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For your holiday shopping pleasure, the folks at WIRED are back with the 8th annual WIRED Store in New York City, presented by Buick and CITI. The 2012 WIRED Store opened
at 583 Broadway in SoHo, and features the latest and greatest in
gadgets, gear, art, décor and special events. The pop-up tech gift store
is open through December 23rd, Tuesday - Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Best Buy stores will not be open on Thanksgiving Day, but that won't stop you from taking advantage of early electronics deals, as the company's Thanksgiving Weekend sales will be launched for online shoppers at BestBuy.com on Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 24th. If you prefer to touch and feel products up close, Best Buy stores will launch Door Busters sales at midnight on Black Friday, November 25th.
AT&T's Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals will go live for customers exclusively online starting on Black Friday, November 25th through Cyber Monday, November 28th, with select Windows 7, BlackBerry and Android smartphone devices starting one penny. That's right, they'll have some one cent deals for Motorola Atrix, Samsung Infuse, BlackBerry 9810, HTC Inspire and LG Thrill smartphones while supplies last, with free shipping and waived activation included as well.
Naturally, these offers will require a two-year service agreement, along with monthly Smartphone voice and data plans from AT&T.
Samsung Electronics has introduced its 2011 Black Friday consumer electronics deals for holiday shoppers. Let's just call it a Black Friday Week sale, as Samsung kicked off sales on November 20th, and will continue sales through Cyber Monday November 28th. Deals on premium 2011 HDTVs, Blu-ray players, home theater, digital camera, camcorder products and more are hitting stores across the United States.
Everyone is trying to get a jump on Black Friday sales, and Amazon.com is no exception. The company has launched its "Countdown to Black Friday" deals page leading up to official Black Friday sales the day after Thanksgiving. In fact, Amazon is having a Black Friday Deals Week all next week, starting on Monday, November 21st.
Early Black Friday discounts on electronics, video games, DVDs, and more are available now.
This Saturday, November 19, T-Mobile will be offering customers early holiday deals on smartphones and tablet devices. The “Magenta Saturday” event is a one day sale taking place one week ahead of Black friday sales.
Discounts are available for new customers that sign up for a qualifying two-year agreement on any of the company’s Unlimited Value plans with 2GB or higher of full-speed data on T-Mobile's 4G Network. If you are currently a T-Mobile customer, you can take advantage of this deal if you're eligible for upgrade (18 months tenure or greater) and switch from a Classic to an eligible Value plan.
Walmart has released its 2011 Black Friday deals circular which can be found at Walmart.com for your Christmas holiday gift shopping pleasure. This year Walmart stores will start sales early, so after eating that turkey dinner customers can start shopping for toys, home and apparel products at 10 p.m. on Thursday November 24, Thanksgiving Day. At midnight on Black Friday November 25th, it will be all about electronics with deals on TVs, gaming consoles, flat-screen TVs, digital cameras, Blu-ray players, printers and more tech gadgets. Sales will continue at 8 a.m. on November 25 and through the weekend as well.
Walmart's Black Friday Midnight Electronics deals include:
Tech enthusiasts and holiday electronics shoppers in New York City are invited to check-out the 7th annual WIRED Store's new 10,000 square foot location on 42nd street and Broadway in Times Square. Presented this year by Buick, the 2011 WIRED Store will be open from Friday, November 18 through Saturday, December 24th - noon to 7 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays, and closed on Thanksgiving Day.
If you're in the Big Apple next week, here's your chance to get up close with some of the latest electronics gadgets. CNET is organizing a hands-on tech showcase called "CNET GOTHAM," a five-day pop-up event sponsored by LG, Canon, Dell, Energizer and Adobe.
Wasting no time this year, Amazon.com has outed its 2011 Black Friday Deals for early holiday shoppers. The holiday gift deals include cameras, video games, movies, tools, watches, jewelry, clothing and more, available with FREE Super Saver Shipping for items priced at $25 or more.