Black Friday 2011: Sears Sales Ad Released, Big HDTV Deals

Sears leaked its Black Friday sales ad for the upcoming shopping event, and it boasts a large collection of HDTV deals that the retailer hopes will peak the interest of their consumers.

Although other big-name companies like Walmart and Best Buy are also pushing their HDTV deals hard, Sears is determined to stay in the competition and offer an alternative-shopping destination for people wanting to get their hands on the latest electronics.

Some of the products on sale, according to, include:

Samsung 1000W 3D Home Theater System at $259
Samsung Blu-ray Player with Built-in Wi-Fi at $99
Samsung 32-inch LCD HDTV at $279
Samsung 40-inch 1080p LCD HDTV at $429
Samsung 46-inch 1080p LCD HDTV at $599
Samsung 46-inch 1080p LED HDTV at $799
Samsung 51-inch Plasma HDTV at $649

LG 47-Inch 1080p LED HDTV at $679
LG 3D 1080p LED HDTV & 3D Blu-ray Player Bundle at $1,199
LG 55-Inch 1080p LED HDTV at $999
Magnavox 32-inch LCD HDTV at $259

Panasonic 42-inch LED HDTV at $599
Panasonic 50-inch Plasma HDTV at $699

Seiki 32-inch 720p LCD HDTV at $199
Sharp 70-inch LCD HDTV at $1,999
Sharp 60-inch LED HDTV at $999
Zenith 50-inch 1080p Plasma HDTV at $499

Besides deals on TVs and electronics, Sears will have discounts on items from a broad range of categories, including: Appliances, Baby Products, Books and Office, Clothing, Fashion, Fitness and Sports, Jewelry and Watches, Lawn and Garden, Music, Movies and Games, Outdoor Living, Shoes, Toys, and others.

Its Black Friday ad also promises more than 500 doorbuster deals, with bargains on washing machines, microwaves, sporting equipment and other home appliances on the front page.

Unlike most retailers, Sears will hold off on openings its doors too early Black Friday and will be ready for business at 4 a.m., allowing consumers and employees the chance to get at least a little bit of sleep after Thanksgiving dinner.

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