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Black Friday Ads: Super Stores

Black Friday is one of the busiest shopping days of the entire year in the United States. This year, many stores are opening their doors on Thanksgiving night, which means right after Thanksgiving dinner, people will be bundling up and heading out the door to line up outside of their favorite store. Of course, some people line up 2 days before Thanksgiving to secure their spot and guarantee them the item they desire, but it’s not impossible to get what you want even if you’re not lined up from 3 days before Black Friday.

PennySaverUSA has compiled all of the Black Friday ads for the major super stores here, to save you the time of scouring the internet to find the Black Friday deals. We’ll highlight our picks for the best Black Friday deals at each store, and provide you with the links to view the ads for yourself.

Walmart Black Friday Ad

Walmart is infamously known as possibly being the craziest place to shop at on Black Friday. From stampedes, to fighting over xboxes, it gets out of hand.

This year, along with opening their doors at 8pm Thanksgiving night, Walmart also has a new promotion called the ’1 Hour In-Stock Guarantee’ on 3 of their doorbuster items. From 10pm-11pm on Thursday, November 22nd, Walmart guarantees that the three items featured for their 10pm doorbusters will be in stock. If any of the items sell out in the first hour, you can purchase a Guarantee Card that ensures you will get the item at the Black Friday price before Christmas.

The three items eligible for this promotion are:

  1. Apple iPad 2 16GB Wi-Fi for $399 plus you get a $75 Walmart gift card
  2. LG BLu-ray Plaer for $38
  3. Emerson 32″ LCD 720p TV for $148

Our top picks (in addition to the 3 doorbusters listed above) for Walmart’s Black Friday Deals:

  • HP Laptop with 15.6″ screen for $279
  • Vizio 60″ LED Smart TV for $688
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 4GB SkyLanders Bundle for $149.99
  • Sony PlayStation 3 250GB Bundle with Uncharted and InFAMOUS for $199.99
  • Various Wii, Xbox and PS3 video games between $10 – $25
  • Leap Frog LeapPad 1 Explorer for $65
  • Eureka Maxima Upright Vacuum for $36
  • Toshiba 1TB Portable Hard Drive for $59
  • Emerson 50″ LCD HDTV for $298

Target Black Friday Ad

Target gets just a busy as Walmart, but does seem to be a little bit more organized on Black Friday. Doors open for Target at 9pm on Thursday November 22. As an added incentive to do you Black Friday shopping at Target, on Friday Nov. 23, from 4am-12 noon, you’ll get a free $10 Target Gift card when you spend $50 or more on Apparel, Accessories or Home merchandise.

Our top picks for Target’s Black Friday Deals:

  • Westinghouse 50″ 1080p LCD TV for $349
  • Sony PlayStation 3 250GB Bundle with Uncharted and InFAMOUS for $199.99
  • Various DVD titles between $1 – $8 and Blu-ray titles between $4 – $10
  • Dyson DC24 Multi Floor Vacuum for $269
  • Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch eReader for $49
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle for $199.99
  • Nintendo 3DS Super Mario 3D Land Bundle for $149.99

Kmart’s Black Friday Ad

As always, Kmart has low prices year round, and even lower prices on Black Friday. This year, their Black Friday deals start Thursday night at 8pm! So you have from 8pm-3am to attempt to get some doorbuster deals!

Our top picks for Kmart’s Black Friday Deals:

  • Proscan 50″ LCD 1080p HDTV for $288
  • HP Pavilion g6 Laptop for $299.99
  • Nintendo Wii Black Console for $129.99
  • Samsung 7″ Galaxy Tab 2 Tablet for $177.99
  • Basic Essentials 16pc Cookware Set for $19.99
  • 12′ Trampoline with Enclosure for $184.99

This is a collection of third party promotions, offers and deals that we’ve assembled from the web and elsewhere (the “Promotions”). The merchants and the products/services identified in the Promotions are not affiliated with PennySaverUSA.com, Harte-Hanks Shoppers, Inc., or any of its affiliates (“PennySaverUSA.com”). The inclusion of a Promotion should not be construed as an endorsement of PennySaverUSA.com or its products/services by such merchants. The Promotions are provided “As Is.” PennySaverUSA.com makes no representations or warranties whatsoever regarding the Promotions or the products/services included therein, including but not limited to whether the Promotions will be honored, have expired, are accurate or error free and disclaims all implied warranties to the extent applicable.

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Black Friday And Cyber Monday Are Coming Quick!

When out and about in our favorite retail stores and shops, we all have our eyes peeled for great savings at all times, and it’s such a blast when you come across a great deal! You really have to work for it, but it’s worth it if you can save a chunk of money.  But there is one day every year that the work is done for you. When the retail world throws it all out on the table with Black Friday Deals!

Black Friday and it’s e-commerce mirror image, Cyber Monday, have become vital days to the retail sector and are even used as economic indicators for the direction that the consumer economy is heading in the United States. Retailers are known to advertise their Black Friday Specials for the day after Thanksgiving Sales offering bottom dollar prices for everything including TVs, computers, cameras, appliances and anything else that will draw a crowd. Lines will form beginning late on Thanksgiving and people will sleep out in the cold to save some substantial dollars on items that usually might be a bit out of their financial reach

Retailers like Wal-Mart, Macy’s, Best Buy and many others begin stocking up and advertising for the day as soon as the Halloween decorations are put away, and people take notice! Right now, all across the country, families are coming up with game plans for the big day to maximize their effort and to come home with the biggest prize as possible. At PennySaverUSA.com, we are obsessed with savings, so you can go ahead and assume that some of us will be out early that post-Thanksgiving morning.

Are you planning on going out for Black Friday? Or are you looking for bargains online? Or a combination of both? Comment below!

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