The Black Friday ads for HP, CVS and Petco are all out as stores are busy getting ready for Black Friday 2019! Here are some of the featured deals from the ad scans that we have seen:
HP – The HP Black Friday ad is out and we have it. The sale starts on Thanksgiving Day online, with free shipping and easy returns. Featured Doorbusters on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday include an HP 15t Laptop for $480, an HP 15z Laptop for $250 and an HP ENVY Desktop (TE01-0150xt) for $400. Other doorbuster items include an $800 HP Spectre x360 Laptop 13t touch, a $430 HP Pavilion 15z Laptop, and a $430 HP 15t Value Laptop. There are plenty of other laptop and desktop computers, including gaming laptop and PC options such as HP OMEN computers, as well. Toward the middle of the ad there are also savings of between $50 to $150 and HP Chromebook computers, followed by discounts on HP Monitors including savings of up to $500 on Dual HP Monitor Bundles.
CVS – The CVS Black Friday ad has leaked for 2019 and we have tracked down a copy of the two pages. CVS stores will be open on Thanksgiving Day and the sale will run from Thursday until Saturday. The front page of the ad includes everything from deep discounts on christmas gifts and stocking stuffers, such as a Giant 36 pc. Mickey Mouse Holiday Express Train set, LOL Bubbly Surprise, makeup, and a Conair hair dryer. It also includes an essentially free 23andMe genetic DNA starter kit (you pay $29.99 and get that amount in ExtraBucks Rewards for your next purchase). It also offers plenty of sales on
Petco – The Petco Black Friday ad is also out but we do not yet have a copy of the ad scan here on Funtober. We have posted about the best deals already on the page and will get the ad scan up soon (expected tomorrow – November 4th). The sale will run Friday and Saturday.
Next week will be a big one for the release of ads as they start to ramp up even further. We are expecting to see JCP, Target, Staples and maybe even Dicks Sporting Goods next week. Best Buy and Walmart are both expected the week after, but who knows when it could be leaked! With Thanksgiving falling at the end of November, they may decide to release it early rather than push it back so stay tuned. Click here to see the rest of our projected Black Friday ad release dates.