Black Friday 2009 Deals Will Not Be So Great At Best Buy?

Posted: Oct 3 2009, 10:21am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 30 2010, 1:47pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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Black Friday 2009 is about two month away, but you might want to go ahead and cancel your camping trip to the Best Buy parking lot as Best Buys' CEO is not planning to offer heavy discounts and instead is highlighting service during the holiday shopping season.

Last year the Best Buy Black Friday Doorbuster deals included Panasonic 50" 480HZ 720P Plasma TV for $899.99, Garmin - nĂ¼vi 260w GPS for $189.99, and Transformers - Blu-ray for $9.99.

Despite the comments on Reuters (via Gizmodo) of CEO Brian Dunn, I still expect Best Buy to meet the Black Friday offers of the other big retailers Walmart, Target and others.

It is smarter to find Black Friday and Thanksgiving deals online anyway. Less hassle and most of the time better prices. The Black Friday doorbuster deals are always too limited and it can get dangerous if you actually try to get one.
Our Black Friday 2009 coverage is slowly shaping up, but will soon go into overdrive as we reach November.

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