Black Friday deals from Best Buy, Target, Walmart

Coffee. Lots and lots of coffee.

It’s what many of us will funnel into our bodies Friday morning as we extract ourselves from an otherwise perfect, cornucopia-induced slumber. Because who needs rest when there are boots on sale?

Long before you stumble out the door to tackle Black Friday, take a gander at this sampling of deals (most are doorbusters, so don’t blame me if they’re not available at 2 p.m.):

Best Buy: If you’re looking for an inexpensive, midsize TV, go for the Sharp 42-inch 1080p LCD HDTV for $199.99. Or find an assortment of Blu-ray movies for $4.99 (including “Inception,” “Love Happens” and “The Dark Knight”).

GameStop: Play the game right and you could grab a $199 PlayStation 3 160 GB bundled with two games, or an Xbox 4GB for $149.

J.C. Penney: Shop online Thanksgiving Day or in stores on Black Friday for 65 percent off women’s coats, 50 percent to 65 percent off sheet sets and 65 percent off home entertainment. You’ll also find 60 percent off Samsonite luggage, 70 percent off select men’s cashmere sweaters and tops, and up to 80 percent off infant and toddler clothes.

Kmart: Need a new tree to put up this year? Trim a Home 6-foot Blue Mountain trees will be on sale for $19.99. Or pick up a PlayStation 3 holiday bundle for $199.99.

Kohl’s: Early bird specials include a 14.1 mp Vivitar digital camera for $49.99, 50 percent off makeup kits and 60 percent to 70 percent off women’s outerwear. The flier boasts more than 500 discounts before 1 p.m.

Macy’s: You’ll have to fight me for boots starting at $20 and dresses at 20 percent off. Plus, ad insert previews show coupons for $10 off any sale or clearance item of at least $25, and another 15 percent off select clearance for men, women and children.

Target: Your kids will love you if an Xbox 360 4GB ends up under the tree, and you’ll love the $139.99 price at midnight. Score a Westinghouse 46-inch 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV for $298 or an Amazon Kindle Keyboard 3G (with special offers) for $85.

Toys R Us: Get there early Thursday evening to land a Furreal Friends Butterscotch Pony for $99.99 or a LeapFrog Leapster2 learning game system for $24.99. Although the toy giant is opening 9 p.m. Thanksgiving, it’s releasing a second set of doorbusters at 5 a.m. Friday.

Walmart: Treat college kids to a better way to study with the HP 15.6-inch AMD Dual Core Laptop for $248. Treat yourself to an LG Blu-ray Player for $49, plus some $5 Blu-ray movies to go with it.

Click here for store hours.

Looking for more? Try surfing www.BFads.net or BlackFriday.info for other deals.

– By Lauren Davidson, Atlanta Bargain Hunter

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I Love Life Cereal

November 22nd, 2011
8:53 am

I think I would be concerned about the 42″ LCD TV if I didn’t know the model number & couldn’t read user reviews. You don’t want to end up with at $199 paperweight if it fails.

I searched but didn’t see the model # listed (?). Also, I would expect Best Buy to do a very poor job actually having some in stock, according to what I’ve read before.

Think I’ll pass.

DC

November 22nd, 2011
9:14 am

their reviews are online negative blogger…

Nianya

November 22nd, 2011
10:06 am

20% off dresses at Macy’s . . .ummm go today because they are probably 50% off at the moment. Maybe the article meant and extra 20% off the sale price. . .

quick work break

November 22nd, 2011
11:23 am

Best Buy says they’ll have minimum 10 of the TVs at each store. Still, unless your one of the first 10 in the line (how many hours in line?), you won’t get it.

bigdawg88

November 22nd, 2011
12:02 pm

Here is the specs on the 42″ tv (Model# LC-42SV49U) from Best Buy… already a couple of bad reviews. Supposed to have at least 10 per store.
However, for $199 what do you expect? 3D, blue-ray player, and surround sound?
You might want to buy a 2 year warranty on this thing, just in case.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Sharp+-+42%26%2334%3B+Class+/+LCD+/+1080p+/+60Hz+/+HDTV/3142087.p?skuId=3142087&id=1218379763676

Black Friday Shopper

November 22nd, 2011
1:29 pm

Be aware that those Xbox prices do not include the Kinnect. You will have to buy that separate for about $100.

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Squeak

November 22nd, 2011
9:52 pm

Microsoft will probably cut the prices on the Xbox 360 again when they get ready to release the new version next year…same with Nintendo and the Wii. I wouldn’t buy a PS3 just because Sony can’t seem to get PSN secure enough to keep hackers from getting in and stealing customer information.

Ole Guy

November 23rd, 2011
1:47 am

Better way to “study” with a $250 laptop from Walmart…hm, let me think this over. Kids/parents complain over the high cost of college; HOPE’s diminishing act angers many; ever-increasing numbers of college kids take remedials (college-level high school classes), YET…for a measly $250, the kid will transform from idiot crybaby whiner to (sound of the brass section in triumphant blare) SUPERSTUDENT!

Howbout ya just save the pc for porn, crack a few books, STUDY, and quite coming up with crutches.

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Not Gonna Do It

November 23rd, 2011
2:12 pm

Quantities may be limited, no rainchecks….in other words, we have one or two, but we’d be more than happy to sell you this higher priced model…….so don’t get your hopes up….nope, not worth fighting the crowds…..

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truth

November 25th, 2011
10:13 am

What is the fuss about Black Friday?? There are better deals online

Mitzymy

November 25th, 2011
12:52 pm

I used to work in the mall at 2 major stores, and believe me, no matter how low they go in price, they are still making a profit. I used to arrive at work on Black Friday, when it was still Black Friday instead of turkey day, at 6am, and I could not find a place to park. People have to be crazy to sleep outside for days for nothing. We raised 4 kids and at the end of Christmas Day, they were having more fun playing with the boxes that the presents and toys came in, than the actual presents and toys themselves.

woodrow

November 28th, 2011
6:04 pm

Save your money and use it to pay off your 4-5 figure credit card debt. Then burn the card and have a merry Christmas.