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Your Guide to Black Friday in Metro Phoenix

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Once a year, the act of camping outside Best Buys and Targets is as American as apple pie -- and gorging yourself on apple pie to the point of abdominal pain. Now, we love shopping. Really, we do. (See evidence in our weekly column Gem.) However, no matter how sweet a deal we might find on Jeffrey Campbells or a new tablet, there is no earthly way we're waking up at the crack of dawn, or frankly any time prior to 9 a.m., the day after Thanksgiving. That is too much to ask. Diehards we are not. For that reason, we've rounded up this list of Black Friday discounts from some of our favorite shops in the Valley.

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Modern Manor Shoppers get 20 percent off everything from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Vintage By Misty Select items will be on sale for up to 40 percent off.

Last Chance Keep tabs on the shop's Twitter, where it will announce the sales for the shoppingest of days. Last Chance will be open from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Black Friday.

Revera Beauty Get 30 percent off skin care all day. All purchases come with a perfume necklace as a free gift.

CityScape The shopping center hosts a Junk in the Trunk marketplace with 30-plus vendors from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Perhaps more enticing: a mimosa bar. Admission is free.

Nostra Style House Nostra will have a buy one and get one 50 percent off sale from noon to 1 p.m. that applies to clothing, but not vintage items. The rest of the day, there's a 20-percent-off discount on all items, including jewelry. Bonus round: All customers get a coupon for 20 percent off of a future purchase.

Cleo & Clementine Get 25 percent off all Ouma, Mignonne Handmade, and Cleo & Clementine. The boutique will also extend its hours to 8 p.m.

Klury.com Starting at midnight on Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday, Klury will take $20 off a $100-plus purchase with the code BLACK and $50 off a $200-plus order with the code JOLLY.

Practical Art Shoppers receive a $10 gift card for every $100 spent in the shop between 6 and 11 a.m.

Meat Market Vintage Get 20 percent off store-wide.

GROWop Pendleton's The Portland Collection will be 25 percent off. All handmade and vintage items will be 20 percent off.

Poor Little Rich Girl The resale shop's uptown location will host a holiday bazaar on Black Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Frances' Holiday Store The holly, jolly shop opens at 10 a.m.

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