Black Friday may no longer be exclusively reserved for the day after Thanksgiving, but the annual deal blitz still remains a great opportunity to get a head start on your holiday shopping at Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your phone or laptop, purchase a new 4K TV for your living room, or pick up some new games for your PlayStation 5 or Nintendo Switch, there are plenty of discounts and sales to take advantage of throughout the holiday weekend. Of course, if you miss out on the Black Friday deals, Cyber Monday 2023 is right around the corner.
Why spend more than $100 when you can spend less than $100? 🤔
We went back to our lists of favorites to see if any were part of this year’s Cyber Monday sales — and found some great deals still hanging around.
We don’t plan on updating any more of our Cyber Monday coverage tonight, though, you do have a few more hours to net some savings before most deals expire. Luckily, there are still plenty of terrific picks available.
Now, here’s hoping Amazon doesn’t throw another Prime Day event on our calendar three weeks from now.
I kid you not: if I had to pick just one Lego set ever made, this epic transforming castle packed with clever details and play features would be the one. I sold off my airsoft guns to afford the $400 set at launch — now, Lego has it on backorder for $300 alongside the awesome Loop Coaster (also $300) and UCS Razor Crest ($420). I’ve never seen this one on sale before.
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Black Friday is here with a cavalcade of tech deals and Cyber Monday isn’t far behind with its secondary salvo. There are all kinds of discounts and sales right now, offering all-time lows on some great devices. But what should you actually buy?
I’ll be going live at on Monday 11AM ET to help with your Cyber Monday shopping and answer your tech buying questions. So be sure to drop questions here in the comments and feel free to also share the sickest deals you scored — so we can all share in some digital high-fives.