Save big with these early Black Friday deals


By Avery Newmark - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution



Holiday shoppers who start early this year will not only save money, but will also avoid possible coronavirus-related delays and shortages.

Holiday shoppers who start early this year will not only save money, but will also avoid possible coronavirus-related delays and shortages.


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Although Black Friday doesn’t officially start until Nov. 26, retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, Target and Walmart have already started rolling out massive discounts. Holiday shoppers who start early will not only save money, but will also avoid possible coronavirus-related delays and shortages.

So what do you have to lose? Here are some of the best early Black Friday deals to help you finish your holiday shopping without worry:

AMAZON

You can find tons of savings on things you need and things you don’t need on Amazon’s Early Black Friday landing page here: https://amzn.to/3ofToPo.

Cheese Board and Knife Set

Impress your friends and neighbors with an assortment of cured meats, cheeses and artisan snacks on this Bambüsi cutting board and knife set. Normally an $80 investment, this charcuterie is hitting early Black Friday for just under $55.

Fitbit Inspire 2 Fitness Tracker

Get your heart pumping with a $60 slim and sleek fitness tracker.

Hamilton Beach Espresso Machine

By skipping your favorite coffee shop, you can save time and money by brewing your own espresso at home.

Roku Streaming Stick 4K

With so many streaming services, it’s nice to have something like the Roku Streaming Stick 4K to consolidate all your subscriptions in one place.

BEST BUY

Go go gadget — get the best technology and save at Best Buy. Check out the Black Friday Prices Guaranteed page for more deals here: https://bit.ly/3ocmejo.

Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance 3-Bulb Starter Kit

If you frequently forget to turn off the lights when you leave, smart lighting will help save money on your energy bill. They also add customization and pizzazz to your space.

KitchenAid Pro 500 Series 5-Quart Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer

This top-rated stand mixer is a must for all your baking needs.

TARGET

In addition to Black Friday savings, the store also boasts weekly “Holiday Best” deals every Sunday both online (https://bit.ly/3BW9fHz) and in-store throughout the holiday season.

Apple AirPods Pro

When it comes to wireless headphones, Apple’s AirPods are a top pick.

Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds

The Powerbeats Pro offer all the same pairing benefits that the AirPods have for only $150.

iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum

Many hands, er, robots, make light work. Let this robot vacuum do the cleaning for you

Sunnydaze Steel Round Raised Fire Pit

When you have this sturdy raised fire pit in your backyard, you can still enjoy the outdoors on chilly nights.

WALMART

Walmart will spread out its “Deals for Days” Black Friday savings to three events in November to offer customers the best prices of the season (more info here: https://bit.ly/3kdOz7O).

“Our customers count on us to deliver an amazing Black Friday experience with the best prices year after year, and this year we’re making it even bigger and better with more ways to shop and more of every item,” Scott McCall, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, said a press release.

Event two begins online Nov. 10 and continues in stores Nov. 12. Snag the Shark EZ Robot Vacuum for an incredible price of $288.

Event three will wrap up a month of savings on Black Friday. But Walmart wants customers to know they don’t have to wait for savings — shop thousands of deals available now on Walmart.com.

Holiday shoppers who start early this year will not only save money, but will also avoid possible coronavirus-related delays and shortages.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/11/web1_TS-EARLY-BLACKFRIDAY-DEALS-DMT.jpgHoliday shoppers who start early this year will not only save money, but will also avoid possible coronavirus-related delays and shortages. Antonello Marangi/Dreamstime/TNS

By Avery Newmark

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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