Published On: Wed, Nov 21st, 2012

Best Buy Black Friday 2012 Doorbuster Deals Starts at 12 a.m.

BestBuy has been a Black Friday favorite for years with their famous ‘Doorbuster Deals’. This store has consistently offered good deals on TVs, computers, digital cameras, laptops, and other consumer electronics which bargain-minded shoppers have been hunting for causing them to camp outside Best Buy branches.

This year, Best Buy will open its doors at 12:00 a.m. on Black Friday. For those early birds, tickets will be handed out two hours before the midnight opening. If you want to get started early, there are also online deals at beginning Thanksgiving Day and the additional bonus of free shipping.

For those who are TV fanatics, Best Buy is offering a huge selection of television sales and deals. Some of the units spotted on the ads are popular HD TVs which include Samsung 46″ Class LED 1080p 120Hz 3D HD TV for $647.99 with 2 pairs of 3D glassed included, 55″ Panasonic Class LED 1080p 120Hz Smart 3d HD TV bundled with convertible soundbar with wireless subwoofer for only $1,049.98, and 50″ Class LED 1080p HDTV for only $399.99.

Best Buy Black Friday 2012 Ad

Aside from TVs, Best Buy is also home to bargain hunters of tablets. Kindle Fire 8GB tablet is up for grabs for $159.99 while its 16GB equivalent will be put on sale at $199.99. A free $30 Best Buy Gift Card will be given for every purchase of Kindle Fire 7″ or Kindle Fire HD 7″.

Below is the 20-page Best Buy Black Friday 2012 ad scan for your reference. Zoom in to get a better view of the sales catalogue and list down the items you’re interested to buy. Most of all, be an early bird at Best Buy stores when 12 a.m. strikes on Black Friday.

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