Black Friday 2016, which will take place on November 25, is now only less than an hour away for those on the East Coast. While the Friday after Thanksgiving is still one of the largest shopping days of the year, many sales actually started earlier today. Numerous retailers are saving many of their top doorbusters for tomorrow, but others have already sold them out. That comes much to the dismay of many shoppers, but there are still great bargains to be had.
A complete list of live sales can be found at BestBlackFriday.com, but here are some of the more important items that you can get your hands on now.
Disclaimer: The author, Phillip Dengler, is the owner of BestBlackFriday.com, which is referenced in this article. The Inquisitr holds no ownership.
Walmart started their brick-and-mortar sale earlier today at 6 p.m., but their online Black Friday sale went live at 12 a.m. The most anticipated item, a Philips 55″ Class Smart 4K UHDTV, was sold out within 10 minutes, and many shoppers expressed their anger over another doorbuster with extremely limited quantities. Regardless, the sale still had a variety of premium electronics, and many of them are still available now. Here are the top items that you can still buy, but they could be sold out at anytime.
- Carina 1 Carat T.W. Round Diamond 14kt Gold Stud Earrings for $278 (reg. $898)
- Google Home for $99 (reg. $129)
- MD Sports 33″ Rod Hockey Tabletop for $59 (reg. $74.14)
- Philips Sonicare Plaque Control Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush and $5 e-gift card Bundle for $34.95
- PlayStation 4 Slim 500GB Uncharted 4 Bundle for $249 (save $50)
- Polaroid Cube+ 1440p Mini Lifestyle Action Camera with Wi-Fi & IS for $109.99 (reg. $224.99)
- Samsung 40″ 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV, UN40H5003AFXZA for $217.99 (reg. $549.99)
- Samsung 60″ 6200 Series – Full HD Smart LED TV – 1080p, 120MR for $577.99 (reg. $1,699.99)
- Samsung UN60KU6270 60″ 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED Smart HDTV (4K x 2K) for $648 (reg. $1,099.99)
- Xbox One S 500GB Console with Minecraft for $249 (save $50)
- Xbox One S 500GB Battlefield 1 Bundle for $249 (save $50)
You can view the entire 34-page Walmart Black Friday 2016 ad at Savings.com.
— Amazon (@amazon) November 23, 2016
Amazon’s Black Friday deals week started days ago, but some of their top doorbusters went live today. While Amazon does not exactly list a schedule of when various items will actually go live, it is possible to get a hint in their “upcoming deals tab.” There are still a variety of intriguing items to be released tomorrow, but here are some that you can purchase right now.
- Amazon Echo Dot (2nd Generation) for $39.99 (reg. $49.99)
- Amazon Echo for $139.99 (reg. $179.99)
- Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet, 8″ HD Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB for $59.99 (reg. $89.99)
- Amazon Fire TV Gaming Edition | Streaming Media Player for $114.99 (reg. $129.99)
- Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote | Streaming Media Player for $29.99 (reg. $39.99)
- Amazon Tap – Alexa-Enabled Portable Bluetooth Speaker for $89.99 (reg. $129.99)
- 50 Percent Off on Robotic Vacuums
- Kindle Paperwhite E-reader 6″ High-Resolution Display for $99.99 (reg. $119.99)
- Oculus Ready GXiVR8020A Gaming Desktop & Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset Bundle for $999.99 (savings of $300.98)
- Yamaha RX-V679BL 7.2-Channel MusicCast AV Receiver with Bluetooth for $299.95 (reg. $449.95)
You can view the 1-page Amazon Black Friday 2016 Doorbuster ad at Savings.com.
Like Walmart, Target also started their in-store sale at 6 p.m. earlier today. With a variety of premium electronics doorbusters, Target’s sale was among one of the more anticipated ones. Many of their items remain available online, and some of them even include store gift cards. Others may only be available in stores, but there could still be quantities left in stock.
- Buy One, Get One 50 Percent Off Various Toy Brands
- Clothes & Apparel for the entire family. 30 Percent off.
- Comforters for Kids from $19.94
- Famosa Dareway 12V Powered Ride On Toy for $139 (reg. $199.99)
- Home Items. Up to 30 Percent Off
- Hoover Quest 700 Robotic Vacuum (BH70700) for $199.99 (reg. $349.99)
- Movies and TV Shows. As low as $6 for Blu-ray and DVDs
- Razor Scooters and other brands as low as $18
- Samsung UN55KU6500 55″ Curved Smart UHD 4K 120 Motion Rate TV + $70 Gift Card for $697.99 (reg. $1,199)
- Sheets sets for Kids as low as $13.67
- Top Kitchen and Appliance Brands. Save $150+
You can view the entire 40-page Target Black Friday 2016 ad at Savings.com.
— Best Buy (@BestBuy) November 23, 2016
Best Buy opened at 5 p.m. earlier today, and there was some backlash about the early opening. Regardless, this is the same time they opened last year, so they have made the decision not to open earlier for 2016. Their top item was a Toshiba 49-inch 4K HDTV, and it was only available at traditional brick-and-mortar locations. While that was the star deal, here are a few offers that you can find right now.
- Amazon Fire 7″ Tablet for $33.33 (reg. $49.99)
- Amazon Fire HD8 8″ Tablet 16GB for $59.99 (reg. $89.99)
- Deadpool [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] for $7.99 (reg. $14.99)
- Dell Inspiron 15.6″ Laptop for $249.99 (reg. $349.99)
- Dell Inspiron 15.6″ Touch-Screen Laptop for $349.99 (reg. $499.99)
- DJI Phantom 3 Standard Quadcopter in White for $399.99 (reg. $499.99)
- LG 60″ Class LED 2160p Smart 4K Ultra HD TV for $599.99 (reg. $999.99)
- Samsung 55″ Class LED 2160p Smart 4K Ultra HD TV for $479.99 (reg. $799.99)
- Save $50 on all Xbox One Consoles
- Save $80 on Garmin vívosmart HR Activity Trackers
- Zootopia [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] for $7.99 (reg. $22.99)
You can view the entire 49-page Best Buy Black Friday 2016 ad at Savings.com.
Items May Sell Out At Any Second
As previously stated, all of the above items are while supplies last. Many of them should be available until tomorrow, but others could go out of stock. One extreme example was the Battlefield 1 Xbox One S bundle with an extra controller and a copy of Gears of War 4 for $249.99, which is a savings of $119.99. It went live on Dell’s website at 9 p.m., but it was sold out within minutes.
Hey @Dell – thanks for having that Xbox deal in stock for those 3 seconds. Was it worth all the marketing?
— Bryan (@BryneSch) November 25, 2016
— Delynn B (@delynn76) November 25, 2016
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