Post Your Black Friday TV Deals

Tomorrow marks American Thanksgiving and unlike my fictional friend Robin on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, this Canadian TV Addict is under no illusion about which Thanksgiving Holiday is better.

American Thanksgiving has it all. The parade, football and turkey — not to mention the biggest shopping day of the year. And let’s face it, nothing says ‘holiday season’ like a stampede of thousands lined up outside a Wal-Mart at 5AM, ready to tackle anything that moves for a $25 DVD player [totally worth it by the way!]

That said, we at thought we’d leave this space free to post some of your favorite Black Friday deals for the TV Addict in your life.

I’ll start us off with 2 Must Own DVD Seasons that you don’t even have to leave your house to pick up. VERONICA MARS Season 1 and Season 2 for only $14.99!

Happy Thanksgiving

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  • Tim G.

    Sadly I’ll be working black friday. I don’t start til 9:30 so maybe I’ll go watch the crazies flood Wal-Mart or Best Buy.

    A couple years ago when I worked at Best Buy in the Media section of the store we would have to show up earlier than most of the other departments to set up new items and such. I would be getting to work at 6 AM on Tuesdays for a 10 AM store opening because of new releases in music and movies.

    What made me quit was that on Black Friday I was scheduled to work from 2 am til 10 am.

  • SimplyKimberly

    I am not that into saving a few bucks. I will be sleeping in on Black Friday and ordering all of my gifts via online retailers. They ship them to my mother’s house so I don’t have to transport them when Christmas rolls around. I cannot stand big stores with big crowds. I will pay a little extra to shop from the comfort of my own home.

  • nctodc

    Is it cool to buy TV on DVD during the writers’ strike? I was debating this last week when Best Buy had West Wing and Veronica Mars for $15.

  • Jason the TVaholic

    I saw the Veronica Mars DVD sets at Amazon yesterday and just couldn’t pass them up at $14.99 each. They are scheduled for delivery on Monday and could come in handy, should the strike negotiations scheduled to begin again on Monday, as well, not lead to anything fruitful in the near future. Here’s hoping that both sides get their act together and solve this sooner rather than later.

  • nctodc

    The first three seasons of the Sopranos at Wal-mart for $20.