ATLANTA -- Before heading to some of the most popular retailers on Black Friday, shoppers can check floor plans to help them find the best deals faster.
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11Alive News is the only one in the market with store maps for eight retailers.
The maps were not provided by the retailers. Instead, they were created by staff at our parent company, Gannett.
At Best Buy, the map shows you should head to the right to find $150 notebook deals and up to $200 off iMacs.
Go left to find $7.99 video games, or go straight back where Sony Blu-ray players will be on sale for $79.
At Target, some seasonal items up to 50 percent off will be in a special section in the back left corner of the store.
Right in the middle of the store, look for $3 pillows and $2 towels.
Walmart will put high value bikes on sale, starting at $29, just past the toy section on the right side of the store.
To the left of the store, baby, kids and men's clothing for four dollars.
Please note that some store layouts will differ slightly; others may be the mirror image of a map.
In addition, thanks to CheapCheapCheap.com and our Buffalo sister station WGRZ, we have also pulled together Black Friday Stock Lists from 47 major retailers, which showcases products on sale on Black Friday, including some of the limited quantity doorbuster items.
Of course many of those items may end up running out of stock quickly, or may be in limited supply -- so keep that in mind as you make your shopping plans.