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Scoping out the best Black Friday doorbuster deals

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – Black Friday shoppers are hungry for deals, and retailers are already serving up the savings. Many of those doorbusters have leaked online.

While it's still too early to view Black Friday ads on TV, you can already see them online and in print. Several ads – many from the big box stores – have been leaked, with deals ranging from big screen TVs to video games.

If you're not willing to hit the stores on Thanksgiving or the morning after, you can still find deep discounts online. If clothing is what you're after, experts say wait until Cyber Monday.

"You tend to see 45 percent more clothing deals on Cyber Monday itself, and Cyber Monday is generally when you see storewide discounts – take 30 percent off everything, take 40 percent off everything. So if you have a favorite retailer or a favorite brand, Cyber Monday would be an excellent time to shop for apparel," personal finance expert Vera Gibbons said.

Other industries are also getting into the Black Friday spirit.

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