If you are unsure where to shop for Black Friday this year, the Castle Rock Outlets will be open on Thanksgiving Day hosting an 'All-Night Shopping Party.'
The stores will open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving night and remain open until 9 p.m. on Friday, giving shoppers a full 25 hours to shop.
Shoppers will not only be able to shop some serious deals, but there will be live entertainment, a 'Midnight Madness Grab Bag Giveaway' including gift cards and prizes, a live DJ with LED dance floor for those who feel like busting a move, and a free pancake breakfast.
Multiple enter-to-win contests will be available to win gift cards, free trips, and more.
The Castle Rock Outlets found the Christmas Spirit early this year, as it is already lit up with holiday displays throughout.
If those incentives aren't enough to shop there, the outlets will have a 'Run Run Rudolph' self guided scavenger hunt to find all nine of Santa's reindeer.
For more details and all the sales visit https://www.outletsatcastlerock.com.
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