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Sears’ leaked Black Friday ad shows Amazon Echo and 4K TV deals

Updated Nov 22nd, 2019 4:30AM EST

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Just like every year, Sears has a ton of sales prepared for Black Friday, The 48-page flyer leaked well ahead of the November 25th shopping bonanza, and we’re going to look at some of the best tech deals available from Sears in what follows.

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Obtained by Best Black Friday, the ad reveals that Black Friday doorbusers will be available in stores starting with 6:00 PM on Thanksgiving. However, some stores will be closed on Thanksgiving, and all Sears locations will open at 5:00 AM on Black Friday

TV and streaming sticks

  • $1,599.99 65-inch Samsung Curved Smart 4K SUHD LED TV (save $1,100)
  • $1,099.99 65-inch Samsung Curved Smart 4K UHD LED TV (save $600)
  • $579.99 60-inch Samsung Smart Smart 1080p LED TV (save $220)
  • $699.99 55-inch Samsung Curved Smart 4K UHD LED TV (save $400)
  • $599.99 55-inch Samsung Smart 4K UHD LED TV (save $300)
  • $249.99 40-inch Samsung Smart 1080p LED TV(save $150)
  • $229.99 Samsung 2.2-channel Bluetooth sound tower (save $170)
  • $94.99 Samsung 2.1 channel Bluetooth Soundbar with subwoofer (save $85)

Smartphones and tablets

  • $99.99 7-inch Galaxy Tab A tablet (save $50 + $40 SYWR points)
  • $99.99 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (save $20 + $20 SYWR points)

Accessories and Miscellaneous

  • $149 Polaroid PL800 Sky Warrior drone (save $50)
  • $139.99 Amazon Echo (save $40)
  • $89.99 Amazon Tap (save $40)

The tech section of Sears’ Black Friday 2016 ad might not be as generous as you’d want it to be, but there are plenty of other discounted products in the full 48-page flyer – you can check out the full ad at this link.

sears-black-friday-2016-ad-leakedImage source: Sears
Chris Smith Senior Writer

Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he brings his entertainment expertise to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises.

Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.