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Black Friday 2011 Best Deals


Bargains Galore: The Best of the Black Friday Deals

Amazon is offering top of the range smartphones for just one penny between November 22 and November 28.

Best Buy is offering dig discounts on tech items from midnight tonight. It is slicing $200 off the cost of 42in Sharp LCD TVs and $150 off Nikon Coolpix digital cameras.

Gap has cut 60% off selected items in its outlets since Wednesday, until tomorrow.

Old Navy is offering Kodak EasyShare Sport digital cameras free to the first of its Black Friday shoppers who spend more than $40. The cameras are worth about $100.

Old Navy is offering Kodak EasyShare Sport digital cameras free to the first of its Black Friday shoppers who spend more than $40

Old Navy is offering Kodak EasyShare Sport digital cameras free to the first of its Black Friday shoppers who spend more than $40

Office Depot has cut the price of Blackberry’s Playbook tablet computers by $100 from today and is offering 15.6in Toshiba laptops with Intel processors for just $399.99.

OfficeMax is offering discounts on printers, including Canon MX870 Colour Inkjet wireless models worth $250 for just $80 and HP Colour Photosmart Inkjets for $79.99, reduced from $199.99.

Staples is slashing the price of Targus Leather iPad Covers from $50 to just $9.99 and offering HP Photosmart Plus wireless printers at a special price of $49.90, down from $149.99.

Target will be selling Nikon L105 Digital Cameras for just $99.99, less than half the usual retail price of $199.99, while the more domestically oriented will be drawn to the KitchenAid Ultra Power Stand Mixer for $199, cut from $249.99.

Macy’s, the department store, is to open at midnight tonight – the first time in its history it has opened early on Black Friday – to offer selected items at between 20 per cent and 50 per cent off.

Toys’R’Us will open at 9:00 p.m. tonight with a range of discounted video games. The chain is also expecting massive demand for classic toys like Barbie and Hot Wheels.

Walmart is offering a range of deals including video games and big screen televisions, including Xbox 360s with Kinect and a $50 gift card for the knock-down price of $199.96.

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