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Leaked Kmart Black Friday ad: Cheap Samsung HDTVs and cut-price headphones

The US presidential election is the hottest topic of the day, but that doesn’t change the fact that Black Friday 2016 is almost upon us. More and more retailers are leaking their Black Friday ads, and Kmart’s flyer is already available online.

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Kmart stores will open doors on Thanksgiving Day at 7:00 PM, and the doorbuster prices will be available until 2:00 PM on Black Friday. Here are some of the hottest tech deals from Kmart’s Black Friday 2016 ad, as posted online by Best Black Friday.

TV and streaming sticks

  • $429.99 58-inch Samsung LED Smart 1080p HDTV (save $220)
  • $349.99 50-inch Samsung LED Smart 1080p HDTV (save $200)
  • $299.99 48-inch Samsung LED Smart 1080p HDTV (save $150)
  • $249.99 40-inch Samsung LED Smart 1080p HDTV (save $150)
  • $189.99 32-inch Samsung LED Smart 1080p HDTV (save $90)
  • $249.99 Nakamichi 2.2 channel Bluetooth tower speaker (get $100 in SYWR)
  • $85 Samsung 2.1 channel Bluetooth soundbar with subwoofer (save $84.99)

Smartphones and tablets

  • $99.99 8GB 7-inch Galaxy Tab A tablet (save $50 and get $50 in SYWR points)
  • $29.99 Samsung Galaxy On5 Android phone
  • $19.99 LG Rebel phone

Accessories and Miscellaneous

  • $149.99 Swift Stream Robo Buddy ($50 in SYWR points)
  • $59.99 Swift Stream Z-9 camera drone (save $40)
  • $24.99 Skullcandy Bluetooth Uproar headphones (save $24.99)

As you can see above, there aren’t that many tech deals to choose from at Kmart. But there are 32 pages in Kmart’s Black Friday ad to explore — check them out at this link.

kmart-black-friday-2016-ad-leakedImage source: Best Black Friday

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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