Among the latest Black Friday 2012 ads leaked online is the Office Depot sale for the upcoming holiday shopping day. The office supplies, computers and electronics retailer will be offering big sales deals beginning as early as 5 a.m. on November 23rd, with online deals offered the day prior.
Office Depot joins other leaked Black Friday ads for this coming season such as Walmart, Best Buy, and Sears stores. Doorbusters at the store will include the Amazon Kindle Fire 2nd generation device for $159.99 with a $25 Visa gift card included, an HP Envy Ultrabook (pictured) for $599.99, and an All-in-One Inkjet Printer by Brother for just $129.99. The retailer is also promoting the fact they will offer deals on Windows 8 computers and smartphone accessories as part of their 2012 doorbusters.
The fun doesn't stop with doorbusters for Office Depot though, as they will also be giving out something called bounceback Mystery SurPrize coupons. These will be given out to customers making a purchase of $10 or more in stores or online from Black Friday through Cyber Monday 2012. The special coupon amounts will be revealed as of November 27th, when customers can enter their code online to get a discount ranging from $10 to $250 which is redeemable from November 27th through December 31st, 2012, reports DailyFinance.com website.
Office Depot certainly has a novel idea and way to get their customers spending more money in stores. Other retailers should get into the holiday deals and gift-giving spirit for Black Friday 2012 with these sorts of fun promotions, rather than the typical "buy an iPad, get a gift card" or save money deals. With Office Depot's surprise coupons involved, it will probably have customers more likely to spend extra money later on in the stores or online after Black Friday has passed. With big discounts possible, it may lead to bigger items purchased as well.
Will you be shopping at Office Depot for Black Friday 2012, or do you prefer other stores?
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