Black Friday 2010 is in 5 weeks, but Black Friday shopping already starts next Friday.
The actual Black Friday 2010 is on November 26th. The day after Thanksgiving is the official BlackFriday, but Black Friday sales will already be fully engaged on Oct. 29th. Retailers will start marketing their deals with the Black Friday term four weeks ahead of Black Friday. We already reported that Sears will launch its Black Friday Now sales promotion next week. Kmart, which belongs to the Sears Holding is also expected to launch their Better Than Black Friday sales next Friday.
We have published several reports that help you prepare for the Black Friday Sales season. Find a round-up of all our Black Friday 2010 Deals predictions to learn about what deals you can expect for TVs, netbooks, Tablets, gaming consoles and more.
Also very helpful is a look back at the Black Friday 2009 Deals. This report gives you our great base to judge what is a great deal this Black Friday. It also lets you immediately see if a retailer is trying to sell you a product more expensive than it was last year during the Black Friday sales season.
The first Black Friday 2010 Ad has also already leaked. We will see more Black Friday ads leaking in the next few weeks. Check out our Black Friday Hub for the latest Black Friday 2010 coverage.
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