Kohl's Black Friday 2010 Ad Has Leaked

Posted: Nov 5 2010, 5:18am CDT | by , in Rumors | Black Friday 2017

 

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The first Black Friday ad from a major retailer has found its way to Black Friday sites like BFAds and GottaDeal. The Kohl's Black Friday 2010 ad is massive offering 64 pages and over 700 items.
Kohl's will offer 400 earlybird specials available from 3am to 11am on Black Friday. Some of the highlights in the Kohl's Black Friday sale are a $99.99 Shaper Image Literati eBook Reader, 30% off video games, 50% off toys and you get $10 Kohl's chash for every $50 you spend. As reported Kohl's is offering Black Friday like sales during the whole month.

The Kohl's Black Friday sale covers a wide range of products, but the retailer is not big on consumer electronics like TVs. The most interesting Black Friday ads from Best Buy and Walmart have not leaked yet. The wait continues.

Today the first wave of Black Friday Sales are available from Best Buy, Amazon and others. The deals are already red hot with $279.99 laptops, $259.99 32-inch TVs and much more. Find the best Black Friday deals now on our Black Friday Hub.

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