Fry's announces a month long Black November sale. The deals include the first Black Friday laptop deal under $100.
Consumer electronics retailer Fry's takes a page out of NewEgg's playbook and announces the Fry's Black November sale. Fry's is the first retailer to offer a laptop under $100 in the Black Friday 2015 season. The first Fry's Black Friday 2015 deals include a $99 Dell laptop.
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There are some caveats with this sub-$100 Windows laptop deal. This Dell laptop is refurbished to factory specifications and still runs Windows 7. Other specifications include 10.1-inch screen, dual-core CPU, 2GB RAM and 160GB HDD.
This is a rather old laptop as it does not have a SSD storage. Fry's says that this deal saves $80. I rather would wait for a Windows 10 laptop with a new SSD architecture deal. We expect Black Friday Windows 10 laptop deals to be advertised in Black Friday 2015 ads for under $100. Staples offered such a $99.99 laptop deal last year.
The first Fry's Black November 2015 deals include a $199 10.1-inch 2-in-1 Lenovo Windows 10 Laptop, $98 Lenovo Desktop PC, 15.6-inch Asus Core i7 Laptop for $548, $9.99 32GB USB drive and a $74 22-inch Upstar LED Monitor.
To get these deals, Fry's requires shoppers to sign-up for their newsletter to receive the personal promo code. This code is also necessary for in-store deals.
All Fry's Black November 2015 deals are listed on the frys.com site. The page also offers a link to sign-up for the Fry's newsletter to receive Sunday's promo code.
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Fry's stores are an experience. Each store offers a special theme. The Fry's store in Palo Alto has a Wild West theme, while the Campell Fry's Store has an ancient Egyptian theme. Fry's was founded in 1985 as a Silicon Valley retail electronics store for geeks. Fry's today operates 8 stores in Northern California, 9 stores in Southern California, 8 stores in Texas, 2 stores in Arizona, 2 stores in Georgia, and 1 store each in Illinois, Indiana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.