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Black Friday: Kmart ad leaked

40-page circular has a ton of doorbusters; toys are 50% off.

By TracyC Nov 3, 2009 7:48PM

Bargain hunters may find a few items for their holiday shopping list in Kmart’s leaked Black Friday ad.


The 40-page circular hit online deal sites Monday with a huge number of Friday doorbusters and some Saturday-only deals. A few merit a mention: the Sony Bravia 32-inch LCD HDTV for $379 (regularly $499); two new Xbox 360 games, Brutal Legend and Dragon Age, for $39.99 (usually $49.99); and the Nintendo DSI bundle with five games for $169.99 (a bundle with one game usually goes for $149.99.)


With shoppers expected to purchase fewer toys this year, plenty are doorbusters, like the WowWee FlyTech Bladestar for $14.99, down from $40. And a ton of toys are priced at 50% off, including the $17.49 Fisher-Price Handy Manny fix-it motorcycle.


It makes you wonder what toys will be selling for mid-December …


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