Black Friday might not technically be until November 27th, but the deals have already begun at many major retailers.
There are far to many products on sale dimension, but here are some ways to stay on top of the discount.
For starters, visit the retailers website to get a handle on the promotions they are offering.
Take Best Buy, for example, Black Friday is not a one day event.
They have rolled out deals every single week in November.
Shop them now or preview their actual Black Friday ad to see what kind of deals are coming later in the month.
Walmart has also already discounted some popular electronics when you browse their selection sales will be marked with the label holiday deal to let you know you’re scoring a great price and even though we just shopped Amazon Prime Day, the online retailer is bringing a lot of its gadget prices down to Prime Day levels.
Excellent deals on the Echo Dot smart speaker, fire tablets and other gadgets made by Amazon.
Shopping early in on line is a great way to understand and items price history so you know when to pull the trigger.
It’s also the safest way to avoid crowds in the middle of a pandemic.
And finally CNET is offering daily text about Black Friday Deals.
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