Black Friday 2011 Early Deals at Walmart, Best Buy, Target and Amazon

For US shoppers, Black Friday is the one time in the year, when they can get their hands on items that come with a discounted price tag. Every year, people are prepared to queue up outside retailer stores the day after Thanksgiving, in a bid to secure their favorite item(s) at a far lower price.

This year is no exception. Retailers that we know of so far getting in on the act, are that of Amazon, ToysRUs, Target, Best Buy, Kohl’s, Sears, WalMart and so on.

In order to keep a step in front of your neighbor, BF ads can be sourced on the web allowing you to see deals before they are even released, along with opening times of retailers and so on.

Today the news has been extended with retailer WalMart. To entice customers, the massive chain of stores will be doing pre-BF weekend deals at some of its outlets as well as online throughout the month of November. According to zdnet.com, this includes deals with HDTV’s amongst other electrical goods.

Examples of this include, an LG 42 inch 3D backlit LCD (LW5300) with four pairs of 3D glasses for a price of $727, that’s a drop of $70 from the normal price and $150 than anywhere else.

If 3D is not for you, then perhaps take a look at the big 46-inch Westinghouse LD 46-inch (4655VX) for $549.98, that’s a $100 saving over Best Buy and $30 lower than TigerDirect. Prices of course do vary for items and it is dependant on your personal preference and budget. At the cheaper end of the scale, a 40-inch 240Hz Philips TV is retailing for $499.99 where as the 60Hz Sceptre is just $329.