Black Friday 2013 sales and deals on TVs, HDTVs and Smart TVs are gearing up at some of the nation’s biggest stores already. If you are in the market for a new TV it might very well be worth the wait because the prices are predicted to drop to some of the lowest yet on many of the electronic offerings.
According to Glamour on Oct. 21, so far two stores have announced that they will open the night before Black Friday, on Thanksgiving. They plan to get a jump on the biggest sales day of the year. Macy’s and JC Penny are opening their doors the night before Black Friday, but chances are more will follow.
Walmart “promises a blockbuster Black Friday" according to Fox News last week. Electronics have been a big part of Walmart sales, especially on TVs.
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According to News for Shoppers on Oct. 21, the price for electronics are expected to drop for Black Friday.
TVs, HDTVS and Smart TVs will be the big sellers this year with the Smart TV technology high on most everybody's holiday list. Prices on Smart TVs have already started to dip as you can already find a larger model (60-inch) for $799, like the Vizio Smart TV at Walmart. For $194.88 you can get an "ultra-slim" 24-inch Smart TV at Walmart. This means you can expect even better deals for Black Friday 2013.
Deal News reports that the average price of a larger model HDTV is currently about $700, but for the Black Friday sales expect that to drop to about $429.
Black Friday discount bundles on Xbox 360, Sony PS3 and Apple iPad are expected to drop drastically.
Xbox One will cost $499
Play Station 4 will cost $399
The current generation of game consuls will go for around $200
This is the average cost of these electronics you can expect to see in the Black Friday 2013 ads as they start to "leak" out, according to Deal News.