Best Buy Black Friday Deals Are Now On Sale Online

Posted: Nov 5 2010, 9:48am CDT | by , Updated: Nov 5 2010, 8:30pm CDT, in Shopping | Black Friday


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Best Buy Shop Early Save Big event starting in stores and online.

Best Buy is offering the Best Buy Shop Early Save Big Black Friday sales event today. Best Buy has also listed all deals to be available online on Earlier this morning the $259.99 32-inch Dynex HDTV was already on sale online, but was disabled again a couple of hours ago. Now deals of the Best Buy Shop Early Save Big early Black Friday sale are starting to become available for purchase online.

The hot $279.99 Laptop is available right now and might sell out very quickly. There are nine special Black Friday electronics deals available. We have analyzed them in detail and identified the top 3 Best Buy Black Friday deals you should not miss today. The Best Buy Black Friday deals are also available online on

Top 3 Best Buy Black Friday Deals:

$279.99 eMachines Laptop
If you are in the market for a budget laptop this Black Friday season. This is it. The eMachines eME442-V133, based on AMD CPU and GPU, performs better than today's Walmart and Amazon Black Friday Laptop deals.

$259.99 32-inch Dynex HDTV
This is the lowest available price on a 32-inch HDTV so far this Black Friday sales season.
Walmart offers tomorrow a 32-inch Vizio HDTV for $299.

$149.99 Sony PSPgo
The Sony PSPgo is priced lower than the standard Sony PSP console making it finally a decent choice.

Some of the other Best Buy deals are good too, but one is worth pointing out as really bad. Best Buy offers the HTC Droid Incredible for $99.99 with new contract. Amazon Wireless sells the Droid Incredible for 1 Penny. Best Buy also offered the Incredible in October for free already.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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