Black Friday 2011 Deals on Electronics at Walmart and Best Buy

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By Brendan Giusti, Christian Post Reporter
November 22, 2011|4:16 pm

Black Friday deals on electronics are slated to start when two of the nation’s largest retailers – Walmart and Best Buy – begin discounting their products at 12 a.m. on Friday.

Shoppers will have at least two options to snag the best electrics deals at the midnight hour.

Walmart will discount electronics when some shopper are already in the store grabbing deals on toys, home and apparel items, which go on sale at 10 p.m. on Thursday.

The Amazon Kindle will be on sale at $79. Shoppers can grab a 4GB Micro SD Card and adapter for just $5 more.

The 8GB iPod Touch will be sold for $195. Other MP3 playes, including the Philips 4GB MP3 Player, will be on sale for less than $20.

Shoppers also will be able to get away from traditional headphones and purchase portable speakers at Walmart for just $7.

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Televisions will be heavily discounted as electronics sales begin at midnight.

A Sansui 19-inch LCD TV will be on sale for just $98. A Samsung 32-inch LCD TV will cost $278, while the 40-inch version will go for $428.

Digital cameras will cost as low as $49 at Walmart. Camera cases will also be available starting at just $5.

Best Buy plans to offer loads of savings this Black Friday, as well.

Toshiba laptops with Intel Pentium Processors will start at $329.99 at Best Buy. HP and Dell laptops also will be on sale for less than $500.

A 50-inch Panasonic Plasma TV will sell for $599. A 55-inch Dynex LCD TV will cost the same.

Best Buy will also offer DVDs for under $1 to watch on the big screen televisions available.

Apple products a likely to be a hit for bargain shoppers at Best Buy.

The store is offering customers $45 off the iPad 2. Free iPhone 3GS will be given to customers who sign up for a two-year contract with the smartphone.

 

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