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Black Friday 2015 Walmart LEAKED Ads Deals
In this article, we will be discussing Walmart's Black Friday deals for 2015. We will be focusing on electronics, movies, video games, and boys' toys.
- Walmart will open at 6 pm on Thursday for Black Friday shopping.
- Some of the deals include a 40-inch HDTV for $149, a 4K TV for under $1000, and a PlayStation 4 with the Uncharted collection for $299.
- Other deals include HDMI cables for $6.50, Xbox 360 games for $8, and DVDs for $4.
- While some deals make sense, such as appliances and furniture, some items on sale, like socks and Tupperware, are not worth waiting in line for.
- The author questions why certain items are on sale during Black Friday when they are already discounted throughout the year.
- The author also notes that some of the video games on sale are not worth the price, as they are available for a lower price at other times.
- The author is interested in purchasing DVDs, including seasons of Game of Thrones, Gotham, and The Big Bang Theory, as well as some video games.
Walmart's Black Friday deals for 2015 offer a range of products at discounted prices. While some items may not be worth the wait, others present a good opportunity to save money. Customers can take advantage of these deals to purchase items they have been wanting for a lower price.
Black Friday 2015 - Best Buy & Target LEAKED Ads/Deals
Hey everyone, it's David Aquah here with some Black Friday coverage. Today, we're looking at Best Buy and Target, and I've already covered Game Stop, so let's dive in.
- Black Friday coverage of Best Buy and Target
- Doors open at 5 pm on Thanksgiving Day
- 4k TV for $699
- $9.99 Blu-rays for movies like Jurassic World, Inside Out, and Cinderella
- Online-only doorbusters on Thursday
- Laptops, games, and more on sale
- Xbox One and PS4 games for $19.99
- Grand Theft Auto for Xbox 360 for $20
- Xbox One with a free wireless controller for Rise of Tomb Raider purchase
- 3 months of Xbox Live or Playstation Plus for $4.99 with the purchase of select games
- Samsung 40 inch TV and Xbox One for $500
- Printer for $20
- DVDs for $1.99 each
- Movies for $5.99, including Birdman and American Sniper
- Game of Thrones for $10
- CDs for $6.99 each
- Doors open at 6 pm on Thanksgiving Day
- $119 32 inch TV
- $249 43 inch TV
- $697 55 inch TV
- Xbox One and PS4 games for $35
- Titanfall for $15
- Super Mario Bros. 2 for $15
- Terminator for $10
- Mortal Kombat X for $25
- DVDs for $4
- Movies for $9, including Kingsman: The Secret Service and The Empire Strikes Back
- Black Friday is a great time to save on electronics, games, and movies
- Be sure to compare prices and deals before making a purchase
Black Friday 2015 - Gamestop LEAKED Ads / Deals
Hey everyone, David Ekwa here! Guess what? The GameStop Black Friday ads have been leaked! We're not supposed to get this for a couple of weeks, but here it is - November 27 to November 29. This is what you get if you go to Black Friday sales at Gamestop.
Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year, where people go crazy to get the best deals on TVs, electronics, clothes, toys and more. Let's take a look at what people will be fighting each other for on Black Friday.
- Xbox One or PS4 bundles for $299, both 500 gig consoles with games
- Xbox One one terabyte console bundle for $349 with three games
- Discounts on games such as Fallout 4, Witcher 3, and Assassin's Creed Syndicate
- Buy Star Wars Battlefront for full price and get $30 off on one of five games
- Discounts on pre-owned products, including consoles
Black Friday at GameStop offers great deals on consoles and games. Don't miss out on the opportunity to get your hands on the latest gadgets and games at discounted prices. Happy shopping!
Leaked GameStop Black Friday Ad 2015
Hello everyone, Russell here with Grim Stir Gaming, back with another video. Today, I want to share some good news with you all. After looking online and on BGR.com, it looks like the GameStop Black Friday Ad for 2015 has been leaked. I'll put the link below so you can check it out for yourself. I've also got some graphics to show you with the ads, and there's quite a bit of stuff to go over. So, let me throw out some highlights for you all.
First, let's start with the PlayStation 4. It looks like we've got a $300 PS4 with a 500 GB hard drive and the Uncharted collection. That's a $50 savings right there. If you need an extra controller, there's a deal for 2 wireless DualShock 4 controllers for $40, saving you $20.
Moving on to the Xbox, there's a little bit more going on. There's an Elite Bundle for $450, which includes a wireless elite controller and a 1 TB solid-state hybrid drive. We also have a $350 Xbox One One Terabyte Holiday Value Bundle, which could include select games that you can choose from. Additionally, there's a $300 500 GB Gears of War bundle, which is a great deal for a great game. Finally, there's a 3 TB expansion hard drive for the Xbox One for $100, which is definitely worth considering.
When it comes to games, there's a buy two, get one free deal on any pre-owned products for Xbox 360 and PS3, including controllers and other accessories. There's also a 10- and 3-month Xbox Live subscription deal, which is pretty cool. And, if you're into amiibos, GameStop has exclusive restocks for Ike and other amiibos.
Overall, there's a lot going on at GameStop this Black Friday, and I'm hoping that other retailers like Walmart, Target, and Best Buy will drop some good deals as well. The link to the GameStop ad is below, so be sure to check it out. Thanks for tuning in, and happy shopping!
First Black Friday ad of 2016 is leaked
The first Black Friday season ad is out and consumers are eagerly waiting for the big stores to release their ads. However, there are reports of increased data usage complaints and a data breach at Vera Bradley. Let's take a closer look.
Increased Data Usage Complaints:
The FCC has reported a big spike in complaints about data overages, especially among Verizon customers. Verizon customers reported over 2,000 complaints with the FCC in September, up from just 200 complaints in January. Although Verizon says it is investigating, there is no system-wide reason for the increased data usage.
Vera Bradley Data Breach:
Vera Bradley reported that its cash register system was hacked over the summer, compromising customer names and credit card numbers. The company is contacting affected shoppers.
First Black Friday Ad:
The first Black Friday ad of the season is out from Harbor Freight Tools. They are offering deals on a 499 generator, cordless drills from 15.99, and a tilting TV wall mount for just 14.99. Although Target, Best Buy, and Walmart ads are still a little bit off, we can expect 60 and 65-inch 4K TVs with brand names as low as 600, Fitbits for 59, Beats Pill speakers for 100, and Dyson vacuums for 199.
Stores Refusing to Open on Thanksgiving Day:
40 stores, including Dillard's, Nordstrom, Costco, Home Depot, Lowe's, Menards, and Cabela's, are refusing to open on Thanksgiving Day. Shoppers will have to wait until Friday for Black Friday deals.
As Black Friday approaches, consumers are eagerly waiting for the big stores to release their ads. However, they should also be cautious about their data usage and potential data breaches. With some stores refusing to open on Thanksgiving Day, shoppers will have to plan accordingly.
All the Black Friday 2015 Ads and Black Friday 2015 Sales for Black Friday 2015
The author had a disappointing Black Friday experience at Academy Sports while attempting to purchase a kayak that had been advertised for $129. The author arrived at the store at 4am on November 25th with a friend.
Sub-Heading 1: The Line
- The line started at the front door and wrapped around the building.
- The author and friend arrived 20 minutes before the store opened.
- The line was long and filled with people hoping to snag a good deal.
Sub-Heading 2: Lack of Assistance
- Several people in front of the author and friend had already been sent back and forth from the registers to the kayaks.
- In the 40 minutes that followed, no less than four store employees came by with various responses, but no assistance was provided.
- The store manager eventually came by and stated that they only had five kayaks available for the sale.
Sub-Heading 3: Conflicting Information
- One person in line claimed that the kayaks had been sold prior to Black Friday.
- The store manager denied this claim, but also stated that they had only been sent five kayaks for the sale.
- The author and friend were ultimately offered a discount on different kayaks, but they were not the same as the advertised kayak.
The author had a frustrating experience at Academy Sports on Black Friday while attempting to purchase a kayak. The lack of assistance and conflicting information made the experience even more disappointing.
Walmart 2015 Black Friday Movie Ad
Hey guys, Big Films 39 here with a preview of the 2015 Walmart Black Friday movie ad. Unfortunately, this year's Black Friday ads seem to be very disappointing compared to previous years. Check out my Best Buy and Target ads as well, but for now, let's focus on Walmart's ad.
The Walmart Black Friday movie ad only has one page for movies, with limited options for both Blu-rays and DVDs. However, there are a few titles worth checking out.
- Aladdin: a recent release and a classic, definitely worth picking up for the sale price of $9.96.
- Jurassic World: also worth the $10 price tag.
- Cinderella: if you're a fan of Disney, this might be worth picking up for $10.
- Fury 7: worth it despite not living up to expectations.
- Battle of the Five Armies: a good pick for Tolkien fans.
- Kingsman: Secret Service: not worth it.
Other noteworthy titles:
- Terminator Genisys: stay away from it.
- Tomorrowland: not worth the $10 price.
- San Andreas: a fun movie, but not worth $10.
- Fifty Shades of Grey: not worth it.
- Paddington: cute, but not worth the money.
- Chappie: haven't seen it.
- Spy: haven't seen it.
- Expendables 3: not worth it.
- Jurassic Park 3: not worth it.
- Gone Girl: a good movie, but not worth buying.
- Neighbors: typical Seth Rogen comedy, skip it.
Overall, the Walmart Black Friday movie ad is pretty disappointing with limited options and not many noteworthy titles. However, if you're a fan of some of the highlighted titles, they might be worth checking out. It's recommended to go to the store on Black Friday and browse around even if you don't see anything you like in the ad. Also, check out the Shopkick app for a chance to earn free gift cards just for walking into stores.