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Black Friday Ads 2012: Walmart & Best Buy Get Ball Rolling!

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Black Friday in the US is always a great opportunity to grab yourself a bargain with savings from numerous retailers. The majority of stores open early in anticipation of the 224.6 million shoppers, all trying to get a bargain deal. It is thought that Best Buy, along with Walmart are going to set the ball rolling before the official Black Friday 2012 ads are published, by opening their doors early with some pre-Black Friday deals.

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Best Buy will start their holiday shopping season with numerous sales on anything from phones to TVs. They have announced many deals which could save consumers many hundreds of dollars. DTVUSAForum reports that for Black Friday 2012 they are to offer an HTC 7 Surround Phone for $199.99 instead of $499.99. They will offer the Samsung 51 inch Plasma HD TV for $699.99 instead of $899.99 and an Kodak Easy Share camera 12 megapixels for $191.99 instead of $329.99. If you were to purchase all of these items then you would save $600 on pre Black Friday deals alone.

Walmart is famous for their sales and deals at Christmas and they have plenty of offers planned for Black Friday 2012. You can pick up the Dyson DC28 Animal upright Vacuum for $399.98 instead of $649.00 and the Sceptre 32 inch LCD 1080p HD TV for $209.98 instead of $224.99. Altogether they have 43 deals and it is thought that they will start an ad campaign around 10th November.

Of course there are numerous other stores participating in Black Friday sales including Sears, K-Mart, Costco, Dell, Apple and Verizon. Some retailers have already started advertising for Black Friday sales.

Cecelia has the patience of a praying mantis. She spends the day sifting through press releases from all the major brand’s PR reps. From the most ridiculous announcements to those you really want to know more about, Cecelia makes it a point to skim through as many daily as possible so you won’t have to.