In addition to publishing its crazy Black Friday 2014 deals, eBay has also spilled the beans on some if its upcoming Cyber Monday deals, revealing some of its plans for December 1st. According to the company, the “Cyber Monday Frenzy” will start on Sunday, November 30th, at 9:00 p.m. PST, with deals coming up every hour, “while supplies last.” More →
Livingsocial has no intention of letting top rival Groupon have all the fun, and the site has just revealed a wide range of special deals that will be made available to members for Black Friday 2014. Membership is free, of course, and since all of Livingsocial’s normal deals offer huge discounts below standard retail prices, you can imagine how deep the discounts will get as the site looks to reel in shoppers looking for Black Friday deals. More →
Just like Best Buy, Walmart has kicked off Black Friday 2014 online sales on Thanksgiving Day and is offering buyers the chance of purchasing various products for a discounted price from the comfort of their own homes. The retailer has already published its massive Black Friday offer, revealing it has prepared some interesting tech deals for customers looking for electronic devices on Black Friday. More →
Amazon isn’t only offering its customers countless special Black Friday 2014 online deals on physical goods right now, as the giant retailer has also put together a collection of 39 paid Android apps and games, a combined value of over $130, and is offering them all free of charge to Android users during Black Friday. More →
While in-store Black Friday 2014 sales will start on Thanksgiving evening, many of them will begin selling products at Black Friday prices throughout Thanksgiving Day. Such is the case with Best Buy, which has already started taking Black Friday orders on its online store and is even selling out online stock for some items already. More →
Black Friday sales have completely spilled over into Thanksgiving Day, and the chaos is already underway across America. But while your friends and family are out battling crowds of crazy shoppers, you’re warm and comfy at home or at a relative’s house. And you’re not worried about missing all of those brick and mortar doorbuster sales today at Best Buy, Walmart, Target and more, because you know that the Internet is home to Black Friday 2014 deals that are as good or even better than what you’ll find out in stores.
We have already told you everything you need to know about awesome online Black Friday sales from Amazon, eBay, Samsung and others, and now we’re back with another big Black Friday sale — and compared to sales from giant retailers like Best Buy, very few people know about it. More →
Dirt-cheap Android tablets from Best Buy, Walmart, elsewhere found to ship with major security flaws
Many retailers are ready to offer buyers various interesting deals on smartphones and tablets this year on Black Friday, but not all products are safe for consumers, new research from security company Bluebox Labs reveals. Apparently, certain dirt-cheap Android tablets might come with major security vulnerabilities on board. More →
GameStop on Tuesday officially announced its Black Friday 2014 deals, publishing the full Black Friday ad on its website, even though it had leaked online a few days ago. The company is offering many gaming-related deals this Black Friday, but buyers will also be able to buy smartphones, tablets and other consumer electronics from GameStop. More →
Spending time with family and reflecting on what we’re most thankful for on Thanksgiving may soon be a thing of the past in America, where the deeply discounted deals Black Friday is known for has spilled over to Thanksgiving Day. The Associated Press cites data from research firm MarketTrack and Adobe’s market research arm in reporting that the best deals of the season will be available not on Black Friday this year, but one day earlier on Thanksgiving. More →
We have already covered all the crazy Black Friday sales from the nation’s top retailers including Best Buy, Walmart, Target and more. We also told you about a number of incredible Black Friday 2014 sales that have already begun. For example, Amazon is offering new lightning deals every 10 minutes, Best Buy’s early access sale began on Tuesday, and Target’s early Black Friday sale kicked off on Wednesday morning.
But eBay is the one website we can always count on for huge deals all year round, and the site has just announced a number of crazy deals offering discounts that are even better than the auction prices we normally see on eBay. More →