free GE C1033 10 mp digital camera ($69.99 value).

1 p.m.

Last call for JCPenney morning doorbusters, including $9.88 Cooks brand

countertop appliances.

10 p.m.

Tanger Outlets close, as well as Roosevelt Field, Walt Whitman, The Source and most other malls.

11 p.m.

Target, Kmart and Walmart stores (except 24-hour locations) close.


Kohl's closes.

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