Black Friday — one of the most frenzied shopping days of the year — is a week away and retailers are already rolling out some of their best deals.
Big ticket electronics items have traditionally been a huge draw to get shoppers in the door and ready to spend money. Here’s a running list of some of the best deals on technology for Black Friday 2015 to help you get a jump start on plotting your shopping strategy. Check back for updates throughout the week leading up to Black Friday.
Microsoft is offering the Xbox One for $299, along with $50 off holiday bundles including Xbox One Limited Edition “Halo 5: Guardians” Bundle for $449 and the Xbox One Elite Bundle $449.
Copies of “Madden NFL 16” for both Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4 are a steal at Walmart for $28 (regular price $59.99). The retailer posted a “dare to compare” circular online showing how its prices beat other retailers and is already offering online deals.
Best Buy opens at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Doors close Friday at 1 a.m. and re-open Friday at 8 a.m. Among the door busters are a 4K 60-inch Samsung TV for $799.99 (regular price $1,499.99). A Toshiba 49-inch HDTV is being offering for $149.99 (regular price $429.99).
Target is kicking off the holiday shopping frenzy at 6 p.m. on Thursday. One of the advertised door busters: 25 percent off all Apple TV devices.
Target hasn’t slashed the price on the Apple Watch, which still starts at $349, however the retailer is sweetening the deal by offering a $100 gift card to anyone who purchases the wearable device between Nov. 26 and 28 while supplies last.
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SOURCE: ABC News, Alyssa Newcomb