Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Black Friday Deals are Plentiful This Year
Get your shopping shoes on Kansas City, Black Friday is only hours away. The insanity gets underway early Friday Morning and in some cases earlier. Retail analysts say this year there could be even better bargains than usual as consumers confidence in the economy grows. Here is a run down of some major retailers specials.
Wal Mart: most Supercenters are open 24 hours, Black Friday deals start at midnight on for most items except electronics; those specials get underway at 5AM. Some examples: many popular video games regularly priced in the $60 range for $29 (those deals start at midnight). In electronics, a 32" HD TV for $198, Blu-Ray Player $69, Digital Photo Frames and MP3 players for $29. For your full Wal Mart ad, click here.
Target: opens at 4AM Friday for their 2 day sale, bargains include: 7"portable DVD player $49, Select DVDs $3.99, Free $10 Gift card with purchase of $100. See full ad here.
Toys-R-Us: Toys R Us is beating everyone to the punch, their Door Busters start at 10PM on Thanksgiving Night. $50 gift card with purchase of any new IPod Touch, Half off Toy Story 3 Talking Buzz Lightyear, Many other items 60-75% off. Check it here.
Best Buy: Best Buy is taking a unique approach. They will be handing out tickets for specific items starting at 3AM outside their stores. Presumably this will help cut down on pandemonium inside the stores for the hottest deals. $600 Fascinate mobile phones for free with 2yr activation, full featured Toshiba Laptop $189, 50" Panasonic Plasma TV $699. Full Ad here.
Have fun, but for God's sake people please act civilized.