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Black Friday Ads Hit the Web Early

The early release of Wal-Mart's Black Friday ad was just the tip of the iceberg. Black Friday ads for many etailers and brick-and-mortar retailers have now been posted on the web.

http://www.tomsguide.com/us/2007/11/16/black_friday_ads_hit_the_web_early/index.html
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  1. "Free advertising is a pretty good deal. Maybe Wal-Mart should stop complaining."

    yeah i wouldnt be complaining when they know christmas sales are going to be down this year.. why you think everyone is advertising so early?
  2. Black Fridays are always fun but not always the things I want. Easier to shop online for them but retailers actually lose money on certain items to get people into their stores.

    CompUSA seems to have more Black Fridays than any other retailers! Makes me wonder how can they stay in business if they keep doing this and the fact they closed several of their stores several months ago in effort to save on costs. Least there always Fry's in my area.
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  4. Letting your lawyers run your legal department is one thing, letting them run your business is quite another. Passing up on free advertising... old Sam Walton must be rolling in his crypt banging on the walls in anger. :fou:
  5. Hope the price of intel CPUs will drop
  6. I dont think Intel does Black Friday sales. :p Although, they do compete with AMD, so if AMD's quad core is competitive, that will help control Intel prices.
  7. Free advertising is a pretty good deal. Maybe Wal-Mart should stop complaining."

    yeah i wouldnt be complaining when they know christmas sales are going to be down this year.. why you think everyone is advertising so early? 2011Geld2011
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