PriceAdvice is breaking down yesterday's Sunday circular ads and comparing prices to help you save the most money. From point and shoot cameras to DSLRs to e-Readers, we've scoured the ads to show you the best deals.
Nikon Coolpix S4100
|Nikon Coolpix S4100|
It seems everyone from Target to Best Buy to Office Depot is offering this nifty little point-and-shoot camera at a steep discount with a sale price of $109.99. With features like 14MP photos, 720p HD video and 5x Optical Zoom, $109 sounds like a good price. That is until you compare that price to the average used price of $59. Don't want used? A new S4100 averages $84 on the secondary market!
|Canon PowerShot SX130 IS|
Canon PowerShot SX130 IS
Want something with a bit more punch than the Nikon S4100? Target has a great deal on Canon's PowerShot SX130 IS. While only 12.1MP, it has 12x optical zoom, making it more suitable for capturing long distance shots. And, Target's price is the beats used prices at only $99.99 in-store. Quantities are limited and there are no rainchecks, so hurry to your nearest Target if you want to score a great deal.
|Canon EOS T2i|
Canon EOS Rebel T2i
A hot ticket item this holiday season, the T2i's a feature complete DSLR. Target and Best Buy sales offer this product at $699.99, but a used or new version can be had on the secondary market for an average price of $633 (bundles average more).
Barnes & Noble Nook Color
Not to be confused with the Nook Tablet, the Nook Color has an MSRP of $199. Barnes and Noble have been heavily promoting it, including an offer on the front page of Radio Shack's Sunday add. The price however, can be beat with new and used versions selling on the secondary market for an average of $165. That extra cash can buy you a few digital books or movies.
Hope these steals help you save this holiday season. Happy Shopping!