From offers to purchase tips, here is a guide on how to get the most out of the bargains of the maximum day of Christmas shopping.
The biggest shopping season starts once you’ve filled the belly of a rich turkey. During Black Friday, electronic product offerings abound especially. Large retailers and companies, in fact, have already begun to publish their catalogs of the products that will be discounted or in offers.
So that you get the most out of this day or bargain days and fill the Christmas tree with a present, Nexo Miami has a series of articles on offers, advice and recommendations for this Black Friday.
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Miami is known for its fabulous shopping. Below are the most popular places to splurge, save a few dollars, or just shop windows:
Food: Publix is the largest supermarket chain in Florida. Pharmacies also sell food and alcohol. You can also find small Cuban markets in Miami with food and vegetables for sale. If you are staying at a hotel, we suggest you do some food shopping to avoid the high cost of food and drinks at the hotel.
Sawgrass Mills: famous for its factory shops, this shopping center offers excellent shopping and dining opportunities. It is located in Broward County, 30 minutes north of Miami.
Dolphin Mall: The Dolphin Mall, located just west of the Miami airport, offers shoppers more than 200 restaurants and shops.
Aventura Mall: this is the largest shopping mall in Miami. Major department stores include: Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom and Macy’s. The mall also has more than 300 specialty stores, including Louis Vuitton, Abercrombie & Fitch, Apple and Diesel.
Bal Harbor shops: for high class shopping, few places compare to Bal Harbor Shops. The stores include Tiffany, Prada, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus.
Lincoln Road: full of shops, boutiques, art galleries and restaurants, this outdoor pedestrian mall in Miami Beach is a fun place to shop and people watch. The mall also offers a farmers market on Sundays.
Electronics: Visit a Best Buy store to get electronics, computers, mobile phones, video games and much more at a low price. There is a Best Buy store located in Miami Beach on 5th St. and Alton Rd.
Most shopping centers and stores open at 10:00 AM and close at 9:00 PM. Pharmacies and food stores can be closed later or even open 24 hours a day. Almost all stores are open on Sundays. When you buy something, remember to keep the receipt, you will need it if you want to return your purchase. Large stores generally offer a 30-day return policy.
Here is more detailed information about each of the fabulous shopping places in Miami: