Best Buy announces Daily Deals, confirms Black Friday ad!

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This morning, Best Buy confirmed the doorbusters WalletPop covered in our last Black Friday roundup and also announced a new "Daily Deal" promotion that kicks off on December 7th. The doorbuster confirmation comes on top of the numerous deals which are already live on Best Buy's website and adds; a 50" Plasma HDTV for $899, Wii games for $9.99 and many other deals starting at 5 AM on Black Friday.

Best Buy will also be offering many of their Black Friday deals online starting at 2 AM EST on Friday as well as participating in Cyber Monday on December 1st; but the real treat is that they will be serving up a new deal, every day, from December 7th through the 18th! On each of these days, Best Buy will offer one deal of "excellent value" at BestBuy.com until it is sold out. Best Buy hasn't revealed what these items will be, but it is likely that these sales will involve deep discounts and low quantities so be ready to click, click click!

One deal per day promotions aren't new; Woot.com is a popular online retailer that offers up anything from exercise bikes to "bags of crap" one day at a time and Amazon will again be running a "Ridiculous Deals" promotion with steep discounts on a limited number of items from November 28th through December 4th. Best Buy, however, is one of the first traditional retailers to embrace this new sales method and is expected to come out swinging with low prices for the 11 day event.

Be sure to stay abreast of the latest Black Friday news by checking on WalletPop's Black Friday Deals page early and often!

Latest Black Friday Shots

    On Nov. 28, Nintendo will release a duo of limited-edition Nintendo DS(TM) bundles, each pairing a Nintendo DS game title with a hand-held system in a bold new color. The Mario(TM) Red Nintendo DS bundle includes a red system emblazoned with a familiar M for Mario, and a copy of New Super Mario Bros(TM). The Ice Blue Nintendo DS comes with a custom carrying case and the popular Brain Age(TM): Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day. Each bundle sells at an MSRP of $149.99. (Photo: Business Wire)

    BUSINESS WIRE

    On Nov. 28, Nintendo will release a duo of limited-edition Nintendo DS(TM) bundles, each pairing a Nintendo DS game title with a hand-held system in a bold new color. The Mario(TM) Red Nintendo DS bundle includes a red system emblazoned with a familiar M for Mario, and a copy of New Super Mario Bros(TM). The Ice Blue Nintendo DS comes with a custom carrying case and the popular Brain Age(TM): Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day. Each bundle sells at an MSRP of $149.99. (Photo: Business Wire)

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    A girl plays in front of a sale sign posted at clothing store in Daly City, Calif., Monday, Nov. 24, 2008. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

    AP

    A free personalization promotion is seen inside a holiday-themed store in New York's Bryant Park November 24, 2008. Facing a slew of bad economic news as the holiday shopping season approaches, small independent retailers and boutiques are adjusting strategies and inventories to attract customers' money, and lure them away from the major chains. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)

    Reuters

    Women shop for hats at Nirvana Designs in New York's Bryant Park November 24, 2008. Facing a slew of bad economic news as the holiday shopping season approaches, small independent retailers and boutiques are adjusting strategies and inventories to attract customers' money, and lure them away from the major chains. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)

    Reuters

    A woman is seen shopping at the Anna Sabino jewelry boutique in New York's Bryant Park November 24, 2008. Facing a slew of bad economic news as the holiday shopping season approaches, small independent retailers and boutiques are adjusting strategies and inventories to attract customers' money, and lure them away from the major chains. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)

    Reuters

    SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 21: A pedestrian walks by a holiday themed window display November 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Retailers are gearing up for what is predicted to be a dismal holiday shopping season as the country struggles through a rough economy. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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    SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 21: Shoppers are seen reflected in a window at a Macy's store as they look at a holiday themed window display November 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Retailers are gearing up for what is predicted to be a dismal holiday shopping season as the country struggles through a rough economy. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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    SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 21: A shopper carries a bag from Macy's as she walks down Market Street November 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Retailers are gearing up for what is predicted to be a dismal holiday shopping season as the country struggles through a rough economy. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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    SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 21: A sign advertising holiday gifts is set up outside of a store November 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. Retailers are gearing up for what is predicted to be a dismal holiday shopping season as the country struggles through a rough economy. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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