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TigerDirect Black Friday 2014
Electronics seller TigerDirect has finally revealed its 2014 Black Friday ad! Have a look at the ad scan below for this year’s best deals:
Best TigerDirect Black Friday Deals From 2013
Remember Circuit City and CompUSA? Acquired by Systemax, those stores no longer exist in the form of brick-and-mortar locations you can visit, but their inventories are available at the online store TigerDirect and at its limited brick-and-mortar locations in six states and Puerto Rico. The electronics retailer offers a broad selection and even accepts Bitcoin.
Every Black Friday, TigerDirect’s stores feature great deals on TVs, smartphones, surveillance systems, tablets and laptops. In 2013, the retailer released a 12-page ad featuring 226 items. Doors opened at 5 a.m. Friday, and the sale continued through Saturday. Early shoppers could take advantage of a five-hour sale from 5 to 10 a.m. Starting at 8 a.m., stores featured hourly rotating sales, highlighting different items, such as $30 off a 128GB Turbo USB 3.0 flash drive at 8 a.m. and a Coby 10-inch refurbished netbook for only $99.99 at 5 p.m. Other sales ran from Friday through Saturday.
Some of the best deals we found:
- HP 16-megapixel digital camera with free shipping: $74.99 (originally $139.95)
- Archos 101 Gen9 10.1-inch Android 4.0 OS tablet: $99.99 (originally $299.99)
- Emerson LC320EMXF 32-inch Class LCD HDTV: $149.99 (originally $299.99)
- QSee 16 Channel DVR with 8 cameras security system: $299.99 (originally $529.99)
- Sharp SVGA DLP 3D ready projector: $299.99 (originally $695)
For shoppers looking to grab deals less than $10, the store offered some excellent finds for $9.99:
- Rechargeable remote-controlled helicopters (originally $59.99)
- Aluratek BUMP portable Bluetooth mini speaker (originally $29.99)
- DVD-R media (originally $34.99)
- CuiZen 6-cup rice cooker (originally $19.99)
Besides the expected electronics, TigerDirect also offered savings on – wait for it – cookware. A 10-piece Rachael Ray porcelain enamel cookware kit, originally priced at $199.99, sold for half its original price, at $99.99.
For more deals on electronics, check out manufacturers Apple, Dell and Microsoft, as well as retailers Best Buy, Target, Walmart and RadioShack. For a full list of 2014 Black Friday ad scans, check out NerdWallet’s Black Friday ad leaks page.
Written by Melinda Szell