OK everyone, we are just a few weeks away from one of the best shopping days of the year. Please post links to great deals, and your plans for your Black Friday purchases.
slickdeals.net tries to keep tabs on the latest Black Friday ads.
Garmin Nuvi 205W $189.87 at Amazon.com
Garmin Nuvi 850 $443.81 at Amazon.com
Garmin Nuvi 880 $556.00 at Amazon.com
Garmin Nuvi 680 $248.35 at Pcrush.com
Navigon 2100 (refurb) $83.97 at Buydig.com
Garmin Nuvi 660 (refurb) $218.97 at Beachcamera.com
Magellan Roadmate 1212 $156.94 at JR.com
Garmin Nuvi 780 $433 at Amazon.com
Magellan Maestro (refurb) 3225 $79.99 at Tigerdirect.com
Magellan Maestro 4350 Elite $280 at 6ave.com (use coupon code WEBAD117)
TomTom One 130S $199.99 at Amazon, JR, Crutchfield
Plenio VXA-3000 7" $124.99 at Buy.com
Garmin Nuvi 765T $471.97 at Buydig.com
Garmin Nuvi 755T $420.99 at Beachaudio.com
right now don't know will decide after seeing local news paper ads on 27th nov.
I plan to get up at 2am and get on the computer and do my search. Enough of these long lines at the store, waiting for hours and hours.
Looking at the Sears ad for Black Friday I see the nüvi 205 on sale for $124.99
I want to buy TOMTOM 730 or 930 for less than $300. This was the price for 730 at Costco 2 weeks ago
I looked and I can't find even the 730 near that price now.
Costco doesn't show them on their web site, so I wonder if they were clearing them out.
Hopefully as it gets closer to Black Friday you'll have a pleasant surprise.
Garmin Nuvi 205W $189.87 at Amazon.com
That looks like a great price... I love my 200w's screen, and this seems like a nice model... I see no need to upgrade mine, but this might end up in someone else's stocking this year
I'll be up VERY EARLY standing in line for HOURS and HOURS to save $10.00 on some toy that will in all likelihood be out of stock by the time I find where it is hidden in the store. Gee, doesn't this sound like FUN?! (LOL)
I love this time of the year!!! Thanks!!
Got up early, waited on line, cold, then found I'd forgotten me wallet. Embarrassing. Went back, the line had grown, but the people at Target were wise to previous years of people cutting in line so it went smoothly once they opened the doors. I zipped on down to electronics, grabbed my 500 GB external hard drive and was the first to check out. It wuz great, but think this year I'm going to just pass. Unless, of course, something pops up that I just can’t resist! Good luck to ya all and Happy Holidays!
Besides.. On Black "Friday".. Some of us still have to go to work...
Retail job - I'm workin'.
I'll be looking for great deals online for:
I loathe shopping .... and Black Friday is like kryptonite to me!!!
My son has a part-time job as a cashier with one of the big (and surviving) chains -- he finds out this week what his work schedule is for the Black Friday weekend, and he's hoping to work as much as he can!
Enough of the standing in line. If anything, I'll be up late Thanksgiving night / early Black Friday morning placing online orders.
To early for those prices to be the lowest, hold tight everyone thats looking to buy.
Me thinks I will stay home and shop the WWW
I hate big crowds and lines
I hope to be able to figure out how to use this site this coming year....
Be sure to check your local newspapers on Thanksgiving day, Keep an eye on Staples and Radio Shack, Last year they both had prices that were crazy low on Friday only and limited supplies at each store.
Prices at stores will be cheaper than shopping on line for obvious reasons.
Bet you wish you had paid this years price for that 500 gig!
I love to shop online, it is way faster. I am wondering if you buy anything at Amazon they will Price match for a month after you buy...so I would say anything you want you could buy today and if it goes down you get the best price...and no chance of missing the item..
I'm sure you're right about that. I was just listing some of the best deals at the moment.
After putting up with the kids insulting me and hating my guts over the recent politics, I'm dumping them back to "that one!" after Thanksgiving.
The last few years, I've done most of my shopping online. I have no desire to get up at 0 dark thirty, drive to a store and wait in the cold just to save a couple of dollars. If I'm getting up that early, it's to go run in preparation for a marathon. It's just as mindless and much less frustrating.
Usually I will be working on all Thanks giving day, Good for me. I hate long lines,My husband end up doing black friday shoppings, Haha
Well, my wife has to work both Thanks Giving AND the day after so, although I just love being pressed in a human vise till my eyes pop out of my head, I'm afraid to say I just might try my luck with the online variant this year.
I know a few marathon runners, your right it's mindless, but they enjoy it so thats all that matters.
...we'd be in another great depression. My travel plans are to go to a part of the state I haven't seen before, Nuvi & American Jill leading the way, and see/hear a couple million migrating swans on a lake there. Plus do a little kayaking, weather permitting.
On another board I saw a post saying that Amazon no longer gives that 30-day price guarantee: http://tvwbb.infopop.cc/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/9130026584/m/7480...
As already mentioned slickdeals.net is a good place to look for deals including BF deals (online and B&M).
Also see: http://bfads.net/ where more ads are getting posted every day.
Nice site java007.
I didn't know about this one.
The Early Bird Gets The Worm.
Doesn't that prove that the early worm should've stayed in bed?
Bob's right. Hold Your Fire, bargain hunters. Now is definitely too early to be talking great bargains, and though Black Friday will be good, in years like this, mid-December is likely to be even better for to-the-bone price cuts, and you won't have to get up in the middle of the night and wait in long lines to take advantage of them.
I am about to take the plunge and get my first GPS. I had decided on the Nuvi 255W but found a black friday add for the nuvi 265WT for $219.00 at the Marine Exchange (includes no tax). I am new to this but I think this is a good deal. Does this sound decent to anyone out there?
Garmin 880 $359
86th Street Photo & Video
They have the Nuvi 765t for $375.00. They don't have the 775t though.
Garmin 880 $359
86th Street Photo & Video
wow. that is an eye-opener. who needs that hassle.
I know my wife will be up and about early to the mall, but as soon as she leaves and the house goes quiet again.....I'll continue with a much deserved sleep!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
Here's another Black Friday site that looks to be pretty good:
Is it my imagination or do the sales so far not seem as good as last year?
Seems like a good deal to me. I haven't seen it cheaper, but all the bf ads are not out yet. Keep your eyes open in the next week and a half.
Black Friday is a great day to stay home and get things done around the house. Altho I would like to pick up another Garmin at a decent price...
Right on DaveBrz!
A lifetime rating of .20 out of 10.
The store looks to be a scam and you'd have to be crazy to buy there.
You should always check resellerratings.com, BBB, etc. before buying from an unfamiliar site.
It will be interesting to see the "deals" that follow this year's "Black Friday". Retailers will be hurting for sales...should make for an interesting shopping season...
As stated earlier by cpjanda, Keep your eye on the site below, they have Thanksgiving and Black Friday Ad's listed and do a good job maintaining them and updating them daily.
Black Friday Tips, Information, and very Frequently Asked Questions
And another site
Costco will be selling
Garmin Nuvi 750 $199.99
Magellan RoadMate 1212 $99.99
Radio Shack (rat shack) Gps line
Refurbs online sales only
Thanks for the links!
But will there be any stores LEFT buy then?! THAT'S the question! (LOL)
http://blackfriday.gottadeal.com that's another really good site for the BF Ads.
I'll be in Myrtle Beach on BF. I doubt I'll go to any stores for the early bird specials, but instead get what I can online and avoid the lines and traffic.
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