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Black Friday and beyond at Walmart, Toys R Us, Jos A. Bank, Target

In addition to its Black Friday specials, Walmart will offer Internet specials on 50 items Thanksgiving Day.

Specials include a Garmin Nuvi 205 GPS for less than $100, Phillips noise cancelling headphones for less than $20, a Sanyo digital camera for less than $60 and a RCA 42" LCD HDTV for less than $600.

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The world's largest retailer has also announced more Black Friday specials, which will start at 5 a.m. It will also be open 24 hours Thanksgiving Day.

Some of the Black Friday specials include: Nintendo DS Light for $98, $7 reversible bubble jackets, PS3 game console with games for $299, HP Laptop Computer for $298. There will be limited quantities of the specials.

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On Saturday, Walmart will run specials on LCD HDTVs ranging in price from $398 to $848.

Target is also offering online specials on Thanksgiving Day, a first for the retailer. It will also kick off Cyber Week on Monday, Nov. 30. The retailer will slash prices as much as 70 percent.

Target will open from 5 a.m. to midnight on Black Friday and give $10 gift cards to anyone who spends more than $100.

JCPenney, which already announced it was opening at 4 a.m. on Black Friday, will also offer wake up calls from celebrities, such as Cindy Crawford, Kimora Lee Simmons and members from the band Rascal Flatts. Sign up for the calls at http://holiday.jcp.mobi/.

Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc.  will have doorbusters in its stores from 6 a.m. to midnight Black Friday. The doorbustes can be bought online beginning at midnight Thanksgiving Day and running through 1 p.m. Friday.

The bargains include: camel hair men's blazers for $99, cashmere sweaters for $69, merino wool topcoats for $99 and executive sports shirts for $19.99.

Toysrus.com will begin online bargains at 12:01 a.m. Thanksgiving Day, including free shipping on purchases of $49 or more. Specials will be offered throughout the weekend.

Some of the bargains include: savings of up to 60 percent on board games, 75 percent savings on Hooked on Phonics learning systems and 15 percent savings on all MP3 players.

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