Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Toys r Us Black Friday ads out!

Don't Waste Your Money

Sneak previews of the Black Friday ads are now popping up on theweb, making this a great time to start planning  your shoppingstrategy for Black Friday.

Walmart Black Friday

According to the website, Walmart has some super dealsuntil 11am on "off brands," such as:

  • Emerson 32 inch LCD HDTV for just $198
  • eMachines Laptop Computer for $198
  • Magnavox Blu Ray player: $69
  • Also, a $ 50 Gift Card with purchase of a $225 iPod Touch (See Toys r Us, below, for similar deal)

Toys r Us Ad

The Toys R Us ad is the most recent to be leaked: we looked atone courtesy the website ""

It shows some great discounts starting Thanksgiving evening,continuing until 1PM Friday afternoon.

Among the best deals:

  • Toys r Us will give you a $50 in store Gift Card if you buy an iPod Touch or Microsoft xBox 360. It's essentially a $50 discount on a product that stores are not allowed to mark down.
  • Also: Toys r Us has Razr scooters half price, for $19.99, and discounts of as much as 60% on some toys.

Target Ad Leaked

Meantime, other websites are previewing Target's ad for the Dayafter Thanksgiving.

We looked at one courtesy the website "2010 Black Friday"

Target's main features:

  • A 40 inch Westinghouse LCD HDTV TV for just $298.
  • A PSP Holiday Bundle (handheld game console plus games) for $127.
  • Target will also give you a $10 gift card with a $100 purchase Friday morning.

Best Buy Ad Leaked

The website TheBlackFriday,.com (click above link) is nowshowing the Best Buy ad for Black Friday,  Among its bestdeals:

  • Panasonic 50 in Plasma TV:  $699 (limited quantity morning doorbuster)
  • Toshiba Blu Ray Player:  $59

One Final Caution

Remember: Most of these are Doorbuster deals, meaning theyare in limited quantities (especially that 40 or 50 inch HDTV), oravailable only Friday morning for a few hours. Show up at 8am, andyou won't get one.

So read the ads carefully before you shop, so you don'twaste your money.


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