Black Friday? The Junction's got you covered

The West Seattle Junction is not full of big box retailers and is not known as a mecca for those who want to camp out on a sidewalk. But you can find deals and on Black Friday, with free parking, it actually makes more sense to stay local and get some shopping done.

The friendly people at the West Seattle Junction Merchants want to remind everyone that Black Friday deals are not the exclusive province of malls.

Here's a list they compiled:

Easy Street Records – 10% off everything in our stores on Black Friday (except Black Friday titles & items already on sale). Open at 7 am!

Click! Design That Fits – Anything black in the store is 15% off on Black Friday. Floor rugs by Jonathan Adler and Design House Stockholm are 30 % off all weekend long.

Clementine – Black Friday Boot Special where all boots will be 20% off for one day only! Snag two pairs of the popular Miz Mooz Bloom below, one for you and one as a gift for your stylish sister!

Carmilia’s – 20% off everything on Black Friday (excludes jewelry).

Capers – Receive a $20 gift certificate for every $100 you spend. *Must be redeemed during the month of December.

City Mouse Studio is open today (Friday) from 11-6, Sat 10-6 and Sunday 10-5. They are offering 15-50% off all brands!

Edie's Shoes is kicking off Black Friday at your feet, 20% off all Happy Socks! In addition, their West Seattle store is having a Baby Lux trunk show.

And don't forget that Saturday, Nov. 24 is Small Business Saturday.

Regardless of the deals, shoppers supporting local merchants keeps them in business.

Carmilia’s is offering 20% off on Small Business Saturday (excludes jewelry).

Clementine will be celebrating Small Business Saturday with a sale on sale! All discounted merchandise will be further marked down Saturday only to give you additional holiday savings.

Click! Design That Fits celebrates Small business Saturday with 15% off everything made in Seattle. And get 30% off rugs by Jonathan Adler and Design House Stockholm all weekend long!

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