Early Hastings Black Friday Sales Events Announced

Posted: Nov 4 2010, 9:56am CDT | by , Updated: Nov 4 2010, 7:59pm CDT, in News | Black Friday


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Hastings just announced plans to hold early Black Friday 2010 Sales events starting this Friday Nov. 5th. Hastings will hold Black Friday specials every Friday and Saturday throughout the month of November. The Hastings early Black Friday deals will be available in stores and also on the goHastings site.

The Deals will include savings on a $86 19-inch HDTV DVD player bundle, buy 2 comics books get 3rd free, 30% off used Blu-ray discs and free game with Nintendo DS purchase.

Founded in 1968, Hastings Entertainment, Inc. is a multimedia entertainment retailer that combines the sale of new and used books, videos, video games and CDs, as well as trends and consumer electronics merchandise, with the rental of videos and video games in a superstore format.  Hastings currently operate 146 superstores, averaging approximately 25,000 square feet, primarily in medium-sized markets throughout the United States.

Black Friday 2010 Deals are here. The first Black Friday sales are underway with deals on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets. For the hottest Black Friday deals and complete coverage of the biggest sales event of the year visit our Black Friday 2010 Hub.

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