Walmart Black Friday Ad for 2011 a Movie Buff's Dream

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By Brent Woodie, Christian Post Contributor
November 10, 2011|2:05 pm

Black Friday, the day following Thanksgiving Day, is often described as one of the busiest - and most deal-filled - shopping days of the year, and it is right around the corner.

With the recent release of Walmart’s Black Friday ad, movie buffs can find great deals to create their own home theater experience for less than $500.

Starting off, shoppers can purchase an Emerson 40-inch 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV for $248 or an Emerson 32-inch 60Hz LCD HDTV for $188. Also, to compliment a brand new HDTV, you can pick up a $178 Phillips Blu-ray Home Theater for the full movie experience.

A movie buff cannot complete the home theater experience without the movie. So film fanatics can take advantage of the assorted Blu-ray titles like "The Dark Knight," "Lord of the Rings," and "Gran Torino" for the low price of $5, or better yet, purchase the $39 RCA Wi-Fi Streaming Media Player to enjoy footage provided by Nextflix, YouTube and other streaming providers.

These great deals offered by Walmart can complete your own personalized home theater for just under $500. Movie buffs can take in their favorite movies throughout the holidays knowing they took advantage of a great deal.

Those looking to skip the full home theater set can still jump for joy, as Walmart is also offering a LG BD610 Blu-ray Player for the great price of $49.

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You can check out a copy of your local Walmart's Black Friday 2011 circular ad for a look at the full listing of deals. It is available online.

Note, however, that Walmart intends on getting some of the Black Friday festivities started at 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving day - yes, that is a bit early. The electronics deals will not become available until midnight however, so you can at least digest your turkey meal properly before heading out to the store.

 

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