Get The Best Black Friday Deals


UPDATED: Friday November 27, 2009 4:31 PM

If shopping was a sport, Black Friday would be its Super Bowl.

Electronics will again be a major player for price cuts this year, 10TV's Jeff Hogan reported.

According to a source, Target has an Apex 40-inch high-definition television listed at $599, but on Friday, the same set will drop to $449, Hogan reported.

The same source said that Target will reduce the price off a Westinghouse 32-inch HD set, bringing the $429 price tag down to $246.

Navigating good prices on global-positioning system devices might be the easiest grab of the season, Hogan reported.  A TomTom that is regularly priced at $249 will be priced for less than $100 on Friday.

Chefmate is offering big deals on a 12-cup coffeemaker, a 1 1/2 quart cup slow-cooker and a two-slice toaster.

At Target, the items would cost almost $40.  According to experts, the Black Friday deal has them priced at $3 apiece.

Gamers can score big at a lot of places. At Kmart, expect significant reductions from select Wii and Playstation 3 titles as low as $10.  Discounts will also appear on popular Xbox and Nintendo bundles.

Holiday deals come further into focus with a Sony Cyber-Shot 10 megapixel camera.  It costs $149 at Kmart, but when doors there open Friday, it will be $99.

"It's what we prepare for," said Frankie Mounts, a manager at Sears.  "For the last 60 days, to get ready for the Christmas holiday season."

At Sears, high-end appliances like washer and dryer stackables will be on sale for hundreds of dollars off.

According to Black Friday insiders, all Kenmore Elite appliances will be featured at 25 percent off.

A Panasonic Blu-ray home theater that is normally $549 will be $399 on Friday at Sears.

"It is (on sale), while quantities last," Mounts said.

Of course, the deals won't last forever.  When it comes to availability at any store, there are no promises.

"It's definitely while supplies last," said Mike Grueser, a store manager at Lowe's.

His store refuses to be left behind on Black Friday bargains.

"We're talking about prices that were originally $90, now on sale for $30," Grueser said.  "There are some pretty major deals."

According to Lowe's, an $80 shop vac will cost $29 on Friday.

A battery-operated tool combo kit with a bag that features a sander, drill, flashlight and saw will be cut to $59. 

A 6 foot pre-lit Christmas tree that has been on display since October is boxed up and ready to go for $38.

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