Top 10 Black Friday deals on clothing and footwear
By Katie Smith | 23 November 2012
US retailers are pulling out all the stops to lure shoppers in-store and online this weekend, kicking off the holiday shopping season by opening their doors early on Black Friday - the day after Thanksgiving.
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