Early Best Buy Black Friday Sales Launches Friday As The Shop Early, Save Big Sales Event

Posted: Nov 3 2011, 3:37pm CDT | by , Updated: Nov 4 2011, 2:40am CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017

 

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Best Buy just announced a 2-Day sales event starting tomorrow, November 4.

Best Buy finally announces an early Black Friday 2011 sale. The Shop Early, Save Big! 2-Day Sales event will go against the Walmart Super Saturday and of course the Amazon Countdown to Black Friday sale.

Best Buy has not revealed the deals yet that they will offer starting tomorrow. But you can expect the usual bargain TV and laptop deals along with video game hardware and game deals. Best Buy says that deals are only available Friday and Saturday while supplies last. If the deals are gone, make sure you check Amazon, as they tend to match advertised Black Friday deals. As soon as the early Best Buy Black Friday deals surface we will feature them in our Black Friday Hub.

Via Best Buy.

Update:
The early Best Buy Black Friday 2011 Sale has launched.

We will again provide you with complete coverage of Black Friday including buying guides, deal analyses, Black Friday Ads and more in our Black Friday Hub. New this year is our new site Black Friday Countdown. Black Friday Countdown counts down to Black Friday 2011 with exclusive predictions, rumors, deals, news and ads.  Our new Black Friday Mart has launched. Find the best Black Friday 2011 Deals in one place and create your Black Friday Deals Wishlist and share it with your friends.

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