By on November 21, 2018

best black friday deals

The deals are here early! We scoured Amazon.com and other sites to pull over 30 of the best Black Friday deals we could find.

Scroll down for our curated list of over 30 of the Best Black Friday Deals from TVs and toys to pets and tools plus a few bonus deals at the bottom. Also, Amazon’s full list of deals is here, including its time-sensitive Daily Deals.

(Ed. note — This is sponsored content.)

Happy shopping and enjoy that turkey…

Electronics, TVs and Soundbars

Samsung QN65Q6F Flat 65” QLED 4K UHD 6 Series Smart TV 2018

41% Off

 

Samsung QN65Q6F Flat 65” QLED 4K UHD 6 Series Smart TV 2018 for 41% Off

 


LG Electronics 55SK8000PUA 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV  (2018 Model)

42% Off

LG Electronics 55SK8000PUA 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV

 


LG Electronics 65UK7700PUD 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2018 Model)

44% Off

 

 

 


Sony XBR55X800E 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV  (2017 Model)

11% Off

 

 


 

Sony XBR65X900F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV  (2018 Model)

20% Off


Polk Audio T15 Bookshelf Speakers, Pair, Black

51% Off



Polk Audio T50 Home Theater and Music Floor Standing Tower Speaker (Single, Black)

51% Off



Sony CT290 Ultra-slim 300W Sound bar, (HT-CT290)

47% Off

 


Jabra Move Wireless Stereo Headphones – Black

50% Off

 

 


Samsung LC27F398FWNXZA Samsung C27F398 27″ Curved Monitor

24% Off


 

Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad 7.5W  Wireless Charger for iPhone Xs, XS Max, XR, X, 8, 8 Plus,Compatible with Samsung, LG, Sony and More

50% Off

 


Mevo Plus – The Live Event Camera, Stream in Full HD 1080p or Record in 4K, Compatible with Android and iOS

20% Off

 


 

AUTOMOTIVE

ChargePoint Home WiFi Enabled Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger – Level 2 EVSE, 240 Volt, 32 Amp Electric Car Charger, UL Listed, Energy Star Certified, Hardwired Station, Indoor or Outdoor, 25 ft. Cable

20% Off

 


Yakima Racks and Accessories

20% OFF

 

 


NiteRider Bike Lights

20% Off

 


 

Kask Bike Helmets  

20% Off

 


 

Camping Gear from MSR, Therm-a-Rest and More

40% Off


 

Thule Bags, Car Racks, Strollers and More

20% Off

 


Timbuk2 Packs, Messenger Bags and Luggage

Up to 50% Off

 


Kitchen, Home and Home Improvement

Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker | WI-FI + Bluetooth | 900W | Anova App Included

50% Off

 


 

iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum with Wi-Fi Connectivity, Works with Alexa, Good for Pet Hair Carpets, Hard Floors

34% Off

 


iRobot Braava jet 240 Robot Mop

15% Off

 


 

Opal Nugget Ice Maker

18% Off

 

 


 

DEWALT DCK590L2 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion 3.0 Ah 5-Tool Combo Kit

42% Off

 

 


 

DEWALT DWA2T40IR IMPACT READY FlexTorq Screw Driving Set, 40-Piece

50% Off

 

 


Toys

Anki Cozmo Limited Edition, Interstellar Blue, A Fun, Educational Toy Robot for Kids

17% Off

 


 

Anki Overdrive: Fast & Furious Edition

41% Off

 

 

…and up to 61% Off Other Anki Accessories.


Watches and Fashion

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Smartwatch (Bluetooth), SM-R760NDAAXAR – US Version with Warranty

43% Off

 


 

Helly Hansen Apparel 

25% Off or More

 


Select prAna Apparel  

Up to 30% Off

 


Pets

Bissell Pet Hair Eraser 1650A Upright Vacuum with Tangle Free Brushroll

40% OFF

 


 

BLACK+DECKER CHV1410L 16V Cordless Lithium Hand Vacuum

30% OFF

 

 


 

PetSafe 5-Meal Automatic Dog and Cat Feeder, Dispenses Dog Food or Cat Food, Digital Clock

42% Off

 


 

PetSafe ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box, Automatic with Disposable Litter Tray and Blue Crystal Cat Litter, 2 Color Options

29% OFF

 


 

Bonus Deals

Nordic Track 1750  

$750 Off


Avocado Mattress 

$175 off 

+ extra $50 off for verified military. Ends December 3rd.

 

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24 Comments on “Over 30 of the Best Black Friday Deals We Could Find...”


  • avatar
    notapreppie

    My first thought involved a lot of choice 4-letter words that would have been filtered by the automoderation system here.

    WTF does this have to do with cars?
    Why is this website about cars pushing this wasteful, consumeristic BS?
    Stop. Just stop.

    Be true to your brand.

    • 0 avatar
      brn

      I clicked on the “article”, expecting to see automotive accessories. Nope, just an ad for Amazon. Amazon doesn’t need the help.

    • 0 avatar
      Tim Healey

      We, like everyone else, have bills to pay and corporate collaborations to follow. It’s journalism in 2018, and you don’t have to read the ad posts if you don’t want to.

      • 0 avatar
        brn

        I get that. However, when these were first posted, they lacked the editorial note that they were sponsored. That demonstrates a lack of integrity. I’m pleased that the note has since been added. It should still be a little clearer. For example, kn this one, I need to click into the article before I can see the note that the content is sponsored.

        I get that you have bills to pay. I’ve no problem with sponsored content. It should be very clear that it’s sponsored (e.g. “Sponsored: Over 30 of the Best Black Friday Deals We Could Find” as a title) and I’d encourage it to be automotive related.

      • 0 avatar
        arach

        Tim:

        1. I don’t mind the ads. I know its how you pay the bills and there’s clearly no one mistaking this for an article.

        2. Last year I recall you put some legwork in and put together a list of car-related deals. While I know you get paid from amazon for the referrals, I really enjoyed that because it related to the site and you made money off it… win win win!

        As a car guy, none of the listed items here have any relevancy to me. If I don’t click any of your links and buy, you don’t get much referral cash, no?

        My point being that if you list car related stuff I’d both enjoy it more AND be more likely to spend money, which in turn generates more money for you.

        I love TTAC- its my favorite car site :) I want to help you keep your lights on!

  • avatar
    chrishs2000

    Why does this site need ad funding? All I see lately are automotive news articles that are parroted without any additional basic research or insightful commentary. Or 200 word “reviews” on cars from fully paid manufacturer trips to test drive events that read like an Edmunds summary.

    I used to read every article on this site because they were all unique and had insightful, biting commentary. Now I visit every few days and basically just read the junk yard finds.

  • avatar
    Lie2me

    I have a pair of those Polk bookshelf speakers, excellent speakers for the money, just sayin’

    • 0 avatar
      Funky

      Many years ago I had an opportunity to meet some folks from Polk Audio and get an overview of their facility and products. They are good folks. And they make a good product. Like you, I also own some of their recently produced consumer oriented products. And I’ve also been very happy with them.

  • avatar
    Funky

    To the naysayers: I think they earn a few extra bucks in commissions for items purchased. They’re just trying to make a living. From my point of view, I cannot fault them for that. Everybody needs to make a living.

  • avatar
    Jeff Waingrow

    There should be a clear demarcation between editorial content and paid-for advertising. This site has been playing fast and loose with this for a while, but these last few pieces blur the distinction completely. TTAC is quickly becoming just another place to get sold something.

    • 0 avatar
      Tim Healey

      We usually do have an italicized disclosure, but I didn’t do it this time because I thought it would be clear from the bylines, headlines, and other aspects that this was advertorial content.

      Look, we have to pay the bills somehow. That’s why these ads run, and that’s why there are ads on the site the rest of the time. Would you rather have a paywall? Or would you rather get a few posts that you can ignore a handful of times per year while you read the rest of the site for free. I know which one I’d choose.

      • 0 avatar
        WalterRohrl

        TTAC wouldn’t survive a month behind a paywall. Ads are fine but make them obviously ads. I’ll even click on them if they are something that interests me. I don’t use adblock. But making the ads look EXACTLY like real content is disrespectful to your audience. And the byline on this ad even has a person’s name, i.e. just like a real post.

  • avatar
    EX35

    God I miss the Robert Farago days. He would have never stood for this. I predict this website doesn’t last another year. It’s lost all integrity.

    • 0 avatar
      Lie2me

      Really? I predict that TTAC will last BECAUSE they realize that selling a bit of advertising keeps the doors open and the lights on

      You don’t have to read or comment on them, just skip over them

      • 0 avatar
        EX35

        Except it’s not a little advertising. So many “articles” are now thinly veiled press releases. This would have never flown in RFs day.

        • 0 avatar
          Lie2me

          Well, aren’t press releases news? I’ve heard people complain that book reviews are nothing but thinly veiled ads for the books they talk about. Well, yeah, how else would I know if I want to buy the book?

          • 0 avatar
            Jeff Waingrow

            But that’s the point. Some book reviews are, as you say, thinly veiled ads for the books talked about, but other reviews are most definitely not. I would want to read (and rely on) the ones that are not. Wouldn’t you?

    • 0 avatar
      Tim Healey

      These ads pay our bills. And these are very clearly ads. Hence the “staff” bylines and other subtle differences from our regular content.

      • 0 avatar
        Jeff Waingrow

        Tim, why do the differences have to be subtle, as you put it? Why not make the ads clearly ads and not some hybrid that requires careful reading to discern that these are in fact ads? Are you saying you need this sleight of hand in order to be able to pay the bills? I’ve noticed this same kind of vagueness in several of our local newspapers where what look like news pieces are actually advertisements, only they have the look of normal news items. One local paper here does a car review (almost always VWG) that appears to the unsuspecting like an unbiased review. Only this brave new world could have cooked up words such as “infomercial”!

      • 0 avatar
        WalterRohrl

        I’ll point out that this actual ad post that you are responding to says it was authored by “Scott Birke”, i.e. not TTAC Staff. What is the other “subtle difference”? The format is EXACTLY like anything else TTAC runs.

      • 0 avatar
        notapreppie

        This ad’s byline says it’s written by Scott Birke.

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