Black Friday Steals

We all know that Black Friday kicks off the holiday shopping season. Many stores open at midnight, some even starting a day early with the new “Black Thursday”. Everyone is out on the prowl for the newest, sweetest gift for this holiday season. Many sometimes wonder where to even start looking for this holiday’s hot items.

This year, Wal-Mart plans on starting its Black Friday sale at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Wal-Mart is offering amazingly low prices on this season’s top gifts.

They are having a special, one-hour Apple iPad 2 sale, on Thanksgiving. Wal-Mart will be  selling the iPad  2 for $399 with a free $75.00 gift card with purchase. Also, they will  have the Nexus 7 tablet with Wi-Fi and 16 GB memory for $199. The Samsung Galaxy S III will also be at the relatively low price of $129.

Best Buy will have the Amazon 16GB Kindle Fire HD for $199.00 with a free $30.00 Best Buy gift card. They are also offering a 32-inch Panasonic LCD TV for $190.00 The Canon Powershot A2300 with 16.0 megapixel and 5x optical zoom digital camera with case and 8GB memory card for $79.99

Toys R Us is offering a 20% off door buster bonus pass in their featured Christmas ad. The Nintendo Skylanders Giant Bundle for Wii will be on sale for $149.99, The Razor Daisy of Launch Electric Scooter is regularly priced at 149.99 but is on sale for $99.99 with the special door buster coupon. Many classic childhood board games, such as HiHo Cherryo, Candyland, Chutes and Latters, and Memory will be only $5.00. Lastly the Barbie Beach Cruiser will be only $18.39 with a super saver coupon.

Sears will be opening at 8 P.M.  On Thanksgiving. They will have a Proscan DVD player for only $9.99, A craftsman 18V Drill/Driver for $29.99, Cannon Heated Plush Blankets in assorted colors for only will be sold for $29.99, Sealy and Serta mattress sets will start at $399.99, Toshiba 50” 1080p LED HDTV at $299.99 and a Craftsman 24” 179cc Dual-Stage snow blower for only $499.99

Kmart’s black Friday door busters begin Thursday night at 8 pm and will go until 3 A.M. on the morning of Black Friday. The Uno card game will be on sale for $2.99, the Proscan 50” 1080 60HZ LCD HDTV will be on sale for $288.00. The Nintendo DSi will be on sale for $79.99. The Nerf N Strike Stampede will be on sale for $19.99. Barbie Beach Doll will be only $2.99. The new nine fairy ballet fashion dolls will only be $2.99.

Aeropostale will be having a 60% off everything in the store excluding beauty, fragrances, and markdowns.  Aero will also offering free shipping on all online orders over $75.00.

Kohl’s will be offering 500 early bird specials from midnight Thanksgiving day to 1:00 P.M. on Black Friday. Shoppers will also receive $15.00 in Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent during the weekend. They will also be offering their online sale earlier than their Black Friday in-store specials. The online sale will run from Wednesday, Nov. 21st thru Friday, November 23rd.

Lowe’s sales usually start at 5 A.M on Black Friday. Online customers will get an early shopping access on Thanksgiving day. myLowe’s card members also will receive special sale perks , which are listed on Lowe’s website..

RadioShack will have deals on a great number of electronics and other related products. Customers also will get a $10 Radio Shack coupon for every $50 spent on Black Friday. Their sale starts on Black Friday at 6 A.M. and will continue until Saturday, November 24th. A great example of their amazing sales is the Beats Solo HD Over-Ear Headphones at the great price of $179.99, the AUVIO Bluetooth Portable Speaker for only $39.99, and the Otterbox defender series for iPhone 5 will be only $44.99

Lastly, don’t forget about the furry family members. Petsmart will have the Great Choice 36” x 25” x 27” pet carrier for $34.00, their entire selection of dog apparel will be 50% off, Top Paw Microban pillow dog bed in assorted colors will be only $22.49, and the entire selection of pet holiday dog treats and rawhides will be 50% off.

Everyone have  a great night of shopping. Shop happy, and may the odds be in your favor.

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