Black Friday Deals 2009 are leaking slowly. Black Friday Deals at Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Kohl’s, and Target will please even the pickiest of Black Friday shoppers. As Black Friday 2009 is roughly 2 and a half weeks away, shoppers are getting increasingly anxious about the prospects of good savings.
Shoppers are sure to be happy this holiday season, as Black Friday sales have already begun early at retailers such as Sears and Wal-Mart. Although these retailers have weekly specials and doorbuster deals, it is only logical to assume that the real Black Friday will bring you the best deals.
Wal-Mart started a series of weekly shopping events. This week, you can get an HP notebook for $298 or a 42″ TV for $498. Best Buy also had a deal on a similar 42″ TV for $498.99 – only .99 more than Wal-Mart. I expect to see TV price wars this holiday season, so this might be the year to buy your husband that flat screen TV he’s been drooling over.
MSN reported on a leaked Kmart ad that hit Black Friday deal Web sites early this week. Among Kmart deals are a Sony Bravia 32 inch for $379, a Nintendo DSI bundle with 5 games for $169.99, and a Fisher Price Handy Manny Fix-It Motorcycle for $17.49.
MSN also reports that Sears has boring ads, even though they pumped up a lot of Black Friday hype by being the first retailer to announce weekly doorbuster sales this season. The only exciting doorbuster in the most recent ad is a Kenmore High-Efficiency Washer/Dryer combo for $579.98.
Blackfriday.info reports on Kohl’s leaked Black Friday 2009 ads. Some of my favorite Kohl’s deal include a 300 thread count set of twin sheets for $19.99. Shoppers also get $10 Kohl’s cash for every $50 spent, and the savings are redeemable the first week in December.
Best Buy has the best opportunity to save of them all. Best Buy is hosting their annual VIP Black Friday contest. In each of their 25 markets, Best Buy will select one lucky shopper to receive a $1,000 Best Buy gift card to use on Black Friday. In addition, they will be chauffeured to their local Best Buy in a limousine.
Many stores open as early as 4 am on Black Friday. This means that you need to get to bed early on Thursday night (which should be easy if you are like me and eat a lot of turkey) and wake up super early so you can get the best savings.
MSN.com : http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/SmartSpending/blog/page.aspx?post=1351899&_blg=1,1351899