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615 items on sale in biggest tech-focused Black Friday sale of the year

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 8:53PM EST
Micro Center Black Friday 2014 Sale

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Black Friday brings sales for everyone in the United States, of course, but technology and gadget fans are in store for a particularly busy sale season this year. We have already seen all of the details for sales from some of the biggest names in tech, including Best Buy, GameStop, Staples and RadioShack, but the biggest tech-focused Black Friday sale of the year comes courtesy of another nationwide electronics retailer.

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Micro Center isn’t quite as huge as a nationwide chain like Best Buy, but its Black Friday 2014 sale is even bigger than the one being touted by America’s top brick and mortar gadget seller. In fact, Micro Center is offering 615 items in all, and each and every one can be found spread throughout the company’s newly published 54-page Black Friday 2014 ad.

And the best part? You won’t have to wait until Black Friday next week to start enjoying Micro Center’s sales because they start right now.

Micro Center’s Black Friday 2014 deals range from sales on laptops, desktops and tablets to HDTVs, video games and accessories. All of the details on this huge two-week-long sale can be found below in our source section.

FROM EARLIER: Massive 47-page ad shows all of Best Buy’s crazy Black Friday deals

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