There will be some compelling Black Friday 2012 deals online via Amazon for Thanksgiving day. The web retailer is offering plenty of Blu-ray and DVD movies or TV shows at discounted prices throughout Thursday, November 22nd including hit movies like “Twilight: Breaking Dawn” and the TV series “True Blood.” Will the deals be devoured online just like turkey dinner will be at many homes across the country?
The latest Amazon Black Friday deals for the week-long sales event lead up to Black Friday. However on Thursday, the retail site continues to offer Lightning Deals and Daily Gold Box deals on a variety of items. That includes both DVDs and Blu-ray discs for those collecting movies and TV shows. Some of these will be priced for less than a dollar, with others under $10. Just recently, the film “The Hangover” was offered for only $3.96 on Blu-ray.
As for Thursday, several huge hits will be featured in the Lightning Deals. Between 12:20PM and 4:20PM PST, customers can find “The Campaign,” “Three Stooges,” “Dark Shadows” and “Brave” each for $8.96. Between 4:20 and 8:20PM PST “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -Part I” is just $8.96 as well. So is “Magic Mike,” while “True Blood” fourth season is $9.96. Robert Pattinson fans can pick up “Water for Elephants” on DVD for just $1.96, while the drama/comedy “Crazy, Stupid, Love” is just $4.96.
The deals continue up through 11:20PM PST. During that time hits like “Act of Valor” and “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” are on sale. There are also two DVDs priced under $1, with “The Amityville Horror” and “Jonah Hex,” each at 96 cents. While the latter two aren’t the best films ever made, it certainly offers some cheap gag gifts. However, most of the other titles mentioned including “Brave,” “True Blood,” and “Twilight” have cult followings, as does “Dark Shadows” with the legion of Johnny Depp fans.
The best part of all this is how shoppers don’t have to rush out on Thanksgiving to try to snatch up deals. Amazon has continued to provide some very appealing prices online, and with services like Amazon Prime in place, shipping is free, or inexpensive, and quick. It certainly beats trying to fight through crowds, waiting in line, and spending money on gas to get to the stores!
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