The biggest sales event of the holiday season is quickly approaching. To ensure that you are best prepared for Black Friday (we all know you're on the hunt for a good Apple deal), here are all the details on the date, shopping times, and even some sales you can shop now.
When is Black Friday?
This year, Thanksgiving is on November 28, which means Black Friday is happening on November 29, 2019. While you still have a bit of time before then, we have some intel that some stores are starting their online Black Friday sales as early as the week before. So if you're trying to snag a really good discount on a Roomba, it's a smart idea to prep for sales beforehand to induce any Black Friday fails.
What time does Black Friday start?
Generally for most brick-and-mortar stores and online shopping sites, Black Friday deals start at midnight Thanksgiving night, but in the past, some stores let customers shop deals as early as Thanksgiving dinnertime — doors opened as early as 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
Previous years, some stores held Black Friday sales a day or two early: Target had a Black Friday Preview Sales while Amazon held a countdown to Black Friday sale with major savings in appliances, electronics, and beauty.
The Best Black Friday deals
There are already some crazy good deals happening as we speak. As the deals continue to roll in, we'll be sure to update our posts on everything from Black Friday furniture sales to deals on clothing, so you're in the loop about only the best Black Friday deals. In the meantime, shop our favorite deals happening right now:
Our Favorite pre-Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals
- Take $200 off TCL 43-inch Roku TV.
- Take $132 off KitchenAid Tilt-Head Stand Mixer.
- Take 37% off Dyson V7 Vacuum.
- Take 34% off Instant Pot Ultra 6.
- Take $150 off HP 14-inch Slim Laptop.
- Take 33% off Insignia 720p Fire TV.
- Take 30% off Shark Navigator Lift-Away Vacuum.
- Take 35% off UGG Constantine Boot.
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