Whether you love or hate the concept of Black Friday, you can’t ignore the deals on offer. Some companies have already begun their build-up to the event by offering blockbuster deals now. Electrical items are always the things people crave on Black Friday because you can fit your living room out with the latest tech for very little money, but do you want to wait around for the shops to open to grab the best deals?
Of course, you do, so which shops should you queue up at and which should you avoid on Black Friday?
You’re normally guaranteed a great price at Best Buy but those savings get even better on Black Friday. We haven’t been told anything specifically but we’re going on the numbers from last year’s event and predicting that Best Buy shoppers will get equally good deals this time around.
By the time you read this, it’s likely that BestBuy.com has already started the sales process but that doesn’t mean that the best offers are available straight away. We’re expecting Best Buy to open at 4 or 5pm on Thanksgiving Day and then close around midnight or 1am before opening again at 8am on Black Friday.
Best Buy should announce that it will open at either 4 or 5pm on Thanksgiving day. Its stores will likely close at midnight or 1am that night. Unlike Walmart, Best Buy will close for a few hours in the middle of the night and then likely open back up at 8am on Black Friday. If that’s no good to you, you can purchase their stuff through BestBuy.com from Thanksgiving to Black Friday no matter what the hour.
So what sort of offers will there be? We reckon that they’ll offer deals similar to last year’s so expect 55-inch widescreen TVs for $250 or less, with 60-inch 4K HDTVs for around $400. If the offers are in-line with those from last year, you’ll get $150 Off Apple iPads.
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