Black Friday is gearing up to be a great shopping day in Laramie with big sales and great deals all around town. To make sure you find exactly what you're looking for on your list for a great price, here is my complete guide to Black Friday shopping in the Gem City. If you missed my top 5 sales in town from a few days ago make sure and take a look at my suggestions as well. This guide is in the form of a timeline, so you'll know where to head in the early morning hours to catch the best steals and then you can keep finding deals throughout the day. Enjoy!

10 pm (Thursday)

Walmart: Three different doorbuster deals starting at 10 p.m. Thanksgiving night, midnight and 8 p.m. on Friday. (View local ad here)

4 am

Sears: Deal and steals in all departments, be sure you have coupons from the local weekly ad. (View local ad here)

5 am

Kmart: Doorbusters from 5-11 AM. (View local ad here)

5:30 am

RadioShack: Deals last all day, while supplies last. (View local ad here)

6 am

Murdoch's Ranch & Home Supply: 25% off clothing and boots, 15% off everything else in the store. (View local ad here)

Alexander's Fine Jewelry: Discounts up to 60% off and free hot apple cider and cookies.

Rent-A-Center: When one week is paid, get 4 weeks free from 6-8 a.m., 3 weeks free from 8-10 a.m. and 2 weeks free from 10-noon. (View local ad here)

Aarons: 20% off when you purchase new merchandise with cash or credit card, plus deals on rentals. (View local ad here)

Bath & Body Works: 2011 V.I.P bag ($100 value) for $20 with a $40 purchase. (View V.I.P bag contents here)

Staples: Early bird specials from 6 a.m.-noon on all sorts of electronics. (View local ad here)

7 am

The Music Box: Doorbusters on Beats by Dr. Dre, NXG, House of Marley headphones, pocketknives, cell phone accessories, pre-owned video games, car audio and more. Closeouts in all departments.

Ace Hardware: Make sure you have coupons from the local ad, they will give you the best deals. Also bring in your old Christmas lights and they'll recycle them for free and give you $1 off new LED Christmas lights. (View the local ad here)

8 am

Brown'N'Gold: 20-50% off thru the store, including hats, tees, hoodies and novelty items.

Hastings: 4 hour sale from 8 a.m. to noon. 30% off all used books, CDs and video games. Another place you'll want coupons from the local ad. (View the local ad here)

Maurices: Reindeer Rush Hour from 8 a.m. until noon with puffer vests for $19.90, cowl neck sweaters for $19.90, moccasins for $14.90 and scarves for $9.90, plus a special Silver Jeans Co surprise.

Bella Home Boutique: New business opening on Black Friday! Register to win drawings for gift certificates and enjoy free cookies and coffee. Located in the old Home Bakery building.

9 am

Works of Wyoming: All work will be at least 20% off and select gallery artists 60% off. Offering handmade gifts, artwork, jewelry, soaps and more. (View local ad here)

Martindale's Western Store: 20% off all regular priced items, regular Wranglers for $17.50, Carhart insulated bibs for $71.99.

9:30 am

Jeny Originals: Purchase anything in the stores (except Bison meat) and receive 10% off that purchase value in free yarn or money off on a beautiful weaving. All skinny scarves are 50% off.

10 am

Cowgirl Yarn: Build your own kit and get 25% off.

Byrd's Paradise: Handmade or vendor-consigned items are 20% off and everything else in the store is 40% off.

Dodds Shoe Co: Head over to the outlet side for some big mark-downs on shoes.

Green Gold Jade Products: 10% off anything in store.

The Curiosity Shoppe: Get a free gift ($20 value while supplies last) when you spend $50. Also a lot deals when you buy 3 Hallmark cards. (View local ad here)

Window shoppers are also welcome as the Mistletoe Mosey kicks off on Black Friday, so be sure to get your button for wandering around to all of the stores. Happy holidays and good luck with your shopping list! Remember, even if you can't make it to any of these destinations on Friday, a bunch of sales continue the next day which just so happens to be Small Business Saturday!

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