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[May 20, 2013]

Early Black Friday, Cyber Monday Deals Currently Taking Place at

Detroit, Michigan, May 20, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- is currently introducing new 2013 Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on various items in the store, which will last through the end of the 2013 holiday season. The early specials include video games, TVs, sporting goods, IT hardware, notebooks, tablets, appliances, home theater systems and more.

The store currently has deals on various Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 accessories, including 1 cent accessories including cables, covers, skins, chargers and more. On the Xbox 360, the Xbox Live 12-month Gold Membership card is available at 25% off of the retail price. Currently, the store has the price of the card at $43.50, down from $59.99. The Xbox Live card allows for media watching on the Xbox 360, including apps including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Epix, ESPN, UFC and many more media applications. The card also allows for chatting with other gamers online while playing games.

While the store has a wide array of consumer electronics available in its marketplace, also has an extensive line of Cisco hardware available for discounted prices for home, small and enterprise businesses. The store has an extensive line of products from top brands such as Cisco, in the form of modems, routers, switches, network transceivers, hubs, storage, and wireless access points. Many IT solutions are key for businesses due to the ability to stay connected to co-workers, potential business clients, and possible consumers for issues such as customer care and other areas that allow for top networking support. also has deals on various cell phones. The store has deals on the new Apple iPhone 5, which is available in black & white and in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models. Also available is the two latest Samsung phones - the Samsung Galaxy SIII and the Galaxy Note II.

The Galaxy S III is available at up to 44% off of the retail price while supplies last. The SIII features a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and 16GB memory, among many top features.

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is available at 35% off, also while supplies last. The Note II features a 5.5" high-resolution display, a quad-core 1.6 GHz processor, the ability to draw directly on to a screen with the S-Pen, 1080HD recording on a 8 megapixel camera, and 16 GB of memory which is expandable to 64GB of memory, among other top features.

The store has a variety of top jerseys, collectibles, sporting goods, shoes and more are on sale from the NFL, NHL, MLB, NCAA, UFC and more.

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About The Sports Fan Playground - is a leading online e-commerce provider of electronics which range from tablets, PCs and cameras to video games, DVDs, Blu-Ray Discs, appliances, lawn and garden products, IT systems and hardware, and more. The store recently began having the Apple iPhones 5 devices available in their marketplace.

The store also carries the top brands in electronics including Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Cisco, Apple, Sony, Samsung, Microsoft, EA Sports, and many more. The company recently began its initial expansion into clothing and jewelry and will continue to expand over the next several months.

The store is a leading provider of NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA, UFC and FIFA apparel and accessories. The playground has various shoes, jackets, home & garden products, bedroom and kitchen products - all with sports and team themes and help for tailgating or throwing a party for the big game happening soon.

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