New Early Best Buy Black Friday 2012 Sales offers $399.99 Core i3 Toshiba Laptop
The second Best Buy Shop Early, Save Big 2-Day Sales event launched today. Best Buy offers a new early Black Friday sale today and tomorrow. This is the last weekend before the big Black Friday and Thanksgiving weekend sales events.
Walmart, Amazon and NewEgg run early Black Friday 2012 sales every day in November. BestBuy is focusing its early Black Friday 2012 sales on special 2-Day sales events. Last weekend the retailer skipped to host a sales event, but this weekend the Shop Early, Save Big sales event is back.
The Best Buy Shop Early, Save Big 2-Day sales event page leads with a deal on a 15.6-inch Toshiba Core i3Laptop selling for $399.99. The Toshiba C855-S5306 runs on the 3rd generation Intel Core i3 i3-3110M 2.4GHz CPU with smart 4-way processing performance for HD quality computing. Intel® HD graphics provide extra graphics power for your laptop when you need it.
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