Best Buy's Black Friday 2011 ad has leaked online, leaving shoppers just enough time to familiarize themselves with the offers before Nov. 25.
Top U.S. retailers from Target and Walmart to Staples are bracing for traditional door-buster sales to take place the day after Thanksgiving. But among all the stores, the sale at Best Buy, with its array of personal electronics and house appliances, is among the most expected ones.
On Friday, the long-expected ad detailing the Black Friday offer finally leaked via a website featuring holiday listings from multiple retailers.
The Christian Post has prepared a guide to what Best Buy will have to offer.
For those hunting for a new laptop, the store known for its personal electronics has prepared a robust offer. Among many other deals, there is a Samsung laptop with Intel Pentium processor and a 15.6-inch screen for $299.99 and a Lenovo 15.6-inch Laptop with 2GB RAM and 250GB HDD for $179.99.
Among the tempting offers for monitors, there is 21.5-inch Acer Flat-Panel LCD Monitor costing $89.99 and an HP 23-inch HD LED Widescreen monitor for $119.99.
Tablets are likely to be the items of greater interest, and Best Buy has announced in the ad that all Apple iPad 2 tablets will be on sale, though the exact terms are not yet known. Alternatively, there is also the Toshiba Thrive 10.1-inch screen tablet for $279.99.
Barnes & Noble's NOOK eReader will be available for $79.99, as opposed to the usual $99.99.
Among cell phone offers, there is Boost Mobile Samsung Transform Ultra for $114.99 with no contract, HTC - DROID Incredible 2 Mobile, free with the purchase of a 2-year contract with Verizon, and HTC Wildfire S for $99.99 with no contract.
Some camera buys include the Kodak Playfull 1080p HD Camcorder for $69.99 and the Canon EOS Digital Rebel T3 12.2-Megapixel Digital SLR Camera (w/ 8GB Memory 58mm UV Filter and Camera Bag) for $479.99.
In addition, the 6-page catalog is filled with bargain-price house appliances, miscellaneous electronics and other merchandise.
Among those are a 42-inch Sharp LCD HCTV for $199.99 and a 24-inch Dynex 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV for $79.99.
Best Buy's doors open at 12:00 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 25.