All the Best Freebies for Black Friday You Can Get TODAY

You'll have to line up early, but it'll pay off with free gift cards, toys, and treats.
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After a big dinner on Thanksgiving, the last thing you may want to do is brave the retail crowds. But if you're one of the first shoppers through the doors, you could have better luck nabbing inventory before it sells out, and you could score freebies on Black Friday that make the deals even better.

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Read on to see the freebies and gift card deals retailers are offering today, Black Friday 2019. And keep checking back! We'll update this page with more Black Friday freebies as we learn about them.

Be Prepared to Wait for Free Black Friday Stuff

Many freebie deals are available on a first-come, first-served basis. This means you'll have to head to the stores early. And as you'll see, some of the freebies only apply to the first 100 or so customers, so you'll need to be in line before others arrive to ensure you can grab these items.

Many freebies for Black Friday are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Be prepared to wait in line!

That may sound like a lot of trouble for a small freebie. But when you're trying to save money on Black Friday, these little perks can go a long way.

The Best Black Friday Freebies in 2019

Below are the Black Friday freebie offers we've already confirmed for 2019, plus ones we saw last year that could return.

  • Barnes & Noble: Last year, the bookseller offered shoppers "buy one, get one free" Starbucks drinks in the cafe until 10 am local time. We wouldn't be surprised to see this freebie return for 2019.

  • Confirmed! Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's: Pick up a Bass Pass ahead of time and receive a free 4x6 photo with Santa in-store. Plus, kids can take part in free activities, including making free crafts.

  • Confirmed! Bealls: Enjoy free gift-wrapping in-store and save yourself the hassle of doing it yourself.

  • Confirmed! Belk: Shop at 4 pm on Thanksgiving and 6 am on Black Friday for a chance to win a gift card. The cards are worth anywhere from $5 to $500, and there will be one $500 winner per store, per day.

  • Confirmed! Cumberland Farms: This perk is only for Thanksgiving, but you can swing by one of the nearly 600 locations and treat yourself to a free cup of coffee. Choose hot or iced, from midnight to 11 pm.

  • Dunkin': Last year the doughnut shop teamed up with Lyft to offer the first 25,000 customers a free ride to their local Dunkin'. Users had to enter a coupon code to get the freebie.

  • Confirmed! Fleet Farm: The first 500 customers through the doors on Black Friday will receive a free plush toy.

  • Confirmed! Fred Meyer: The first 100 shoppers will receive a gift card. Plus, you'll be treated to free coffee, juice, and doughnuts when the doors open at 5 am on Friday.

  • Confirmed! Gordmans: Be one of the first 75 guests in-store on Thursday or Friday and get a scratch-off card worth up to $100. Plus, enter to win an FAO Schwarz giant bear. The first guests on Friday will also receive a free holiday tote.

  • Confirmed! Half Price Books: The first 100 booklovers to get to the store will receive a free tote and $5 gift card. Even better, one tote bag will have a $100 gift card.

  • Confirmed! JCPenney: Be one of the first shoppers in line on Thursday at 2 pm, and you could receive a coupon. You could even be lucky enough to snag one for up to $500 off.

  • Confirmed! Kneipp: Treat yourself to a free body lotion when you spend $35. Use the coupon code "FREEGIFT" during checkout.

  • Confirmed! Lowe's: The first 300 shoppers stopping by Lowe's on Black Friday will receive a $10-off-$50 coupon, valid in-store on that day only. They'll also get the chance to win a $500 Lowe's gift card; there will be one winner per store.

  • Confirmed! Macy's: Like last year, you can shop Macy's doorbuster deals and get them for free after a rebate. Items include bath rugs, bedding, cookware, jewelry, and clothing.

  • Confirmed! McDonald's: Skip cooking dinner and treat yourself to McDonald's with a $0 delivery fee when your order via Uber Eats. Bonus: you can also enter to win a year of free late night McDelivery with Uber Eats.

  • Confirmed! New York & Company: Stocking up on clothing? Receive a free stuffed bear (pick from Theo or Gracie) with a $75 purchase on Thanksgiving or Black Friday. Not spending quite that much? You can still snag a bear for $5 when you spend $50.

  • Confirmed! Sears: You don't even have to show up in-store to snag this one! Simply text "THANKS" to 73277, and you'll receive a $10 coupon. You must be a Shop Your Way member to redeem.

  • Confirmed! Stage Stores: Be one of the first 75 guests in-store at 1 pm on Thursday, and you can enter to win a FAO Schwarz bear. You'll also receive a scratch-off card worth up to $250 off.

    Shopping on Friday? Be one of the first 50 guests in-store at 6 am and receive a free holiday tote. You'll also score a scratch-off card worth up to $100 off.

  • Stein Mart: In-store shoppers had to go on a hunt last year, as they needed to be the first to find the hanger with the gold sticker. Lucky shoppers could then win either $500 or $5,000. Plus, the first 100 shoppers received a scratch-off ticket worth $5, $25, or $100.

  • Confirmed! Subway: Prefer your turkey in sandwich form? Get free delivery from participating Subway restaurants through November 30 when you use the coupon code "GETSUBWAY19".

  • Confirmed! Walmart: Stores open at 4 pm on Thanksgiving for Black Friday sales. Early bird shoppers who are there when the doors open will have a chance to be treated to free coffee, hot cocoa, and snacks.

  • World Market: The first 100 shoppers on Black Friday, Saturday, and Sunday last year received a free tote bag with a $10 gift certificate.

Readers, what Black Friday freebies will you be trying to snag this year? Let us know in the comments below!

Julie Ramhold
Senior Staff Writer/Consumer Analyst

Julie's work has been featured on CNBC, GoBankingRates, Kiplinger, Marketwatch, Money, The New York Times, Real Simple, US News, WaPo, WSJ, Yahoo!, and more. She's extolled the virtues of DealNews in interviews with Cheddar TV, GMA, various podcasts, and affiliates across the United States, plus one in Canada.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).


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