Once other things start clearing out, people will look for other bargains. At half price, no matter how junkie it is, it will be gone by lunch.
posted: Nov. 11, 2012 @ 7:01p
Page 5 is not the correct Ad page as in Bestbuy.com. The Samsung TVs 40" and 39" are not present in the black friday ad in Bestbuy. Please correct it.
posted: Nov. 12, 2012 @ 5:36p
I want to buy a Toshiba 40" LCD, when is the best time to order online?
posted: Nov. 12, 2012 @ 6:27p
Markfaafp said: ahcool said: $187.99 Lenovo - 15.6" Laptop - 2GB Memory - 320GB Hard Drive - Black This is a good deal I am sure.
At this price, it must have a Celery processor, if it has one at all.
Sorry, I missed the other posts about the AMD processor.
Does the Celery Processor come with peanut butter and raisins
posted: Nov. 13, 2012 @ 1:57a
Last year at WalMart I saw around 50 people waiting in line for a PS3 bundle deal. I went over to Target a few hours later and they had huge piles of the exact same deal with no one around them. Look through every store's flyers if you know what you want.
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posted: Nov. 13, 2012 @ 7:29a
This is shaping up to be a relatively depressing Black Friday overall. The only thing I really need is a new pair of good earbuds to replace the Shure SCLs that are on their last legs, but picked up a few pairs of "blemished package" Skullcandy's from eBay to hold me over until there's a hot deal. My TV started acting up last night and I got excited by the prospect of having a deal to pursue, but I think it may just be my comically bad Time Warner cable service. I may venture out, just for fun, but an old-fashioned campout is looking less and less likely with every ad that posts
posted: Nov. 13, 2012 @ 7:56a
Looks like some decent deals.I was hoping for an SSD or two.
posted: Nov. 13, 2012 @ 7:59a
swsander said: Thanks. I'm hoping they allow silver members to purchase some of the items so I can stay home and enjoy Thanksgiving!
Heck- I did know this happened. How did they do it? Was it online, or did you show up inthe morning and rile folks up? Might have been worth it just to show up and see how others reacted.
posted: Nov. 18, 2012 @ 11:27a
If they were smart they would have done that. Sears and Sams club are offering their deals early to special members tonight.
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posted: Nov. 18, 2012 @ 11:44a
MillieK said: If they were smart they would have done that. Sears and Sams club are offering their deals early to special members tonight.
If they were smart they might not be in the condition they're in. Of course, the comparison may not be to the most successfult of current businesses.
If they were smart many places they might have some more "interesting" BF deals and better deals year-round.
posted: Nov. 18, 2012 @ 11:50a
If the BF prices of the Macbooks really are going to be just $1, then I don't want to be anywhere near BB when they open their doors at midnight.
Perhaps those prices are typos? ;0)
posted: Nov. 20, 2012 @ 2:40p
Does anyone know if something on their Black Friday ad is not a "doorbuster" (e.g. the Panasonic 55" 3D tv), can you order it online and pick it up at the store? The ad doesn't spell out the details. Will I be competing for inventory with people at the store or if I buy one online and select store pickup they'll definitely have it at the store?
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posted: Nov. 20, 2012 @ 4:02p
I was looking at the Toshiba BDX2300 Smart Bluray player for $40, but reviews on bestbuy.com and Amazon aren't very good. I have an LG BD610 Blu-Ray player from BF 2011, but it's not a Smart one.
Also on page 3 of the BB ad, there's an LG Smart 3D Wi-Fi BDP but it doesn't list the sale price.
posted: Nov. 21, 2012 @ 12:21p
Was excited about the ipod touch with gift card but ..
they jack up the price to $ 349 then give the $50 gift card... boo..
That's so wrong!
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 8:49a
Does anyone know if BestBuy restocks their online inventory throughout the day? Or is it all gone once it says Sold Out Online?
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 11:30a
They do restock for sure or maybe they call it "release". Yesterday's the iPad $60 off deal was on and off throughout the day online. It was a crap shoot once you had it in your cart to actually checkout.
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 1:04p
tajar96 said: They do restock for sure or maybe they call it "release". Yesterday's the iPad $60 off deal was on and off throughout the day online. It was a crap shoot once you had it in your cart to actually checkout.
Cool, thanks. I was looking for the E4200 router, and they did indeed restock it, so I just bought one. However, they're not doing shipping on it anymore, they only allow instore pick up. I'm guessing they're releasing inventory from the stores where they haven't yet sold the items on sale.
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posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 1:10p
Speaking of restocking the Seagate - Backup Plus 3TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive is back in stock for those that missed it. Even though bestbuy.com charges sales tax I still prefer them to Newegg for hard drives since when it comes to packing and shipping drives Newegg is a total fail.
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