The day after Thanksgiving is on its way, and you know what that means: Black Friday. Black Friday is an overwhelming shopping day for many people, and there are many, many sales to keep organized. That's where we come in, with our super Black Friday deals guide. Keep checking back often because this guide will be updated constantly through the holiday shopping season.We've compiled the best deals and the best retailers we can find right here so enjoy your shopping, and be careful out there! Seriously, nothing is worth being trampled for.
Nov 23, 2012Read Article >
Adorama has long been one of the best spots for finding good deals on photography equipment as well as other gadgets, and the store has a few particularly noteworthy deals this Black Friday. HDTV shoppers should definitely take note, as well as anyone looking for a great deal on Canon and Nikon's midrange DSLRs. These deals are all available online as of now, but there's no telling exactly how long they'll last.
Nov 23, 2012
Amazon kicked off its Black Friday deals earlier this week, but the company is still going strong with daily deals. Just about everything in its store has been discounted for the holiday season, with the main attraction being the timed Lightning deals. Amazon is offering goodies such as cheap Blu-rays, video games, and music, but you’ll have to be quick if you want to snap up the best items. The calendar landing pages show when the Lightning deals are due to go live, and there are some more general discounts on television and electronics that are worth checking out too.Read Article >
Movies & TV
Console and PC gamers aren't the only ones in luck this holiday. Cult of Mac has compiled a list of iOS games currently on sale for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, mostly from EA but with a few Gameloft, Sega, and other titles thrown in. Better yet, pick up a $100 iTunes gift card from Best Buy for just $80 for an additional 20 percent savings on anything in the store. Here are some of the highlights:Read Article >
Plenty of these have gone on sale before, but now is a good time to pick up super-cheap copies of big-name mobile games. We'll keep updating if we see any more noteworthy deals.
Nov 22, 2012
Apple has launched a one-day promotion in its Australian store, which may hint at the discounts Americans can expect to see on Black Friday. The biggest deals are on the MacBook line, with the Pro, Pro with Retina Display, and Air all $105 off. Meanwhile, iPads have seen a price drop of $41 while the most recent iPod touch is $31 cheaper. The sale also includes a number of accessories — ranging from Smart Covers to the Magic Mouse to EarPods — most of which are $11 off the sticker price. Of course there's no guarantee that these are the same discounts that will appear in the US store, but with Black Friday looming it won't be long before we find out.Read Article >
Update: The US deals are now live reflecting the same percentage discounts (about 10 percent for computers and up to 30 percent for third-party accessories) we've already seen across the globe. Remember, Best Buy is offering the $100 iTunes gift card for $80 to help fill those iOS devices with content.
As was the case last year, Toys R Us isn't even waiting until Black Friday to start its sale — its stores are opening at 8pm on Thanksgiving. If you're willing to brave the retail madhouse, though, there are some decent deals. Here's some of what you'll find from the evening of the 22nd to the close of business on the 23rd, at least until supplies run out:Read Article >
You can also find the following deals, which are around a bit longer — they run through Saturday the 24th:
We're starting to get a look at Dell's Black Friday deals, and while they're not all that flashy, you also won't have to leave the house. Sales start at 12am ET on November 23rd, with new "doorbuster" items offered on sale every three hours. Here are a few of the better flash deals:Read Article >
The main Black Friday page has links to the doorbusters, and other deals may crop up later; we'll keep updating if anything catches our eye.
Nov 22, 2012
Black Friday is almost here, and right on schedule Tiger Direct has released the first details of its deals. The full list is available on its website, but here are some of the best offers we've found:Read Article >
We'll be adding to this list as more offers roll in, so keep checking back for updates.
Nov 22, 2012Read Article >
Just like Samsung, Sony is looking to offer deals directly to customers. The Japanese electronics giant has posted up a selection of Black Friday deals to its website, which so far covers televisions, home theater accessories, and cameras. We've posted the highlights from the slim pickings below, but the company has promised that additional deals will be posted in due course.
Nov 22, 2012
If you happen to live in one of the nine states with a Fry’s Electronics, there are some good prices on PCs and gaming consoles (and other stuff) to be had this week. You can begin shopping online for the deals below at 9AM PST on Thursday, then pick your stuff up in-store beginning Friday morning. If you don’t live near a Fry’s, some of the deals below may still be available for nationwide shipping on Frys.com, but there are no guarantees. There are more in-store deals starting at 6AM Friday morning that haven't been revealed yet, but we’ll update you as soon as we hear anything.Read Article >
Update: We got a look at Fry's whole lineup of Friday in-store deals and there are some more worthwhile deals on PCs, components, and games. It's definitely worth a second look if you have a store in the area.
- Read Article >
Cyber Monday is a newer tradition than good old Black Friday, but it's one that shows no signs of going away any time soon. Over the next few days, we'll be collecting all of the best holiday sales and online deals we can find on the internet. Have fun on Cyber Monday, shopping from a cozy chair, no door busting in sight. Keep checking back, we'll update as we find more deals.
Nov 21, 2012Read Article >
Barnes & Noble is getting in on the Black Friday shopping madness with a few deals of its own. Expectedly, none of the bookseller's most current e-readers or tablets are on-sale, but there are still a few deals to be found.
Nov 21, 2012
Newegg isn't waiting for Black Friday (or even Thanksgiving) to kick off its special holiday promotions. As of 1PM PT today, the online retailer has begun offering discounts on laptops, tablets, TVs, home theater gear, computer components, and everything else you typically venture to Newegg for. The company is staggering its sales, with one batch reduced in price today, another tomorrow, and another on Black Friday itself. We've outlined the best deals below. There are many more to be found, however, so you'll want to visit Newegg's site for the full rundown.Read Article >
Best Buy's announced its Black Friday deals, and we'll be updating this post over the next few days as more are announced, so keep checking back. Below, we've listed the highlights, but be sure to check out the source link for the full Best Buy Black Friday ad.Read Article >
Nov 20, 2012Read Article >
Black Friday sales from US carriers aren't typically the best, but that isn't going to stop AT&T from trying. The carrier previously published its less-than-stellar $100 discount for tablet users who sign a two-year contract, and now it's revealed a few more deals. Be sure to keep an eye out — some of the better offers look like they're limited to in-store only, though some will be online as well.
Nov 20, 2012
Sears, better known for home appliances and tools rather than gadgets, has always maintained a healthy electronics department. Aside from dishwashers and toolkits, the retailer's Black Friday ad reveals some solid deals for those on the hunt for a new TV, tablet. and various odds and ends. Sears is also following the lead of many competitors this year and starting sales on Thanksgiving, promising that some stores will remain open all night.Read Article >
Nov 20, 2012Read Article >
RadioShack is already offering "$10 for every $50" coupons, which you’re correct in assuming give you $10 in store credit for every $50 that you spend either at participating stores or on the company’s online portal. The coupons can also be used both in stores and online, but it’s important to remember that they’re only valid for 30 days and that you can only use one coupon per transaction. All other Black Friday deals are starting online at 12:01 AM Thanksgiving morning (that’s Thursday the 22nd), but the in-store door crashers won’t be available until 6AM on Friday. Be careful — the Canon T3 DSLR bundle is only available in-store.
Nov 20, 2012
We're listing the highlights of OfficeMax's announced Black Friday deals right here. We'll keep updating as we get more information. Now, go bust some doors! Click the link at the bottom of the post for the full list of sales Office Max is having.Read Article >
Nov 19, 2012
Staples traditionally doesn't enjoy the same allure as say Best Buy or Walmart on Black Friday, but the retailer offers no shortage of deals for PCs, tablets, and other items you may need around the home or office. Staples hasn't yet disclosed its full list of Black Friday specials, but a number of deals have been leaked anyway. Highlights thus far include:Read Article >
BlackFriday.com has the roundup of known deals so far and we'll update with any other highlights as the big day approaches.
Kmart's Black Friday ad is roughly as long as War & Peace but thankfully, we've read both so that you don't have to. Kmart, like Walmart, begins its Black Friday sales on Thursday (yes, that's Thanksgiving) so good luck enjoying your holiday.Read Article >
We'll keep updating this post as we find more sales.
Walmart, one of the biggest players in the Black Friday game, has announced its mammoth list of sales for the season, which, for your information, begins at 8PM on Thanksgiving in most stores. If you're not still recovering from a feast or already in bed, you could... go shopping? Either way, here are the highlights from Walmart's Black Friday ad, along with the first details of its Cyber Monday deals.Read Article >