By on November 29, 2019

best black friday deals

Scroll down for our curated list of over XX of the Best Black Friday Deals from phone chargers to home speakers to vacuum cleaners. Amazon’s complete list of deals is here.

(Ed. note — This is sponsored content, obviously.)

Happy shopping! Hope you find the right gifts for you and yours.

Bluetooth Speaker

This Harmon Kardon Bluetooth home speaker will keep them rockin’ around the Christmas tree all-year-round. Free shipping, 10 hours of playtime, hi fidelity sound, and wireless streaming will get the beat thumping anywhere you put it.

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DSLR Camera

This Canon Rebel will get you shooting cars, stars, and whatever else tickles your fancy in no time. This lightest and smallest EOS features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and shoots video in 4K. Whether you’re a pro or a hobbyist, you’ll be taking the snappiest snapshots on the block or what’s in your driveway in no time.

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Bose Home Speaker with Alexa

If a Bluetooth speaker isn’t rock n’ roll enough, you can connect to Alexa and get your day organized, your questions about the world answered, and of course, you can play music using just your voice. Alexa, please set the browser homepage to TTAC.

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Samsung 55-inch Smart TV

Need a new TV to watch all your favorite car races? How about this 55-inch flatscreen 4K smart TV from Samsung that also features Alexa connectivity? You know that current TV of yours is looking mighty old…

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Blender

Do you have a cook in the house who needs a new kitchen appliance? Someone who likes protein shakes, perhaps, or margaritas, or Pina Coladas and getting caught in the rain? Look no further than this blender. With a self-cleaning feature and eight speeds, every cook and baker from the newbie to the pro will be happy to see this under their Christmas tree, or better yet, on their kitchen counter.

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Vacuum Cleaner

Get a little too loose with that blender? Got a big mess in the kitchen? Holiday guest just dropped crumbs everywhere? Let this Bissell bagless vacuum cleaner take care of all your messes all year round.

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Apple Watch Stand

Lots of people love the Apple Watch, and given how expensive it is, one might need a good place to put it. This watch stand will give you — or your favorite watch-wearing family member or friend — a safe place to up the watch when not wearing it.

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16 Comments on “The Best Black Friday Deals We Could Find...”


  • avatar
    slavuta

    Bagless vacuum is a no-no from the start

    • 0 avatar
      MBella

      Agreed. After a series of them starting with the original Fantóm, i went through a series of them, all junk. They only work if the passages are clean, and you have to constantly empty them. Finally switched to a commercial Oreck, and will never go back to bagless.

      • 0 avatar
        JimZ

        huh, I didn’t know that taking the collector off of my Eureka and flipping the bottom over the trash can was such a chore.

        • 0 avatar
          slavuta

          They just suck (in a bad way), period! 1. they are leaking fine particles. 2. while you shaking them out, you better wear a gas mask. 3. Bags are cheap, filters are not

        • 0 avatar
          MBella

          If you read the directions of everyone of the bagless vacuums, you have to empty it as soon as the vortex inside is visibly at a determined mark on the canister. This takes a few dust bunnies to get to. If you don’t, all the little passages block up, and you have to take it apart and clean everything. I used to use a shop vac to vacuum the vacuum. I find that most people who defend bagless vacuums don’t realize theirs are completely blocked, and don’t have the suction of an asthmatic. I suggest really checking yours.

  • avatar
    PeriSoft

    “Scroll down for our curated list of over XX of the Best Black Friday Deals”

    :|

  • avatar
    28-Cars-Later

    WTF is this. When you shill, can you at least make it auto related?

    • 0 avatar
      MBella

      Yup, and if you’re going to say best deals, shouldn’t the price at least be mentioned?

      I will say, usually I can find a few very good deals around black Friday, but this year has been unbelievably disappointing. Even Best Buy’s door Buster’s wouldn’t be able to get me in the store. Did anyone camp out this year?

      • 0 avatar
        Lie2me

        Camp out? No need, most every store lets you purchase Black Friday deals on line, why camp out?

        I bought yet another printer, because in some cases buying a printer which includes ink is CHEAPER then buying the ink alone. I just don’t know what to do with a closet filled with old printers

        • 0 avatar
          MBella

          In years past, the Best Buy door busters were only available at the store. The only time I did it was for a Plasma TV many years ago. Normal retail price at Best buy at the time was $3800. Micro Center had it as a door buster for $1200. $2600 for 8 hours of my life was worth it. Recently you were at Best saving $50-100 on a TV or laptop. People still camped. This year, I don’t think there was a deal I couldn’t find any other time of year. That’s my point.

          • 0 avatar
            28-Cars-Later

            I am now watching a 42in Sharp Aquos LCD TV I purchased new in 2010 from a friend who had a side business selling electronics. I couldn’t believe I spent $500 on a TV, considering my other one at the time was $100 used in 2003. $1200 for a $3800 item is great but didn’t it feel a bit odd spending $1,200 on a television?

          • 0 avatar
            bumpy ii

            Depends on the TV. I wouldn’t give you a nickel then or now for any LCD TV from that era, as I found the motion artifact jaggies to be intolerably galling.

          • 0 avatar
            MBella

            I enjoy watching a good movie or hockey game. At the time the refresh rates of LCDs were terrible. Even today, the few TVs that have real 120hz refresh rates are over a thousand. My dad paid $1200 in the early 90s for a 32″ CRT. Everyone thought it was big at the time.

        • 0 avatar
          JimZ

          how about not participating in this nonsense at all?

          • 0 avatar
            28-Cars-Later

            This. The only winning move is not to play.

          • 0 avatar
            Lie2me

            You’re right, but sometimes it just feels really good to score a good deal on something you really want. What isn’t good is buying something you don’t need just because it’s a good deal

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