Black Friday week at Amazon.ca continues to churn out the deals. Today’s stack has a few gems and a bit more of the same.
Looking for a camera deal? Amazon may just be able to deliver. While the headline says that all camera’s are 40% off, that isn’t entirely true. If you’re in the market for a pro or ‘prosumer’ camera, it looks as thought you’re out of luck in today’s sale. However, for those of you who just need a simple point and shoot device to capture family moments or bleary bar nights with friends, there are some options. Most model’s are Cannon and you’ll have to do some research to ensure that the quality is up to par, but you should be able to nab a nice photo snapper for $100 – $150.
In all honesty, both we all want to save as much money as possible, especially on electronics. Well that is what we have Black Friday sales for. Tiger Direct is an online superstore where you can find the best deals in electronics, particularly computers. When Black Friday comes around, watch out for some of the greatest discounts you will ever see on electronic items.
Tiger Direct allows you to buy electronics directly from their store; hence the Direct in Tiger Direct. Since its founding in 1989, Tiger Direct has gained the trust and admiration of literally millions of people worldwide. (more…)
Best Buy Black Friday opened its doors to customers at midnight on Friday last year for shoppers eager to get laptop and desktop computers for cheap. This shopping day made its debut, of sorts, in Canada last year, and while it wasn’t as crazy as the U.S.’s Black Friday, many Canadian shoppers said they preferred it that way. This year for Black Friday 2012 there’ll likely be a repeat of the same sales—perhaps even bigger ones. As customers typically start lining up outside the store hours beforehand, Best Buy said they would pass out tickets to people waiting in line two hours before midnight for people to get in.