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The Apple Black Friday ad has been leaked! The four page ad lists discounts on many of Apple’s most popular products, including iPad 2, iPod touch and MacBook Air, along with accessories and peripherals. Macs are listed at $101 off, iPads are $41-$61 off, and iPods are $11-$41 off depending on the model.Read the rest of this entry >
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If finally happened – a major retailer nabbed Rebecca Black’s Friday for a Black Friday campaign. We speculated months ago that the Youtube viral video sensation would be a great fit for Black Friday.Read the rest of this entry >
LivingSocial is joining the Black Friday fray, allowing shoppers to snag Black Friday deals without fighting the crowds. For the first time, the daily deals vendor is forgoing its usual fare of spas, restaurants and cheap weekend getaways to offer online-only deals from retailers such as Bluefly, EA and Verizon Wireless beginning Black Friday and running through Cyber Monday. According to an Associated Press article, nearly all of the deals to be featured will be for 50% off or more, including less than half-price magazine subscriptions or $40 for $80 at Wine.com.
Retailers lined up for LivingSocial Black Friday deals include:Read the rest of this entry >
The Black Friday ads for Bon-Ton, Carson’s and Younkers have been released! The 68-page ad boasts 500 midnight doorbusters, many of which are available online on Thanksgiving Day.
Bon-Ton Department Store, Carson Pirie Scott and Younkers are three branches of the same chain of stores, and most of the three ads are therefore the same from store to store. There are some differences in the first few pages, however, so be sure you’re looking at the right ad when making your Black Friday plans.Read the rest of this entry >
Online retail giant Amazon has revealed its Black Friday ad! Although it’s obvious from the scans that it’s a printed ad, all 8 glossy pages are mocked up like Amazon’s website, complete with prices struck though. That means that there are no actual prices listed in the ad, but you can see original prices.
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We have two more ads for you today: H&M and Big 5 Sporting Goods
The H&M Black Friday Ad has arrived. The ad announces that the trendy clothing retailer will open its doors at 5am. Additionally, the first 100 customers in line will receive a scratch-off good for up to $300. As for the sales, H&M is keeping it simple, focusing on deep storewide discounts rather than calling out individual items. Highlights from the 2011 H&M Black Friday Ad include:Read the rest of this entry >
Black Friday by BradsDeals has learned that Best Buy will offer early access to their Black Friday sale for members only. The special sale offering Black Friday prices will run on Monday November 21st from noon to midnight EST and is only available online. Items ordered online through this special pre-Black Friday sale will not be eligible for in-store pickup.
To qualify for this members-only Black Friday sale, Best Buy customers must meet the following criteria:Read the rest of this entry >
Sephora has released a sneak peak at their 2011 Black Friday sale. According to the announcement on their Facebook page, the one day sale will offer at least these 10 items for $10 each, and there are definitely some killer deals in here for Sephora fans. The Stila Glitz and Glam Palette & Lip Glaze is especially enticing, dropping from its original price of $76 to just $10 at the register.
The only catch here is a limit of 2 items per customer. Items will be available both in Sephora stores and online. JC Penney stores selling Sephora products are not included.Read the rest of this entry >
Two more stores have announced their Black Friday sales: Value City Furniture and Wirefly.
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The Black Friday ads keep on coming! Today we’ve got two new Black Friday sales to tell you about, for True Value and Dunham’s Sports.
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