The Most Dramatic Black Friday 2010 TV Deal

Posted: Nov 23 2010, 3:32pm CST | by , in Black Friday 2019


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Not all Black Friday Ads have been officially published but all of them are already available in one form or another. Three days before Black Friday it is about time to honor the top Black Friday deals. We have analyzed all Black Friday Ads and we are now in the position to recommend the best Black Friday 2010 deals.

The most Dramatic Black Friday 2010 TV Deal title is shared by two TV offers this year. The $198 32-inch Emerson HDTV in the Walmart Black Friday sale and the $298 40-inch Westinghouse 1080p HDTV available in the Target Black Friday Sale.

Both of these TV deals are the lowest priced TV deals in their size category on Black Friday 2010 by far. This makes them exciting eye popping deals and therefore earn the title of most dramatic TV deal of Black Friday 2010. Expect that these two TV deals will be selling out extremely fast on Black Friday. As far as we know, both of these TVs will only be offered in-stores.

Walmart is already opening their doors at midnight and the $198 Emerson goes on sale at 5am. The Target Black Friday launches at 4am. Good luck in getting your hands on one of the most dramatic Black Friday TV deals.

See also our Black Friday TV Deal Guide for more Black Friday TV Deals.

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