A look at a few reasons you might want to sacrifice your sleep time.
Magnavox NB500MG9 Blu-ray Player
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Guitar Hero: Aerosmith
Sharp LC-46SB54U HDTV
Sony BDP-S350 Blu-ray Player
Blu-ray/DVDs
Samsung 50-inch Plasma TV
Sylvania NB-501SL9 Blu-ray Player
Kodak MX1063 Camera
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Xbox 360 Arcade Bundle
Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-850 HD USB TV Tuner
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Kodak EasyShare P720 Digital Frame
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Blu-ray/DVDs

Hopefully the Circuit City in your area is still alive and doing well. If so, expect to walk out with an armload of movies—including ones you’ll probably never watch. The store is promising $8.99 Blu-ray movies, as well as $2.99 DVDs. For $2.99, we could be willing to go standard-def again, but get up at 4:00 a.m.? The jury is out. Just keep in mind that both of these deals are part of the early bird special. Still, your sleep is worth showering your friends with the joy of Tom Hanks (he had two movies in the ad), right? One thing we’re concerned about: the store couldn’t seem to make up its mind, since the ad lists “up to 60 titles” as well as “up to 70.” Either way, they had better not be the ones that are normally $5.99. Otherwise, we’d surely hit the snooze.

Regular Prices: Varies
Circuit City Black Friday Price: $2.99 to $8.99

Read more: 15 of Black Friday's Best Deals