This year retailers opened the holiday shopping season early, with Amazon kicking it off in mid-October with Prime Day. The deals barely stopped through until Black Friday, and even though the day itself has passed, many of them are still running. It all spells early savings for you, and way less of a Christmas crunch as you try to get your shopping in. If you have your list and you’re ready to check it twice, here are the best Black Friday 2020 deals still available.
Without further ado, let’s get shopping.
The best Black Friday deals
There are plenty of great deals out there, below are some of the very best:
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Black Friday 2020: Active deals
Get the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra for as low as $549.99 with trade-in (up to $750 off)
The recently released Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is already available at a deep discount via Samsung ahead of Black Friday. You can save up to $750 when getting the unlocked version with a compatible trade-in phone.
Get the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 for $999 with trade-in ($1,000 off)
Take a cool grand off the foldable smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, if you turn in your older compatible smartphone. You’ll also receive a $100 Samsung credit to spend on accessories.
More smartphone deals
You can save big on other unlocked smartphones. Here are some of the best sales:
If the phone you’ve picked out has expandable storage, these microSD card deals might interest you:
And if you need a charger to keep your new phone powered, check out these offers:
Tablets and e-readers
Smart home devices
Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) for $18.99 ($21 off)
Amazon’s Echo speakers are a key part of any smart home setup, so Black Friday 2020 is a perfect time to hone your setup. You can grab one of the last generation Echo Dots now for the low price of $18.99 ($21 off).
Televisions and monitors
Get Amazon Fire TV smart TVs and sticks and save $70 or more
Amazon is cutting prices on its already affordable Fire TV smart televisions and sticks for Black Friday 2020. Here are a few of the best deals:
Smart TV deals
Streaming music, movies, and shows
Get three months of Prime Music Unlimited for free
It’s the perfect way to see what Prime Music Unlimited can offer — ad-free streaming, unlimited skips, and more. You can also follow all of your favorite podcasts too and download your favorite episodes. Once the free trial ends, you’ll go back to paying the standard $7.99 Prime member rate, but you just might find that it’s your new favorite service.
Get Apple AirPods Pro for $189.99
You can grab a pair of Apple’s high-end AirPods Pro for $189.99 right now, which comes to $60 off. They’re a premium set of true wireless earbuds, and they come with soft rubber tips that should mold to your ears for maximum comfort. While $189.99 is still quite a large chunk of change, it’s a solid saving considering that Apple rarely runs sales of its own.
More audio deals
There are plenty more audio discounts for Black Friday 2020. Here are some of the best:
Speakers and sound systems
Headphones and earbuds
Laptops and accessories
Check out some great Black Friday 2020 deals on some excellent laptops:
Looking for accessories? There’s plenty of deals there as well:
Smartwatches and fitness trackers
Of course, Black Friday 2020 has lots of smartwatches and fitness trackers on sale. Here’s just a few you can still get right now:
Check out a few Black Friday 2020 gaming deals below. See the audio section above for gaming headsets:
Xbox One games
Nintendo Switch games
Here’s a quick look at some of the best camera deals during Black Friday 2020.
Work from home
With more people working from home than ever before, a lot of folks might be looking for ways to make WFH life easier. Well, we’ve rounded up some Black Friday 2020 deals in this section that should help you out.
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