Black Friday 2011 will not only provide better deals, but retail stores like Walmart will be opening earlier than usual.
Walmart will start opening their stores at 10 p.m. on Thursday, November 24, 2011 ahead of the midnight openings of Target, Best Buy, Macy’s and Kohl’s.
Walmart doorbuster deals include toys, clothes and home accessories with up to 75 percent discount. Barbies items previously worth $19 is now down at $5, jeans are now below $10, pajamas sets for kids are now at $4.47 and Black & Decker Coffeemaker can be bought at $9.44.
Midnight will be the start of Walmart’s electronics discounts that include Samsung 51-inch plasma TV at $498 from original price of $649, 14 megapixel Kodak camera at $49.
Walmart has given a preview of their Black Friday 2011 sales to customers who sign up at Walmart.com or Facebook.com/Walmart.
A published report by IBISWorld said that Black Friday sales in 2010 has reached $11.8 billion. Financial analysts are expecting an increase of at least 1.2 percent or a little less than $12 billion.