A 55″ flat screen TV from Walmart for only $98. A 17″ laptop from Best Buy for $149. An Xbox One from Target for the low price of $199. These are just a few of the top ten most compelling deals which have been announced for Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the year.
Here is a complete list of the top 10 best Black Friday deals for 2015. Shop early to get these deals before they are gone!
Samsung 55-inch Curved 4K Smart TV for $498
If you’re looking for a large-screened premium TV for your living room, you can snag one of Samsung’s 2015 TV models for less than $500 this holiday season. The TV, which supports 4K resolution and can run apps without a separate set-top box, is usually priced at $1,500.
Samsung 55-inch 1080p Vudu Smart TV for $98
Those seeking a high-end TV that can run apps but want something a bit cheaper, you may be interested in this deal. Samsung’s 55-inch TV has Vudu’s platform built in, and usually sells for $699.99.
Samsung 40-inch Vudu Smart TV for $88
If a 55-inch flat screen is too large for your living room or bedroom, there are some smaller models on sale as well. Samsung’s 2015 Vudu Smart TV is selling for the amazing low price of only $88.
Windows 10 Laptops for $149
Best Buy is selling laptops that run Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system for just $149. Be warned — these devices from Asus and Acer run on Intel Celeron processors, which means they won’t be as speedy as those powered by Intel’s series of Core i processors. However, for $149, these laptops will be powerful enough for those that just need a computer for writing papers, checking email, and getting online. They also come with 500GB of storage space and 4GB of memory.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 for $199
Those looking for a nice high-end Android tablet that’s comparable to the iPad, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 is the device to get. The tablet is thin, light, and has a gorgeous 2,048 x 1,536 resolution screen.
iPad mini 2 for $99
The iPad mini 2 is a great choice for those who want a premium tablet with a nice screen that don’t necessarily care about having the latest model. It’s usually priced at $268, according to Best Buy.
Xbox One for $199
Target is selling the Xbox One for $250 less than it’s normal list price. The package includes the console itself, one controller, a headset, a power cable, and an HDMI cord. It comes with 500GB of storage.
PlayStation 4 Uncharted Bundle for $149
Target is offering a bundle that includes the PlayStation 4 gaming console and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection for $149. That’s $200 cheaper than its usual price.
Wii U Super Smash Bros. and Splatoon Deluxe Set for $125
Target is offering a very compelling deal on the Wii U: $125 gets you the console with Super Smash Bros. and Splatoon preinstalled.
All the above sales at Walmart, Best Buy and Target are valid beginning at 6pm on November 26th, 6 hours before Black Friday technically starts.
Financial analyst, Tom Downey, told CBS News that these prices are by far the lowest in the history of Black Friday.
“These are risky promotions for the businesses and they know that,” Downey said. “If a customer comes in and buys only what the store is promoting as their Black Friday special deal and nothing more, then that store is losing money. It’s a gamble these stores are making, but as online deals get better, then these brick and mortar stores need to stay more competitive. Regardless, this type of competition is definitely a major win for the consumer so they should dig deep this year and buy as much as possible.”
“I’m already standing in line,” 37-year-old Paul Horner said while waiting in line outside of Walmart for Black Friday to begin. “Black Friday is what I wait for all year. It is what gets me up out of bed when I’m feeling depressed. It is what keeps me from being lonely at night. Just knowing I’ll get so many new possessions on Black Friday that my friends can envy me over, and all at such low prices, it is what truly makes me content in life; plus it is so much better than spending time with my boring family.” Honer continued, “I am a happy person and that is only because of the amazing deals on Black Friday. Thank you Black Friday and Walmart for giving me a reason to live.”
Black Friday was originally created by The Mors back in 1857 as a Paganistic holiday. It was then adapted by Macy’s in 1947 when the Illuminati found that people could easier be controlled if they could buy more televisions at lower prices. To hear the latest breaking news on Black Friday deals, the The Bilderberg Group has setup a 24-hour hotline for consumers to call at (785) 273-0325.