Tech|November 17, 2011| Author: Kim LaCapria|Tags: ,

Best Buy Black Friday 2011 Deals ‘Leaked’ Online

best buy black friday 2011

It’s pretty much standard at this point every major retailer’s Black Friday deals will “leak” online in the days and weeks ahead of retail orgy Black Friday, enabling deal hunters to plan their strategy if they plan on leaving the house to beat back the throngs of fellow bargain hunters in hopes of scoring a $49 flatscreen or $29 iPod or something else ridiculous like that. (Also, creating a bit of buzz for the retailer.)

Of course, Black Friday sales have notorious limitations- one being crowds and in rare cases, riots- and others relating to low inventory of doorbusters or loss-leaders making for a frustrating experience for many shoppers. Many retailers have carried their hourly specials online, although bandwidth limits and fast sell-outs still occur in cyberspace.

One of the more buzzed about releases each year is the Best Buy Black Friday ad, and 2011’s entry has hit the web with both in-store and online-only deals. Whether you plan to brave the crowds or hit up the website after all your Thanksgiving festivities, here are some of Best Buy’s Black Friday 2011 deals:

Doorbusters available at midnight on Black Friday:

  • Dynex DX-24L200A12 24-inch 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV – $79.99
  • Samsung 15.6″ Laptop w/ Pentium Processor, 4GB RAM & 320GB Hard Drive – $299.99
  • Samsung Stratosphere 4G LTE (Verizon) – Free w/ 2-Year Service Plan
  • Toshiba Smart Blu-ray Player – $39.99
Other Best Buy Black Friday deals:
  • Apple iPhone 3GS 8GB – free with two-year contract
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (Blu-ray) – $9.99
  • Kodak Playfull 1080p HD Camcorder – $69.99
  • Lenovo 15.6″ Laptop w/ 2GB RAM & 250GB HDD – $179.99
  • Sharp 42″ 1080p LCD HDTV – $199.99
Online Only Black Friday deals:
  • Dynex 32″ Class LED 720p HDTV
  • Dell Streak 7″ Tablet with Android Honeycomb OS
  • FujiFilm FinePix™ AX350 2.7″ LCD Screen 5X optical zoom 16MP Camera
  • Nintendo Wii Console with New Super Mario Bros. Wii Game and Music CD
Do you have a Black Friday purchasing strategy? Are you impressed by Best Buy’s 2011 Black Friday deals?