President's Day Sales Round-up

Posted: Feb 14 2010, 9:26am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:00am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Tomorrow, February 15th, is President's Day. When you finally are able to get out of your romantic Valentine's Day experience you can start making deals. Online retailers have already launched their President's Day Sales events.

At Dell you can save $200 on a 47-inch Vizio 1080p HDTV and save even over $420 on a XPS system.

The Best Buy President's Day sale features Sony T90 camera with free 4GB Card, $300 savings on a Pentax K7 DSLR camera, Philips HDTV deals and much more.

The Sears President's Day Sales event offers deals across the board.

In case you look for toy deals, the Toys'R'Us President's Day sales event is the place to look for these. offers LG42LH90 HDTV for $999.99, Sony BDPN460 for $184.99 and many other deals.

Of course always check Amazon before you jump on a deal. Amazon often times already matches the pricing of other retailers sales items or even beats them.

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