Office Depot and OfficeMax released their 2017 Black Friday ads featuring laptops, monitors, gaming devices and electronics on sale for holiday shopping.
The stores, owned by the same company, will offer online and in-store deals this season.
Online deals start at 12:01 a.m. on Thanksgiving; in-store deals start at 7:45 a.m. on Black Friday. Office Depot and Office Max are both closed on Thanksgiving.
- HP 14-inch Laptop with Intel Inside - $167.99
- 64GB SanDisk Ultra Plus memory card with adapter - $18.99
- Razor Dirt Rocket MX 350 Dirt Bike - $189.99
- Canon EOS Rebel T6 DSLR camera bundle with 2 lenses and case - $449.99
- Dell 23.6-inch FHD Gaming Monitor - $99.99
- NuVision Kickstand 11 Draw WiFi tablet with detachable keyboard - $199.99
- HP OfficeJet Pro 3833 wireless print, copy, scan and fax - $39.99
Staples also released a Black Friday ad on Wednesday. Staples stores are closed on Thanksgiving, but open at 7 a.m. on Black Friday.
- HP Stream 14-inch w/ Intel Celeron, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage & WIN10 - $199.99
- Dell 27-inch Monitor- $99.99
- Instax Mini 9 Flamingo Pink Instant Camera + Free Fujifilm Instax Mini Rainbow Film - $59.99
- Amazon Fire 7-inch Tablet w/ Alexa, 8GB RAM, Fire OS - $29.99
- Dell i5567-7526GRY 15.6-inch Laptop Computer (Intel i7, 256GB SSD, 8GB DDR4, Win 10, Intel® HD graphics 620) - $599.99
- Propel Batwing Microdrone - $24.49
- Amazon Kindle 6-inch WiFi Paperwhite - $89
Other Black Friday advertisements:
- Black Friday 2017: Macy’s ad released, hours announced; deals on clothes, housewares and appliances
- Black Friday 2017: Best Buy releases ad with 50 pages of deals
- Black Friday 2017: Target ad released; Belk, Costco, BJ’s also out
- Black Friday 2017: Costco ad deals on laptops, TVs and more just leaked
- Black Friday 2017: Dell announces deals on laptops and more
- Black Friday 2017: Some toy 'books,' holiday ads released
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