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It’s not Black Friday yet, but it might as well be with this early eBay sale

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With less than a month to go until the Christmas shopping season starts, we already saw the first leaked Black Friday ads and they’ll be followed by many others in the coming weeks. As was the case in previous years, some retailers are going to start Black Friday sales a lot sooner than others, and eBay is one of them.

eBay is holding a couple early November sales for “first-minute shoppers.” They’re not quite Black Friday sales, but buyers still get some significant discounts on a bunch of items. In fact, you might even find prices that are better than Black Friday on a few different items.

eBay’s first sale kicks off online on at 8:00 AM ET / 5:00 AM PT on November 1st, and then a second round of deals becomes available at the same time on November 6th. The company will offer users free shipping and a price match guarantee on top of the discounts. Here are the best tech deals being offered each day:

November 1st:

November 6st:

Like we said, this is not a Black Friday ad, but it is a limited-time sale that might help you get some holiday shopping done early this year. Many of the gadgets and electronics you plan on buying this Christmas season aren’t included in either of these eBay deals, but more eBay sales are likely coming soon. Here’s the full ad for eBay’s early November sales, which includes all the items that will be on sale beginning November 1st.

Image source: eBay

Image source: eBay

Image source: eBay

Image source: eBay


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Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.