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The Top 3 Black Friday 2011 Ads for Consumer Electronics Deals are Here

Nov 14 2011, 12:32am CST | by , in News | Black Friday

The Top 3 Black Friday 2011 Ads for Consumer Electronics Deals are Here

There are only 10 days left until Black Friday 2011.

Black Friday 2011 is approaching fast. Our Black Friday Countdown Clock is displaying 10 Days left until the legendary big shopping day begins. Consumer electronics, computers and video games are the most sought-after product categories on Black Friday. The good news is that you can already make your Black Friday shopping list as the major Black Friday 2011 Ads for these product categories are available. 

First and foremost, the Walmart Black Friday 2011 Ad has been already officially published. The Best Buy Black Friday 2011 Ad and the Target Black Friday 2011 are also available because the circulars leaked on Black Friday Sites. We expect that Best Buy and Target will release their Black Friday 2011 officially in the next days. We have already identified the highlights in these three major Black Friday Ads:

Black Friday 2011 Deal Highlights:
Walmart Black Friday 2011 Ad Highlights
Best Buy Black Friday 2011 Ad Highlights
Target Black Friday 2011 Highlights

Worth also to check out for electronics deals are these Black Friday 2011 Ads.
RadioShack Black Friday 2011 Ad
Kmart Black Friday 2011 Ad
OfficeMax Black Friday 2011 Ad
Staples Black Friday 2011 Ad
Sam's Club Black Friday 2011 Ad

See also the full list of available Black Friday Ads. We are again providing you with complete coverage of Black Friday including buying guides, deal analyses, Black Friday Ads and more in our Black Friday Hub. Make sure you follow us on Twitter to no miss any Black Friday 2011 Deals. Find the best Black Friday 2011 Deals in one place and create your Black Friday Deals Wishlist and share it with your friends on Black Friday Mart.

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