Watch Out For Higher Prices On Black Friday

Black-Friday-Image-FIWith all of the holiday craziness and Black Friday frenzy, a report by CardHub suggests you may not always be getting the best prices while shopping on Black Friday.

The report estimates 17 percent of items will actually be more expensive on Black Friday than they were prior to Thanksgiving. 

Books, movies and music are expected to be among the better deals, while jewelry is expected to be the worst deal in 2015.  11% of Black Friday deals are identical to last year, according to CardHub.

And 47 percent of major-retailer financing offers have a featured called deferred interest than can make holiday purchases up to 27.5 times more expensive than expected if shoppers aren’t careful.