women frantically shop -- holiday savingsBlack Friday may be over but the deals most certainly are not. National retailers continue to roll out promotions and with each week closer to Christmas, the holiday savings are just a little bit sweeter.

Best Buy is offering up to $200 off on select TVs, and if you haven't seen the chain's deal of the day offerings, it's taken to giving a free smartphone with a new two-year contract. The phone brand and carrier is changing daily -- yesterday, it was an iPhone 3GS -- but if you or someone in your family is willing to sign a service contract, it's a price that's tough to beat in this product category.Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 and 11, Sears is featuring a Kenmore 25-cubic-foot French door fridge for $999.99, regularly priced at $1,999.99 (while supplies last). And $10 off any apparel or accessories purchase of $50 of more. Download the coupon at Sears.com. All boots are also on sale, including Lands' End.

Target is dropping prices on gaming goods and offering bundles. The retailer dropped the price of a Wii system to $179.99 from $199.99. Toys R Us continues its holiday run with four more days of sales, complete with doorbusters Friday, Dec. 10 from 3 p.m.-midnight, and Saturday, Dec. 11 from 6 a.m.-1 p.m. (while supplies last), including:
  • 30% off all Fisher-Price Ocean Wonders Deep Blue Sea Toys
  • 30% off LeapFrog Leapster 2 -- was $49.99; now $34.99
  • 25% off Bakugan Battle Arena, Brawler's Game Pack or Bakumorph figure
  • 25% off select Fisher-Price Little People Playsets -- was $39.99; now $29.99
  • Buy one get two free on all Crayola Crayons, markers and pencils
The sales continue at Toys R Us through Monday Dec. 13 with half off items like LEGO Bionicle Construction Sets and Disney coloring books, and 60% off all WowWee Alive Cubs and Disney Princess 8-Piece collections.

There's just two more weekends until Christmas.

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