THE LEADING retailers of the United States, Kmart will be offering 600 doorbuster items for its Black Friday 2010 deals. Kmart is offering great deals on consumer electronic appliances, gadgets, video games during the year’s biggest shopping rush on Black Friday 2010.
According to the circular released by Sears management, Kmart will open its stores at 5 am on the Black Friday, November 26 and the doorbuster deals will be available until 11 am. Kmart’s stores is all set to fetch the young crowds with lucrative video game deals.
The retailer is offering Call Of Duty Modern Warfare (PS3) for 44.99 dollar, Fable III (Xbox 360) for 39.99 dollar, Limited Edition Nintendo DSI Holiday Bundle with Game for 149.99 dollar, Limited Edition Toy Story 3: The Video Game Bundle For PS2 for 99.99 dollar, Madden ’11 (Xbox 360) for 39.99 dollar, Nintendo Wii with Wii Sports, Wii Sport Resort And MotionPlus for 199.99 dollar, PlayStation 160GB Holiday Bundle for 299.99 dollar, Playstation 3 160GB Holiday Bundle for 299.99 dollar, Sale PSP 3000 Holiday Bundle for 129.99 dollar, Wii Fit Plus w/Wii Balance Board for 99. 99 dollar and Xbox 360 4GB Console w/ Call Of Duty: Black Ops for 199.99 dollar.
During the Black Friday 2010 sales, Kmart stores will also be filled with HDTV deals for its shoppers, such as RCA 22? 1080p LCD HDTV for 239.99 dollar, Samsung 32? 720p LCD HDTV for 329.99 dollar, Sony 40? 1080p LCD HDTV for 549.99 dollar, Sylvania 32? 720p LCD HDTV for 299.99 dollar and Zenith 42? Widescreen Plasma HDTV for 399.99 dollar.
On the Thanksgiving Day, November 25, Kmart stores are also offering discounts and bargains to their shoppers. The retailer stores will be opened from 6 am to 9 pm on Thanksgiving Day in the United States. Kmart is offering Kinect for Xbox 360 for 149.99 dollar, Xbox 360 4GB system with Kinect bundle for 299.99 dollar, Panasonic 37″ class LCD HDTV for 399.99 dollar, Sony SX44 flash memory camcorder for 199.99 dollar, Panasonic Blu-ray disc player for 79.99 dollar.
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