LIST: These stores have the best discounts on Black Friday


Black Friday is just days away, and many retailers are offering even deeper price cuts this year.

WalletHub surveyed nearly 10,000 deals from 35 of the biggest U.S. retailers’ 2017 Black Friday ad scans to identify the stores offering the biggest discounts in various product categories like appliances, jewelry and toys. The 2017’s Best Stores for Black Friday report found that Kohl’s has the highest overall discount rate and Bass Pro Shops has the lowest overall discount rate.

Holiday Shopping Guide 2017
Deals, hiring, hours and everything else you need to know about local shopping for the holidays

The top retailers for Black Friday discounts include:

1. Kohl’s

2. JCPenney

3. Belk

4. Stage

5. Shopko

6. Bealls Florida

7. Sears

8. Macy’s

9. Fred Meyer

10. AAFES

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