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Looking for a sweet deal — and I mean really sweet — on a television? You know, the big, flat-screen variety that’s all the rage. A deal that’s worth camping out for hours on a strip-mall merchant’s doorstep a dark, cold Black Friday morning? If so, be sure to visit CheapCheapCheap.com for a review of the top doorbuster deals on televisions.

Site creator Albert Ko scours sales fliers and Web sites to find the deals, the greatest and the not-so-great. He’s posted his top five picks for best TV deals — lead by a Sony Bravia 46-inch liquid-crystal display model at Wal-Mart for $798. This is a massive savings — 33.5 percent — over the regular price of $1,200.

See all the deals by clicking the "blog" link on the top of the site. Check back Thursday for Ko’s top 25 overall deals, which will help you determine which doorstep to camp out on, or how you and your shopping crew can best divide and conquer.
Be sure to click into the blog for the latest updates. Deals for laptops follow the television deals.

More online resources for holiday shopping include:

@lollieshopping on Twitter. Local shopping maven Laura Coronado is nearing 5,000 followers and has posted more than 12,600 tweets featuring sweet deals, shopping tips and product reviews. She also runs the site: GoShopVegas.com.

— eBillme.com. It has a dedicated page for Black Friday deals and gift ideas:
They feature discounts from many retailers in addition to extra savings you can land by paying with cash instead of credit.

Don’t forget these sites I mentioned in an earlier post:

— Black Friday Info http://www.blackfriday.info/

— The Official Black Friday site http://www.theblackfriday.com/

— Black-Friday.net http://www.black-friday.net/

If you have a Black Friday or Cyber Monday site to share, please add it in the comments section below.

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