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Circuit City Black Friday Blu-ray Deals

Posted by Mehar Gill on November 16, 2008 
Filed Under: Blu-ray, Circuit City, Deals, Format War, Hardware, Retailers, Software, Studios



Circuit City’s Black Friday list was revealed yesterday, media enthusiasts will be pleased! Here are a few items we feel are worth a mention:

Blu-ray Players

  • Samsung BDP-1500 BD-Live: $199 Regular: $250
  • Sony 40″ 1080p LCD HDTV & Sony Blu-Ray Player Bundle (Model # KDL40V4100 and BDPS350) – $1,199.98
  • Sony 46″ 1080p LCD HDTV & Sony Blu-ray Player Bundle (Model # KDL46V4100 and BDPS350) – $1,499.98

Blu-ray Movies

$8.99

  • Trading Places
  • Flags Of Our Fathers: 2 Disc Special Edition Blu-Ray – $8.99
  • Aeon Flux Blu-Ray – $8.99
  • The Untouchables: Special Collectors Edition

And others not listed

$11.99

  • A Clockwork Orange
  • American Psycho
  • First Blood
  • Reservoir Dogs
  • SAW
  • King Of New York Blu-Ray Disc
  • Terminator 2
  • Stargate
  • Stir of Echoes
  • Swordfish
  • The Aviator
  • The Devils Rejects
  • The Punisher
  • The Shinning
  • Total Recall

And others not listed

$17.99

  • 007: Dr. No
  • Fantastic 4: Rise Of The Silver Surfer
  • Crank
  • Bank Job

And others not listed

Others

If you want to get your feet wet in the digital downloads ring, Circuit City is selling the Xbox 360 Arcade along with a 20GB HD and controller for $199.99! For $100 you can upgrade and get the Premium console with a 60GB HD, 2 Games, and a $30 gift card (I’d use it ASAP).

Anyone interested in Circuit City’s offerings? Why not head down and help out a dying chain?

[Via Black Friday]

Related posts:

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  2. Circuit City Sunday Ad September 7th 2008
  3. Amazon Black Friday Blu-ray Sales
  4. Circuit City Sunday Ad September 28th 2008
  5. Black Friday Deal Roundup

Comments

5 Responses to “Circuit City Black Friday Blu-ray Deals”

  1. Ryan on November 16th, 2008 9:49 pm

    You technically would not be helping out a dying chain since most companies lose money on their black friday deals, and more things normally on sale than you’d think. The idea is that when you’re in looking for the deals, you’ll stumble upon other things you want and they can make money on.

  2. Mehar Gill on November 17th, 2008 1:18 pm

    @Ryan – Yea it depends on how much the stores buy it for I guess, I highly doubt Circuit City is selling most of this at a loss since so far they have the “biggest selection” of Black Friday items.

  3. Ryan on November 20th, 2008 7:02 pm

    Trust me, almost anything in that week’s ad is being sold at a loss, or breaking even. Especially anything you say “What a great deal, I’ll be there at 4 am in the freezing cold” for. There are some items that are not though, it’s just hard to decipher what those are, and even then the profit margin is low.

  4. Ryan on November 20th, 2008 7:03 pm

    Keep in mind, you generally only get to go to one “doorbuster” sale, per the laws of physics. The stores are banking on your not leaving and finding parking somewhere else, so you’ll shop more while you’re there.

    Sorry for the double post, I hit enter accidentally. :)

  5. Jon on November 25th, 2008 4:10 pm

    Except that as an electronics/music instrument dealer I can tell you for a fact that most wholesalers drop prices to dealers for black friday specials. Circuit City is NOT losing money on these. One of my wholesalers had that Samsung blu player on special for black friday deals for $175.00. They certainly are not getting rich off these items but they ARE making money.

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