By JoMarr Williams
Tis the season to be thrifty, and Black Friday is a couple of days away. After the turkey is devoured, hundreds of thousands of shoppers will begin to head out to their favorite retailer for incomparable deals and savings. As far as clothing stores for you fashionistas there are a couple great door-busters if your willing to get there early enough. The best deals are for the tech lovers like myself. So i decided to make a list of the best deals for electronics on BF.
Best Buy: Opens at 12am
By far this is the greatest deal this year:
$199.99 42-in Sharp LCD 1080p HDTV. The stores will be passing out tickets for these at 10pm. There is a minimum of ten per store, so you gotta get there early. I plan on taking advantage of this deal, for the first time in my life I will be camping out. Other deals offered include:
- $39.99 Toshiba Smart Blu-ray player
- $249.99 Asus Laptop
- $299.99 Intel Premium Laptop
- $179.99 AMD Laptop
- $24.99 HP Deskjet All-in-One printer
- And DVDs and video games starting at $.99.
Game Stop: Opens at 12am
- $149.99 XBox 360
- $199.97 Playstation 3 with two games included
- $149.97 Wii
- And for the kiddies Nintendo 3DS for $169.99
Walmart: Opens Thanksgiving Day at 10pm.
They have various sales starting at the opening of the store and as the day progresses other items will be available for the sale prices. This is great for those that dont want to get up early in the morning.
If you need a television then head to Walmart!
- $248 40-in Emerson LCD TV
- $188 32-in Emerson LCD TV
- $498 51-in Samsung Plasma HDTV
- $598 46-in Samsung 1080p LCD TV
Along with the televisions at Walmart there are:
- $198 Compaq Presario Laptop
- $79 Kindle
- $195 iPod Touch 8GB
- $49 Kodak C1450 Digital Camera
- $99 Sony Cyber-Shot
Amazon.com is having amazing deals on wireless phones in the Android world. For $0.01 you can get HTC Droid Incredible, LG Octane or, Motorola Atrix 4G. The best value in my opinion is the HTC Evo 3D 4G for $49.99.
The key this year is to prioritize whats important to you on your shopping list. Once that is selected, I recommend browsing stores and physically inspecting the product. Make sure the item is up to your standards especially with electronics. If you like the item in person, then plan to set a time to be at the store, the earlier the better. Remember some deals are offered the whole weekend, so it may not be a rush to get there before the sun comes up. Overall have fun, save money, and avoid getting trampled.