Black Friday Sales 2010: Great Deals Begin Before Thanksgiving
In An Effort to Draw More Shoppers and More Money, Stores are Starting Their Black Friday Sales Early This Year With Some Good Deals
Sears is offering deals every Friday and Saturday from now until Christmas, and they have extended their layaway program online and in store so that now gives you 12 weeks to pay for your Christmas gifts.
Starting Sunday November 21st, Target is starting a giant four-day sale featuring 170 items that will not be part of their other Black Friday sale - look out for the coupon too for even more savings. On Thanksgiving they will then have an online one-day sale, and then on Black Friday they will have special doorbuster deals and a deal that if you spend $100 before 10am you will get a free $10 gift card.
Amazon will be having a Black Friday sale every Friday now until Black Friday and each deal will have a theme of 'connect, play, watch and listen'. Keep an eye on their Gold Box section.
Some of the confirmed deals for today include an Archos 5 500 GB Internet Tablet with Android for $309.99, a Toshiba 55UX600U 55" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV for $1,199.99, a Roku HD-XR Player for $69.99, and a Canon PIXMA MG6120 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One Printer for $139.99.
This retail giant will not only host their Black Friday sale, but will also run sales such as the WalMart Holiday Value Bundle Sale, Cyber Week Special and WalMart Thanksgiving Day Special online.
Between November 5 and November 17, Kohl's will be running four different sales, and on November 17 they will have a 'secret sale', where you will get an additional 15-30% off everything in the store and online. The Kohl's Cash Program will also be coming back.
They will host four pre-sales on November 6th, 17th, 20th, and 24th.
From the Sunday to Wednesday before Thanksgiving, they will be offering discounts of over 50% on items such as laptops, cameras, and printers.