The Black Friday 2011 deals online are getting sweeter by the moment. Retailer Amazon.com seems to be leading the way for those who don't want to wait in lines the day after Thanksgiving as they are already putting out deals online. They'll be offering specials through this coming Friday, and of course for Cyber Monday 2011 as well.
Currently, Amazon's Black Friday deals involve a special sale for the entire week of the shopping extravaganza. They're banking on the fact that customers will head over to their website rather than camp out at competitors such as Wal-mart and Target. On a daily basis, Amazon offers customers intriguing Gold Box and Lightning deals, but is also advertising more at their Black Friday sales page.
Among the Black Friday specials that the Amazon site is offering are a Samsung 46" flat screen HDTV at $799, a Nikon Coolpix digital camera for just $249.99 (pictured), and a Sony PlayStation 3 bundle including two games for just $199. In addition, there are deals for AT&T, Sprint and Verizon mobile phones on the site as they'll cost only a penny, with new activation.
A video from Mashable below reveals the latest report on Black Friday deals. They note that Amazon has really upped the ante with a special smartphone app that can scan bar codes and do price checking. The web retailer promises to match or beat the online competition's prices, with their website Black Friday deals. It seems that this could be the way that future shopping will go as more and more customers experience the ease and relative stress-free shopping that they can get online.
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