The frenzy shows the rules are changing as retailers prepare to battle for what could be the strongest holiday period in years - fuelled by robust consumer confidence and low unemployment. Additionally, Meijer also published a different flyer for the entire Black Friday week, covering plenty of other deals.
Exciting offers we're set to see include the ThinkPad X1 Carbon 5th gen, which is now $1,809.00, down to $899.99 (that's really a mega saving), and the 17-inch Ideapad 330 gaming laptop, with GTX 1050 graphics card, to $599 from $729.99.
The company says the deals will be available in-store starting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 22.
Clicks' online stores will be having sales of up 70% off electrical, beauty, household, health and baby products.
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"We know many of our customers are starting to think about Christmas presents, parties and decorations at this time of year and we're excited to offer great deals when shoppers need them most", said Doug Gurr, Country Manager, Amazon.co.uk in a statement.
Walmart, meanwhile, is set to roll out hundreds of offers, and they're already gearing up. The online sale starts Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 10 p.m. ET.
Noteworthy, upcoming promotions include a PS4 Slim 1TB Spiderman bundle for $199, an Xbox One S 1TB Minecraft bundle for $199, and a Google Home Mini for $25 (from $49).
Heads up, deal hunters: Walmart just announced its plans for what it calls the biggest and best shopping day of the year: Black Friday.