Black Friday Laptop Deals is not only going to bring you the latest and greatest laptop deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. but we are also going to publish the ads you need to find the best deals on every hot product this year. Additionally, we'll keep you up to speed on all the Black Friday 2012 buzz as the days tick down.
We will be posting all the best Black Friday Laptop Deals from the stores below and more for Black Friday 2012. Our goal is to help you find the best possible deals on laptops, flat screens, gaming systems and more on Black Friday November 23th 2012. To stay up to date on all the Black Friday deals subscribe to our RSS feed on the top right corner of the page or better yet sign up to our mailing list and get a Free Black Friday Strategy Guide.
Remember, many stores are opening on Thanksgiving night this year so be sure to check store hours and get your shopping list and store route ready!
At Black Friday Laptop Deals we are constantly on the hunt for the most recent Black Friday ads so stay tuned as Thanksgiving approaches so you can plan your holiday weekend.
Some super hot Black Friday Laptop Deals going on this year…as usual so if you are in the market for a laptop then this Friday is the absolute BEST time to pick up a new laptop since the deals are really good.
Below are a list of the best black friday 2012 laptop deals that you will find anywhere this year:
- Best Buy – Windows 8 Lenovo Laptop for $187.99
- Costco – HP ENVY Select for $799 ($250 off regular price)
- Costco – Lenovo IdaPad UltraBook for $699 ($100 off regular price)
- Walmart – HP 15.6″ AMD Windows 8 for $299
- Walmart – Compaq 15.6″ Presario Windows 7 for $288
- Target – HP Pavilion 15.6″ for $450
- Amazon – Acer Aspire for $359 (20% off)
There you go..now get ready for the biggest shopping day of the year!
Walmart is gearing up for Black Friday as they have just started their “Ultimate Online Specials” promotion. The featured items are mostly electronics and housewares, but there are also some select deals on apparel, and even some seasonal decor.
While these deals are not Black Friday caliber there are still some substantial savings on a variety of products. These deals are on sale now and have been known to sell out, so if something catches your eye be sure to snap it up quickly!
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Black Friday has spiralled over the past several years into almost a bigger deal than the Holiday it follows, and for some it’s much more important than ‘giving thanks’.
But like with anything good, there are always things to be aware of that can spoil the fun…here are a few myths to be aware of for Black Friday 2012.
- You can always return what you purchase if you buy too much – not so much, retailers actually tighten return policies quite a bit right around Black Friday so if you are on the fence about a purchase or two then ask someone who works there about their return policy.
- If you purchase an item online for or on BlackFriday you are guaranteed this item – nope…stores often oversell popular items and the fine print covers their ass most of the time.
- Designer Brands dominate Black Friday deals – not really, in fact it’s the less then desirable brands that usually make up the majority of door crashers and big sale items so think again if you are eyeing that Sony TV or Apple product.
- Black Friday Ads that are “Leaked” are Accurate – hell no, although there may be some truth and hints in these ‘leaked’ ads the fact is they can and probably will change before the big day so don’t get your heart set on something you see from a Black Friday ad in early November.
In order to survive Black Friday 2012 , you’ll need to be prepared…we’ve gathered some tips and tricks so your Black Friday goes as smooth as possible.
- Plan ahead by reviewing Black Friday ads which are usually posted up to 3 weeks in advance. Determine which stores are you going to hit first, second, third etc…
- Do some research – Browse the ads & Prioritize (hint – Black Friday Laptop Deals is a great resource )
- Bring the ads with you & try and coordinate your route so the stores you hit are in the same area of town if possible.
- Don’t succumb to impulse buys unless it’s a door crasher and fits somebody on your list.
- Don’t bring your children, or elderly for that matter – Black Friday shopping is not for the faint of heart.
- Create a shopping group, someone to wait in line while you grab items or even split up to hit different stores with each others lists.
- There is no getting around it, you need to Go Early. By 9am the best deals are gone and the stores are a crime scene.
- Bring something to drink and eat.
- Buy multiple items of the same thing if the deal is that good, assuming you have the ability to give it to someone or use it yourself.
Apparently Black Friday GIANT, Best Buy is set to price-match online retailers for Black Friday 2012 deals…this is of course on top of there free shipping they offer on items that aren’t available in their store fronts.
Best Buy Price-Matching begins November 4th, however will not include the week of Black Friday or Cyber Monday. This is an attempt to put an end to shoppers “test driving” product in-store before going home and buying online.
Personally I’m not sure this will bring in that much more revenue for Best Buy but it does add another element and gives shoppers more options.