Due to Black Friday being on November 29 this year, that means that there are only 27 days between Black Friday and Christmas. The list of Amazon Black Friday deals covers various categories from smart home devices to streaming devices. With huge savings available both online and in stores, it's the ideal opportunity to get started with your festive holiday shopping.
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This year, deals start November 22 (no official kickoff time was shared) and will continue through Thanksgiving. Best Buy is unveiling its Black Friday ad and is giving shoppers a chance to score awesome deals on the hottest tech, starting now. Today, we're showcasing some of the top doorbusters that are available.
Amazon remains one of the most dependable and easy-to-access retailers for Black Friday savings, but it lacks the doorbuster deals offered at retailers with physical locations like Walmart. Target stores will also hold a two-day Black Friday preview sale this weekend with an increased number of bargains. If you have been fascinated in your DNA heritage, Amazon has the AncestryDNA package available for $59, or $40 fewer than normal, and the newest iPad Professional can be had for as reduced as $650, or a price reduction of $250. As usual, you'll also find significant markdowns on TVs, smartwatches, toys, headphones and clothes.
Buy two, get one free on Target games, video games, activity books, movies and music. Others will last up to six hours or the full five-day duration. You'll earn 1% back (or 5% with Target's RedCard) on your purchases! Some deals will be online-only exclusives while some will be in-store only.