In 2014, the Black Friday shopping day will take place on November 28th. The Black Friday deals and sales have become an annual tradition among customers, as shoppers look for the best doorbusters, deals and sale prices each holiday season. Among the top retail stores and online “e-tailers” that customers flock to are Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Target and Toys R Us. Here at Holiday Gift Nation we’ll bring you any of the latest leaked ads or sales deals available from the various retailers and their websites. Check the listings below for the latest info on this year’s Black Friday leaked ads and sales flyers.
Amazon Black Friday Ads & Sales
The Amazon.com Black Friday deals page continues to be a top destination of holiday shoppers each season, with their great sales and deals which usually start for the entire week ahead of Black Friday. The online retail giant attempts to match or outdo the prices of the other competitors with their deals. Amazon’s website has been in operation since 1995, and today is one of the top spots for offering competitive prices year-round on a wide variety of items ranging from household items to electronics to clothing, jewelry, eBooks, music, videos and more!
Walmart Black Friday Ads & Sales
One of the most sought-after leaked Black Friday ads each year comes from retail giant Walmart. The Walmart company has been operating since the early 60’s, but rose to prominence as an established retail giant in the 80’s. Today it offers some amazing discount prices on a wide number of items ranging from groceries to cosmetics to jewelry, electronics, clothing, video games and household goods. The company also offers a website with free shipping to stores for pickup.
Target Black Friday Ads & Sales
The first original Target store opened back in 1962 in Minnesota. Today, the retailer, with 1,788 locations as of July 2013 and 82 in Canada, ranks second largest retail chain of stress, trailing only Walmart in the United States. Target looks to offer direct competition to Walmart and Amazon each Black Friday with their door busters, sales and deals, with their leaked sales flyer among the most popular ones that customers search for online.
Best Buy Black Friday Ads & Sales
Best Buy, first founded back in 1966 as Sound of Music, and later established as Best Buy in the 1980’s is the top electronics retailer in the United States. It was originally rivaled by Circuit City which went bankrupt in 2009. Best Buy enjoyed strong Christmas sales last holiday shopping season and continues to flourish with its real world stores and online presence. The worldwide electronics retailer is among those that customers line up outside of for early morning Best Buy Black Friday shopping to get those “doorbusters” and sale prices each year.
Toys R Us Black Friday Ads & Sales
“I don’t wanna grow up, I’m a Toys R Us kid,” has been the popular song motto of the children’s toy store for many years, along with their playful giraffe character named Geoffrey. Toys R Us sells a large variety of toys including puzzles, games, video games, children’s clothing, baby items, electronics, bikes, and more through their retail stores and websites. Toys R us is headquartered in Wayne, NJ and currently has over 800 Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores in the United States, with a total of 1,640 locations worldwide. Each year, the retail store opens early for Black Friday shopping, usually on Thanksgiving night, with a plethora of sales, deals and “doorbuster” specials.
Other Leaked Ads & Sales for 2013
Some of the other major retailers who customers enjoy shopping at for Black Friday and the holiday season include: Kmart, Kohls, Macy’s, JC Penny, Lowes, Home Depot, Meijer, Costco, CVS, Walgreens, Sears, TJ Maxx, Marshals and many others. As we find any top notch Black Friday sales flyers or leaked ads worth reporting, you can expect to see them listed here with the others. As always, we wish everyone a safe, successful and happy holiday shopping season for this 2013 Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas season!
Macy’s 2013 Black Friday ad at Brad’s Black Friday