Sam's Club Black Friday 2008 Deals Are Unveiled

Posted: Nov 24 2008, 3:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:53am CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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Sam's Club published the deals of their members-only Day After Thanksgiving Event (Black Friday).
There are some really nice Black Friday deals available that are sure designed to sign up for the Sam's Club and become a member to score one of these deals.
Sam's Club Black Friday deals include Acer 8.9" Aspire One Mini Netbook for $350, Sony Noise Canceling Headphones for $29.87, Philips 1080p 42" Widescreen LCD HDTV for $798, Wii Fit for $78.84 and a Sharp Aquos 1080p 52" LCD HDTV for $1,384.The Nintendo Wii Family Bundle that was leaked on the web with a wrong price is also featured in the Sam's Club Black Friday ad, but without a price.
The Sam's Club Wii Bundle includes Wii Console, 3 Wii Remotes, 3 nunchucks, Wii Sports, Mario Super Sluggers and King of Clubs Mini Golf.
More details on the Sam's Club site.
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