Staples Black Friday 2010 Ad Is Official

Posted: Nov 21 2010, 8:18am CST | by , Updated: Nov 21 2010, 8:23am CST, in News | Black Friday


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Staples has teased some of its Black Friday deals a couple days ago on Twitter. Now the full Staples Black Friday ad is available online.

Staples offers like last year again several interesting Black Friday laptop deals. The lowest priced laptop is a $299.98 HP Laptop based on the Celeron CPU and has a 320GB HDD, which makes it better than the $299.99 Best Buy Toshiba Laptop available today. Staples also offers a $399.98 HP AMD II Dual Core laptop and a $499.98 HP Core i3 Laptop on Black Friday.

More Staples Black Friday Deal Highlights:

  • $99.99 2TB WD External HDD
  • $399.98 ViewSonic 10.1-inch Android 2.2 Tablet
  • $229.98 23-inch Samsung LCD Monitor
  • $49.99 Kodak mini

The Staples Black Friday Sale launches at 6am on Black Friday and lasts two days. See all Staples Black Friday 2010 deals now on in the Weekly Ad.

Black Friday 2010 Deals are already on sale and most Black Friday Ads for the actual Black Friday, Nov. 26 are already available. You can already find the best deals of the season 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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