When is Black Friday 2015 online and in stores?

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Customers everywhere are wondering when is Black Friday 2015 for online or sales in stores? The huge shopping day arrives each year and provides some major savings on a lot of great items from toys to clothing from jewelry and appliances to electronics gadgets. Customers will be looking to pick up low-priced items including smartphones, hi-definition televisions, laptop computers, tablets, video game systems and more. Therefore it’s important to keep this day marked off on your calendar because some stores online or in the real world could have their best deals saved up for then. [Read more…]

Top Halloween Costumes This Year

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Boo! Halloween is right around the corner!

The time for the heroes, ghouls, ghosts, lost souls and goblins to creep out of their hiding places has come, as Halloween arrives once again! All through October 31st, creatures and characters will be out and about. There are plenty of movie heroes, villains and other concepts taking the holiday costume scene by storm this year. Halloween will let you dress up and feel like the mighty heroes, and make it your night of fun and excitement.

For your costume needs, we highly recommend BuyCostumes.com which currently offers discounts on many costumes or accessories and head-to-toe looks that will amaze everyone. Now, let’s check out the top Halloween costumes for 2014 for kids, men and women! [Read more…]

Tax Day Freebies for 2014

Yes, it’s Tax day once again, meaning there’s just hours left to file your income taxes, or file an extension. The official deadline that taxes should be done by (or before) is midnight on April 15, 2014, although there are plenty of individuals asking for extra time to get theirs in. By the way, the great news is that while most Americans are paying Uncle Same their dues, there are plenty of places looking to give out some nice “Tax day freebies.” They include Arby’s, Boston Market, Hard Rock Cafe and more. Read on for more info on a selection of services and sites to check out on Tuesday! [Read more…]

NORAD Santa Tracker 2013 App

When it comes to keeping holiday tradition alive, Santa Clause is always part of the process. To add a sense of realism to fantasy, you can take advantage of the NORAD & Santa tracking on Christmas Eve. This will allow your to look at radar and other graphical presentations that let you see what you can get a sense of where Santa Claus is traveling through the night. You will be able to sit down with your children to add to the beauty of the holiday, giving yourself the opportunity to suspend disbelief and allow them to have some fun in the process.  With the use of a Santa Tracker app for a mobile device such as Kindle Fire HD or Google Nexus 7, kids can have even more fun for the holiday season. [Read more…]

Macy’s Day Parade 2013 Route, Live Stream & TV Viewing Info

The Macy’s Day Parade 2013 is on the way as one of the main annual traditions associated with Thanksgiving Day!  The Parade features marching bands, celebrity performers, costumed characters, colorful floats, and of course, those popular balloons flying above the streets!  Among the characters who have become synonymous with the yearly event are the likes of the Smurfs, Ronald McDonald and Spider Man.  In year’s past, characters like Mickey Mouse, Kermit and Spongebob Squarepants also flew high above the streets! [Read more…]

Black Friday 2013 Leaked Ads & Sales Deals Watch

The Black Friday 2013 leaked ads and sales deals are always anticipated as many customers are looking ahead towards the biggest shopping day of the year.  In the past, ads have leaked onto the internet as much as over a month in advance, with Walmart, Target and Toys R Us among the popular sales flyers that shoppers are seeking.  We continue to watch the Black Friday 2013 ads to leak online here at Holiday Gift Nation. [Read more…]

When is Black Friday 2013? Date for Shopping Sales & Deals

Many shoppers are wondering “when is Black Friday 2013” in anticipation of the biggest holiday shopping day of the year, besides Cyber Monday 2013.  The Black Friday sales and deals bring customers to the stores in large numbers, as they seek to find the best doorbusters and low prices they can on special gift items ahead of Christmas and other major holiday celebrations.   [Read more…]

Black Friday 2013 Date: Store Hours & Openings Earlier

The Black Friday 2013 date will be on November 29th, just a day after the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States of America. It has easily become one of the busiest shopping days in the USA and was even announced as a special holiday in most of the states.  Many shoppers don’t want to miss important Black Friday doorbusters, deals and sales when they arrive. Savvy shoppers always try to keep an eye on the store hours, and each year it seems Black Friday sales will start well in advance. Some are even of the opinion that it would not be surprising if leading stores commence their Black Friday sales the Monday of that same week! [Read more…]

Best 4th of July Fireworks Show Locations

Each year, America celebrates one of the biggest and brightest holidays in July with 4th of July fireworks shows.  If you are planning on taking a special family trip for July 4th this year, there are several locations that you should keep in mind. Almost every city in the country has a fireworks display each year, but some may be more exciting areas than others.  Here we’ll list out some of the best 4th of July fireworks show locations around the country for those who love to travel and want to take in the spectacular event in a new area. [Read more…]

Thanksgiving Turkey Cooking Time & Recipe Info

Turkey is a popular dish in many cuisines around the world, especially in the U.S, where millions of Americans dine on turkey as the main dish of Thanksgiving dinner. If you’re about to cook a frozen Turkey, you should thaw it a day before you’re about to cook it. Now, as far as thawing is concerned, instead using your microwave or putting it in warm water, put the turkey in a bowl of cold water and let it “rest” for a few hours (30 minutes per pound). Next, rub generously with salt, pepper, parsley and chicken seasoning mix, and leave it in a refrigerator overnight for the ingredients to soak-in. Do the second part exactly the same if you bought a fresh Turkey. [Read more…]