Staples (SPLS) on Thursday announced its Black Friday deals

In-store deals at Staples will begin on on Black Friday, Nov. 24, at 7 a.m. at most of the retailer's locations. 

The office supply retailer will have several deals this holiday season. These include sales on an HP (HPQ) 17" Laptop, P 14" Streaming Notebook with 1 TB OneDrive Storage and Microsoft (MSFT) Office 365 Personal, HP OfficeJet 4650 AIO Printer, Staples Gaming Chair, Tzumi RockSolo Karaoke Mic, and 40% off Custom Holiday Cards through Print & Marketing Services in store.

Staples be closed on Thanksgiving Day, but Black Friday deals will be available on Staples.com giving customers the ability to shop from their homes on the holiday and pick up in stores anytime on Black Friday.

"We're excited to offer our customers multiple ways to find the best deals this Black Friday, whether they prefer to shop online, in-store or a combination of both," said Peter Scala, chief merchandising officer, Staples. "At Staples, our money-saving deals, shipping services, and Print and Marketing Services for personalized holiday gifts and cards save our customers time and money on their 'must do' tasks so that they can spend more time enjoying the season."

TheStreet's "Black Friday and Holiday Shopping Survival Guide" series aims to to help you, the consumer and the investor, navigate the holiday season, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and everything in between. Through a number stories, videos, graphics and other multimedia elements TheStreet takes a look at the biggest challenges of the season, the winners and losers from the shifting retail environment and much more. Read More about navigating the holiday season.

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