Black Friday 2020:
It will take about three weeks until Black Friday 2020, but Amazon is already launching the “Early Black Friday Deals” in advance and is offering some exciting deals. Other shops are also following suit and are offering their first good deals. CGH has selected the best for you.
Early Black Friday deals: an overview of the best deals
After Prime Day is before Black Friday – but instead of a bargain break, Amazon continues the deal weeks seamlessly. The first advance offers are already available from the largest online retailer. Granted, the top deals are still rare, but you can already find a few good bargains. Other shops also have their first good deals, we have put together the most interesting ones for you here.
Technology & entertainment
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa remote control for $48.98 (instead of
$89.98), Amazon’s streaming stick, with which you can watch Prime Video, Netflix, Disney + and more
Amazon Kindle for $169.97 (instead of
$189.97), e-book reader with illuminated display (Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle including Kindle Paperwhite – Wifi, Ad-Supported, Amazon Leather Cover, and Power Adapter)
Motorola moto g8 Dual SIM for $229.95 (instead of
$245.95), a good mid-range smartphone with a 6.4-inch display and a large battery that, according to the manufacturer, lasts up to 40 hours
Fossil Smartwatch (5th Gen.) for $281.99 (instead of
$319.95), Smartwatch with GPS and heart rate measurement, compatible with Android and iOS
Smartwatch Fitbit Ionic for $199.95 (instead of
$249.95), smartwatch with GPS, heart rate measurement, and space for 300 songs, compatible with Android and iOS
JBL Charge 4 – Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker for $129.95 (instead of
$179.95), a waterproof Bluetooth speaker with a battery life of around 20 hours
Far Cry 6 – PlayStation 4 for $49.94 (instead of
Various games for PS4, Xbox, PC and Switch from $7.40, including Need for Speed Heat, Madden NFL 21, Marvel’s Avengers, Rage 2
IRobot Roomba i7 + vacuum robot For $549.99 (instead of
Neato Robotics D450 Pets Edition robot vacuum cleaner for $599.99 (instead of
SodaStream Easy soda maker set for $59.00 (instead of
$99.99), promo pack with CO2 cylinder, 2 one-liter PET bottles, 2 drinking glasses, and 6 syrup samples
Security camera Arlo Pro3 for $376.99(instead of
$499.99), set of 2 cameras with the alarm system
Philips Hue smart home lamp in a 2-pack with the smart button for $174.09 (instead of
$194.99), dimmable E27 LED lamp; further Philips Hue products are also available
Black Friday 2020: date, information, first offers on Amazon
As soon as Prime Day is over, the next big shopping event is just around the corner: Black Friday is the most important shopping event of the year, with countless discount campaigns around the world, both online and offline. Black Friday traditionally takes place at the end of November, one day after Thanksgiving in the United States. This year it is November 27th, 2020.
But bargain hunters should keep their eyes open weeks beforehand, because most retailers start their Black Friday discount campaigns earlier. Amazon is particularly fast this year and started its “Early Black Friday Offers” on October 26th, and the campaign runs until November 19th. Singles Day, another bargain event that always takes place on November 11th, also falls during this time.
Here is an overview of all the important shopping days before Christmas:
Early Black Friday on Amazon: Bargain hunt before bargain hunt
From October 26th to November 19th, Amazon will be presenting thousands of daily and lightning deals, and as always, you should be quick if you want to get the best deals. Prime members have a distinct advantage as they can access lightning deals 30 minutes earlier. Those who do not yet have a Prime membership can test the service for 30 days free of charge.
In addition, it is worth purchasing the Amazon credit card, with which you not only get $60 in credit but also up to a 3 percent discount on all Amazon purchases. Thanks to the extended return period, orders can be returned up to and including January 31, 2021.
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