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Black Friday Deal Battle: $199.99 Best Buy 32-inch 1080p HDTV counters $197 Target 32-inch 720p HDTV

Nov 6 2011, 6:54am CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday

Black Friday Deal Battle: $199.99 Best Buy 32-inch 1080p HDTV counters $197 Target 32-inch 720p HDTV

Best Buy continues to offer Black Friday bargain TV deals today. Now the retailer sells a full HD TV under $200.

Best Buy is featuring in their current TV sale a 32-inch Westinghouse VR-3225 1080p 60Hz HDTV for only $199.99. This is the lowest price I have seen for a 32-inch full HD Television ever. The Westinghouse VR-3225 regular price is $349.99. This deal comes on heels of Target's new $197 32-inch Westinghouse HDTV deal available today. Basically the same price, but at Best Buy you get a full HD TV.

Get this hot early Black Friday 1080p HDTV deal now on BestBuy.com.

Black Friday 2011 is off the an incredible start with Black Friday deals like a $199.99 32-inch Westinghouse HDTV. We will again provide you with complete coverage of Black Friday including buying guides, deal analyses, Black Friday Ads and more in our Black Friday Hub. New this year is our new site Black Friday Countdown. Black Friday Countdown counts down to Black Friday 2011 with exclusive predictions, rumors, deals, news and ads.  Our new Black Friday Mart has launched. Find the best Black Friday 2011 Deals in one place and create your Black Friday Deals Wishlist and share it with your friends.

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