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Meijer Black Friday 2016 ad leaks: Cheap TVs, consoles, wearables and more

Meijer Black Friday 2016

We shared two of the biggest Black Friday deals of the year on Thursday from Target and Best Buy, but today, we’re going to focus on Meijer: a regional supercenter chain that is known for having surprisingly great tech deals throughout the year.

The massive 64-page ad covers the stores Thursday-only, Friday-only and Saturday-only sales, but interestingly, many of the best deals will be available on Thursday.

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Meijer stores will open at 6AM local time on November 24th, 25th and 26th, at which point shoppers will be able to find a new set of deals every day. Below, we’ve split the sales up according to which day they’ll be available to the public:

Thursday deals:

  • Vizio 50″ LED TV: $199.99 (save $200)
  • Element 55″ Smart 4K UHD TV: $279.99 (save $220)
  • Xbox One S Console or Console Bundle: $249.99-$399.99 (save $50)
  • PlayStation 4 500GB Uncharted Console Bundle: $249.99 (save $50)
  • Fitbit Charge 2: $129.99 (save $20)
  • Fitbit Alta: $99.99 (save $30)
  • Syma Sky Thunder D360 Stunt Drone: $24.99 (save $25)
  • Philips Zena Cinema Speakers: $149.99 (save $350)
  • Beats Solo 2: $99.97 (save $100)
  • Apple TV: $52.49 (save $17.50)

Friday deals:

  • Vizio 60″ Smart 4K UHD TV: $599.99 (save $370)
  • New Nintendo 3DS Super Mario Editions: $99.99 (save $100)
  • Guitar Hero Live: $49.99 (save $30)
  • Select Nintendo 3DS Games: $19.99-$29.99 (save $10)
  • Sphero BB8 Star Wars Droid: $99.99 (save $50)

Saturday deals:

  • Philips 50″ Smart HDTV: $399.99 (save $100)

We just picked out a few of the highlights from each day above, but you can head to Meijer’s website to see all of the Black Friday deals that will be on offer weekend after next. If there’s a Meijer in your area, Thursday is the day to visit.


Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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