Sears Black Friday 2014 Sale

Sears will have deals on appliances, consumer electronics, TVs, cameras, tools, clothing, jewelry, etc. This year their stores open at 4am and will remain one of the most popular Black Friday 2012 destinations because of their wide variety or products. Sears actually opens their doors on 8pm Thursday. Due to the length of the ad we've placed the Thursday Doorbusters here.

Thu: 8:00 PM | Fri: 4:00 AM | Sat: | Sun:

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Like many stores, Sears is opening their doors earlier than ever this year, with incredible deals rolling in at 8 PM on Thanksgiving night. As in year’s past, the store will begin offering tiered doorbuster deals at 8 PM and then again at 4 AM.

The 8 PM doorbusters, which could be easily snagged right after a nice dinner, include a Proscan DVD player for only $9.99 and a 32” HDTV for less than $100. Put those two together and you have the ultimate holiday entertainment gift for only a fraction of what comparable television sets would cost on any other day of the year.

Friday doorbusters, which go on sale at 4 AM, include a Craftsman drill set for only $29.99. Additional sales include 20% off the highly coveted, KitchenAid Standing Pro 500 series mixer. For those who aren’t quite ready for the professional grade KitchenAid, Sears is offering the same discount on every standing mixer in the store.

Of course, these doorbuster deals are only the beginning of the stores massive 64 page ad. This year Sears is offering more than just a Black Friday sale. The popular department store is set to offer a mega-sale spanning two complete days, lasting over 24 hours, and packed with fantastic deals from some of the nation’s favorite brands.

The Sears ad is packed with clothing for the entire family, tools, appliances, and more. This is a great time to purchase gifts, replace aging appliances, and stock up on warm winter clothing to last everyone through the coming months. Best of all, many of these deals begin as early as 8 PM on the night of Thanksgiving, so you do not have to stay up all night long or wait in line in the pre-dawn cold to enjoy the savings.