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Black Friday, the day when almost every store has deals (more than you could ever conceivably look through in an ENTIRE LIFETIME), is here.

We waded through mountains of bargains for you and found some of the best deals in every category.

FYI — deals can move quickly. We’ll do our best to keep this post and imagery as up-to-date as possible, but we can’t catch everything immediately. Check back throughout Black Friday (and Cyber Weekend) to see our latest updates as the deals change!

1.

40% off Amazon’s latest Fire TV Stick Lite so you can finally start watching all the shows and movies that come with your Prime membership.


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Promising review: “Have purchased several Fire TV sticks in the past. Just purchased this new “lite” version of it for an additional television of mine. Works just as well as any other version of the Fire TV Stick. Super easy to set up and get started with it. Highly recommended.” —DAF

Get it from Amazon for $17.99 (originally $29.99).


Amazon

Promising review: “Have purchased several Fire TV sticks in the past. Just purchased this new “lite” version of it for an additional television of mine. Works just as well as any other version of the Fire TV Stick. Super easy to set up and get started with it. Highly recommended.” —DAF

Get it from Amazon for $17.99 (originally $29.99).

2.

52% off the all-new Amazon Echo Dot *and* a free smart light bulb if you needed even more incentive to finally add Alexa to every room in your house. Just imagine yelling “Alexa, turn on the light!” and never touching a lamp ever again.


Amazon

Promising review: “Much smaller than expected, but the sound is phenomenal. I have almost every single version of the Echo and Echo Dot in my house for an easy-to-use Spotify music setup to surround my upstairs with music, but this little orb is the best sounding of the lot.” —Minifig

Get it from Amazon for $28.99 (originally $59.98, available in three colors).


Amazon

Promising review: “Much smaller than expected, but the sound is phenomenal. I have almost every single version of the Echo and Echo Dot in my house for an easy-to-use Spotify music setup to surround my upstairs with music, but this little orb is the best sounding of the lot.” —Minifig

Get it from Amazon for $28.99 (originally $59.98, available in three colors).

3.

Or 50% off the Echo Show 5, which is like an Echo Dot with a helpful display screen. You can put it in the kitchen to look at recipes, or keep it on your nightstand as a super fancy alarm clock.

Amazon Echo Show 5 on table next to plant


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Promising review: “I think it is pretty cool that I can watch the daily news briefing on my alarm clock. I can get the weather for today or the week’s forecast displayed. I can play music with decent sound (much better than most clocks’ sound) on my alarm clock. It displays the date and weather information in the top left corner and alarm time in the top right. All of that is voice activated. I can also use my voice to set the alarm (and turn it off) rather than fiddling with three-four buttons, or holding one down while it cycles through 24 hours.” —Gerald N

Get it from Amazon for $44.99 (originally $89.99, available in two colors).

4.

30% off the Ring Video Doorbell so you can keep an eye on all those holiday packages that show up to your doorstep.


Amazon

Promising review: “If you are away a lot, or in our case, a second home, this doorbell is almost required. Anyone that walks up to your door, be it the Amazon delivery person or someone casing your house, you will see them CLEARLY. And you can even talk to them if you want to. The app on your phone alerts you when someone has approached, and it records it. When you’re several hundred miles away, this is invaluable.” —Mrs. Robinson

Get if rom Amazon for $69.99 (originally $99.99, available in two colors).

And to make sure your smart devices are as secure as possible, check out “9 ~Hacks~ For Keeping Hackers Out Of Your Smart Home Devices.”


Amazon

Promising review: “If you are away a lot, or in our case, a second home, this doorbell is almost required. Anyone that walks up to your door, be it the Amazon delivery person or someone casing your house, you will see them CLEARLY. And you can even talk to them if you want to. The app on your phone alerts you when someone has approached, and it records it. When you’re several hundred miles away, this is invaluable.” —Mrs. Robinson

Get if rom Amazon for $69.99 (originally $99.99, available in two colors).

And to make sure your smart devices are as secure as possible, check out “9 ~Hacks~ For Keeping Hackers Out Of Your Smart Home Devices.”

5.

44% off a Sony Bluetooth speaker that packs big, booming sound quality in a tiny portable design. It’s also waterproof, so go ahead and get your ~shower jamz~ playlist ready.


Amazon

Promising review: “This little speaker has some of the best sound I’ve ever heard from a bluetooth speaker at this price range. The driver Sony employs is of a very high quality. The sound coming out of this diminutive speaker is very satisfying and can get quite loud. The bass is quite good, highs are clear, and mids are solid. Setup and connection was very quick and easy.” —White Lotus

Get it from Amazon for $33 (originally $59.99).


Amazon

Promising review: “This little speaker has some of the best sound I’ve ever heard from a bluetooth speaker at this price range. The driver Sony employs is of a very high quality. The sound coming out of this diminutive speaker is very satisfying and can get quite loud. The bass is quite good, highs are clear, and mids are solid. Setup and connection was very quick and easy.” —White Lotus

Get it from Amazon for $33 (originally $59.99).

6.

31% off Apple AirPods, because it’s definitely time to cut the cord and jump on the wireless earbuds bandwagon.

Reviewer holding Apple AirPods with case open


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Promising review: “First of all, they paired with my iPhone XR almost instantly. All I had to do was have my phone open and near the AirPods while they were still in the charging case, open the lid and within seconds they paired! It displays the charge of both the AirPods and the case on your phone, too! Super cool! I selected one of my favorite classic rock bands and started jamming. The sound quality was awesome! These have an excellent bass response, too.” —Todd Basham

Get it from Amazon for $109.99 (originally $159).

7.

Or 20% off the AirPods Pro if you need noise-cancellation features to drown out the sound of your roommates so you can finally get some work done.


Target

Promising review: “Nice upgrade from the original AirPods! The soft tips are so comfortable, you forget you’re wearing them. Better sound quality and noise cancelling are a nice bonus!” —Patty

Get it from Target for $199.99 (originally $249.99).


Target

Promising review: “Nice upgrade from the original AirPods! The soft tips are so comfortable, you forget you’re wearing them. Better sound quality and noise cancelling are a nice bonus!” —Patty

Get it from Target for $199.99 (originally $249.99).

8.

$40 off a 32-inch Roku-enabled smart TV so you can stop binge-watching everything on your laptop and upgrade to a nicer screen.

TCL Roku TV hanging on wall


Walmart

Promising review: “Nice TV. Love the built-in Roku feature! The Roku gives you the smart TV functionality plus allows you to add any apps you want” —louweegee

Get it from Walmart for $118 (originally $199.99).

9.

Or 28% off this 50-inch 4K Sceptre TV if you want to increase your screen size without decreasing your savings.

Front of Sceptre 50-inch 4K TV


Walmart

Promising review: “For a 4K UHD tv, this product is a steal! Vibrant colors and picture quality very close to what a TV with HDR looks like. If you are looking into jumping into the 4K market, this TV is well worth the $199 price tag.” —Sean

Get it from Walmart for $199.99 (originally $279.99).

10.

$30 off a Fitbit activity tracker so you can keep track of your steps and get 2021 started on the right foot.

Reviewer wearing Fitbit Inspire 2 fitness tracker on their wrist


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Promising review: “I’ve had a few Fitbits in the past and this is by far my favorite. It’s slim on my wrist (doesn’t scream active band), has all the features I need, and the battery life LASTS FOREVER. Highly recommend.” —Julia

Get it from Amazon for $69 (originally $99.95, available in three colors).

11.

35% off a bestselling robotic vacuum that over 22,800 reviewers have raved over. The holidays are stressful enough as it is — let this little guy take care of the cleaning.

Child holding guitar and sleeping next to Eufy robotic vacuum cleaning the carpet


Amazon

Promising review: “Overall, I really like this! It does a nice job cleaning up the dog hair and other things that get on my floor and saves me a lot of time not vacuuming daily. If you have a dog, I would watch them with this first before you use it. My dog was initially scared of it but sniffed it’s ‘butt’ and now they are cool and she does not mind it at all. Pleased with this product and would recommend!” —CH

Get it from Amazon for $149.99 (originally $229.99, available in two colors).

12.

Or 40% off this slightly more high-tech robot vacuum that connects with an app on your smartphone so you can control it from anywhere.

Eufy by Anker BoostIQ RoboVac next to smartphone and two sets of boundary strips


Amazon

Promising review: “Overall, I’m extremely impressed with this vacuum! I was hesitant purchasing it (due to the amount of options and features available in the market) but I’m so glad I did. We have two large German Shepherd mixed dogs and this tiny vacuum does wonders on both our hardwood and carpeted floors, transitioning almost seamlessly from level to level.” —Alyssa S.

Get it from Amazon for $179.99 (originally $299.99).

13.

$70 off a Samsung smart watch for the person who likes to stay connected at all times. It can display text messages, e-mails, track your fitness, and of course, tell time.

Reviewer wearing Samsung Smartwatch on wrist


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Promising review: “Both the built quality and software is one of the best on the market, and the price is more than reasonable. The apps available on the phone and on the watch itself are more than enough to satisfy your needs and the many customizable factors of the software is amazing. As someone who prefers to pay for products that can do more for a lesser price (I mean, who doesn’t?), I would go for this watch even as an IOS user. Plus, it looks amazing as well!” —JO3Y

Get it from Amazon for $179.99 (originally $249.99, available in two sizes and five colors).

14.

$35 off an Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet, which would make a perfect addition to any students learn-from-home setup. The device has access to popular apps like Netflix and Zoom, and the battery lasts for up to 12 hours.

Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet propped up case


Amazon

Promising review: “This is a great little device for media consumption if you want a bigger screen to work with than your regular-degular smartphone. HIGHLY recommend for media consumption and kindle reading. Super affordable, comfortable to hold thanks to the larger uniform bezels and portable for on the go usage. Battery life is also great considering the brightness levels I keep it at.” —Rae di Tavolo

Get it from Amazon for $54.99+ (Originally $89.99+, available in four colors and two storage sizes).

15.

$220 off a powerful yet ultra-slim laptop if you’re looking to make the college student in your life cry tears of joy.

Gateway FHD Ultra Slim Notebook opened to reveal screen and keyboard


Walmart

Promising review: “By far the fastest laptop I’ve ever owned. I was skeptical when buying due to the lack of reviews but I am so happy I decided to buy it. Easy to set up and loads websites super fast, even ones that usually lag. Very impressed.” —Randall

Get it from Walmart for $279 (originally $499, available in three colors).

16.

35% off the popular Kindle Paperwhite for the bookworm who is finally ready to go digital. It replicates the look of crisp printed text thanks to its e-ink technology, so you won’t even miss holding a physical copy.

Reviewer holding Kindle Paperwhite


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Promising review: “When e-readers, including the Kindle, first appeared, I wasn’t interested. I couldn’t imagine that reading with an electronic device would be as satisfying as holding a ‘real’ book in my hands was. Then, when the first lighted Kindle was introduced, I decided to give it a try. These days I find that I seldom buy or read ‘real’ books. It’s so convenient to be able to have a library of books in your hand, and the lighted Kindle is so much nicer for reading in bed than regular books.” —Phil in Magnolia

Get it from Amazon for $84.99 (originally $129.99, available in four colors and two storage sizes).

17.

60% off a Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy A21 smartphone with a seriously impressive 6.5-inch screen and high-quality cameras to elevate your selfie game.

Samsung Galaxy A21 smartphone displaying lock screen with time and date


Walmart

Promising review: “This is really a nice phone for the price. It has the newer features that the newer phones have, the camera is great, the fingerprint scanner works really well, and the screen itself is so clear. I was able to download all my apps with half the storage leftover and added my sd card.” —BShaver

Get it from Walmart for $99 (originally $249).

18.

50% off these highly-rated wireless earbuds that have over 13,600 five-star reviews. They’re already surprisingly affordable at their normal price, so the sale price is downright jaw-dropping.

Reviewer holding open case of Purity True Wireless Earbuds


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Promising review: “I’ve given these a week and I have to say, they completely surpassed my expectations. First, they are COMFORTABLE! As an adult woman, I have ears the size of a small child. I was hesitant because these seem large, but because of the changeable ear pieces they fit perfectly. They were easy to put into ‘stereo mode’ and also to pair to my devices.” —Kel

Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (originally $39.99, available in two colors).

19.

32% off the Samsung Galaxy Tab A for a top-dollar screen for bargain-bin price. The battery can last for up to 13 hours on a single charge, so you can binge your latest TV obsession without interruptions.


Target

Promising review: “I love it. The size is not too big nor too small. The battery life is great. I can watch videos, check e-mail, and search the internet with lots of battery time left. I can keep up with my online classes, print, and download documents.” —SmileyFaceChic

Get it from Target for $149.99 (originally $219.99).


Target

Promising review: “I love it. The size is not too big nor too small. The battery life is great. I can watch videos, check e-mail, and search the internet with lots of battery time left. I can keep up with my online classes, print, and download documents.” —SmileyFaceChic

Get it from Target for $149.99 (originally $219.99).

20.

48% off a wireless charging station that can power up your phone, Apple Watch and AirPods at the same time. Say goodbye to fumbling around with that tangled mess of wires by your nightstand!

Three-in-one wireless charger with phone, Apple Watch and AirPods


Amazon

Promising review: “I like that this really is a wireless station! A lot of the other stations required my watch charger to be inserted but this one doesn’t need any of the other chargers. You just plug it in and the devices all charge wirelessly, just by placing them in the correct spots.” —Angela

Get it from Amazon for $25.99 (originally $49.99, available in three colors).

21.

And $20 off a Roku Ultra LT streaming device that features a headphone jack in the remote, which is perfect for all the night owls who want to watch TV without disrupting their partner.

Roku Ultra LT box


Walmart

Promising review: “This is a great upgrade from the Roku I bought about 10 years ago. It’s easy to set up, easy to use, and has two features I particularly like: The home screen is an aquarium (very relaxing to watch) and this Roku has a microphone feature for going directly to your favorite streaming service by saying it.” —Robert

Get it from Walmart for $59 (originally $79).

Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.



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