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Kmart Thanksgiving Day Sale 2010

Kmart Thanksgiving Day Sale 2010 - Kmart is having a fantastic sale this year, as are a lot of stores, but the Big K is doing it right!

You can check out the full ad here, but here are some of my favorite deals:

46-inch Panasonic Viera TC-P46C2 Plasma TV for just $499
Xbox with the Kinect bundle or Wii, at $299 and $199
Blu-Ray players – RCA RTB1100 Blu-ray Home Theater System for $249.99
Panasonic DMP-BD45K Blu-ray Disc Player for $79.99
Your choice of board games for $5-8 (such as Life, Twister, Battleship, Yhatzee, Sorry, Scrabble, and Monopoly)
Kodak digital camera for $69.99
Sony SX44 Camcorder for $199.99
Pandigital 8” photo frame $49.99
19” RCA LCD TV for $139.99

There are just the tip of the iceberg! There are Christmas items 50% off, BOGO robes, huge slashes in apparel and more.
Many stores are jumping the gun and opening on Thanksgiving day. KMart will be open for Thanksgiving Day 2010, opening from 6:00am until 9:00pm.

Kmart will open its door for Black Friday 2010 from 5:00am until 11:00pm.

Though the sales are great, it is just not for me. C ant stand the crowds, and every year there is a horror story. If stores just offered the sales for the holiday season, they would probably make more money over all. I am a cyber Monday kind of girl!

What about you? Do you partake in the Black Friday and Thanksgiving day sales? If so why? What makes it so special, aside from the sales of course? Will the Kmart thanksgiving day sale be one of your stops?

Check out video posted below and then leave me your thoughts in the comment section.

Kmart Thanksgiving Day Sale 2010

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