Black Friday 2012 ads have already been released by many of the major retailers, including Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy, Amazon.com, Macy's, Lowe's, and Sears. The big-name retailers hope that by releasing their deals early, many shoppers won't hesitate to save on great deals.
The Black Friday 2012 ads almost always started with the most sought-after electronics device and a must-have for any household these days: HDTVs. Television sets from large to small are all priced extremely inexpensively for the holiday season.
The first of these is an Emerson 50" 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HDTV, which goes for only $298 at Wal-Mart. Best Buy comes in a distant second with a Samsung 55" 1080p LED Backlit LCD HDTV for $800. Some buyers aren't shopping for HDTVs, however, and have settled on the new craze: 3-D TVs.
In the case of 3-D TVs, Best Buy has some of the best, with a Panasonic 55" 1080p 3D LED-Backlit LCD HDTV.
Smaller TVs also have some competition come Black Friday, with Sears selling a 32" LCD HDTV for only $97. The next deal after that is Target's 32" Apex 1080p LED-Backlit LCd HDTV for only $147- still very inexpensive compared to regular prices, which are usually around $200-$300.
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After that, the next most popular items were the tablets. With the release of Apple's new iPad, Google's Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, there is a demand for the best tablet, which has driven the price down for the day after Thanksgiving.
Wal-Mart boasts an Apple iPad 2 16GB with Wi-Fi and a $75 gift card for $399.00. The least expensive tablet in the store is the Ematic 7" tablet, which comes with Android 4.0 and 4GB of storage.
Best Buy also has tablet deals ranging from $60 off an iPad with Retina screen to a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7" with 8GB of Memory and a $20 gift card for $179.99. The Amazon Kindle Fire has also dropped a bit in price to $159.99, and that price includes the $30 gift card.
To see the full list of tablet deals click here.