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Black Friday in High Definition

Posted by: , 07:08 AEDT, Sat November 17, 2007

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The day after Thanksgiving is "Black Friday" and expect to see some jaw dropping prices at Best Buy, Circuit City, and other well known stores on high definition TV's and DVD players
Rumored the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday is the prime time for consumers to upgrade their electronics. More importantly, the digital transition takes place in 2009 and now would be a great time to upgrade to a high definition (HD) TV.

The prices are as much as %50 cheaper than a few weeks ago. With the majority of the average prices ranging in the $1000 - $1500, we are talking about some major deals. (I wish I would have waited!!)

Best Buy will have a Hewlett-Packard 42-inch LCD HDTV for $996.99, a Philips 1080p up-converting DVD player for $49.99, a Toshiba HD-A3 player with seven free HD DVD movies for $199.99, a Samsung BD-P1400 Blu-ray Disc player for $399.99, with seven free Blu-ray movies; and a Sony BDP-S300 Blu-ray player for $499.99, with a $100 gift card and a free copy of the Spider-Man 3 Blu-ray Disc.

Circuit City will have a Samsung 50-inch slim DLP HDTV for $799.99, while Target will have a 37-inch Olevia 1080i LCD HDTV for $549, and Wal-Mart will reportedly offer a Sanyo 37-inch LCD HDTV for $847 and a Magnavox 1080p upconvert DVD player for $30.


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