Kmart to host Thanksgiving Day sale; slashes prices on numerous electronics

Summary:If you really want to get started really early with Black Friday shopping, you can go ahead at Kmart on Thanksgiving Day.

If you really want to get started really early with Black Friday shopping, you can go ahead at Kmart on Thanksgiving Day.

Doors will be open at Kmart stores from 6AM to 9PM on Thursday, November 25. It's hard to predict how many shoppers will actually show up that day, but there must be some demand for this.

There are a number of notable sales on gadgets planned for next Thursday, including:

  • GE A1455 14.1 Megapixel 5x Optical Zoom Digital Camera - $69.99
  • Kodak C143 Red 12 Megapixel 3x Optical Zoom Digital Camera Bundle - $69.99
  • Vivitar VX018 10.1 Megapixel 4x Optical Zoom Digital Camera - $39.99
  • Canon PIXMA iP2702 Inkjet Photo Printer - $19.99
  • DVR620 720p HD 4x Digital Zoom HD Camcorder - $39.99
  • Sony SX44 Flash Memory 60x Optical Zoom Camcorder - $199.99
  • Pandigital 8" Photo Frame - $49.99
  • Panasonic Blu-ray Disc Player - $79.99
  • 4GB MP3 Player w/ Built In Camera - $29.99
  • Aluratek eReader - $89.99
  • GPX 2GB MP3 Player - $12.49
  • PNY 8GB ReadyBoost Flash Drive - $14.99
  • PNY 8GB SDHC Memory Card - $14.99
  • Panasonic 37" 720p LCD HDTV - $399.99
  • Panasonic 46" 720p Plasma HDTV - $499.99
  • RCA 19" 720p LCD HDTV - $139.99
  • Sylvania 32" 720p LCD HDTV - $359.99
  • $25 Gaming Coupon w/ Any Wii System Purchase
  • Nintendo Wii w/ Wii Sports Resort And MotionPlus - $199.99
  • PSP Go System - $149.99
  • Xbox 360 4GB System w/ Kinect Bundle - $299.99

If you can't make it on Thursday, don't worry. Doors will re-open for Black Friday shopping at 5AM. Until then, be sure to check out ZDNet's Ultimate Black Friday 2010 Guide for steals and deals at Kmart and numerous other retail stores.

Topics: Web development, Hardware, Printers

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