We've uncovered several "deals" that clearly aren't worth your time or money.
Canon SD1100IS at Sears
Sharp AQUOS at Costco
TomTom One 125
Timers at Home Depot
Nintendo Wii at Walmart
Guns N' Roses: Chinese Democracy at Best Buy
Sharp LC-52SB55U at Circuit City
  
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Nintendo Wii at Walmart

The Wii was 2007’s Tickle Me Elmo. Endless lines and inflated eBay prices caused a flurry that Nintendo couldn’t have achieved with the most skilled, highest paid marketing team. There may be some shortages this year as well. For now, not so much. So why is Walmart tempting us with pennies off the console’s original selling price? A quick web search found plenty of places, with the Wii’s typical $249.99 price tag. However, Walmart is trying to create a buzz by advertising the unit as $249.24. That’s enough to make us get all Donkey Kong on Friday’s early morning greeter.

Walmart’s Black Friday Price: $249.24
Today at Circuit City: $249.99

Read more: 7 Lame Deals to Avoid on Black Friday