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Kohl’s Black Friday Sale 2010 starts at 3 am for Early Bird Shoppers

Kohl’s Black Friday Sale 2010 starts at 3 am for Early Bird Shoppers

Kohl's website announced Black Friday Sales start at 3 am

(Best Syndication News) - The earlybird sales for Kohl’s Black Friday Sale 2010 will open their stores at 3 am Friday morning and the doorbuster sale will conclude at 1 pm. If you can’t wait Kohl’s doors to open you can shop online with 400 items on special on their website at kohls.com. In addition to the great sales prices you can get $10 of Kohl’s Cash for every $50 you spend between November 24 and November 28 at stores, and between November 29 through December 6.

If you are shopping online at kohls.com for two days only you can get free standard shipping if you purchase totals $75.

Here are some of the Doorbuster deals that will be going on at Kohl’s this Black Friday between 3 am to 1 pm.

The Sharper Image Literati eBook reader is on sale for $99.99 after a $30 mail in rebate. You’ll pay $129.99 before tax and then mail in the $30 rebate. The regular price for the electronic ebook reader sells for $249.99.

Toys are going to be 50 percent off for major brand names such as Fisher-Price, Playskool, Barbie, Littlest Pet Shop, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Tonka, Little Tikes, Crayola, and Playdoh. The sale prices range from $1.49 - $49.99 (reg. prices $2.99 - $99.99)

Diamond jewelry is on sale 55 – 60 percent off for their early bird Black Friday Sale. They have a choice of a 2 carat total weight diamond bracelet or a balck and white diamond reversible heart pendant set in sterling silver for $99.99 each. (reg. price $500 or $575). There are also ¼ carat total weight diamond solitaire earrings 14k gold for $79.99 for the pair (reg. price $250 per pair).

Juniors and Kids have boots on sale. They have $19.99 boots for juniors (reg price $49.99 - $64.99) featuring So and Candies brands in their earlybird sale. The boots for kids are $13.99 with Sonoma life & style and Alexah brands for girls featured (reg. price $39.99 - $49.99).

Kohl’s is discounting their entire selection of video games 30 percent off. They have Nintendo Wii or Nintendo DS games. The sale prices range $13.99 - $27.99 (reg. price $19.99 - $39.99).

A reversible down alternative comforter is on sale for $24.99 which regularly sells between $99.99 - $119.99. Kohl’s said that these comforters are only while supplies last and there are no rainchecks.

Kohl’s has their entire stock of Apt. 9 brand cashmere sweaters for misses on sale for $34.99 (reg. price $100). There are also 55 – 60 percent off their entire stock of long-sleeved knit & fleece tops, sweaters and golf apparel for men on sale.

Kohl’s small appliances in the Black Friday sale $9.99 each includes your choice of a Hamilton Beach 12-cup programmable coffeemaker, a Rival 5 quart programmable slowcooker, a Bella Kitchen rotating Belgian wafflemaker, or a Presto Cool Touch 10.5x20.5” griddle.

To check out all the sale items for Kohl’s Black Friday 2010 Thanksgiving Sale you can visit their website at www.kohls.com.

By: N Wilson

Sears Sam’s Club and K-Mart Black Friday Sales and Thanksgiving Day Doorbusters

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(Best Syndication News) Sam’s Club, Sears and K-Mart will be offering deep discounts on electronics, clothing, and other products this black Friday. Sears will be open on Thanksgiving Day from 7AM to Noon. K-Mart will be open longer on Thanksgiving.

Sears is offering tools, wide-screen TVs, game consoles, digital cameras and more. The retailer is offering a PlayStation (160 GB PS3) bundle which includes “Uncharted 2: Among Thieves” and “The Karate Kid”. The bundle is being sold for $299.

Sears also has 32 inch to 46 inch LCD HDTVs. Other electronics include MP3 players, DVD players and e-Readers.

Dishwasher Recall list includes GE Profile and Monogram Brands Recalled due to Fire Danger

Dishwasher Recall – GE Profile and Monogram Brands Recalled due to Fire Danger

Inside GE Dishwasher - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - GE along with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary recall for approximately 174,000 GE Profile and GE Monogram brand dishwashers because of a potential fire danger. There have been five consumers that have reported fires from these recalled dishwashers.

There is a problem with water condensation which can get onto the electronic control board. This can then cause a short circuit which could cause a connector to overheat and possibly catch on fire. Because of the seriousness of the problem the CPSC recommends consumers that have the recalled dishwashers to stop using it and to disconnect the power by shutting off the circuit breaker or fuse until you can get the problem fixed or resolved with GE.

Graco Baby Stroller Recall Model List – Strangulation Deaths prompts Company to offer Free Repair

Graco Baby Stroller Recall Model List – Strangulation Deaths prompts Company to offer Free Repair

Graco Quattro Tour and Metrolite strollers being recalled - CPSC.gov

(Best Syndication News) - Graco Children’s Products Inc. along with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have announced a voluntary recall because of two versions of baby strollers that can cause strangulation. These recalled strollers have strangled to death four infants and five more had close calls and had receive minor cuts or bruises. The recall includes around 2 million of the Graco baby strollers and the company is offering a free repair kit. In the mean time the company and the CPSC is asking consumers that may have the recalled baby strollers to stop using them until they have been properly repaired. You can still use the stroller if you use it as a travel system, which is when the car seat being used.

If the baby isn't strapped in to the stroller, those under 12 months of age can fall through the opening of the tray and the seat bottom and the head and neck can become stuck which can further put the baby at risk for strangulation.

Ryobi Recalls Cordless Power Drills for possible Fire Hazard

Ryobi Recalls Cordless Power Drills for possible Fire Hazard

Ryobi Cordless Drill - cpsc.gov

(Best Syndication News) - Ryobi Technologies Inc. along with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a voluntary recall of 455,000 cordless power drills because the switch could overheat and could catch fire. Because of the overheating a person using the drill could possibly get burned.

The Ryobi Cordless Power Drill that is being recalled is the HP 1802M model. You can find the model number on the white label on the right side of the drill. The cordless drills were sold at Home Depot stores between January 2001 to July 2003 at a price around $100.

There have been 47 reports that the company has received about the cordless drills overheating, and started to catch on fire, catching on fire, and also melting the plastic on the drill. There have been 12 reports that have caused other property damage to homes or to their vehicles. Two people have been reported to have received minor burns from the hot switch on the drill.

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