I know a lot of you are doing your Black Friday 2009 shopping online today, and apart from the great stuff that’s going on in the Amazon Black Friday sale, we know that Apple gear is all the rage. To that end, we had a quick tip for you. Yes, Apple has a Black Friday sale going on, and you will find some discounts on a bunch of Macs and iPods, among other things. However, for the true deals, be sure to hit the MacMall Black Friday sale. They are an Apple reseller, and they’ve got Macs at deeper discounts than Apple is offering, and with freebies thrown in to boot. They are the place to shop today if you want great deals on Apple products.
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Okay guys, if you are looking to do some Black Friday 2009 shopping, we think that the Amazon Black Friday deals page is a great place to start. Why? Well, so far today they’ve had full music albums for 75% off, The Dark Knight on Blu-ray for 72% off, and a Garmin nuvi GPS for 50% off. Oh, and there’s plenty more where that came from.
Sound interesting? Head on over to the Amazon Black Friday Deals page to scope out what else they’ve got going on.
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Okay, we need to hear from you guys, our peeps. We’ve told you about a bunch of Black Friday 2009 deals, some of which are downright fantastic, like that $78 Blu-ray player at Walmart. So we want to know, do you plan on braving the crowds on Friday morning to take advantage of any of this years Black Friday sales? Will you be doing your shopping from home? Or do you just not care?
Give us a glimpse into your world, will ya?
Yup, Black Friday 2009 is in three days, and the Black Friday sale leaks are happening fast and furiously at this point. The latest ad that we have for you gives you a look at everything that Amazon will have available at a nice discount for their Black Friday sale. Since Amazon sells pretty much everything under the sun, we’ve pared the offerings down to cover just the things we’re interested in, no clothing deals here, but we’ve got all the tech and gadgets that’ll be on sale at Amazon come Black Friday for you, after the break. Be sure and take notice of all the Blu-ray disc sales, which should go nicely with the $78 Blu-ray player in the Walmart Black Friday 2009 ad!
We’ve hit you with a bunch of Black Friday 2009 sales and leaks, but we’ve been waiting to see what Newegg had up their sleeve. We can now report that we’ve got details on the Newegg Black Friday 2009 sale, and there are some nice tidbits. How about a 6-foot HDMI cable for $1.99, or a 46-inch 1080p 120Hz HDTV for $699? Yeah, and that’s not all:
Pre-Black Friday (Starts Midnight PST on Monday 11/23)
- Canon DC410 DVD Camcorder $199.99 (list: $279.99)
- Antec 300 PC Case $49.95 (list $69.95)
- Seagate 2TB External Hard Drive $149.99 (list: $179.99)
- Monster 16ft High Speed HDMI Cable $29.99 (list: $54.99)
- Viewsonic 8” Digital Photo Frame $49.99 (list: $69.99)
- Logitech RX1500 3-Button Laser Mouse $12.99 (list $27.99)
- Creative GigaWorks T40 Series II Speakers $69.99 ($149.99)
- Logitech G11 Gaming Keyboard $43.99 (list $63.99)
- Sparkle GeForce 8400GS PCI-E Low-Profile Video Card $19.99 (list $34.99)
Black Friday (starts 11/25 at 3PM PST)
- Cash Back starts at 3PM PST on all products on NewEgg.com
- Digital Photo Frame $29.99
- HDMI Cable - 6 FEET $1.99 after MIR
- 1080P 120Hz LCD TV $699.99
- 430W ATX 12V Power Supply $16.99
As always, you can find all sorts of Newegg promo codes and deals on our forums.
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We knew that Walmart would be bringing the heat for Black Friday 2009, but we didn’t know they’d be going all-out with the Blu-ray goodness. Seriously, if you are looking for the most inexpensive Blu-ray player on Black Friday 2009, it looks like the Magnavox NB500 will be your best bet, because it’ll cost just $78 at Walmart. Oh, and if you need an HDTV to go with that deal, they’ve got you covered there as well. Check out the entire contents of the Walmart Black Friday 2009 sale after the break.
Here at Gear Live we’re big fans of MacMall. Why? Because they consistently beat Apple in terms of pricing, by way of rebates - and their rebates don’t take forever to process. MacMall will be having a fairly nice Black Friday 2009 sale on a bunch of Apple gear, as well as a few surprises, like a GPS navigation system, video game consoles, Blu-ray players, and more. Hey, when you can pick up a new 13.3-inch MacBook Pro for $1099, you know something special is happening.
We’ve got the full list of the MacMall Black Friday deals for you, after the jump.
If you’re one who wants to get some good Black Friday 2009 deals, but would rather do your shopping at home, from the comforts of your PJs and the Internet, you’ll want to check out the Dell Black Friday 2009 sale. We’ve listed everything that Dell has on sale come the day after Thanksgiving from their Black Friday 2009 ad, so give it a look, and see if there’s anything work your time.
We’ve gotta say, Toys R Us gets big props from us for how they are handling their Black Friday 2009 sale. Rather than making you wait out in the cold until four or five in the morning, they are opening up at midnight, and they’ve got a bunch of doorbusters to make you head straight on over after your Thanksgiving get-together. We are talking about tremendous deals on video games, toys, and even a few gadgets and Blu-ray titles. We’ve got the list for you after the jump.
Looks like our friends over at MacMall have got themselves a killer pre-Black Friday sale going on right now, where you can get pretty much every Mac at a discount, as well as a free copy of Parallels Desktop 5.0 (the best Windows virtualization tool for the Mac) and a free HP All-in-One printer. Not bad, right? Here are a few examples of what you can find:
- Unibody MacBook: $934.99 ($64 off)
- 13” MacBook Pro: $1,099 ($99 off)
- MacBook Air: $1,349 ($449 off)
- 21.5” iMac: $1,119 ($80 off)
- 2.66GHz Mac Pro Tower: $2,298 ($200 off)
That’s just a sampling, and remember, those all come with a free copy of Parallels 5.0 and that HP All-in-One printer - we aren’t sure you’ll find a better deal anywhere else this holiday season, even on the official Black Friday 2009. Seriously, a MacBook Air for 25% off?
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