The Walmart Facebook page released an update telling fans of their page to go check out their Black Friday ad here. Among the deals pictured are the "Call of Duty: Ghosts" video game for various systems for under $40, a 32" Class LED HDTV for just $98, an HP Pavilion Touchsmart laptop for $278, and the Xbox 360 video game system for just $99. Walmart will have on sale. Among them are a 32-inch generic brand LED HDTV for $98, a LG Blu-ray player for $38, an iPad Mini for $299 with $100 Walmart gift card, and Beats by Dre Headphones for $116. It was noted that the deals on the Beats headphones and iPad Mini were among the most impressive seen so far, as neither Target or Best Buy has seemed to have that sort of price, although Amazon could still try to outdo Walmart there. Best Buy is offering early Black Friday deals on iPads, TVs, smartphones and more! One of the best deals we see so far is a Vizio 50" 120Hz Smart HDTV for just $449.99 proving you do NOT need to wait until November 29th to get an amazing deal on a TV! Plus, you will get a $75 gift card with any iPad with Retina Display (4th Gen. iPad) already marked down at least $50. Shop the Early Black Friday Sales to avoid the long lines and shop online and seek the sites earlier for any early Black Friday Online sales. Also, Best Buy has announced special deals only for My Best Buy members during their Blue Sunday sale event taking place this Sunday, November 24 - just 5 days before Black Friday. You can get an LG 47" 1080p HDTV for just $469.99. Also available is the HTC One from AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon in metallic blue (only at Best Buy) for just $49.99 down from $199.99. All items during the sale include free shipping. Oh by the way, the top pick for Black Friday in my opinion is the Microsoft Surface 32GB tablet for $199.99 at Best Buy. For all my blog and twitter followers make sure you stay safe this year during Black Friday.
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Black Friday: New rules for Black Friday shopping
Black Friday has been a tradition for decades, but this year, shopping on Black Friday weekend may actually be a little different. How? You ask. Retailers are changing up everything from the way you line up to the price you pay for deals in an effort to keep customers shopping.
Here are some of the new rules for Black Friday
Early means early: You thought things were starting early last year? Well this year, everything is even earlier. More stores are open on Thanksgiving Day. Lines have already formed at some stores. Pre-Black Friday sales featuring Black Friday prices happened this past weekend. If you haven’t at least started thinking about Black Friday, you’re late.
Orderly conduct: Black Friday has the reputation of bringing out the worst in people with incidents of pepper spraying and trampling. This year, in an effort to create a better shopping experience, some stores will issue wristbands or tickets for certain doorbuster items to anyone in line. Shoppers will then have a period of time to claim the item once the selling event begins. When the tickets or wristbands are gone, so is the inventory.
Price matching: Price matching is the newest way to smash the competition. Some retailers have made the unprecedented move of matching a competitor’s advertised Black Friday prices well in advance of Black Friday. And they are not only matching in-store prices, some will match a competitor’s online pricing as well.
Doorbuster waves and guarantees: It has long been the frustration of Black Friday shoppers that the doorbuster deals everyone wants come in limited quantities. This year, retailers are offering more doorbusters and staggering them over two days. Wal-Mart in particular offers a “One Hour Guarantee.” If you are in line during the one-hour time period for the item being offered, you can still get it even if it sells out. You purchase a voucher and register online, and the item is shipped before Christmas.
In-store pickup: More retailers are also offering in-store pickup, making it easier to shop online without delayed gratification. You avoid shipping charges and can often pick up your items the same day.
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