Don't feel like waiting in line with anxious folks after a satisfying turkey feast? You can get your shopping done by hitting up the retailers' websites but be forewarned: some items could already be all sold out due to early Black Friday sales, and you may have a hard time just accessing these sites now (GameStop.com is down as I write). Here is a list of online retailers that are not indexed in ZDNet's Ultimate Black Friday 2011 guide to deals and steals for your shopping convenience. By all means, use our guide as a reference point to judge whether a deal is hot or not. Good luck!
Updated @ 11:30PM: Removed CompUSA as its Black Friday deals are only valid in stores (including the $229.99 HP TouchPad bundle! My apologies.)
- Dell Small Business - Dell-branded laptops, desktops, monitors and other peripherals are on sale.
- MacMall - You can find some minor discounts on Apple products here, especially if other retailers are already all sold out on similar deals.
- Tiger Direct - A wide selection of laptops, tablets, TVs, cameras and accessories are on sale.
- HP Home & Home Office - Printers, laptops, desktops but no TouchPads -- there are some TouchPad accessories on sale though.
- Lenovo - Black Friday & Doorbuster deals end November 27 and 28.
- J&R Computers - You can grab deals from this New York institution without leaving your home. An unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II can be had for just $579.99, for example.
- Newegg - Look for discounts on parts to build your gaming rig here. You'll also find some unlocked phones and game consoles on sale too.
- Geeks.com - Get discounts on laptops, generic-brand tablets, home theater gear and much more.
- Panasonic - Receive employee's discount on select items.
- Microsoft Store - In case your favorite Xbox 360 or Windows 7 phone is sold out elsewhere, there is still the Microsoft Store's Black Friday sale, which doesn't start until Midnight PST on November 25.
- Sony Style Store - You can find the most extensive selection of Vaio laptop and Bravia TV deals direct from Sony.
- Wirefly - Lots of free phones from multiple carriers available.
[Source: Black Friday 2011]
- ZDNet's Ultimate Black Friday 2011 guide to deals and steals
- Top 4 Black Friday 2011 video game console steals
- Best 5 Black Friday 2011 tablet and e-reader finds
- Top five Black Friday digital camera deals (some up to 50% off)
- Apple's Black Friday prices leaked; slightly better than last year
- Wirefly tries to get free phones in more hands with the Free-for-All sale