Sears Black Friday Ad: The Sale Starts Now

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If you are in a hurry to get your Christmas shopping done and are nervous about getting all those deals on Black Friday, don't worry because Sears already has many of their Black Friday items available.

Sears announced that they would be offering Black Friday pricing on a select number of products from November 21 to November 26 and if you don't want to leave your family to shop on Thanksgiving, you might want to take advantage of the sales.

Appliances, including washers, dryers and dishwashers are up to 60% off. This sale includes top names like Samsung and Maytag. Small appliances such as coffee makers and toasters are also on sale.

If you are looking for large items such as furniture, you can find reclining chairs as low as $159 and sectionals as low at $1300.

Sears is also offering a great deal on electronics with earbuds as low as $4.99 and wireless headphones as low as $14.99.

Don't forget to check out the great deals on sporting goods as well. Basketballs, footballs and soccer balls are as low a $4.99.

The company chose to offer their Black Friday prices now to help customers who want to get the best deals but don't want to leave their families during the holidays.

"With every retailer offering special low discounts right after Thanksgiving, shoppers get caught in a chaotic frenzy. We wanted to give customers an opportunity to shop confidently and know they have an opportunity to price match if the item they bought on our website is cheaper in a Black Friday ad," said Bruce Johnson, president and CEO of Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores, Inc. "At Sears Outlet Stores, consumers can find great deals on everything from home appliances and tools to lawn and garden equipment and sporting goods at significantly reduced prices. Now, they have the opportunity to save even more on products that are important to home and family life."

Do you think other stores should start offering their sales and Black Friday prices ahead of time instead of the usual Black Friday times?