Local Black Friday deals

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Ann Taylor at Rockefeller Center
Special hours: midnight to 6 a.m. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) A chance to win $1,000 shopping spree 2) Raffles every hour
600 Fifth Ave.,
212-922-3621
www.anntaylor.com

Time Warner Center
Special hours: Doors open at 9 a.m. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) Free exclusive tote bag when you spend $75 or more in Whole Foods Market’s Whole Body department 2) Swarovski’s Nectar Pendant and Earring set for $95 (save $95)
10 Columbus Circle
212-823-6300
www.theshopsatcolumbuscircle.com

Woodley & Bunny
Special hours: Doors open at 9 a.m. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) 15 percent off entire purchase 2) Receive a free bottle of Rescue Repair Cream (worth $38) with every purchase of complete Swedish Skincare Systems Holiday Gift Set
196 N. 10th St., Brooklyn
718-218-6588
www.woodleyandbunny.com

Scoop NYC
Special hours: Doors will open at 9 a.m. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) 25 percent off everything (sale and full price)
473 Broadway
212-925-3539
Sales extend to other locations.
www.scoopnyc.com

Macy’s
Special hours: Doors open at midnight. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) Special 40 percent off all regular-priced coffeemakers, teakettles and espresso-makers 2) Special    20 percent off all Godiva     Confections
151 W. 34th St.
212-695-4400
Sales extend to other locations.
www.macys.com

Toys R Us
Special hours: Doors open on Thursday at 9 p.m. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) Furreal Friends Butterscotch Pony for $99.99 (save $100) 2) Free $50 gift card for every purchase of Apple iPod touch
1514 Broadway
646-366-8800
Sales extend to other locations.
www.toysrus.com

Disney Store
Special hours: Doors open at 7 a.m. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) Black Friday deals at $10, $15 and $20 for toys, gifts and stocking stuffers.
1540 Broadway
212-626-2910
Sales extend to other locations.
www.disneystore.com

BestBuy
Special hours: Doors open at midnight. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) Sharp 42” Class LCD 1080 HDTV for $199.99 2) Garmin Nuvi 40LM GPS for $84.99 (save $65)
622 Broadway
212-673-4067
Sales extend to other locations.
www.bestbuy.com

BJ’s Wholesale Club
Special hours: Doors open at 7 a.m. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) Nikon D5100 Digital SLR Camera Bundle (save $320) 2) Duraflame 1,000 Watt Infrared Heater (save $50)
66-26 Metropolitan Ave., Flushing
718-326-9080
www.bjs.com

Gamestop
Special hours: Doors open at midnight. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) New “Super Mario Bros”; Nintendo Wii Bundle for $149.99.
2) Nintendo 3DS for $169.99
100 W. 33rd St.
212-564-2432
Sales extend to other locations.
www.gamestop.com

JCPenney
Special hours: Doors open at 4 a.m. Promotions that caught our eye: 1) Coffeemaker, slow cooker, griddle or waffler for $9.88 each after $10 mail-in rebate (save $40 to $50) 2) Four-piece luggage set for $39.88 (save $160)
901 Sixth Ave.
212-295-6120
www.jcpenney.com

Target
Special hours: Doors open at midnight.
Promotions that caught our eye: 1) Westinghouse VR-4625 46” 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV for $298 (save $250) 2) Xbox 360 4GB Console for $139.99 (save $60)
517 E. 117th St.
212-835-0860
Sales extend to other locations.
www.target.com

Kohl’s
Special hours: Doors open at midnight.
Promotions that caught our eye:
1) Vivitar 12.1MP HD digital video camcorder for $59.99 (save $90)
2) iHome IA91 clock radio and audio system for $89.99 (save $30)
61-35 Junction Blvd., Queens
718-271-8400
www.kohls.com

Lowe’s
Special hours:
Doors open at 5 a.m.
Promotions that caught our eye:
1) Whirlpool’s high-efficiency washer and electric dryer for $698 (save $250)
2) Char-Griller Duo 3-Burner Gas and Charcoal Grill for $199 (save $100)
118 Second Ave., Brooklyn
718-249-1151
www.lowes.com


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