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.)

  • 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)
  • $799 Sony 55" 120Hz 1080p LED-Backlit LCD HDTV, lowest price seen all year for the model by199 (Christian Science Monitor)
  • Best Buy: Free Motorola Droid Razr with 2-year Verizon contract (CNET)
  • More than 50 cell phones for less than $1 including the latest Android, Windows Phone 8 and Blackberry with 2-year agreement (PCMag)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • $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)

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.

Black Friday 2012 Store Hours
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