Black Friday ads start early this year


Whether you camp out the night before for door-busting Black Friday deals the Friday after Thanksgiving or log onto your computer at the crack of dawn on Cyber Monday, you’ll definitely want to hear about all of the already leaked 2013 ads touting the awesome savings that you’ll be privy to this season.

Here are a five of the best ones we’ve seen so far:

Macy’s: According to sources, Macy’s is set to open their doors at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving night to start the Black Friday shenanigans. Among those items listed in the full ad scan (which you can find here) are Keurig coffee makers for $99.99, $29.99 boots and purses and 30% off Timex watches.
As you may already know, Walmart released their early-bird deals this year ahead of the Black Friday fray. With items like 42-inch JVC LED TVs on sale for $299 (40% off), 10-inch XELIO tablets for $49 (55% off) and the Your Choice Crayola Easels for $25 (37% off), these items are sure to sell out fast. Find more of their Early Bird Online Specials here.

Home Depot: Check out Home Depot’s current offers, which are rumored to be their lowest prices for the season. Sale items include a $1798 Samsung Stainless Steel French 4-Door Refrigerator (a savings of $1,401), a $498 Frigidaire Stainless Steel Self-Clean Electric Range (down from $699 originally) and $98 Shark Navigator Light’s (a savings of $51). Shoppers can also save up to an extra $500 on appliances (valid Nov. 7 through Dec. 4), depending on how much they spend.

Toys R Us: The leaked Toys R Us scan offers 80 pages of savings opportunities to get you into the holiday spirit. Examples include the LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra Learning Tablet for $149.99, Flutterbye Flying Fairy Dolls for $27.87 and the all new Xbox One for $499.99.

GameStop: Stop by GameStop on Black Friday to load up on $199.99 Xbox 360 bundles (a $140 savings), $199.99 PS3 bundles (a $165 savings) and $29.99 Battlefield 4 games for Xbox (regularly $59.99). Check out their full Black Friday circular here.

Cheryl Lock is a personal finance writer at and former editor at LearnVest and Parents magazine. When she’s not writing, she enjoys travel, which she blogs about at


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