Various Black Friday 2012 ads being leaked is a continuing trend this shopping season just like in years past. The latest sales deals to be revealed come from Target in the form of a scan of their multi-page flyer ahead of the big shopping day.
The leaked Black Friday ads had already arrived from the likes of Walmart, Best Buy, Sears and others, so it was only a matter of time before a major retailer like Target was revealed. Their 32-page sales flyer features deals on all sorts of electronics, video games, toys, cooking items, bed and bath items, and much more. There’s gift card incentives for specific purchases and also the concept of starting all the fun of the shopping season the night before it traditionally has been happening.
Among the featured Target deals are a Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch e-Reader for just $49, an Xbox Kinect Bundle for $199 (pictured), and Playstation 3 bundle for $199 as well. Their door busters will include a Wi-Fi Blu-ray player for just $69.99, which is comparable to a deal Walmart offers, with theirs priced at $38, but not Wi-Fi ready. Other deals include a 32-inch Samsung LED HDT for just $247, and various Apple products such as the iPod and iPad offered with Target gift cards. The full flyer for Target’s sales items can be viewed here.
Just like its competitor Walmart, Target plans to open the floodgates to their deals the night before Black Friday. They’ll be open as early as 9PM on Thanksgiving night, allowing customers to start their shopping quests ahead of others. However, many of the big deals for Black Friday 2012 at Target begin the day after Thanksgiving with 4AM on Friday an advertised time for a free $10 Target gift card when $50 or more is spent on participating apparel, accessories, and home items.
It’s still tough to say who has the sweetest deals of all the retailers. It really comes down to preference in terms of what consumers are shopping for. So far, it appears that the current video game consoles and HDTV sets are a good purchase for those in the market for them this holiday season, as most retailers are offering reduced prices on those items.
Do you prefer shopping for holiday gifts at Target, Walmart, Amazon, or another store? Who do you think usually has the best deals and comfort in terms of shopping?
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