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    Talking Black Friday Sales



    Walmart just released their 29 page AD for Black Friday. Herer are highlights:

    40-inch Emerson 1080p, 60Hz HDTV for $248.

    $99.96 limited Edition Blue Wii Console

    $49 LG BD610 Blu-ray Player

    $498 51-inch Samsung 720p 600Hz Plasma HDTV

    $998 65-inch Toshiba 1080p 120Hz HDTV

    $248 15.6-inch HP Laptop

    $199.96 Xbox 360 4GB with Kinect and FREE $50 Gift Card

    $188 32-inch Emerson HDTV

    $598 42-inch Vizio 3D LED 240Hz Wi-Fi HDTV

    Here is the link for full pages view (allow couple of seconds to load):

    Walmart Weekly Store Ad

    BestBuy, Target and Sears store ads also got leaked and is coming up soon.

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    BestBuy has a Dynex 24 inch LCD 1080p for $79. The ad says 15 per store but that's not always the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poultrygeist View Post
    BestBuy has a Dynex 24 inch LCD 1080p for $79. The ad says 15 per store but that's not always the case.
    Even at 15 per store, that deal probably will be gone in matter of minutes. The way some of BF customers rush for doorbuster deals inside store make it looks lke their life depend on it

    Here is more deal from Bestbuy and full page ad scan link:

    Sharp 42" 1080p LCD HDTV - $199.99
    Dynex 24" 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV - $79.99
    Lenovo 15.6" Laptop w/ 2GB RAM & 250GB HDD - $179.99
    Kodak Playfull 1080p HD Camcorder - $69.99
    Toshiba Wi-Fi Ready / Netflix Streaming Blu-ray Player - $39.99
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (Blu ray) - $9.99
    Assorted Blu-ray Titles (The Dark Knight, Inception, Office Space) - $4.99

    Best Buy Black Friday Ad

    Target Black Friday Ad Deal Highlights:

    $298 46-inch Westinghouse 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV
    $85 Amazon Kindle Keyboard 3G with Special Offers
    $139.99 Xbox 360 4GB Console
    $265 40-inch Element 1080p 60Hz LCD TV
    $129 iPod nano 8GB with Free $15 Gift Card
    $195 iPod touch 8GB with Free $40 Gift Card
    $157 Acer Netbook
    $89 TomTom VIA 1505M
    $199 Sony PS3 160GB with 2 Games
    $3.99 DVDs

    And here is full page ad scan from Sears:

    50-inch Zenith 1080p 600Hz HDTV for $499.99

    Sears Black Friday 2011 Ad - i4u Photo Galleries

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    I'd be all over the PS3 and Samsung plasma deals.....and the Lenovo. Those are good quality
    products at great prices.

    Do you guys remember the Walmart employee who was trampled to death by black friday shoppers in New York?
    That was and is the lowest point in our consumer society. All those people were buying junk that has probably broken by now. They all should have been arrested.

    I do wish quality hi-fi products had BF sales.

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    Man, I avoid these kinds of sales like the plague. We don't have Black Friday here in Canada, but we have Boxing Day. It's essentially the same thing but the day after Christmas. When I was a kid, my Mom would take us downtown to line up at a record store (Sam the Record Man). BarryL and I would have our lists of albums to buy and would walk out loaded down with lots of vinyl. But nowadays, I find it hard to stand in line for deals like that. You wait around for hours to get pushed and shoved out of the way when the doors open, only to find that by the time you get to the item you want it's sold out anyhow. No thanks.

    Besides, a lot of the Boxing Day sales are on-line too. Last year we avoided the long Best Buy line-ups and ordered a laptop on-line instead. Same deal, no line-up, but we had to wait three days for delivery. I was okay with that.

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    I live not too far from that area

    Quote Originally Posted by Enochrome View Post
    I'd be all over the PS3 and Samsung plasma deals.....and the Lenovo. Those are good quality
    products at great prices.

    Do you guys remember the Walmart employee who was trampled to death by black friday shoppers in New York?
    That was and is the lowest point in our consumer society. All those people were buying junk that has probably broken by now. They all should have been arrested.

    I do wish quality hi-fi products had BF sales.
    People who can't understand that human life is more important than some stupid deal are not human. I think Black Friday is wrong on many levels and often is just a bait and switch mayhem event. I choose often to just wait for a good online deal or some other deal during the season. I'm not getting up at 4:00am to get some ridiculous deal. I need my beauty sleep.
    I prefer my sex like my basketball, one on one, and with as little dribbling as possible.

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    Yes you do Robert, get all the beauty sleep you can get.... lol
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    I don't like playing their "Reindeer Games" either but I do plan to go out at 12:00 am to Target for a small chance at the 46" Westinghouse for $298.
    This will be my second time going out on BF. The first was a trip to Walmart some years ago were I was not able to find an HDTV BF sale in the electronic section of the store. Most of the HDTV's were spread out on hand trucks pallets in the food aisle. Not that I saw any of them on the pallets, they were gone in less than 3 minutes.
    That why I plan on heading for the Women's make-up section once inside Target...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjpremierfour View Post
    The first was a trip to Walmart some years ago were I was not able to find an HDTV BF sale in the electronic section of the store. Most of the HDTV's were spread out on hand trucks pallets in the food aisle. Not that I saw any of them on the pallets, they were gone in less than 3 minutes.
    That why I plan on heading for the Women's make-up section once inside Target...
    LMAO...that is funny

    I don't plan to do any midnight shopping as like Robert, I need my beauty sleep. May be drop by Walmart in the afternoon to see if they have any good deals on DVDs.

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    Pepboys:

    Friday 6am-11 am 5 qts. Castrol GTX plus Purolator filter - $7.00

    Saturday only - 5 qts. Pennzoil plus Purolator filter - $8.00

    Sunday only - 5 qts. Quaker State plus Purolator filter - $9.00

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    Outlaw Audio is having an on-line Black Friday sale. Two of the items that caught my eye were:

    Outlaw M8 sub: $175
    Outlaw RR2150 stereo receiver: $599

    There's a lot more, and all seem to include free shipping. There's some kind of registration necessary and then they send you a password.

    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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    That 40 inch Emerson doesn't sound bad

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    That's cool

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    Parts Express : A good and cheap combo.

    Dayton B652 speakers ( well reviewed ) - $25

    Lepai T-amp - $19.95 ( all T-amps sound pretty good )

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