Best Buy Attractive Deals for Black Friday Leaked

November 22, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Black Friday is just a couple of days ahead and we know you all are waiting for the deals offered by the different companies. And here we have got you the leaked ad from one of the most popular stores, Best Buy.

The list comes with a variety of devices including the high-tech and electronic ones based on both Android and iOS platforms. Among the collections, you can find products from different companies that include HDTVs, non-Apple tablets, cameras, e-readers and Apple products like iPad 2, Apple TV and computers.

In the Android-based lineup of devices, you can find the 4G LTE HTC Thunderbolt for free with a two-year Verizon contract. Among the tablets, the Asus Transformer 10.1-inch Wi-Fi costs only $250, while the 7-inch Dell Streak is on shelves only for online purchase.

Meanwhile, the Toshiba Thrive 10.1-inch at $280, Acer Iconia 7-inch at $190 and the Pandigital Multimedia Novel 7-inch e-reader for $70 are available with a two-year activation of a Verizon’s “mobile hotspot” plan. In the Apple section, Best Buy offers $45 off any model of iPad 2, whereas the iMacs and MacBook Pros come with a $150 reduction from the company price.

You can find the 8GB versions of both the iPhone 4 at $100 and iPhone 3GS for free with a two-year contract with Sprint or Verizon carriers. The iPhone 4S is not seen with the deal, though.

Moving on to other devices, Samsung Vitality, Samsung Transform Ultra and HTC Wildfire feature a $100 reduction without contract. While the Droid Incredible 2, HTC Evo Shift 4G, Blackberry Torch 9810 4G, Samsung Stratosphere 4G LTE, LG Thrill 4G and  Motorola Atrix 2 are priced at $1 with a 2-year contract.

The deals are not restricted to tablets and mobile-phones. You can have a poke at media players and printers too.

The WD TV streaming media player is on a reduction of $10, while the Slingbox Solo is holding up $80 reduction. Many printers and Android based media players are coming in packages with which you can save $20-$40 from the normal price.

Now, that’s a whole lot of deals. Seems everyone out there is going to have a highly charged shopping spree.

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