Kmart's Black Friday 2011 Doorbuster Ad Reveals Computer, TV Deals

The long-expected Black Friday 2011 Kmart ad has finally been revealed, giving a peek at the some of the hottest post-Thanksgiving "doorbuster" deals ranging from personal electronics to clothing.

The Friday after Thanksgiving may indeed give shoppers something worth waiting for, as Kmart has joined megastores like Walmart and Best Buy in offering discounted Black Friday merchandise this year.

From electronics and home appliances to toys, video games and clothes, this major chain makes it possible to pump up one's apartment with great bargain-price buys, like a 40-inch Seiki LCD HDTV for $299.99 or a 32-inch RCA LCD HDTV for $249.99.

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Some other electronics highlights are a free GE 12 MP camera with the purchase of a GE X500 professional camera at $149.99, as well as a Fujifilm AV200 digital camera for $49.99 (the regular price being $79.99).

Jewelery marks a nice accent to that holiday catalog, with 70 percent off all gemstone jewelry and gold or silver Chains and earrings. Some rings and pendants will be available for as little as $29.99.

Acer Aspire 15.6-inch laptop will be available for $399.99. Lucky shoppers can also snatch a Canon laser printer for a laughable $39.99 and a Germin GPS set for $99.99.

Some minor but neat deals include $29.99 alarm clock with docking space for iPhone and iPod, as well as a saving on featured video games such as Battlefield 3, Madden, The Run, Medal of Honor, Tangled, Blu-Rays like X-Men, Harry Potter, Transformers, and Horrible Bosses. 

Collectors and music buffs will appreciate the “musician nostalgia” audio system playing vinyls, on sale for $79.99. A $189.99 billiards table is also a good grab.

The actual add leaked online over the weekend, via a >website posting Black Friday deals.

Doors open at Kmart at 5 a.m. Friday, Nov. 25 and "doorbusters" last until 11 a.m.

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