One Day Electronics Sale Counters Walmart's Early Black Friday Deals

Posted: Nov 7 2009, 11:55am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:20pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2018


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Alright, deal-hunters, if you're in the mood to start your Christmas shopping a little early, is throwing a 24-hour sale today. The first two deals of the morning have already sold out, but if you visit here you can get ready to pounce when the next deal opens up at 10:00 AM, PST. Amazon won't say just what the next deal is, but they do claim it's a “perfect fit for your home cinema”.

Black Friday 2009 seems to think the deal could be an extra-low price on an HDTV. We do know that the deal after that, which comes online at 12:00 PM PST, is a $100 Amazon Promotional Code with the purchase of an Xbox 360 Arcade. They offered the same deal earlier this morning, and all the available codes were nabbed within minutes. This is the same Xbox 360 Arcade deal Walmart offers in stores today
If you want to get in on this deal, you'll need to be fast.

Amazon will be unveiling several other limited-time offers over the course of the day. They've promised “Great HDTV technology at a great value” at 2:00 PM, a 15.6” Win 7 laptop deal at 4:00 PM, and what's likely a Blu-ray player at 6:00 PM. You'll need to keep an eye on yourself in order to have a chance at snagging these deals in time.

Good luck, and happy bargain hunting! More Details on

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