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Black Friday 2012 Ads and Cyber Monday Deals - Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and Target Lower Prices for Holiday Sales

By Staff
Nov 19, 2012
Target gets ready for Black Friday.

The Black Friday ads for the 2012 holiday shopping season have now been out for so long that shoppers who were not satisfied with the offered deals are now searching for Cyber Monday 2012 ads that might catch their fancy.

That brings online giant Amazon heavily into the mix as they challenge traditional stores like Best Buy, Walmart and Target in a bid for the consumers holiday shopping dollar.

Here are some of the advertised Black Friday sales from Target on some Apple products.

When you buy any iPad 2 16 GB with Wi-Fi for $399.99, you get a free $60 Target gift card.

Pick up a 16GB Apple iPod touch ($195) and receive a free $40 Target gift card with your purchase. A 16GB iPod nano ($149) earns buyers a $20 gift card.

Buy the iPhone 4S for Virgin Mobile with no contract ($499) and get a $100 Target gift card in return.

See their Black Friday ad here.

At Walmart on the day after Thanksgiving, one-hour sale items and these deals:

*Apple iPad2: 16GB with Wi-Fi: on sale for $399 plus get a $75 Wal-Mart gift card
*Emerson® 32" 720p LCD TV: on sale for $148
*LG Blue-ray Player: on sale for $38

See the Walmart Ad here.

At Best Buy on Black Friday, some of the featured deals…

- 15.6-inch Lenovo laptop for just $187.99 that features an AMD processor, 2GB of RAM and a 320GB hard drive;

- 14-inch Asus notebook equipped with an Intel Pentium CPU, 4GBof RAM, and 320G hard drive for $249.99.

- Dell desktop with an Intel Core i5 processor and bundled with a 20-inch LED-backlight monitor for $499.98.

Also, Best Buy is offering up a number of different HDTV deals that include a 55-inch Samsung LED set for $799.99 to a 40-inch Toshiba LCD for $179.99.

See the ad.

Amazon says... why wait until Black Friday?

"You shouldn't have to stand in a long line to get a great deal. We've been searching for the best Black Friday deals everywhere--including Black Friday deals other stores are planning--so we can bring them to you even earlier," the online store says in a promo.

One warning from the notice for would be shoppers. Be ready.

"These limited-supply deals will go quickly, but we'll add new ones throughout the day, every day, so you can skip the long lines and still save a bundle."

See their Black Friday page here and their Cyber Monday sales page here.

Need store hours?

Thursday Nov. 22, 2012 Thanksgiving Black Friday store openings:

*Kmart: Opens at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving with special sales at different hours.
*Walmart: Opens at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
*Toys R Us: Opens at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving with some $5 specials.
*Sears: Opens at 8:00 p.m. Thanksgiving.
*Shopko: Opens at 9:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
*Target: Opens at 9:00 p.m. Thanksgiving.

Stores Opening at Midnight Friday Nov. 23 for Black Friday sales:

*Best Buy: Opens at midnight and they are handing out coupons for their hot sale items 2 hours before the stores open.
*Sports Authority: Opens at midnight.
*Macy’s: Opens at midnight.
*Kohl’s: Opens at midnight

Stores Opening early morning on Friday, Nov. 23 for their Black Friday sales:

*Staples: Opens at 5:00 a.m. on Friday.
*Lowe’s: Opens at 5:00 a.m. on Friday.
*Home Depot: Opens at 5:00 a.m. Friday.
*J.C. Penny: Opens at 6:00 a.m. on Friday.
*Radio Shack: Opens up at 6:00 a.m. Friday

(Image: WENN)

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