Black Friday deals at local retailers

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Trying to find the best deals for your money on Black Friday? Here’s a round up of some the lowest prices in town.

CLOTHING

Old Navy: Friday-only deals: Wool-blend pea coats: $19 for kids and baby and $29 for adults; jeans: $10 for kids and baby and $15 for adults; fleece for kids and baby: $5; sweaters: $15. Other deals: Frost free jackets: from $29 for adults and $20 for kids and baby

Burlington Coat Factory: Bubble jackets for entire family: $9.99; ladies’ wool pea coats: $29.99; 3-in-1 system jackets: $29.99; South Pole young men’s jeans: $9.99

Belk: Early Bird specials: Rampage Beecher and Korrie boots: $19.99; 50 percent off entire stock of juniors’ dresses and 55 percent off entire stock of misses, petites and today’s woman dresses; juniors’ clearance denim: $14.99; ladies’ denim from Calvin Klein, Nine West Vintage America collection and Jones New York Sport: $34.99; entire stock of men’s leather jackets from R&O and men’s wool coats with scarf from Perry Ellis and London Fog: $69.99; sleepwear separates from ND intimates and Kim Rogers intimates: $11.99

ELECTRONICS

Kmart: Door busters: Seiki 40-inch class LCD HDTV: $299.99; RCA 32-inch class LCD HDTV: $249.99; Sony DVD player: $29.99; Fujifilm AV200 digital camera: $49.99; Canon MP280 all-in-one printer: $34.99; Velocity Cruz R102 eReader: $69.99

Walmart: 32-inch Emerson LCD TV: $188; 40-inch Emerson LCD TV: $248; LG Blu-ray player: $49; Kodak C1450 digital camera: $49; HP DJ-1051 all-in-one printer: $19

Target: 46-inch Westinghouse LCD HDTV: $298; 40-inch Element LCD HDTV: $265; 4GB XBOX 360 game system: $139.99 (save $60); Memorex DVD player: $19.99; Casio 61-key electric keyboard: $59 (save $40)

Best Buy: 42-inch Sharp LCD HDTV: $199.99; 32-inch Samsung LCD HDTV: $277.99; Toshiba Smart Blu-ray disc player: $39.99; Multimedia Novel 7-inch eReader: $69.99

TOYS

Kmart: Door busters: kids’ games: $6.99; assorted Leap Frog toys: $15; all Fisher Price Laugh & Learn toys: buy one, get one free; Fisher Price Little People and Imaginenext toys: buy one, get one 50 percent off

Toys R Us: Door busters: My Baby Alive doll: $22.49; Leapfrog Leapster 2: $24.99; Power Wheels Boss or Barbie 12-volt Ford Mustangs: $199.99 (save $120); Power Wheels Lil’ Kawasaki Sport Quad or Barbie Lil’ Trail Rider: $49.99 (save $50)

Walmart: Next 12-inch boys’ cobra or girls’ buttercup bike: $29; Next 16-inch girls’ buttercup or boys’ cobra bike: $35; X Games 12-Volt ATV, 12-Volt Really Cool Convertible and Jeep Wrangler or Barbie Jeep 6-Volt Ride-On: $99 each; Bratz, Barbie Princess, Barbie Shopper and Disney Princess Fashion dolls: $5 each; New Bright radio-controlled Hummer, Ram, Corvette or Mustang: $20 each

Target: Mini Cooper battery-powered ride-on: $99 (save $60);

COMPUTERS

OfficeMax: Toshiba Satellite laptop with AMD dual-core E-450 accelerated processor: $299.99 and HP laptop with Intel Core i3-370M processor: $389.99

Office Depot: HP laptop with Intel Pentium processor: $349.99; Gateway laptop with AMD dual-core A4 processor with Turbocore technology: $299.99 and Toshiba laptop with Intel Core i3 processor: $399.99

Walmart: HP AMD dual-core laptop: $248; Compaq Presario AMD dual-core laptop: $198

Staples: HP laptop with Intel Celeron processor: $299.99; HP laptop with Intel Core i3 processor: $399.99

Best Buy: Samsung laptop with Intel Pentium Processor: $299.99

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All major retailers. How

All major retailers. How about shopping at LOCALY OWNED small businesses?

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