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Best Black Friday 2017 Deals To Look Out For: Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, And More

15 November 2017, 9:08 pm EST By Vincent Lanaria Tech Times
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The start of Black Friday was pretty underwhelming

Now that it's that time of the year again, everybody's probably up and about in search of the best Black Friday deals.

While some will head out to brick-and-mortar stores, others will stick with online shopping. Regardless of which route you take, though, it's better to be prepared for any kind of sale that retailers have planned.

At that, here are some bargains from Amazon, Best Buy, Dell, Kohl's, Samsung, Target, and Walmart to keep an eye out for.

Amazon

Amazon has a ton of Black Friday deals on its proprietary devices such as the Echo line, computers, phones accessories and a whole lot more. In fact, there are way too many to list down here, not to mention that Deals of the Day and Lightning Deals are in the mix too. They're even updated on a daily basis, so be sure to keep checking out what's been put up.

Best Buy

As expected, Best Buy is kicking off the holiday with a slew of discounts on electronics. Some of the notable ones the retailer is bringing to the table include Samsung 4K TVs and Lenovo and Dell laptops. The Apple Watch Series 2 has also had its price slashed down by $120.

Dell

Dell jumped the gun this Black Friday in an unusual manner. It offered deals until only Nov. 3, but it did pick things up on Nov. 15, which will last until Nov. 24.

The manufacturer isn't kidding this time around, either. It's slapping a paltry $129.99 price tag on the Inspiron 14 3000, for instance. The XPS 13 and XPS 15 are also going for $999.99 and $1,399.99, respectively.

Kohl's

The online Black Friday sale of Kohl's is scheduled on Nov. 20, and it's set to go full blast on Nov. 24. There isn't much to see at the moment, but luckily, the retailer's ad got leaked back in October, revealing great deals on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, smart home products, and other gadgets.

Samsung

Samsung is also one of the early birds this season, bundling the Galaxy Note 8 with a big freebie, aka the Gear 360 Camera. It's also shaving $100 off the Chromebook Plus and $120 off the 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S3, to name a few.

Target

Target got into the holiday spirit ahead of schedule too, and what it has in store got out even earlier by way of a leaked ad. Thanks to that, everyone already knew that the retailer is placing discounts across the board, from the iPhone 8, Galaxy S8, and Galaxy Note 8 to the Xbox One S and PS4.

Walmart

Last but not least, Walmart is making a huge splash this Black Friday with some bargains you can't afford to miss.

For example, there's about $500 off a 54.6-inch curved 4K Samsung TV, 70 bucks off the iPhone SE, $100 off a 1 TB PS4, and $200 off the Galaxy S7. Speaking of phones, it's offering a $300 gift card for those who buy the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus, and Galaxy Note 8 when activated on AT&T and Verizon.

With all said and done, those are some of the brands and retailers worth keeping tabs on this Black Friday 2017, as they offer some of the sweetest deals you'd find this holiday.

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