For several years now, Best Buy is the reigning favorite among Black Friday deal hunters. They have been consistently offering unbelievable deals on digital cameras, computers, televisions, and other consumer products. Budget-conscious shoppers have the habit of camping out in front of their favorite Best Buy store for days until Black Friday commences. In 2011, excited patrons began queuing outside the store in the early morning of Thanksgiving Day. This year, 2012, shoppers may begin with the ‘ritual’ even earlier. Store clerks will be giving a limited number of tickets to anxious shoppers who are first in the line for the desired door busters.
So far, Best Buy Black Friday 2012 has listed various offers on electronics such us the Kodak EasyShare Max 120 Megapixel Digital Camera for only $191.99 instead of the original $329.99 price tag, the Samsung 51” Class Plasma HD TV for $699.99 which is cheaper than its $899.99 regular price point, and the HTC 7 Surround Mobile Phone for $199.99 instead of its regular $449.99 price tag. If you buy all these three discounted products on Black Friday and not on a regular shopping day, you would be able to save almost $600.
Other interesting finds are the Sony – Speaker Dock for Apple iPod and iPhone at $108.99 (before at $249.99); Microsoft Office Home and Student 2011 for Mac at $69.99 (before at $119.99); Star Wars – Storm Trooper DJ Headphones at $29.99 (before at $49.99); Dual 50-Watt x 4 In-Dash CD Deck w/ Detachable Motorized Faceplate at $69.99 (before at $139.99); Microsoft Xbox 360 4GB Console at $179.99 (before at $199.99); Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 750GB External USB 2.0 Hard Drive at $69.99 (before at $139.99); and Toshiba Satellite 15.6” Laptop w/AMD Dual-Core E300 at $274.99.
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