For those looking for early deals on toys for their kids, Toys R Us have announced that they will be opening their stores a day earlier at Thanksgiving Day at 10pm on November 25 just for one set of doorbuster. The sale will then last until 1pm the following day which is the actual Black Friday. Among the various items slated to be offered on sale are digital cameras as low as $20, Babies R Us diapers for as low as $10, laptops for as low as $79, LCD TVs for as low as $250, and a whole lot more. Kathleen Waugh, spokeswoman for Toys R Us said: “This opportunity is designed to accommodate the early shoppers and help alleviate crowds that build from that point forward.”
For Best Buy, they already released a Black Friday map for customers to find product locations and the Check Out Lines on their Puyallup, WA outlet. According to the map, there will be 5 lines. A green line for Main Checkout / Customer Service Checkout, purple line for camera checkout, red line for computers, blue line for appliances and yellow line for home theater. Store hours will be from 10am to 10pm.
For Sears, they already announced their Black Friday 2010 deals. In fact, they already have an ad on their website sears.com. Tagged as “Black Friday Now!, a two-day doorbusters from Friday to Saturday up to Christmas Day”, the sale goes on every week from Friday to Saturday until the Christmas Day. From LCD TV, jackets, denims, craftsman, various toys for kids, to towels, boots, rings, they almost got everything on sale.
Meanwhile, one of the biggest retailers, Walmart has not yet announced its official Black Friday 2010 deals. According to various reports, the company won’t release it until about a week before the actual Black Friday event. However, in preparation of the upcoming Black Friday, they started posting their popular “Amazing Online Specials” last week. This is considered as pre-Black Friday sale as many of the items are offered on great discounts to consumers.