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Back in the old days — you know, four or five years ago — you knew that Black Friday was coming when you started seeing Black Friday ad leaks. These were scanned PDFs or JPEGs, often grainy, of the ads from major retailers detailing their Black Friday sales. Intended for the Sunday newspaper just before Thanksgiving week, these would often tip the biggest “doorbuster” sales of the season, with everything from the $199 gaming console bundles to the $99 TVs.
Cut to 2020, and the…
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