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Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy Black Friday 2015 ads leaked

Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy Black Friday 2015 ads leaked

Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy Black Friday 2015 ads leaked

Top retailers are offering discounts weeks in advance. While Black Friday is three weeks away, retailers have already started their deals, many of them exciting indeed to many people. Walmart is offering substantial discount on iPad 2 even now, besides many other enticing offers.

It would have been unthinkable to expect Black Friday offers in the first week of November. The day falls on November 27 and there is no point in offering deals as the part of Black Friday shopping bonanza so early. Nonetheless Black Friday has become at least four weeks long shopping experience that begins early in November and lasts till the end of the month with Cyber Monday.

Nonetheless, there are many retailers who start even earlier than 1st November. Amazon showcased its offers in the last week of October itself. The same was true with K-Mart and Toys R Us. Many other retailers too have been releasing their ads details from late October itself.ipad mini retina

This past week Amazon came out with electronics gift guide as part of Black Friday shopping bonanza. The retailer said that its Prime members will get a 30-minute jumpstart on more than 30,000 of its so-called “lightning deals,” a limited number of time-sensitive discounts. The biggest online retailer has launched its two-month long Black Friday shopping that will end on December 22.

There are several great offers available on Amazon. This include 55-inch Sony 4K Ultra HD TV for $998, nearly 30 percent off, to an iClever car-mount cradle holder that normally retails for $45.99 for $9.99.

On the other hand the biggest retailer in the world Walmart launched its offers this past Sunday. It is also said that its shopping season will culminate by the end of November. Among its best deals at the moment is 16GB Apple iPad Mini 2 for $199. It normally retails for $269. So you get as much as $70 off on the product.

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