Big Lots Black Friday 2016 ads and flyers: Deals on console fireplace, FisherPrice, Monster and buy one get one scheme

BigLots are beginning with the merchandise sale on Wednesday. In addition, the store shall remain open to customers on Thanksgiving Day as well from 7 AM ET until midnight, of course. Then, the grabs shall resume from 6 AM ET on Black Friday.

There are lots of clearance and closeout brand-name products in the bargain, so don’t you miss out on them. The stocks include consumable, households, seasonal goods and more. There are furnishings too with the lowest prices of the year, so watch out big at BigLots, the following days. The 3-day deals run from Wednesday to Saturday opening at 8 AM ET, except Friday.

Now you might get a Manhattan 2 Piece Sectional worth $699 for just $589 only or a Storey 2 Pc Sectional at $110 off for $689 only. There are Recliners from Simmons for just $189 only having slashed $96 of the tag on three model variants Worthington, Bandera, and Verona. There is nothing better than a huge 60” console fireplace that is available in Expresso, Cherry Walnut variants at $110 off for $389 only. All of the above are valid on Thanksgiving Day only.

Then there is a 3-day deals to cover amazing stuff like Prelit Pencil Tree from Telluride for just $50, Laser Illuminations for $25 each only, Remote Control Camera Drone for $40 saving $25 flat, floor care stocks from brands like DirtCleaner and Shark at 20% off. Also, you have off on toys from Nerf, FisherPrice, Monster and many others at Buy 2 Get 1 Free scheme. A similar scheme on consumer electronics, from brands like Polaroid, iHome, Travelocity on headphones, chargers, cell, and tablets. There is a host of outdoor decor at 50% off on ornamental tubs, musical plush dancing bear and inflatable toys for $30 only. Also, a bunch of pre-lit fresh cut trees of 7.5′ selling for $130 only off by $200 regular tag.

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