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Black Friday 2015 ads deals, opening hours at Walmart: This year discount is bigger, choice more diverse

Black Friday 2015 ads deals, opening hours at Walmart: This year discount is bigger, choice more diverse

Black Friday 2015 ads deals, opening hours at Walmart: This year discount is bigger, choice more diverse

Black Friday 2015 is merely a few days away. People are giving final touches to their lists that they intend to go shopping this Thursday and on Friday. Given the fact that retailers are involved in a sort of battle to attract largest number of shoppers with bigger and better deals, many people are finding it increasingly confusing as to where to shop.

But like previous years, three retailers are taking the lead as far as over all deals are concerned. Walmart, Target and Best Buy are the ones that are giving away the best deals and will certainly attract the largest traction of shoppers this weekend. Another retailer that will get a major boost in its sales is none other than Amazon that has been releasing teasers much before other retailers and has laid out impressive plan to attract huge number of shoppers. Other are not lagging behind either as far as Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day offers are concerned.

Things are looking rather very exciting at the moment for gaming enthusiasts. 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. Then there are other offers as well. 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 company came out with a “dare to compare” circular online showing how its prices beat other retailers and is already offering online deals.

As far as the opening hours are concerned, Best Buy opens at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Doors close Friday at 1 a.m. and re-open Friday at 8 a.m. Best Buy offers
Samsung 65-inch SUHDTV for $1,999.99 (regularly $2,500 to $3,800), Samsung 60-inch 4K UHD Smart LED TV for $799.99 (regularly $1,499, doorbuster deal), Toshiba 49-inch 1080p LED HDTV for $149.99 (regularly $429.99, doorbuster deal), Samsung 48-inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV for $379.99 (regularly $599.99, doorbuster deal), Toshiba 55-inch 1080p LED HDTV for $349.99 (regularly $549.99, available online now), LG 49-inch 4K UHD Smart LED TV for $499.99 (regularly $899.99), Vizio 65-inch 4K UHD Smart LED TV for $999.99 (regularly $1,499.99)
When it comes to smartphones the company has many enticing offers. It includes Samsung Galaxy S6 models with $250 Best Buy gift card (if on installment billing purchase), iPhone 6S models with with $200 Best Buy gift card (if on installment billing purchase), Verizon prepaid Motorola Moto E 4G for $9.99 (regularly $69.99, doorbuster deal), Microsoft Surface 3 64GB for $399.99 (regularly $499.99, doorbuster deal), iPad Air 2 models discounted by up to $125 ($100 off 16 GB and 64 GB, $125 off 128 GB models, regularly $499.99 to $699.99, available online now)

Target is launching its holiday shopping frenzy at 6 p.m. on Thursday. One of the advertised door busters: 25 percent off all Apple TV devices. Apple Watch is not slashed in price, it will sell for the $350 original price, but Target gives you $100 gift card with this purchase. Xbox One Gears of War bundle for $300 and it comes with a $60 Target gift card. Other retailers are selling this game bundle for $299, but Target is giving you a gift card, so that’s a sizable savings on the Xbox compared to other retailers. Galaxy Tab A tablet with 9.7-inch screen is offered for $230 and you get a $30 gift card.

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