The complete Kmart Black Friday 2015 Ad has been released online.
Yesterday the first 8 pages of the Kmart Black Friday 2015 Ad leaked. The ad revealed that the Kmart Black Friday 2015 sale will already open its stores at 6am Thanksgiving again this year. Stores will offer doorbuster deals until 5pm. The 8 pages of the Kmart Thanksgiving Day sale did not include a single consumer electronics deal.
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Today the full Kmart Black Friday 2015 Ad has been released and now features several pages filled with Black Friday TV deals and other consumer electronics. The Kmart Black Friday doorbuster event starts at 7pm on Thanksgiving Day until Black Friday, 2pm.
The first 100 shoppers will get a free goodie bag in the 7pm doorbuster event in Kmart Stores. The lowest priced TV is a $159 32-inch Seiki TV LED TV. A 32-inch Samsung LED TV is advertised for $179.99. In general the consumer electronics deals do not look too good. There are only a few savings for Shop Your Way members this year and not on TV deals.
The better deals are found on small electronics and toys. A camera drone is on sale for $59.99. Star Wars Light Sabers sell for $4.99 and 20" Star Wars figures sell for $9.99.
The Kmart Black Friday 2015 and Kmart Thanksgiving Day ad have been released on the kmart.com site.
Kmart, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corporation. It is positioned as a mass merchandising company and part of Shop Your Way, a social shopping experience where members have the ability to earn points and receive benefits across a wide variety of physical and digital formats. Kmart offers customers products through a portfolio of exclusive brands that include Adam Levine, Nicki Minaj, Jaclyn Smith, Joe Boxer, Route 66 and Smart Sense. Kmart's beginning go back over a 100 years.
We will bring you extensive news, ads, deals and reviews of everything Black Friday 2015 has to offer and will guide you to the hottest bargains like we did in the past years.
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