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Black Friday 2013 Store Hours For Target, Best Buy, Kohls, JC Penney, Sears and More [VIDEO & PHOTOS]

Several major retailers have officially released their Black Friday Ads, giving potential shoppers a preview of their deals two-and-a-half weeks before they will be available in stores.

By Lauren DuBois, EnStars on Nov 13, 2013 09:37 AM EST
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Best Buy Black Friday Ad 2013. Stores Open 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Night.
Best Buy Black Friday Ad 2013. Stores Open 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Night. (Photo : screen capture)
Kohls Black Friday 2013 ad. Sale Starts 8 p.m. Thanksgiving Night
Kohls Black Friday 2013 ad. Sale Starts 8 p.m. Thanksgiving Night (Photo : screen capture)
JC Penney Black Friday 2013 Ad. Sale Starst 8 p.m.
JC Penney Black Friday 2013 Ad. Sale Starst 8 p.m. (Photo : screen capture)
Sears Black Friday Ad 2013. Sale Begins 8 p.m. thanksgiving night
Sears Black Friday Ad 2013. Sale Begins 8 p.m. thanksgiving night (Photo : screen capture)
Kmart Black Friday Ad 2013. Sale begins 6 A.M. Thanksgiving with Additional Doorbusters at 7 p.m.
Kmart Black Friday Ad 2013. Sale begins 6 A.M. Thanksgiving with Additional Doorbusters at 7 p.m. (Photo : screen capture)

Several major retailers have officially released their Black Friday Ads, giving potential shoppers a preview of their deals two-and-a-half weeks before they will be available in stores.

Best Buy, which previously announced that stores in 47 states would be opening at 6 p.m., has officially revealed their sale offers, and every doorbuster they previewed earlier will be available. Other great deals the company will be offering during their three doorbuster events at 6 p.m., Midnight, and 10 a.m. Friday will include 16GB iPad 2 with Wifi for $299, a Dell Inspiron 15" Laptop for $177.99, over 300 DVD titles for $1.99-$4.99 each as well as over 300 blu-ray titles for $3.99-$7.99 each, and Microsoft Surface for $199.99.

The company is still providing a little mystery in their sales event however, calling the midnight deals "Midnight Mystery" doorbusters, which not be revealed until the company unveils them online at 10 p.m. Thanksgiving night, so customers can be sure to expect teasers and leaks until then.

Several other retailers have also unveiled their ads for Black Friday. Kohls, which previously announced an 8 p.m. opening, will offer over 500 deals including a 32" Apex TV for $139.99, DVDs for $1.99, several home appliances for $9.99 each, Fleece Throw Blankets for $3.99, 75 percent off flannel sheet sets, and other steep discounts throughout the store. The company will also be offering $15 Kohls Cash to customers for every $50 they spend to redeem in-store Dec. 2-9.

Another store opening 8 p.m. that revealed their ad is JC Penney. The troubled retailer is hoping sales including a huge women's boots event with over 30 styles for $19.99, 70 styles for $29.99, and an additional 70 styles for $39.99. There will also be Juniors Arizona Brand jeans for $15.99, as well as 60 percent off most apparel throughout the store.

Sears, also opening at 8 p.m., will be giving shoppers discounts on their Kenmore appliances and Craftsman tool sets, and will include a $10 off any $40 purchase of clothing, accessories, lingerie and sleepwear in their ad. They too have jumped onto the electronics bandwagon, and will be offering a 39" LED Westinghouse HDTV for $249.99.

Kmart, which has received immense backlash for their decision to open stores at 6 a.m. Thanksgiving day and not close, has now revealed that its sale event will be split up. From 6 a.m.-5 p.m. Thanksgiving day, the company is offering several doorbuster deals, but their biggest sales will be from 7 p.m. until 3 a.m., including a 42" RCA LED TV for $299.99. The company will unroll a third set of deals at 6 a.m. Friday that are good until noon, including a 22" TV for $129.99. Several deals will also be available through Saturday, though the store will close on Friday night before re-opening Saturday.

All the stores ads are available on their personal websites, as well as on this spoiler website.

For the latest on Black Friday deals, keep coming back to Enstars.

The Current List of Stores that have released what time their sales will start is below:

Those beginning Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving Day (Thurs. Nov. 28) include:

6:00 a.m.: Bealls; Kmart

8:00 a.m.: Walgreens

5:00 p.m.: Toys 'R US

6:00 p.m.: Best Buy, Sports Authority, Wal-Mart

8:00 p.m.: Belk; Bon Ton, J.C. Penney, Kohl's, Macy's, Office Max, Sears, Target

Those beginning Black Friday sales on Friday Nov. 29 include:

12:01 a.m.: Gamestop, Radio Shack

5:00 a.m.: Bass Pro Shops, Fred's Super Dollar, Home Depot

6:00 a.m.: Meijer, Menards

7:00 a.m.: Ace Hardware, BJ's Wholesale Club, Harbor Freight Tools, Petsmart, Rite Aid, Sam's Club Wholesale, Stein Mart

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