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Black Friday Ads 2011: Target, Best Buy Reveal Doorbuster Deals

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By Nicola Menzie, Christian Post Reporter
November 10, 2011|11:23 pm

Top retailers Target and Best Buy have revealed sneak peeks at some of their upcoming doorbuster items for Black Friday, according to a popular website that tracks special deals for the post-Thanksgiving sale day.

Black Friday Ads (http://bfads.net) alerted readers Thursday of a "12-item Target Black Friday Doorbuster" preview it had published, as well Best Buy's sneak-peek of its Black Friday doorbuster deals and seven web-only deals exclusive to Thanksgiving Day.

Some of the items hot sale items for Black Friday Ads noted include:

  • Amazon Kindle Keyboard 3G w/ Special Offers - $85
  • Nikon L105 12.1MP Digital Camera w/ 3" LCD Screen - $99.99
  • Xbox 360 4GB Console - $139.99

Some items from Best Buy's doorbuster deals sneak peek as noted by Black Friday Ads include:

  • Samsung 15.6" Laptop w/ Pentium Processor, 4GB RAM& 320GB Hard Drive - $299.99
  • Samsung Stratosphere 4G LTE (Verizon) - Free w/ 2-Year Service Plan
  • X-Men: First Class (Blu-ray) - $9.99

Best Buy has yet to reveal the prices for its Web-only sale items.

The Black Friday-themed website also published Walmart's 28-page sales advertisement scans for the Nov. 25 shopping day. The mega retailer will open on Thanksgiving at 10 p.m., but the electronics deals will not be available until midnight on Black Friday.

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In an effort to attract as many shoppers as possible to line up outside their doors, many retailers have announced special store hours just for the holiday shopping season.

"To provide shoppers with a jumpstart on unbeatable Black Friday deals, Target stores will open at midnight - earlier than ever - on Friday, Nov. 25," the company revealed in a press release in October.

"The holidays bring hectic schedules and tight budgets, so extending store hours and offering lots of additional ways to save makes Target a great choice for affordable, one-stop holiday shopping," said Tina Schiel, executive vice president, stores, Target.

Best Buy also announced this week that it would be following suit. According to a press release: "On Nov. 25, the hottest Black Friday deals on must-have holiday gifts will be available even earlier when Best Buy opens its doors at 12 midnight."

"At Best Buy, we're focused on creating an unparalleled shopping experience for our customers," said Barry Judge, Best Buy's executive vice president and chief marketing officer. "Black Friday is just the beginning. This commitment will come to life throughout the holiday season in a variety of offers and initiatives that give customers great values and the most convenient ways to shop for everyone on their list."

Best Buy also announced that starting midnight Friday, the much-anticipated "Elder Scrolls V" video game would be going on sale, as well as "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" on DVD, Blue-ray, and in exclusive 3-D formats.

 

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