The Black Friday 2011 predictions are in for which items may be the best deals for the upcoming shopping extravaganza. A recent report looks at which of the items could provide consumers with steals the day after Thanksgiving.
Early Black Friday sale news indicates that Wal-Mart will be offering a price-matching incentive to customers. It’s also been noted that the Target Corporation will be holding its earliest store hours ever for the Black Friday shopping day. Target is also planning to offer special hours throughout the holiday season to further entice shoppers.
With Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy, and other retailers bracing for the shopping holiday, what will customers be getting the best deals on? According to a recent report, the deals in computers and tablets will come on items like Kindle 3G and low-priced iPad competitor tablets. Also, laptops with 15- or 16-inch LCD displays could be snatched up for as low as $200.
Even more enticing may be the Black Friday electronics deals on HDTVs. It’s being said that some retailers may offer the 42-inch models for as low as $249 to $299 each. Of course, many of these may be part of extremely early doorbuster sales and could go fast. Other big deals could be video game system bundles for this holiday shopping season, such as Nintendo Wii’s packaged with gift cards, or the Nintendo 3DS at a reduced price, according to Yahoo! News.
With the recent way the economy has been, both retailers and consumers are hoping the deals get the job done. Consumers will want to make their money stretch as much as possible to get gifts for everyone, while retailers will want to attract more and more customers to their Black Friday sales. If the deals are there, the customers will be waiting in line, so time will tell if the Black Friday 2011 sales boost business revenue.
Will you be participating in Black Friday 2011 sales deal shopping this coming year?