20 Best pre-Black Friday deals
You can never start Christmas shopping too early, especially if you can find a few winning deals. Top retailers have already rolled out some deals in advance of the big shopping day. Here are 20 of the top pre-Black Friday deals to help start your shopping.
Amazon has this 49-inch 4K TV for only $596.99, a price drop of just over $50 from its October price of $650. At its highest, the TV sold for $696.99, although the manufacturer's suggested retail price is $596.99. Walmart has the same TV listed for $596.99, but it's currently out of stock.
If you're in the market for a laptop this holiday season, you can't beat this Lenovo Ideapad for $279. Walmart has the regular sales price on this laptop as $399, but other retailers are selling it for just over $300.
If you have new parents on your gift list, this car seat for only $114 may be just the deal you need.
This isn't the first time Amazon has put its Fire HD 10 Tablet on sale. In fact, this is the third time in the past year the tablet has dropped from its regular price of $149.99 to its pre-Black Friday price of $99.99.
This is another great gift for those who have everything, Tiles attach to keys, smartphones, or anything else, at which point you can locate them using a connected app. The deal is $34.99 for a two-pack, down from the original price of $59.99.
Diamonds are a girl's best friend, and this pair is budget-friendly at only $79.99.
This real-life robot for kids is actually up from its price of $125.99 a few days ago, but prior to that, it sold for $179.99. The early Black Friday deal on Amazon will ship it to you for the still-reduced price of $149.99.
Your kids will love this portable basketball hoop, which you can set up indoors or out for an impromptu game. Walmart has discounted this hoop to $79.99 from its original suggested retail price of $124.94.
You can't go wrong with this gift for the wine lover in your life. This six-piece set of 22-ounce stemmed wine glasses was $49.99 but with the deal, you'll have them for $40.79.
Although this isn't the first time Amazon has offered this calligraphy set for less than its $20.84 regular price, it generally sales in the $18 range, making $16.59 a great deal.
Pricing for this multi-plier has been all over the map since it first appeared on Amazon in 2008. It reached its lowest price point of $14.48 in early September of this year, but it has averaged $26.53. The deal puts this tool under your tree for only $19.97.
Personalized gifts are always a hit, and this blanket is a sure win. Walmart has an early Black Friday deal on this blanket, dropping it to only $31.47 from its original price of $44.96.
$41.99 is indeed a low price on this cordless handheld vacuum, which averages $52.65.
Grill delicious sandwiches and paninis with this indoor grill for only $19.99, a drop from its original price of $52.
Although $18.08 sounds like a great deal on these baking sheets, the price dropped all the way down to $14 during last year's Christmas shopping season. The average price over the past year has been $24.90.
You'll save almost half off the suggested retail price on this coffee brewer at Walmart. But the price of $79 is just slightly below the $99 price seen on other sites.
The chef on your list will love this gift, and you'll love the $99 price. It is indeed the lowest this item has retailed for on Amazon's site over the past year.
You may want to buy a few of these sets while they're only $9.98. They'll be the perfect gift for teachers, your mail carrier, or that hard-to-buy-for coworker.
Don't forget about your pets while you're doing your early Christmas shopping. This treat dispenser is available for $179, down from a $229 suggested retail price.
You may not realize you can order smartphones on Amazon. But this deal on a Samsung Galaxy for $519.99 is a great way to learn. It averages $771.01 on the site, so this is a discount.
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