Do you remember the good ole’ days (2 years ago) when retailers guarded their Black Friday ads like the U.S. Military guards Area 51? Any sale that was leaked online was quickly ridiculed and summarily dismissed as being pure speculation and conjecture. Those who leaked the so-called ads were quickly hunted down and made to “disappear”. Ok, disappear may be an an exaggeration, but most retailers weren’t happy when their carefully thought out Black Friday plans were leaked online.


Well, those days are gone. Now, retailers are in a Black Friday arms race in an effort to push the unsuspecting public (you) into a holiday shopping frenzy and separate you with your precious dollars. Best Buy, who is one of the leading online retailers, has recently posted their Black Friday ad. One of the better deals in their ad is a Samsung 4K Ultra HD TV at the unbelievable price of $899. The Samsung UN55HU6830FXZA is a 55 inch LED TV which features built-in WiFi and gives you access to a variety of apps via Samsung’s Smart Hub. Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus and Skype are all accessible via the hub. The UN55HU6830FXZA is also capable of upscaling SD and HD content to 4K.


Along with this, Best Buy is also offering substantial discounts on various TV models including an $1,100 discount on a 70 inch Sharp Aquos  Q-Series TV and a $1,500 discount on a Sony 55 inch 4K-Ultra HD tv. In addition to the above TV deals, many other audio and video components are receiving rigorous discounts during Best Buy’s Black Friday extravaganza. A couple of the more notable items receiving the Black Friday treatment are Klipsch’s new Reference series of speakers and Beats by Dre Solo HD On-Ear headphones.


The prices are valid November 27th – 29th and judging by some of the steep discounts Best Buy’s offering you can expect many of these items to sell out quickly. You can view Best Buy’s Black Friday ad in it’s entirety at the link below:

Best Buy Black Friday Ad




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