The first "actual" Black Friday Sale events start at midnight tonight (12:01am Thanksgiving Day). With Black Friday sales already going on all month the line between "Black November" and Black Friday, Nov. 26 sales become rather blurred. The actual Black Friday sales refers though to the sales event that is advertised in the Black Friday Ads.
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Last year most Black Friday sales started online on Thanksgiving Day in the evening and during the night. This year two Black Friday sales of high-profile retailers already start at 12:01am, which is in less than 24 hours. The ToysRUs Black Friday Sale and the RadioShack Black Friday Sale will both start at midnight tonight. Both have not specified a timezone for the launch. We will update this report once we know the time zones.
Other retailers like Walmart are offering a special Thanksgiving Day sale before the Black Friday Sales event. One of the biggest Thanksgiving Day sales will be offered by Walmart. Walmart will offer many of their advertised Black Friday deals after midnight PST on Thanksgiving Day.
Thanksgiving week is here and Black Friday 2010 Deals are already on sale and most Black Friday Ads for the actual Black Friday, Nov. 26 are available. You can now find the best deals of the season on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets. For the hottest Black Friday deals and complete coverage of the biggest sales event of the year visit our Black Friday 2010 Hub.