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Black Friday Deals Come Early to Newegg.com

Newegg.com gets in on the Black Friday deals online.

Black Friday is coming up fast, and deals are hotly circulating the internet. As multiple retailers vie for your business, many of them have released preview deals to entice buyers. Newegg.com is no exception. They currently have Black Friday Preview sale going on now. The sale began at 12:01am Pacific time on Monday, November 25th, and will last for 72 hours.

PC components

While consoles and consoles are getting a lot of deals with next-gen releases, Newegg.com doesn't forget about the PC gamers:

  • Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge Quad-Core Desktop Processor - $199.99 (off $219.99)
  • G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2x8GB) DDR Desktop Memory $109.99 (off $139.99)
  • ASUS Black 23.6" HD LCD Monitor $129.99 ($109.99 with a $20 mail in rebate) (off $209.99)
  • PNY 2.5" 240GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive $169.99 (off $219.99)
  • Samsung Black 27" Widescreen LCD Monitor $199.99 (off $239.99)
  • AMD FX-4130 Zambezi 3.8GHz Quad-Core Desktop Processor $79.99 (off $99.99)
  • Plus more.
Entertainment and Mobile Deals

Deals for tablets and living room deals (like televisions and audio set-ups) are not lost among the many computer deals Newegg.com has to offer. Here are a few of the great entertainment deals:

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Android Tablet $299.00 (off $399.00)
  • Westinghouse 22" LED-LCD HDTV $129.99 ($109.99 after $20 mail in rebate) (off $199.99)
  • Samsung 5.1 Channel Home Theater System $169.99 (off $249.99)
  • Acer LED Portable Projector HDMI 3D-ready $349.99 (off $479.99)
  • Plus more.

Email subscribers do have some deals that have promo codes to get, but not all the deals have these. Be sure to check out all of Newegg.com's great Black Friday deals on their Black Friday Preview sale.

Published Nov. 25th 2013
  • JohnHeatz
    Featured Correspondent
    Sad that they aren't giving the deals I need right now! Need them to do some amazing deals on gaming desktops to see if I'm finally able to afford one!
  • Mary Yeager
    Senior Intern
    I'm totally in the same boat. I need the whole machine, not just components.
  • JohnHeatz
    Featured Correspondent
    I just thought about building it myself, which if I lived in the US would be way cheaper, but if I purchase per component, each shipping will be charged, more taxes for importing the items to my country and so on...so it would be either the same price or more expensive, which is sort of ridiculous
  • Mary Yeager
    Senior Intern
    Ah, that does suck.

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