Over 30 of the Best Black Friday Deals We Could Find

Scott Birke
by Scott Birke
over 30 of the best black friday deals we could find

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

42% Off
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

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

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

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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  • Jeff Waingrow Jeff Waingrow on Nov 23, 2018

    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.

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    • Bking12762 Bking12762 on Nov 24, 2018

      @WalterRohrl Succinctly put WalterRohrl.

  • EX35 EX35 on Nov 23, 2018

    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.

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    • Notapreppie Notapreppie on Nov 25, 2018

      @Tim Healey This ad's byline says it's written by Scott Birke.

  • Jeff S I am not a fan of Tesla and they were niche vehicles but it seems that they have become more common. I doubt if I get an EV that it would be a Tesla. The electrical grid will have to be expanded because people over the long run are not going to accept the excuse of the grid can't handle people charging their EVs.
  • AMcA The '70 Continentals and Town Cars may have been cousins to the standard body Fords and Mercurys, they didn't have to be disguised, because they had unique, unbelievably huge bodies of their own. Looking at the new 1970 interior, I'd say it was also a cost savings in sewing the seat. Button tufted panels like the 1969 interior had require a lot of sewing and tufting work. The 1970 interior is mostly surface sewing on a single sheet of upholstery instead of laboriously assembled smaller pieces. FINALLY: do I remember correctly that the shag carpet shown under these cars was a Photoshop? They didn't really go so peak '70s as to photograph cars on shag carpets, did they?
  • Inside Looking Out Toyota makes mass market cars. Their statement means that EVs are not mass market yet. But then Tesla managed to make mass market car - Mode; 3. Where I live in CA there are more Tesla Model 3s on streets than Corollas.
  • Ltcmgm78 A lot of dirt must turn before there's an EV in every driveway. There must be a national infrastructure plan written by other than politicians chasing votes. There must be reliable batteries that hopefully aren't sourced from strategic rivals. There must be a way to charge a lot of EVs. Toyota is wisely holding their water. There is a danger in urging unplanned and hasty moves away from ICE vehicles. Do we want to listen to unending speeches every election cycle that we are closer than we have ever been to 100% electrification and that voting for certain folks will make it happen faster? Picture every car in your town suddenly becoming all electric and a third of them need a charge or the driver will be late for work. This will take a lot of time and money.
  • Kendahl One thing I've learned is that cars I buy for local errands tend to be taken on 1,000 mile trips, too. We have a 5-speed Focus SE that has gone on longer trips than I ever expected. It has served us well although, if I had it to do over again, I would have bought an ST. At the time of purchase, we didn't plan to move from 1,000 feet elevation to 6,500. The SE is still adequate but the ST's turbo and extra power would have been welcome.