Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN) is planning a host of deals on Black Friday for its customers to try and drum up as much business as possible. Aside from Groupon, many other retailers are also lining up deals to attract as many customers as they can.

Groupon Inc Has Big Plans For Black Friday Sales

What is Groupon offering?

The online retailer is known for providing its customers with crazy discounts that last for short time periods, and that is what the company is planning for Black Friday.

A list of some of the most amazing deals offered by Groupon for Black Friday has been provided by BFAds. The deals include: Chromecast – 29% off, Roku Streaming Stick – 39% off, August Steiner Mens Chronograph Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch – 93% off, Jawbone Jambox – 47% off, MOTA Smartphone Battery Stick – 70% off, Dyson DC 41 Upright Accessory Bundle (Refurbished) – 67% off, Duracell Batteries (100-pk.) – 67% off, JW (3PL) Fendi Sunglasses – 89% off and Skechers GoWalk Activity Monitor – 66% off

The actual timing when the above deals become active is not known for now, but the deals are a real steal for buyers who want to make the most out of the upcoming holiday season.

Big plans from other retailers

Several other online retailers are also planning to celebrate Black Friday with mind-blowing discounts and huge sales. Among these, the most notable is smartphone industry leader Samsung who is offering impressive discounts on a variety of products including TVs, tablets, Blu-ray players and more even before Black Friday 2014.

According to MacRumours, Walmart is also going all out for Black Friday this year, and has announced on Wednesday that they will offer select Apple products at a discount a week ahead of the Black Friday sales. At all Walmart stores across the United States on November 21st , buyers will be able to take advantage of the amazing deals beginning 8:00 a.m.

Apart from Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN), Samsung and Walmart, the Canadian smartphone maker Blackberry will also offer deals on Black Friday. The main attraction from Blackberry will be the launch of a limited-edition Red BlackBerry Passport.

On Wednesday, Groupon shares closed down 1.56% at $7.26, and year to date shares are down over 38%.