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First Black Friday 2013 Ad Leak Expected in Next Days

Oct 9 2013, 8:53am CDT | by , in News | Black Friday

First Black Friday 2013 Ad Leak Expected in Next Days
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Black Friday 2013 is 50 days away, but we might soon see the first Black Friday 2013 ads.

According to our Black Friday Countdown site, Black Friday 2013 is in 50 days. Our Black Friday 2013 coverage is already ramping up with lots of reports including deal predictions. Last year an early Black Friday ad surfaced already in September. It was a Black Friday Flyer from Sprint advertising $150 on a Galaxy SIII.  

The first Black Friday store ad leaked last year on October 11. It was the Fred's Black Friday ad. The retailer actually did a controlled leak to several Black Friday sites and also just released a couple pages. Retailers have taken more control over the "early leaking" of their Black Friday ads. Most notebly is the process of Walmart. The retailer will again publish the Walmart Black Friday ad online two weeks before the actual Black Friday. Read all about the Walmart Black Friday 2013 Ad in our earlier report.

Update:
The first Black Friday 2013 Ad has leaked on October 15. It is again the Harbor Freight Black Friday ad. We expect many more to come. Macy's also has already officially unveiled several of the Macy's Black Friday 2013 Doorbuster deals.

So any day now we could see the first Black Friday 2013 ad. Keep following our extensive Black Friday 2013 coverage.

This year Black Friday is rather late falling on November 29th. In 2012, Black Friday was on November 23rd. Retailers will have four full weeks to please you with special Black Friday 2013 sales until the culmination of the actual Black Friday and the encore on Cyber Monday 2013 (December 2nd).

According to Black Friday Countdown there are 50 days until Black Friday 2013. We will again provide full analysis and guidance of Black Friday Ads and Deals in our Black Friday Hub.

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