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Black Friday 2012 Ads - Deals from Best Buy, Walmart, and Target on HDTVs (And 3D) Worth Lining Up For?

By Staff
Nov 18, 2012
A 50-inch HDTV is only $298 at Walmart on Black Friday.

Are the deals in the leaked Black Friday 2012 ads from Best Buy, Walmart, and Target worth lining up for?

Some of the Black Friday sale prices on the deals may be if you are searching for electronics on your holiday gift wish list, specifically HDTVs, including 3D HDTVs.

Walmart has an amazing deal on a 50" TV, The big box retailer goes under $300 for an Emerson 50" 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HDTV.

The price for Black Friday is only $298 at Walmart.

If you are looking for a smaller set for an office or dorm room and want to save big, you may want to check out Target.

The retail chain has a Black Friday deal that pushes the price for a 32-inch HDTV for under $150.

The deal - Target has an an Apex 32" 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HDTV for only $147.

If you are looking for a large HDTV to hang on the wall and want to spend as little as possible, check out Best Buy for these two model/deals.

According to CSMonitor.Com the electronics specialist has a phenomenal Black Friday deal on a Samsung 55" 240Hz 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HDTV.

The price on the day after Thanksgiving is only $800 at Best Buy.

Want a 3D HDTV set at 55 inches?

Best Buy also has a Panasonic 55" 120Hz 1080p 3D LED-Backlit LCD HDTV for $900 at Best Buy.

CSMonitor has more on the best TV deals here and adds an important note on the Samsung set above:

"January typically rings in the best deals on brand-name HDTVs, (but) the 55" 240Hz Samsung is at an all-time low, beating out every deal we've posted on similar 55" 240Hz Samsungs this year by at least $198."

Does you holiday gift shopping list include an HDTV?

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