Best Buy and Walmart join the Black Friday rush as both outlets marked down the prices of their technology items for the holiday sale.
4K TV deals will be once again up for grabs starting on Nov. 23 on Best Buy and Walmart’s respective websites and will be released in stores.
Here’s a run-down on what to anticipate for Black Friday 2017:
Pages of deals from various retail shops start to leak across the web as Black Friday 2017 comes nearer.
On Oct. 26, the 64-page deal from Kohl’s was the first leakage of a Black Friday ad. This includes huge discounts for video game consoles, smart speakers, drones, appliances, and other electronic devices.
Few days after, ads from JCPenney and Costco were also leaked. The 72-page deal of JCPenney and the 14-page deal of Costco were leaked and uploaded to the BestBlackFriday website.
The leaks include JCPenney’s $100 discount for the 1 TB PlayStation 4, which is now priced at $199.99, and a $600 discount for the 65-inch LG 4K UHD Smart TV, now priced at $799.99.
Costco, on the other hand, also gave a $100 discount for its 1 TB PlayStation 4, which is now priced at $189.
Big offers for mobile phones such as the Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8, and iPhone 8 were also publicized as Target became the latest victim of the leakage. The advertisement was also uploaded to BestBlackFriday website.
Target’s latest leak shows that upon activation of Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus, and Galaxy Note 8, buyers are entitled to a $300 gift card. A$250 gift card will be given for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus buyers.
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