Walmart, Amazon and NewEgg launched early Black Friday 2012 sales yesterday. Today Best Buy enters the early Black Friday 2012 sales arena with the BestBuy Shop Early, Save Big 2-Day sales event. Best Buy is one of the best stores to score early Black Friday deals. Especially TV and laptop deals have been extraordinary in past years. Best Buy does not disappoint this year. There is a very cool TV deal and a bargain Windows 8 laptop deal. Best Buy's early Black Friday sale deal highlights are a $379.99 42-inch Insignia 1080p 120Hz HDTV and a $274.99 Windows 8 Toshiba Laptop.
Other early Best Buy Black Friday 2012 deals include a $129.99 Panasonic Lumix ZS8 14.1MP Camera, $179.99 Xbox 360 4GB Console and E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial Anniversary Edition Blu-ray, DVD and digital copy on sale for $14.99.
Shop the Best Buy Shop Early, Save Big sale now on BestBuy.com.
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