Black Friday Deal-Teasing Continues

As well as the deals we covered last week (Display Monitor Vol 21 No 45), Best Buy will offer a “doorbuster” deal of an UltraHD 55″ Samsung TV (UN55HU6830) for $900. Sony’s XBR55X850B will be sold for $1,500 and a curved Samsung UltraHD TV for $1,200. The Xbox One Assassin’s Creed: Unity bundle will be on sale for $430, while a PS4 bundle (with GTA 5 and The Last of Us) will cost $400. Samsung’s U28D590D monitor will be offered for $480. iPads will be on sale for $100 less than their normal selling price, and a Dell touchscreen laptop will be sold for $300.

Multiple new products, such as the Venue 8 3000 tablet and XPS 15 laptop, will be on sale in-store and online at Select tablets will start at $100; laptops at $190; desktops at $200; and Alienware PCs at $550. Customers will receive $50 off of all orders over $700. There will also be doorbuster deals on products including TVs and monitors at

TVs will be reduced at Target. Shoppers will be able to buy a 40″ Element model for $120 and a 50″ Samsung (plus $30 gift card) for $480. The Apple TV will be cut by $10, to $90.

T-Mobile USA began its Black Friday sales a week early. Existing customers could access the company’s deals on 21st November, and the general public on the 22nd. T-Mobile was offering an Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 tablet for no up-front cost (excluding sales tax). Subsidiary service MetroPCS is running a promotion until 1st December, whereby customers can buy two 4G smartphones for the price of one.

At Walmart, customers will find a 65″ Vizio TV (D6501-B2) for $650 and a 55″ Samsung (UN55H6203) for $600. The PS4 bundle on sale at Best Buy will cost the same, $400, while an Xbox One Master Chief bundle (with $30 gift card) will go for $330. The Xbox 360 will be on sale for $100 and the Roku 1 for $30.