The Best Early Black Friday Deals on Laptops, TVs, and More
With this year’s unprecedented shipping delays, holiday shoppers need all the help they can get. Early Black Friday deals are nothing new—it feels like retailers advertise “Black Friday sales” all year long—but now that we’re actually approaching the official day, the name has some merit. Several stores are holding early Black Friday sales, with prices that truly compare to the lowest we’ve tracked. We’ve curated the best deals we’ve found below.
Read our Target Early Holiday Sale, Best Buy Early Black Friday Sale, Early TV Discounts, and Early Amazon Black Friday Sale roundups for more deals. WIRED will be covering all of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. We’ll be regularly updating these stories, and our deals newsletter is a great way to stay up-to-date. Check our Black Friday Tips for advice on shopping wisely.
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Phone, Laptop, and Headphone Deals
Acer Chromebook Spin 713 Laptop for $529 ($170 off)
The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is one of the best Chromebooks on the market. The pretty display can be used as a tablet, thanks to its 2-in-1 design, and the battery life will keep the machine going for hours (no matter what configuration is being used). This beats other good deals we’ve tracked for this particular model.
Jabra Elite 85T Wireless Earbuds for $150 ($80 off)
This recent price drop beats every other deal we’ve tracked for the Jabra Elite 85T (9/10, WIRED Recommends). These rugged earbuds have physical control buttons, baked-in water resistance, active noise cancellation, and a two-year warranty. They’re especially good for workouts.
Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones for $100 ($30 off)
I (Louryn) own and love these headphones. I’ve had them for years. They’re not the latest or greatest, and they don’t have active noise-canceling, but they do pair super-fast with iOS devices, thanks to the W1 chip inside (Android users can still pair just fine too). I like the stylish look and the comfortable ear cups, plus the signature bass-heavy Beats equalization sounds especially great when listening to rap and metal.
Samsung 870 Evo 500-Gigabyte Internal SSD for $65 ($30 off)
Solid state drives don’t have moving parts, making them extra expeditious compared to hard disk drives. An internal SSD like this one can be used to speed up your existing computer or future desktop. This price is $5 higher than the lowest WIRED has tracked.
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November 13, 2021 at 04:12AM