Black Friday is still three weeks away, but various online and retail stores are already beginning to release ads to tease people about what could be the best deals available for appliances, gadgets and other electronics. Below are some of the deals that shoppers might want to watch out for, to make the most one of the biggest shopping day of the year.
According to some sources, those looking to buy an Xbox this Christmas should keep an eye out for deals not just on Black Friday, but also during Cyber Monday, wherein rumors are indicating that the popular gaming console will be reduced to much lower prices.
Based on deals, last year, shoppers could expect as much as 25% off on the console from online merchants like Amazon.
Aussie News Network speculates huge deals for iPad and iPhone products including a free iPad Mini 4 via four bill credits with T-Mobile. The leaked information also detailed of a 250 USD iPad Pro 9.7 32GB or iPad Air 2, and a 30% discount on iPhone accessories with a minimum purchase of 3.
Expect the original Apple Watch’s price to go down as well, as the second version of the watch, has already been released this year, though there could be discounts for this model as well.
Dell has allegedly leaked its list of doorbusters for Black Friday which includes an Inspiron 15 3000 with Celeron CPU, 4GB of RAM, 500GB hard drive, and a 15.6-inch display for $199.99 which will go on sale at 8AM. ZDNet also reports that a touchscreen edition of the Inspiron 15 3000 will also go on sale at 11AM for $349.99, while the Inspiron 11 3000 2-in-1 will go for $299.99 at 6PM.
The Alienware gaming arm will have its share of discounts, too with a $200 discount for the Alpha Steam Machine’s base configuration. Noon time will see Core i3 processors, 4GB of RAM, 500GB hard drives, and AMD Radeon R9 M470X graphics cards go for $299.99 according to reports.
There are still more deals being announced ahead of the November 25 Black Friday and November 28 Cyber Monday Sales. Stay tuned for more updates.
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