HUFFINGTON POST
11/20/2012 04:39 pm ET Updated Nov 23, 2012

2012 Black Friday: Best Deals For TVs, Computers, Clothing And More

With practically every store under the sun promising you the best Black Friday deals, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Here's a roundup of some of the most competitive deals retailers are offering come Thanksgiving. (Deals vary depending on location, so check with your local retailer before you hit the ground running.)

TELEVISIONS
  • Best Buy: $179 40-inch Toshiba LCD TV, originally about $348.91. (CNET)
  • Walmart: $688 Vizio 60-inch LED Smart TV, originally $999.99. (CNET)
  • Sears: $97 32" LCD HDTV, the cheapest 32" HDTV seen in this years sales by $72 (Christian Science Monitor)
  • AAFES.com: $799 Sony 55" 120Hz 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HDTV, lowest price seen all year for the model by199 (Christian Science Monitor)
CELL PHONES
  • Best Buy: Free Motorola Droid Razr with 2-year Verizon contract (CNET)
  • Wirefly.com: More than 50 cell phones for less than $1 including the latest Android, Windows Phone 8 and Blackberry with 2-year agreement (PCMag)
E-READERS
  • Sears: $39.99 Nook Simple Touch, originally $99.99. The Nook is lightweight, has built-in Wi-Fi and a battery life of up to two months. (CNET)
  • Target: $85 Amazon Kindle Keyboard 3G, originally about $140 on Amazon price for Black Friday (CIO)
  • Best Buy: $159 Amazon Kindle Fire 8GB Tablet with a $30 Best Buy gift card, $159 on Amazon’s website (Christian Science Monitor)
GAMES
  • Target: $199.99 Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle, originally $299.99 (Mashable)
  • Sears: $99 Nintendo Wii with Wii Sports, console retails for about $129 (CNET)
  • Best Buy: $34.99 for Halo 2, Black Ops 4 and other games originally $54.99 (CNET)
  • Best Buy, Target, Toys R Us: $199 Sony PlayStation Vita bundle, $319.97 value (CNET)
COMPUTERS, TABLETS
  • Dell.com: $299.99 Dell Inspirion 14z, originally $599.99. Dell says there will only be a limited amount (CNET)
  • Office Depot: $350 HP 17.3-inch laptop with Pentium processor,originally about $550 (CIO)
  • Staples: $199 RIM 7-inch, 16GB PlayBook tablet, originally about $499 on RIM’s website (CIO)
  • Sears: $80 Sylvania 7-inch MID Tablet, originally about $120 (CIO)
APPLE PRODUCTS CLOTHING HOME GOODS

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this post mistakenly cited the retailer selling a Nook Simple Touch for $39.99. The retailer offering this deal is Sears.

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Black Friday 2012 Store Hours
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