Black Friday 2009 Deals Already Predicted

Posted: Sep 15 2009, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:17pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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Black Friday 2009 is slowly coming closer. Two weeks ago we marked the 3 Months to Black Friday Day. We are still in the process of electronics companies unveiling their new stuff for this Holiday Shopping season.
The first price fights are already going on with the Xbox 360 facing off against the PS3 Slim and the Zune HD goes against the new iPod touch. The most dramatic deals are of course available on Black Friday.
dealnews has published an interesting Black Friday 2009 Deal prediction list.
Amongst their deal predictions are hot deals like 9-inch netbooks selling for only $129, Blu-ray players are seen as low as $49, 52-inch full HD LCD TVs would be selling under $1,000 and the Wii could sell for under $200.

These Black Friday deals sound nice. If all of them will come true, will have to be seen. We will definitely report about the hottest Black Friday and Thanksgiving Deals as soon as they become available.

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