Best Buy Black Friday ad leaked: 42-inch plasma HDTV for $370, $60 Blu-ray player

Summary:First it was Target, and now Best Buy's Black Friday ad has just leaked. While Target had just a couple of TV deals, Best Buy's sale includes a number of HDTVs, including a few plasma models.

First it was Target, and now Best Buy's Black Friday ad has just leaked. While Target had just a couple of TV deals, Best Buy's sale includes a number of HDTVs, including a few plasma models.

The deal for house brand Insignia's NS-42P650A11 is about the best price I've seen for a 42-inch plasma (albeit 720p): $369.99, or $100 off the current price. But there a couple of coveted Panasonic plasmas as well, including the 46-inch 720p TC-P46C2 for just $499.99 and the 50-inch 1080p TC-P50U2 for $699.99, the latter a sweet $200 off the regular price.

If you'd rather go for an LCD TV, you can grab a 46-inch Sony Bravia KDL-46EX400 for $698.99 or pay a little extra for 120Hz refresh rates on the 46-inch Samsung LN46C600 for $797.99. There are also several Black Friday deals on LED-backlit sets, ranging from the Westinghouse 42-inch LD-4255VX for $649.99 (way down from its current $999.99 price) to the Samsung 46-inch UN46C6300, which includes a Blu-ray player for $999.98.

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Speaking of Blu-ray, Best Buy is offering the Toshiba BDX1100 for just $59.99 and is slashing $100 off the price of the Sony Internet TV device with Google TV and Blu-ray player ($299.99). Or you can get the Samsung HT-C5500XAA 1000-watt home theater system with Blu-ray player for just $297.99.

Expect some similarly good deals when Walmart's ad inevitably get leaked early. In the meantime, will any of these deals entice you to stand in line on Black Friday morning?

Topics: Mobility, Hardware

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