Black Friday 2012 Deals; Electronic Deals, Target & Walmart [Full List]
on Nov 15, 2012 01:15 PM EST
Black Friday is quickly approaching and some of the biggest discounts retailers are offering the latest and most sought after electronics in the market.
Black Friday sales start in-store in Walmart at 8 p.m. on Thursday Nov. 22 for those who do not want to wait until the Friday crowd. Their sales include a Samsung 43-inch Plasma HDTV for $378, a 51-inch for $478 and 500GB laptops for $349. Xbox 360s, Wiis and Playstation 3s will all be on sale starting at 8 p.m. Video games sell between $10, $15 and $25 and some DVD's sell as low as $1.96. For a full list of all their discounts click here.
Not only does Walmart promise great savings for shoppers starting on Nov. 22, but they also have a "1 Hour In Stock Guarantee" for the iPad 2, Emerson 32-inch LCD television and an LG Blu-ray player. The store guarantees that these three items will be available for sale starting Nov. 22 at 10 p.m. until 11 p.m. If customers choose to purchase these three items and they are sold out, they can purchase a Guarantee Card to ensure that the item will ship to that same store and be available for them to pickup before Christmas.
Target's in-store and online Black Friday sales are sure to also attract electronic lovers. Starting Nov. 22, items that will be discounted include a Nook Simple Touch ($49), a 4GB Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle ($199.99) and Nikon and Canon cameras. The store will also give free Target gift cards for customers who purchase an Apple 16GB iPhone Touch. A 50-inch 1080p LCD HDTV will be on sale in limited quantities for $349.
A Playstation 3 250GB Game System, including two video games and one wireless controller, will be available for $199.99. Target will also give out $20, $10 and other priced gift cards with many of the purchases made on Black Friday. For a full list of all the discounts click here.
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