Black Friday Is Here: Dell 72 Hour TV Sale Has Launched

Posted: Nov 11 2011, 8:01am CST | by , in News | Black Friday 2018


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Black Friday is Here: Dell 72 Hour TV Sale has launched

Dell has an extensive TV sale offering TVs bundled with gift cards.

Dell is not only a great place to buy laptops. Dell also is a hidden gem for finding incredible TV deals. Right now Dell has a hot 72 hour TV sale going on offering lots of TVs with steep discounts and with free eGift Card bundles.

The 51-inch Samsung PN51D450 720p Plasma HDTV is on sale for $647.99 with free $100 eGift Card. Amazon sells it for the same price, but without a $100 gift card. The 55-inch Samsung UN55D6000 108p LED HDTV with free $100 eGift Card sells for $1,497.99 (list: $2,096.99). Just found out that Amazon is almost matching this price without gift card with $1,399.99.

So as always. Compare prices on Amazon for items on sale at other major retailers. Amazon likes to mess with them and either match or beat the prices.

Shop the 72 hour Dell TV Sale now on

Have you seen the most anticipated Black Friday 2011 Ad yet? The Walmart Black Friday 2011 Ad has arrived in full glory. The Black Friday 2011 is already off the an incredible start with 32-inch TVs under $200 and Laptops under $200. 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. Make sure you follow us on Twitter to no miss any Black Friday 2011 Deals.

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