Black Friday is coming early! Starting this weekend of November 5th, major retailers will begin offering “Super Saturday” sales as they count down to Black Friday weekend.
Wal-Mart will host its “Super Saturday” event on Nov. 5 from 11 a.m. until midnight. Deals include: Xbox 360 250GB Console with Kinect, $399 plus a $50 Walmart Gift Card; Nook Color, Rollback $199, originally $249; and LG 47″ Class LED TV, $698.

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Amazon’s Black Friday hub is officially open for business. The Black Friday Deals store will feature discounts on hundreds of items like digital cameras, video games, movies, tools, watches, jewelry, clothing and more, through Black Friday. Upcoming deals include: Logitech webcam, Sony digital photo frame and Belkin Bluetooth In-Car Adaptor..

Best Buy
With little fanfare or notice, Best Buy officially launched its “Shop Early Save Big Event,” which will take place Friday and Saturday only both in store and online. The two-day only sale includes a $100 gift card with the purchase of either the Xbox 360 Kinect 4GB console bundle or Xbox 360 Kinect 250GB console bundle.

Other deals include: Dynex 42-inch LCD HDTV for $399.99, originally $499.99; eMachines Laptop for $199, a $150 savings; Motorola XOOM for $359.99, from $399.99; and Insignia Camcorder for $60, originally $99.99.

Toys’R’ Us
Toys ‘R’ Us will start its door busters Friday at 3 p.m. through midnight, and Saturday from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Some noteworthy deals include: Buy one, get one 50%-off all video games under $20; Xbox 360 Kinect with $50 gift card; and 50%-off Littlest Pet Shop Rescue Tails Center Playset.
Target doesn’t typically offer pre-Black Friday deals the first weekend in November, but it seems the discounter will feature a few door busters this weekend. Acer 11.6-inch Notebook and Westinghouse 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV will be on sale this Saturday for $197, according to a leaked ad.