Black Friday is right around the corner and I've got a breakdown of some of the hottest deals out right now.
Best Buy has released a large preview of their Black Friday ad on their website. It is 22 pages. Not all of the items have prices listed, but you can still get a clear idea of the deals you can find online and in store.
Best Buy will be opening at Midnight on Black Friday and will be handing out tickets two hours before the door opens.
One door buster that caught my eye is a Toshiba 40” LCD 1080p 60Hz HDTV for only $179.99! I did a quick search to see what the competition is selling it for. Amazon.com was the lowest price I could find and that price was for $377.99. That's a difference of $198.00! That door buster TV is definitely a great deal.
Here is the down side. Rumor has it that only 40 of those TV’s will be in stock at each Best Buy. What makes this deal impressive it that it's a major brand and it's not specifically made for Best Buy so you can price compare this deal.
These Black Friday deals are changing all the time and it is causing my head to spin. As I am writing this article, I just discovered that Amazon.com is offering Black Friday deals leading up to Black Friday.
Look for my complete article on Black Friday deals and steals Sunday, November 18.
Or, tune in to ABC15 News at 10 on Sunday, and catch my story on the best deals for this 2012 Black Friday or maybe I should say Black Friday week since many retailers may be opening as early as Sunday, November 18th for Black Friday deals.
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