Kmart Black Friday & Thanksgiving deals for tablets, TVs, Monster High dolls, WWE toys, more

Kmart wants you to shop at its store on Thanksgiving night and Black Friday morning and is offering different doorbusters each day.

Kmart will be open from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Thanksgiving night (into Black Friday).

The front page of their ad is offering a 42" RCA LED HDTV for $299. However, Office Depot is offering a 39" Westinghouse HDTV for $179.99 and Target is offering a 50" HDTV for $229.

Kmart's front page is also offering Monster High dolls for 50% off, when you buy one. (That's 25% off two.) BUT they don't list the price. Target has the dolls for $10. Again, I can't tell you which deal is better since Kmart is not listing its price.

Kmart is offering an 8" Zeki, Google-certified, tablet for $79.99. That's $60 off. Before you buy, check out the tablets on sale at Office Depot, Best Buy and other locations.

If you like buying PJs for the kids for the holidays, Kmart has Joe Boxer kids pajamas for $8. (That's $6.99 off.)

On Black Friday, starting at 6.a.m., Kmart is offering:

- Seiki 32" HDTV for $169 (Walmart has a 32" TV on Thursday for $98)

- Buy one, get one free on WWE toys

I wasn't able to see other deals because of the odd way the ad was scanned. See the ad:

One more offer at Kmart for Thanksgiving weekend, all footwear is buy one, get one free Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Important note, Kmart is offering "member prices" on some items. The membership is free, but signing up will likely take a couple minutes, meaning lines may take even longer as people sign up. Personally, sounds like a bad move to me on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Why don't they just give everyone the discounted price?

However, Annette wrote and said she loves the rewards card because she gets points she can redeem for a discount on a future purchase.

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