READY TO GO: Local retailers prepare for Black Friday madness

Published: Monday, November 19, 2012 at 16:59 PM.

Just a few miles down the road at Target, doors open at 9 p.m., and shoppers can expect to find plenty of deals on everything from TVs and iPads to video games and cameras.

Shoppers can find a Nikon L310 digital camera for $99.99; an Apex 32-inch LCD TV for $147; and a Nook Simple Touch E-Reader for $49. While supplies last, Target will have doorbuster deals, such as a 50-inch LCD TV for $349 and a Blu-Ray player for $69.99.

Silver Sands Premium Outlets is ready for more Midnight Madness: The outlet-wide sale kicks off at midnight as Thanksgiving ends and runs through Sunday with a wide range of extraordinary savings, early-bird offers and more. Sales begin Friday at midnight and run through 10 p.m., then kick off again Saturday at 8 a.m.

Retailers throughout Destin Commons will be offering up deep discounts as part of the outdoor mall’s Black Friday promotions. The center will open at 8 a.m. for anxious shoppers. In addition to the blockbuster deals, former presidential candidate and Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee will be signing copies of his newest book, “Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlet,” at Books-A-Million Nov. 23 at 2 p.m.

For those looking to meet jolly old St. Nick, Bass Pro Shops is the place to be. Children can have their picture taken with Santa Claus while sipping on hot chocolate. Bass Pro Shops will open at 5 a.m. Nov. 23, featuring tremendous sales, such as $10 jeans, fleece and other apparel, Store Manager Ryan Cox told The Log.

“We are going to have some good deals on hunting and fishing items as well,” he said.

Shoppers looking to beat the Black Friday madness can get an early start at Bass Pro, as they will be rolling out their 5-day sale beginning today, with everything from jackets and GPS devices to binoculars and turkey fryers discounted.



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