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These are all the early Black Friday deals that are available right now

November 23rd, 2016 at 1:13 PM
Early Black Friday 2016

It’s just Wednesday, but the Black Friday sales bonanza is already in full swing. Various retailers kicked off their promotions a few days early, including Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and many others. And there are plenty of great tech deals available right away, all from the comfort of your own home. That’s right, you don’t even have to get out of the house to get in on the action.

DEAL ALERT: Don’t like these deals? Check out an even bigger Black Friday sale right here


Amazon already kicked off its Device Holiday Sale and other pre-Black Friday sales, and there are several deals to take advantage of right now:

Best Buy

Best Buy has a special sale going on right now, but you have to be a My Best Buy rewards program subscriber to access them — here’s how to sign up. Here are some of the deals available right now:


We already saw eBay’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday ads (read here and here), and you should browse the site for early Black Friday deals as we speak. There are great console deals (think PS4 Slim, PS4 Pro, Xbox One, and Xbox One S) and one amazing iPhone 7 deal that you need to check out.


GameSpot announced earlier this week that it’ll host a pre-Black Friday sales event running from November 22nd through November 27th. The “Only at GameStop” sale will feature exclusive bundles, new and pre-owned video games, and one-of-a-kind collectibles. Here are some of them:

  • Only at GameStop, get $20 off Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy ($79.99) and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Pro ($119.99) as well as $20 off the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Standard Edition ($59.99).
  • Only at GameStop, get Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Standard Edition for $1 when you trade a select game.
  • Only at GameStop, get Destiny The Collection for FREE, a $59.99 value, with the purchase of any new PlayStation®4 system, including the PS4 500GB Uncharted 4 Bundle
  • Only at GameStop, get an Xbox One Backpack for FREE, a $60 value, with the purchase of any new 1TB Xbox One Bundle, while supplies last.
  • Save $50 on the purchase of a Battlefield 1 Xbox One S 1TB Special Edition Bundle or Gears of War 4 Xbox One S 1TB Bundle.
  • Save $30 on the PlayStation® 4 Gold Wireless Headset ($69.99).
  • GameStop is the destination for virtual reality, save $20 on Samsung Gear VR ($79.99), save $30 on Merge Virtual Reality Goggles (49.99), and save $11 on the ReTrak Virtual Reality Headset ($8.99). These offers are good through Sunday, November 27.
  • Only at GameStop, get a free guitar with the purchase of the Rock Band Rivals Band Kit for $199.99.
  • Pick up a free pre-owned game ($29.99 or less) with the purchase of a pre-owned PlayStation® 4 or Xbox One.
  • Only at GameStop, find the Captain America Battle Damaged Shield Backpack and save $20 ($49.99).
  • Save $50 on the purchase of a Battlefield 1 Xbox One S 1TB Special Edition Bundle or Gears of War 4 Xbox One S 1TB Bundle.


Some of Kmart Black Friday prices are live on their site right now, BFAds informs us. Check out the Kmart’s Black Friday 2016 ad at this link for deal details.


Target is also one of the major retailers that kicked off its Black Friday sales early. You can buy products at Black Friday prices online or in stores (via Cartwheel). Just add products to your shopping cart and the lower prices should show up.

Target’s full Black Friday 2016 ad is available at this link. Also, remember to check Target’s special 10 Days of Deals event.


Walmart’s huge pre-Black Friday sale started a few days ago. Here are some of the items we’ve highlighted:

For even more details, including deals and leaked ads, check out our ultimate Black Friday guide.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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