Black Friday falls every year following the Thanksgiving Day and this year, it falls on November 25th. As only 61 days are remaining for Black Friday, many of the retailers have already started to announce their deals so as many as consumers can get benefit of it. Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year which marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. High-end products such as eBook readers, tablets, HDTVs, Apple products, and laptops can be purchased with a great discount on Black Friday. Current year, Black Friday will see an onslaught of tablet and eReaders deals.
On Black Friday, many sellers offer promotional prices for a great range of products to mark the starting of the shopping season as well as pursue prolonged working hours to arouse shoppers to buy what they desire. In this article, we have just provided the prediction of the best deals for the Black Friday season. It is also worth to note that few of these deals will involve mail-in rebates. After several customer complaints, Walmart, Best Buy, and OfficeMax have long given up on mail-in rebates.
2011 Black Friday Deals
On almost all popular tablet brands, consumers can expect low prices on this Black Friday. Dealnews is anticipated to offer discounts on older Android tablets such as the Galaxy Tab 7″ and the Xoom, both of which are released in the past year and deficient in the looks and performance of top devices such as the newer Galaxy Tab 10.1″ tablet.
Consumers can expect to see both tablets at all-time price lows throughout the Black Friday season, with the 7" Galaxy Tab falling to $239 and the XOOM dropping to $319.
If you desire to discard money, then Dealnews expects that you would be able to buy an Android tablet for $75. Usually, these Android tablets retail for $99, and have uninspiring performance and specifications, even for the average user. When 7" options will come at $75 this holiday season, they may offer a very cheap alternative to the name brand slates above.
It is expected that everyone can see CVS to Sears offering inexpensive Android tablets this year. This purchase will be dissatisfaction for most of the users and an eReader like the Nook Color would be a better to purchase.
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 7" for $239
- Generic Android 7" tablets for $75
- Motorola XOOM for $319
eReader Black Friday Deals are hard to predict but accounting to the last year's predictions, the Nook and Kindle are two tricky devices to make a decision on. Hope that consumers will see a Nook Color for $179 and a Kindle 3 WiFi model for $99 on this Black Friday.
The Nook Color offers a web browser and apps as well as runs on Android, which makes it a good option for tablet purchasers who want a reasonably priced tablet. It is expected that Amazon will make the Kindle as the center of their Black Friday promotions with Special offers. As well, it is anticipated that the Nook Color will be on sale in limited quantities at numerous mortar and brick retailers.
It is predicted that the Kindle 3G would fall at a cost of $169. However, in actuality there is no deal announced on this model. As for the basic Nook, consumer can see a far better deal - maybe at $100. Even if the pricing of the eReaders proves to be capricious, consumers are still likely to come across these readers packed with book credits of about $25.
- Nook Color eBook reader $179
- Kindle 3 WiFi eBook reader for $99
- Bundles with at least a $25 credit
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