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Black Friday 2012 is less than 100 Days Away

Aug 16 2012, 5:52am CDT | by , in News | Black Friday

Black Friday 2012 is less than 100 Days Away

Black Friday 2012 is on November 23. The biggest sales of the year are less than 100 Days away according to the Black Friday Countdown clock.

It is time to start getting a little excited about Black Friday 2012. Our Black Friday Countdown shows that there are less than 100 Days left until the actual Black Friday. Black Friday 2012 is November 23. As you probably know, Black Friday sales are not limited to the day after Thanksgiving anymore. Exciting Black Friday sales are now going on the whole month of November. We might already see the first Black Friday deals advertised end of October this year as Black Friday is pretty early in November.

There are many reasons to be excited about Black Friday 2012. Microsoft is rolling out Windows 8 starting October 26. This means there will be tons of Windows 8 hardware deals during Black Friday 2012. A new rumor says that Nintendo will launch the Wii U during the Black Friday week.

Black Friday tablet deals will be also an interesting topic. It will be interesting how tablet makers will counter the entry of the iPad mini. The low-end tablets are already a bargain at $199. Will Amazon and Google dare to sell their tablets for $99 to keep the iPad mini contained?

The first Black Friday Ads are expected to be published by Mid-October. Last year the Black Friday Harbor Freight Ad got published on October 11 as first Black Friday Ad.

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. our Black Friday Countdown site we launched last year will count down to Black Friday 2012 with exclusive predictions, rumors, deals, news and ads.

Our Black Friday Mart Deal Shop is going to be again your perfect tool to create Black Friday shopping list.

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