If you don’t yet have a Wii, head over to eCost on Black Friday, where they will be offering one each hour for $99.00. Beginning tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. EST, the 10 units come with a sensor bar, stand, WiiMote, Nunchuck and Wii Sports. Look for it in the Bargain Countdown section. We’re sure they will have other awesome deals so look around the site in case you miss out on the game system deal, but note that you will have to pay shipping.
Note: Because of the response, eCost will also be offering one Wii tonight from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. for the same price, so eat quickly.
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You know we are trying to get you the best Black Friday deals this week, but will it be worth the effort? BIGresearch did a study for the National Retail Federation and determined that there will be 5% less partaking this year. That still means 128 million others to contend with. The report also stated that 49 million know that they are going to cave this weekend, while 79 million shoppers need to be assured that they will get a good deal to battle the crowds.
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We took a peek at Sears’ Black Friday list and found oodles of inexpensive gifts if you want to fight the crowds. Most are less than $50.00.
- Buy Any Xbox 360 System Get One Xbox 360 Wireless Controller FREE
- Nintendo DS - Guitar Hero Decades Bundle Game $49.99
- Nintendo DS - Traveler Case $9.99
- PlayStation 3 - Little Big Planet $59.99
- PlayStation 3 - Blu-ray/DVD Remote $24.99
- Sony Wireless Stereo Headphones with Transmitter $29.99
- Wii - Music $49.99
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Want beauty, practicality and the opportunity to get a free pair of chicBuds? Then read on, because we’ve got something you’ll want to hear…
On the beautiful side, chicBuds are detailed with Swarovski Crystals, and come in five delicious colors. On the practical side, they have a cool little clip that allows you to attach them to your bag (so they donʼt get lost,) or to your clothes when you’re at the gym (to keep them from flying around.) The cord also has five stopping points so you don’t have to deal with a cord that’s too long or too short and they are completely retractable so they don’t get tangled. They also come in a candy-like designer tin that will allow you to store both your iPod and the earbuds.
The best part, though, is where the whole “free” thing comes in. Purchase a pair of chicBuds from Dillard’s (online or in-store) or Fred Meyer (store only) before midnight PST on November 28th, and email your copy of your receipt along with your name and mailing address to email@example.com. The first 100 people to send in their information will get a free pair of chicBuds sent to them - how’s that for a giveaway? Be sure to check which stores carry them in your area - or just order them online and email in your receipt. The giveaway is only available to US residents only, you know how that goes.
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Remember Motorola‘s 5-megapixel ZN5 cameraphone? It seems that T-Mobile REALLY wants you to have one: they just announced that beginning on Black Friday and going through Sunday they’ll be offering a $100 mail-in rebate on the $99 phone (with a two-year contract). Free is an amazing price considering you’re getting a 5-megapixel autofocus quad-band phone which includes a xenon flash and WiFi capability. We’re pretty sure these guys will fly off the shelves – at least for one weekend.
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Creative is offering free shipping through Black Friday in addition to some discounted items. Their ZEN Mozaic 4GB plus TravelSound and A/C Adapter is now only $119.00. Their Live! Cam Video IM / Video Chat is now a mere $9.99 and you can get a Fatal1ty USB Gaming Headset for $59.99. Check with Creative for other deals on their site and holiday gift guide. With the money you save in shipping, you can purchase an accessory to go with your new toy. (P.S. Skip the refurbished.)
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Remember Consumer Reports? They are still out there and if you are planning on buying any electronics this year and want their assessment in spite of the Black Friday price, they have recently compared LCD and Plasma TVs, including those with OLED display and some with Web access. We also noticed they reviewed DTV converter boxes (only a couple of months to go,) GPS navigators, cameras and phones. Subscribe to get in depth details on products.
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Walmart has released their Black Friday specials. We took a look at it and found all of these electronic gadgets for under $100.00.
- Flat Panel TV Console with Swivel Mount - $94.00
- Philips 7-inch Digital Photo Frame Alarm Clock - $89.00
- Pure Digital F230 30-Minute Digital Camcorder - $79.00
- Garmin nuvi 200 3.5-inch GPS Navigation System - $97.00
- Guitar Hero 2-Pack (Wii or Xbox 360) - $50.00
- Seagate FreeAgent 500GB External USB Hard Drive - $69.00
- RCA 8GB Opal MP3 Video Player - $49.00
- HP Photosmart A526 Photo Printer with 2.4-inch Color LCD - $49.00
Want more? Check out Wally World’s Pre-Holiday online specials that include the Creative Zen 4GB EF MP3 Video Player w/ Bonus Clear Keychain Case for $78.00.
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Man, these pre-Black Friday sales are starting to look fantastic. Case in point, Newegg and their $499.99 LCD HDTV sale that’s going on for the next 24 hours. The television featured is the Corion Digital Lifestyles 42” 720p LCD HDTV. If you are looking for a high definition picture, and are on a budget - or if you just want an HD unit for the bedroom or another non-primary viewing area - you can’t really beat this. Regular retail price on this one is $999.99, so you’d be saving $500. On sale now, for the next 24 hours.
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We found a great little site dedicated to Black Friday. There over fifty lists from companies that include Circuit City, CompUSA, Office Depot and Radio Shack, with more to come. Looking at Sears’ list, we found such items as a Samsung Blu-ray Disc Player for $199.99, Sharp’s LC26SB24U 26” 720p LCD HDTV for $399.99, and the Sony 5-Disc DVD/CD Home Theater System with 1080p Upconversion at $249.99, marked down $50.00. Even if we can’t always shop online, it is certainly a plus to be able to check out what is out there ahead of time.
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