Amazon Online Black Friday 2011 Deals and Ads

Amazon Wireless is really gearing up for Black Friday 2011by announcing the Penny-Pincher promotion early and eagerly preparing to receive thousands of customers. And when I say thousands of costumers believe me, I’ve got reasons. As the name says it, the Penny-Pincher sale offers a wide array of smartphones at the lowest cost ever: 1 penny, plus an interesting bonus worth $100 given with one condition. And boy do they have some top sellers out there.

We cannot list the most important smartphones that Amazon Wireless prepared for this year’s Black Friday but, amongst the list we could found the following titles: the Motorola Droid RAZR, the Epic 4G Touch, the LG Thrill 4G, the HTC Rezound 4G, Motorola’s Atrix 2 and Droid BIONIC, the HTC EVO 3D and Droid Incredible 2, the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket, the Nexus S and even the Droid 3. The list is very long and can be seen entirely on the official website, where Amazon prepared these puppies almost free of charge. As we’ve said in the beginning, AtoZ will also add a nice $100 bonus to all those that activate a mobile hotspot data plan during the purchase. The gift card can be used on later acquisitions, slashing a decent amount out of any products.

The promotion will begin on November 25th and will last during the weekend, right until November 28th. As you’ve probably guessed, Amazon is also taking advantage of the shopping spree occurring on Cyber Monday and we tend to believe that their sale numbers will go skyrocket.

Unfortunately, this offer is only available to new customers and usually the phones come with a comprehensive 2-year contract attached.

Looking at other 2011 Black Friday deals out there, Amazon is certainly taking the smartphone crown this year. Best Buy introduced some strong discounts when it came to tablets, Staples replied a couple of days ago and Sears only caught the group today. Unfortunately, they cannot compare with the most successful online retailer we’ve seen, Amazon Wireless offering almost 100 phones for free, literally. Also, as you may remember, the retailer also launched a dedicate website for this event, allowing any curious minds ( and wallets ) to pick a nice present.

So, what do you think of this one? Anyone readying itself for this sale and preparing to buy a brand new BlackBerry, Samsung, HTC or Motorola phone? Or is it still early in the game for 2-year commitments?