Early Sunday morning, Walmart, Target and Best Buy emailed customers about pre-Black Friday deals and items that will be on sale on Black Friday, November 23, 2012. The news about Black Friday deals has created a buzz Sunday morning.
Walmart, Sears and Target will open its doors Thanksgiving night and the news has created an Internet buzz Sunday. Walmart and Sears will open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, while Target will open at 9 p.m. Best Buy will open its doors at midnight…just a few hours behind the other big box stores.
Each Best Buy store will hand out tickets to customers in line at 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving to avoid crowds rushing into their stores at midnight. They will also have online deals on Thanksgiving day. To see Black Friday deals at Best Buy, click here.
Target Black Friday deals include: an APEX 32” 720 p LCD HDTV for $147, a Nook simple touch e-reader for $49, Brave DVD for $10 (an additional long list of other new DVDs for $10), Nikon L310 digital camera for $99.99 and hundreds of other items as well. In addition, those customers using Target credit card will receive an additional 5% off the total price. For more information Target Black Friday deals, click here.
Walmart is currently having a pre-Black Friday online only sale that started Friday and will continue until Wednesday; every day different items are on sale. For information about the pre-Black Friday deals at Walmart, click here.
Last Sunday, Walmart emailed its full 2012 Black Friday circular to customers and it included additional items that will be on sale Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
Walmart’s circular ad included several doorbuster deals for those who venture out early Thursday night including an LG Blu-ray player for $38, an Emerson 32-inch TV for $148. They will also sell the Apple iPad 2 with a $75 Walmart gift card for $399. They will also have the Nintendo Wii for $89.
For more information on the full Black Friday sale at Walmart, click here.
Black Friday typically starts the day after Thanksgiving and it is the biggest retail shopping day of the year and for some stores it is the first day of the year that they make it into the black…hence the term Black Friday. But Walmart has decided to change the 4 a.m. start time to Thursday night this year and they will open on Thanksgiving night instead.
Sears Black Friday ads include: a 32” TV for $97, and half of Nook Simple Touch cases on Thanksgiving. Friday deals at Sears include a $9.99 Craftsman electric drill and screwdriver.