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175+ best Black Friday weekend deals that you can still shop right now

Black Friday is technically over, but there are still plenty of deals. We're rounding up the best weekend discounts from Amazon, Walmart, and more. We'll be keeping this page fresh with the best Black Friday weekend deals we can find.Nintendo; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderWhen you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.Black Friday is technically over, but several fantastic deals are still available. Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart continue to offer some of the best discounts we've seen on products across every category. And more deals are on the way as we head into Cyber Monday on November 28. We're updating this page throughout the weekend with the best Black Friday discounts that are still live. Right now, you can snag big savings on streaming services, Amazon products, Apple devices, 4K TVs, and more. We recommend bookmarking this page and checking back regularly as our expert team of reporters and editors will be rounding up all of the very best deals through Cyber Monday. Top Black Friday deals still available right nowPeacock Premium plan: $99 cents/month (80% off)Hulu x Disney+ bundle: $4.98 per month (55% off)Samsung 65-inch OLED 4K TV: $1797 (40% off)Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation): $200 (20% off)Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021): $25 (50% off)Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer: $25 (37% off)Hydro Flask 32 oz. Wide Mouth Bottle: $33 (26% off)Home Accents Festive Pine Christmas Tree: $50 (29% off)Kindle Paperwhite: $95 (32% off)Dyson v10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum: $399 ($200 off)$104 off the United By Blue Recycled Full Zip JacketUnited By BlueThis fleece is super soft and warm. The company is committed to using sustainable materials in its products, and the jacket is made from 100% recycled materials. You can find it in two colorways, lagoon and forest floor. Right now, it's more than $100 off bringing it down to $44 — its lowest price ever.50% off on the Exploding Kittens Original Card GameExploding KittensThis highly-strategic, kitty-themed game is a true phenomenon and a great way to get the family together and is fun for almost any age group. It's currently half off, just in time for a great stocking stuffer or White Elephant gift.Save $30 on the Fitbit Versa 3FitbitWith automatic activity tracking and a large screen, the Versa 3 has nearly all the perks of the Fitbit line at a not-totally-absurd price point plus a stylish design. It's now available on clearance, so you can get it with a sweet $30 discount.Save 19% on the Lego Optimus PrimeAmazonLike its Transformers namesake, the Lego Optimus Prime can actually change from his robot form into a truck without needing to rebuild. This is a sought-after Lego set and it's at its lowest price ever on Amazon and Walmart.Save $100 on the Philips Premium Airfryer XXLAmazonWe like the Philips Premium Airfryer XXL because it has a spacious interior that holds up to 3 pounds or 7 quarts of food, cooks quickly, and is dishwasher safe. During Black Friday, it's at its lowest price in months, though we've seen it as cheap as $200 in the last year.Save over $100 on the Hoover Dual Power Max Pet Upright Carpet CleanerWalmartThis powerful carpet cleaner typically costs upwards of $200 or more. But right now, Walmart has it on sale for $97. So if you have a lot of pets and pet messes, this is a great tool to help you keep a clean home.15% off the Flamingo Women's RazorFlamingoThoughtfully designed to fit ergonomically into your hand and weighted with a no-slip grip, the Flamingo Razor is a step-up from your average manual razor. It's also available in four different neutral tones with matching shower holders to choose your favorite from. Right now, shoppers can buy their favorite for just under $13 — a rare discount on an essential tool.Save 30% on the Nike Women's Infinity React 3NIKEDesigned to be lightweight and breathable, yet durable and responsive, the Infinity React 3 caters to the needs of most runners. Originally $160, they're currently on sale for $111.98. Save 39% on the Hot Wheels Super Speed Blastway Dual Track RacingAmazonThis racetrack is ready for thrilling high-speed side-by-side racing action and it can connect to other Hot Wheels tracks for even more fun. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen since 2020.Save 20% on the Triple F.A.T. Goose Rockhopper PufferTriple F.A.T. GooseReleased as part of the brand's new Reforged Supply Collection, the Rockhopper uses recycled materials and a non-toxic durable water resistant coating. At $85 off, this is a rare deal on a recently launched product.$50 off the Roku StreambarRokuThe Roku Streambar is a compact soundbar that also acts as a streaming device, giving you an all-in-one option for crisp Dolby Audio and crystal clear 4K, HD, and HDR graphics. It's discounted by $50 to an $80 overall price, making this a great time to buy.Save 45% on the AllModern Williams Two-Drawer NightstandAllModernClass-up your bedroom with this mid-century nightstand, complete with two drawers and minimalist accents. This nightstand comes in walnut, acorn, white and gray finishes. It's on sale for $243, but you can get another 25% off with the code GET25.Save 14% on the Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 12.9-inchAppleApple's Magic Keyboard is designed to seamlessly attach to the iPad Pro with a comfortable and responsive typing experience, trackpad, and a USB-C port. It's a great way to boost your productivity from your tablet, especially at this excellent price of$300.40% off the Everlane Everyone Denim JacketEverlaneFeaturing unisex styling, the Everyone Denim Jacket is easy to wear and style for everyone. Right now, it's $59 — bringing the price down nearly $30.50% off the Amazon Fire HD 10 TabletAmazonWith 32GB of internal storage, a 1080p HD display, and loads of features like Alexa integration, the Fire HD 10 is one of the most versatile, yet affordable tablets you can buy. Currently on sale for 50% off, it's an even better deal at $75.25% off Jambys LoungewearAmir Ismael/InsiderLong Jambys are sustainably made modal, which comes from tree fibers. The material is incredibly soft and comfortable. On sale for $55, this is a great deal on premium loungewear. Read our full Jambys review here.25% off Bombas SocksBombasBombas makes some of the best socks we've ever tested — even at full price. Right now, you'll save 10% on packs plus an extra 25% on your order, bringing this 8-Pack down to $75.60. Read our full review and shop the entire site.$230 off the Vitamix Professional Series 750 BlenderWilliams SonomaThe Vitamix Professional Series 750 has everything you need in a blender, and its proven longevity makes it worth the price. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price we've seen by $60.$12.90 off the Casper Glow LightSuzy Hernandez/InsiderThe Casper Glow Light is a wireless, portable night-light. You control it with intuitive gestures for a beautiful, streamlined experience. It's 10% off during the company's Black Friday event.$15 off the Birthdate Co. CandleBirthdate CoGet 25% off on this candle, which is customized with scents associated with your (or someone else's) birthdate. Beyond offering a unique smell, writing on the container reveals personality traits around that specific birthday.25% off Brooklinen Boerum JoggersBrooklinenThe Boerum Joggers are a comfortable and stylish pair of lounge pants that come in seven different colors. This ultra-soft pair of sweats is on sale for under $60 during Brooklinen's Black Friday sale.$18 off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$25 off JBL Go 3 Portable Waterproof Bluetooth SpeakerAmazonThe JBL Go 3 Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker features a rechargeable batter with a long runtime, a dustproof and waterproof design, and is compact enough to fit in your pocket. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.51% off Rosyclo Cloud SlippersAmazonWhile not the exact same pair, these cloud slippers are nearly identical in design to the ones our executive editor Sally Kaplan owns and loves. Your discount will depend on the size and color you select, but we're seeing an average savings of 51% on these trendy cloud slippers.40% off Fullstar Vegetable Chopper and SpiralizerAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.30% off By Jing BoxFly by JingFly By Jing is one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.$110 off Fitbit SenseFitbitThe Sense smartwatch has a ton of added features, focusing on heart health and stress management, giving you a more holistic look at your well-being. It's on sale for $140 during Black Friday which is an excellent deal considering how feature-rich this smartwatch is.$80 off Bowflex SelectTech 552 dumbbellsNautilusThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.$300 off Toto Washlet C100 Bidet SeatWayfairToto makes premium bathroom fixtures, including its bidets. We haven't tested this model and there are more advanced options, but right now you can save $300 on the C100.$150 off Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillThe Home DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.19% off Nike Air VaporMax 2021 FKNikeFeaturing a full Air midsole and a Flyknit woven upper, the Vapormax 2021 uses several of Nike's most advanced technologies. Right now, they're 19% off.$50 off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromTaking on the look of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, this is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$7 off Wyze Bulb Color 2-PackBest BuyBright, colorful, and most importantly, affordable, these smart LED bulbs make an excellent addition to any smart home setup. Down to $20, they're now more affordable at only $10 each.$100 off Apple AirPods MaxAppleThe AirPods Max are expensive despite offering great sound quality and noise cancellation. At $449 during Black Friday, this is around the cheapest we've ever seen them (and an excellent deal considering Apple doesn't discount them often).$500 off Samsung 55-Inch The Frame Smart 4K UHD TVSamsungSamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.$20 off Elden RingElden Ring / FromSoftwareThis 2022 Game of the Year nominee from the creators of Dark Souls is a challenging adventure, even for experienced gamers. This is one of the best prices we've seen since it released in February.$50 off the Fitbit LuxeSally KaplanThe Fitbit Luxe is a great option for the fashionistas in your life who don't like the look of a traditional smartwatch. On Black Friday, it's on sale for $80 — the lowest price we've seen. Check out more of the best Fitbit deals we've rounded up from across the web, and our buying guide to the best Fitbits we've tested.Save up to 40% on Monos luggageMonosShop all Monos luggage dealsBest known for its carry-on with a front pocket fit for a laptop, Monos is home to some of the best luggage and travel accessories we've tested. The travel brand has made a name for itself with its suitcases' convenient organization, as demonstrated by its Pro Plus Carry-on with extra storage space.Travelers can save up to a rare 40% on carry-ons, full-sized luggage, and travel accessories with the code EARLYBF2022. Shoppers can also expect to see discounts of up to 50% off on November 25-27 with the code BLACKFRIDAY2022, and up to 30% off on November 28-December 4 with the code CYBERWEEK2022. $150 off Apple 24-inch iMac M1 2021Apple$150 off Apple's 24-inch iMac running on the powerful M1 processor only makes a dent, but it's still the best price we've seen for this model. If you've been looking for a powerful all-in-on computer that will last a long time, the 24-inch iMac with a deal is a great option.20% off Philips Premium Digital Air FryerWilliams SonomaThe Philips Premium Digital Air Fryer heats up within seconds, turning out evenly cooked, crispy food with greater efficiency than an oven and even many other air fryers. At 20% off, this is one of the lowest price we've seen in months.$150 off KitchenAid 5-qt. Artisan Series Fresh Prep Attachment BundleKohl'sOne of the best deals we've seen on KitchenAid stand mixers is this bundle, which combines a 5 quart Artisan mixer with food processing attachments. This matches the sale price we've seen at other retailers, but also includes the Fresh Prep attachment, which usually retails for $60. The deal is available in three colors.30% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.$25 off Sonic FrontiersSegaPlaystation 5Xbox Series X Nintendo SwitchThe latest Sonic the Hedgehog game was released earlier this month and it's already 50% off for Black Friday. The game's "open zone" format is new for the franchise but it's gotten generally favorable reviews since its launch.$20 off Everlane Alpaca CrewEverlaneWith over 2500 reviews and four and a half stars, the alpaca crew is an Everlane staple. It comes in 12 colors and is 20% off on Black Friday.$32 off Lift Top Noblewell Coffee TableAmazonThis vintage wood table opens up and converts to a laptop desk while providing extra storage. Ideal for compact spaces, this table can easily fold back down to be used as a regular coffee table. Its Black Friday deal price is $12 less than the previous all-time low price.$60 off Vitamix E310 BlenderWilliams SonomaThis pared-down Vitamix has 10 variable speeds and a 48-ounce pitcher. This is the lowest price we've seen recently for this model.$100 off Hyperice Hypervolt 2 ProHypericeThe Hypervolt 2 Pro is Hyperice's best massage gun, offering five variable speeds, three hours of battery life, and a number of swappable head attachments. It's on sale for $100 off its normal price during Black Friday which is one of the best deals we've ever seen for it.20% off Seresto Flea and Tick Collar for Large DogsChewyThe Seresto Flea and Tick Collar offer eight months of protection against fleas and ticks in all life stages. It's the only flea collar on the market that we recommend for dogs. For Black Friday 2022, Chewy is offering a rare deal we only see a few times a year.$230 off Nectar Memory Foam Mattress (Queen)NectarThe gel memory foam of the Nectar makes it a versatile mattress that conforms to the contours of your body to relieve pressure. During Black Friday, it's 33% off which is one of the best prices we've seen it at.30% off PlayStation DualSense Wireless ControllerThere are a number of steps you can take at home with your PS5 console to resolve the connectivity error.YELIM LEE/AFP via Getty ImagesThe PS5 controller is one of the best in the industry thanks to its haptic feedback, built-in microphone, and adaptive triggers. The Black Friday discount extends to other colors of the controller, like black, purple, & red.$240 off Roborock S7 Robot VacuumRoborockWhile it had trouble in corners and operates loudly, we were overall impressed with the powerful suction of the S7, and it was one of the best at mopping of the robot vacuums we tested. This is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen on this model.30% off Yeti Rambler 10 oz Wine TumblerAmazonNow 30% off, the Yeti Rambler holds up to 10 ounces of your favorite wine whether you're on a camping trip or on the back patio. The stainless steel interior paired with the double-wall vacuum insulation is what keeps your drink exactly at the temperature you like.29% off Black + Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld VacuumAmazonThe powerful Black+Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld Vacuum (model BDH2020FL) has a narrow, flexible, 4-foot hose that can clean hard-to-reach areas of your car. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen it offered.$35 off Champion Men's Pullover HoodieAmazonJust in time for cooler weather, the Champion Pullover Hoodie features its signature logo, a jersey-lined hood, and is available in 25 different colors. Plus, this fleece sweater is 64% off for Black Friday.$60 off Apple Watch UltraAppleThis isn't a huge deal for the Apple Watch Ultra but it's the best deal we've seen for this model that was only released in September. And a discount is a discount for such a popular and expensive smartwatch.25% off Away Packable CarryallAwayThis travel tote is lightweight and made from water-resistant nylon for durability. It can easily hold all your daily essentials but also packs down into a zippered pouch so you can toss it in your suitcase. Plus, you can save 25% from now through Cyber Monday.40% off Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air FryerJen Gushue/InsiderThe Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air Fryer lets you cook two separate dishes at once, and you can time them to finish simultaneously to take the guesswork out of your dinner routine. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.$30 off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendoThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the definitive adventure game on the Nintendo Switch, sending players on a sprawling journey across a fantasy world with hundreds of secrets to discover. Right now Walmart is selling it for only $30, a rare discount that puts it at the lowest price we've ever seen.25% off Hydro Flask ToteHydro FlaskThe Hydro Flask Tote makes for the perfect travel bag, especially when storing food because its lightweight, insulated, and fully lined. For Black Friday, the tote is 25% off.$50 off Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric ToothbrushAmazonStart and end every day with the Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric Toothbrush, now 40% off for Black Friday. Complete with 5 Smart Modes and technology that stores your brushing patterns, this brush comes with one more plus a travel case.$270 off Samsung 75-inch Class TU690T Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TVBest BuyIf you're in need of a large screen for your living room, this Samsung TV is one of the best budget options you can find. While it may not have Samsung's latest display technology, this smart TV is fully featured with support for Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as Apple's AirPlay.17% off Bose QuietComfort II EarbudsAmazonThe Bose QuietComfort II Earbuds are the second rendition of the wireless earbuds, and they're easily one of the best noise-canceling earbuds on the market. At $50 off, they're currently at the lowest price we've seen. 55% off Razer Kishi for iPhoneAmazonThis controller — which is also available for Android — will turn your phone into a portable gaming device. The direct USB connection offers more responsive control than Bluetooth controllers while still providing a passthrough for charging. The Kishi can also be adjusted to fit phones with different sizes. At more than 50% off, it also offers great value compared to other mobile controllers. $20 off Apple AirTag 4-PackAppleApple's wireless trackers are compatible with the FindMy app on iPhone and iOS devices, and this matches the lowest price we've seen since their release. Just remember, you'll need a keychain holster or something else to keep them attached to your belongings.50% off Headspace subscriptionHeadspaceIf you're looking to exercise some mindfulness, a subscription to Headspace is a perfect place to start, especially at 50% off. The app offers easy-to-navigate guided meditations — from one-off sessions to help with burnout, to full-blown courses on stress and anger — from a variety of teachers, each with different perspectives.30% off Pax 3 Complete KitPaxThe Pax 3 is one of the best cannabis vapes you can buy right now, thanks to its modern, inconspicuous design, exact temperature control, and easy-to-use single button operation. Add in an industry-leading 10-year warranty, and this is a no-brainer for anyone looking for a go-to portable smoking solution. The complete kit is currently $75 off.$50 off the Xbox Series STargetThe Xbox Series S is one of Microsoft's two current generation consoles, along with the Xbox Series X. Both consoles play the exact same games, but there are differences, most notably that the Series S does not include a disc drive so you can only play digitally downloaded titles. It's currently $50 off, an excellent deal for this powerful and popular console.  Up to 50% off at EverlaneEverlaneShop all Everlane Black Friday dealsEverlane makes some of the best basics around, and you can save 40% off select styles for everyone, including cashmere, denim, and other wardrobe essentials we've tested and loved. Additionally, Everlane is partnering with Tree People for its Black Friday Fund and will donate a dollar for every order placed. 20% off Apple MacBook Air M1 (2020)Amazon$200 off the M1 MacBook Air is a superb deal, especially when you consider the M2 MacBook Air starts at $1,200, and isn't usually discounted below $1,000.58% off Puleo International 6.5-Foot Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas TreeAmazonWe recommend the Puleo International Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree for a charming, snow-covered look. The pre-strung 350 incandescent lights give the tree a warm brightness. For Black Friday 2022, get it for an all-time low price.Check out our guide to the best artificial Christmas trees.43% off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$96 off Wüsthof Classic Hollow Edge 2-Piece Chef's Knife SetAmazonWüsthof is one of the top names in knife making. This set features a 6-inch chef's knife and a 3.5-inch paring knife, which should cover you for most tasks. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.52% off DevaCurl SuperCreamAmazonDevaCurl's Supercream provides definition and hydration without weighing down medium and coarse wavy, curly, and coiled hair. You'll typically pay full price, but for Black Friday 2022, it's down to its lowest price ever at 50% off.28% off Tile Mate Bluetooth TrackerAmazonThe Tile Mate is designed to help you find easily misplaced items and attaches to keys, pet collars, and other important items. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen this year.Check out our hands-on comparison of Tile Trackers to Apple AirTags.Get Hulu and Disney Plus for $5 a monthHuluDuring Black Friday, you get Hulu (with ads) and Disney+ (no ads) for just $5 per month for a full year. This deal saves you $11 per month off the regular price of the two services when purchased separately. Learn more about the Disney+ x Hulu bundle Black Friday deal.$200 off iRobot Roomba i3+, our favorite robot vacuumiRobotThe iRobot Roomba i3+ does more than your average robot vacuum. It develops personalized cleaning schedules and empties itself. It also does an outstanding job of cleaning. That's why we made it the top pick in our robot vacuum guide. Usually, it costs more than your average robot vacuum, but during Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've ever seen.$10 off Best Friends by Sheri The Original Calming Donut Dog BedChewyThe Best Friends by Sheri the Original Calming Donut Dog Bed has a rounded shape that cradles a dog and helps them calm down naturally. It's our top pick for the best calming dog bed and rarely goes on sale. Right now, you can get it for its lowest price ever on select colors.Read our guide to the best dog beds.25% off Bissell Little Green Proheat Portable Carpet CleanerWayfairBissell makes some of our favorite carpet cleaners, and the Little Green ProHeat is a fantastic cleaner for removing stains and messes. During Black Friday, save 25% off.Check out our guide to the best carpet cleaners.25% off Paula's Choice Brighten + Glow KitPaula's ChoiceFor a limited time only, you can save 25% off the Paula's Choice Brighten and Glow Kit which includes the Super Boost Moisturizer and Eye Cream plus a limited-edition headband.33% off Razor A Kick ScooterTargetIt doesn't have all of the whistles and bells of an electric scooter, but a Razor A Kick Scooter will still be fun to ride. It's built durably and can collapse to be carried around. During Black Friday, it's 33% off, which is the best deal we've seen since 2020.18% off Kasa Smart Plug Ultra MiniAmazonThese smart plugs are low-profile enough to fit behind most furniture and are easy to use for basic smart home functions. During Black Friday, they're at the best price we've seen in months.55% off Kids Against Maturity Card GameAmazonKids Against Maturity is a tamer variation of the popular (and much raunchier) Cards Against Humanity. This family-friendly card game includes a mix of age-appropriate humor and innuendo for the adults' amusement. Pick it up for game nights at 55% off, the best price we've seen it offered.30% off Amazon Smart ThermostatAmazonThe Amazon Smart Home Thermostat is a simple, inexpensive smart home thermostat to control your home's temperature. It doesn't have a microphone or camera, so Alexa voice commands rely on another voice-enabled Alexa device, like an Echo smart speaker. Certain energy providers will provide benefits for switching to an energy-saving thermostat like this one, so be sure to check with yours. Right now, the thermostat is down to an all-time low price.27% off Cetaphil Daily Hydrating LotionTargetDrugstore skincare brand Cetaphil has a cult following among budget-savvy shoppers. The brand's products are formulated for sensitive skin and are fragrance-free. For Black Friday, the Daily Hydrating Moisturizer is down $4 from its typical price since this summer. Save up to 38% on Cetaphil's other cleaners and moisturizers too.Read our guide to the best skincare brands.37% off Anova Culinary Nano Sous Vide Precision CookerAmazonThe Anova Precision Cooker Nano offers accuracy and ease of use at a price unmatched by other sous vide machines. This model rarely goes to a lower price, so it's a good time to buy.See our guide to the best sous vide machines. 50% off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromWith the style and fit of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, now is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$231 off GE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub DishwasherBest BuyGE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub Dishwasher (GDT550PYRFS) is available in four colors to match your decor, operates quietly, and has impressive drying capabilities. During The Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 25% off.$340 off the S7 MaxV Ultra Robot VacuumAmazonAlthough we haven't yet tested the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot Vacuum, the brand performs consistently well in our tests. This is the most innovative vacuum Roborock has released, mopping and vacuuming simultaneously and featuring a charging base that empties the dustbin. Right now, it's on sale for the first time.40% off T-Fal Simply Cook Prep and Cook Nonstick 17-Piece SetAmazonWe haven't tested this cookware set from T-Fal, but we have tried the brand's hard anodized pan and thought it was a decent budget pick. This 17-piece set is currently $40 off for Black Friday.$70 off Ninja Foodi Power Blender & Processor SystemTargetThe Ninja SS351 Foodi Power Blender also functions as a food processor and comes with a bunch of extras, like a smoothie bowl. While we haven't tested it yet, it is extremely highly rated. The price frequently fluctuates between $180 and $200 for this model. It's not the lowest price we've seen, but you're still saving $70.35% off our favorite do-everything Instant PotJen Gushue/InsiderThe Instant Pot Duo Crisp is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, air fryer, and sous vide machine all in one, making it one of the most useful and economical small appliances we tested. While it's not the lowest we've seen it, it's the best price in months.See our guide to the best Instant Pots and electric pressure cookers.$200 off JBL Boombox 2AmazonWhen you need music for your gathering, the JBL Boombox 2 brings powerful sound and bass to keep the party going. It's one of the best Bluetooth speakers that you can get, and right now it's on sale with an excellent and rare $200 discount.40% off SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water MakerAmazonIf you're a seltzer fan, then you should consider investing in a sparkling water maker. The Terra is SodaStream's newest model that is also cordless. It comes with one CO2 cylinder and a bottle of lime Bubly Drops. For Black Friday, it's an all-time low price.39% off Coway Airmega AP-1512H True HEPA PurifierCowayCoway makes some of the best air purifiers on the market. The AP-1512HH is a reliable compact unit with a 4-stage filtration system that reduces up to 99.6% of air pollution particles. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price since early 2021.$30 off Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-Up LightSuzy Hernandez/Business InsiderThe Philips SmartSleep Connected is our top pick for the best sunrise alarm clock. It will help you fall asleep gently and wake up on time by creating stunning sunset and sunrise simulations. Right now, it's 15% off, an all-time low price that we haven't seen since last year.See our guide to the best sunrise alarm clocks.33% off the New Echo Dot with ClockAmazonThe latest of the Echo Dot lineup, the 5th Gen comes with a handful of new features including better audio and built-in Eero. Right now it's down to only $40, matching the lowest price we've seen for this new speaker.60% off Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesBeatsWhile not the newest headphones in the Beats lineup, the Beats Solo3 are still a solid pair of over-ear cans. They don't offer noise-canceling capabilities, but they're still a versatile pair of headphones that deliver balanced sound and 40 hours of listening time. At $80, they're at an all-time low for Black Friday with the best price we've seen.13% off TeeTurtle Reversible Narwhal PlushieAmazonMore than just a cuddly stuffed animal, TeeTurtle's reversible plushies let you express your mood. Don't feel like talking to anyone, just turn the animal to the frowny face side. For Black Friday, the narwhal stuffie is a modest 13% off.54% off UBeesize Ring Light with TripodAmazonWhether you're aiming to make more professional-looking TikToks or want something portable for your next trip, you can't beat this steep discount on a ring light tripod. The ring lighting helps improve the overall picture quality, but you can remove it if you're shooting landscapes or in a lot of natural light. At 54% off, this tripod comes in at under $20.53% off Coodoo Magnetic Blocks Tough Building Tiles Starter SetAmazonSimilar to ultra popular Magna-Tiles, these magnetic building blocks snap together quickly so you can build creatively. You can grab this starter set of 30 pieces for 48%, plus an extra 5% off when you clip the coupon on the page. For under $20, this set makes a great gift for the kiddo in your life.40% off TikTok's favorite vegetable chopperAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.62% off National Tree Company Pre-Lit Artificial Full Christmas Tree, 6.5 FeetAmazonIf you're still in the market for a Christmas tree, this 6.5 foot pre-lit Dunhill Fir tree is steeply discounted at 62% off for Black Friday; the lowest price we've ever seen for this tree.40% off the Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric ToothbrushAmazonWe love this electric toothbrush as a budget-friendly option that doesn't compromise on performance. It's also the path of least resistance to helping your teen build their own healthy habits. At 40% off for Black Friday, this is the lowest price we've seen all year.30% off sauces from Fly By JingFly by JingFly By Jing makes one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.20% off Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing TreatmentAmazonThough pricey, Olaplex's Hair Perfector is a cult favorite in beauty circles. At 20% off, it makes a thoughtful gift for anyone heard complaining about their split ends in the winter, this immensely popular hair treatment repairs brittle, dry hair and adds much-needed moisture.20% off Sengled Smart Light BulbSengledSengled's smart color-changing light bulb is significantly more affordable than bulbs from big names like Philips. For about $12, this single bulb is more affordable than ever.50% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.35% off iRobot Roomba 694AmazonThis robot vacuum can be automated to work around your home schedule, and also works with virtual assistants like Alexa and Google Home. It's not the most powerful Roomba, but it handles hardwood floors, pet hair, and short carpets without issue. It's on sale for $95 off during Black Friday. 26% off Hydro Flask Wide Mouth BottleMarathon SportsHydro Flask makes some of our favorite water bottles — they're basically indestructible without being bulky or heavy, and keep hot and cold beverages at their original temperature for at least 12 hours. It's a solid, pragmatic gift for anyone who complains about forgetting to hydrate or is on the hunt for a reliable thermos.See our guide to the best water bottles. 37% off Revlon One-Step Hair DryerAmazonThis hair tool combines styling, drying, and volumizing your hair into one simple step. It's comparable to the expensive Dyson Airwrap, but for a fraction of the cost. Down to $25, this is one of the best deals we've seen for it all year.See our guide to the best hair dryers. 50% off Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021)RokuCompared to the Roku Streaming Stick+, the new Streaming Stick 4K provides an improved viewing experience by adding support for Dolby Vision. This advanced high dynamic range (HDR) format can provide better picture quality on TVs that support it. Right now you can get it on sale for only $25, the best price we've seen for it yet.34% off Hisense 50-inch U6 QLED 4K Fire TVAmazonThis 50-inch 4K display has Amazon's Fire TV platform built-in for easy access to tons of popular streaming apps. It also boasts advanced picture quality features like wide color support, up to 600 nits of brightness, and local dimming. At a deal price of $350, this is an excellent option for buyers who want a smaller TV that doesn't sacrifice image performance.60% off Google Nest MiniBest BuyThe Google Nest Mini is a compact and effective smart speaker that's powered by the very useful Google Assistant. Right now, it's one of the best prices we've seen for the device.See our guide to the best smart speakers. Get $50 off and 2 free games when you buy a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB)AmazonAs part of a special Black Friday promotion, you can now snag a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB) with two free games, Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4, for $350. The headset typically comes with Beat Saber for $400, so this deal saves you $50 and adds an extra free game.See our guide to the best VR headsets. 50% off It Takes TwoAmazonThe 2021 game of the year is an entirely cooperative game that lets a friend join-in online, even if they don't own the game. This price matches the lowest we've seen to date.Up to 50% off shoes at Rothy'sRothy'sShop the Rothy's Black Friday saleRothy's, one of our favorite shoe brands, is holding a rare and massive sale on soon-to-be-archived styles. We're seeing discounts as deep as 50% on flats, sneakers, bags, and loafers. We've tested all sorts of Rothy styles, from the brand's flats to its sneakers. Check out some of the sale styles we're eyeing below:  40% off Samsung 65-Inch Class OLED TVAmazonSamsung's first 4K OLED is also one of the very first OLED TVs to feature quantum dots. This technology allows the display to produce a wider range of colors than typical OLEDs. $1,800 is a new low price for this brand-new high-end set.34% off the Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot VacuumWalmartThis Eufy robot vacuum connects to your phone for easy scheduling and will run for over an hour with a single charge. Down to $99, this is a rare drop that beats previous deals we've seen.Check out our robot vacuum buying guide for more on our favorite models. 50% off Melissa & Doug PAW Patrol PAWtroller Activity CenterTargetIf there's a little one in your life who loves Paw Patrol, this activity center will provide hours of fun. You can grab it for 50% off during Target's Black Friday sale.$500 off Hydrow rowing machinesHydrowThe Hydrow Connected Rower is the Peloton of at-home rowing machines, bringing interactive rowing workouts right to your living room. It's on sale for $500 off its normal price during Best Buy's Black Friday sale which is one of the lowest prices we've seen it at.Check out our review of the Hydrow to learn more about what makes this a stellar piece of exercise equipment. Stellar deals on tech brands from across the webApple; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderTech is synonymous with Black Friday, and we're seeing big discounts on TVs, computers, cameras, phones, accessories, gaming gear, and more . In addition to deals from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, most tech companies are offering savings at their online stores. Here are our favorite companies whose products we've tested and trust.Adobe: Creative Cloud All Apps is 27% off for all users for the first year, 71% off for students and teachers for the first year; 40% off Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements.Anker: 20% to 25% off power banks and charging stations.Apple: Gift cards of varying amounts on qualifying purchases.Belkin: 25% off sitewide with code BF22.Bellroy: Up to 33% off phone cases, bags, wallets, and accessories.Case-Mate: Up to 60% off sitewide with code BFCM22, include LuMee, Pelican, and Fuel.CD Keys: Up to 96% off games for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.Courant: 20% off sitewide on chargers and accessories.Dell: Up to 60% on laptops, desktops, and monitors.DJI: Up to 30% off select drones and cameras. Epson: Up to 46% off select printers, projectors, and business machines.Goal Zero: Up to 20% off select power stations, portable batteries, solar panels, lights, and more.Google: $50-$150 off Google Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 smartphones.GoPro: 15% off sitewide on cameras, accessories, and more.Griffin: 50% off sitewide on cables, chargers, batteries, and more.HP: Up to 70% on laptops, desktops, monitors, printers, and more.Incase: 50% off sitewide on bags, laptop sleeves, cases, and more.Incipio: 50% off sitewide on phone cases and accessories.Insta360: Save up to $75 on cameras.LastPass: 25% off until 11/29.Logitech: $30 off orders over $150 and $50 off orders over $250 with code BF22USD.Microsoft: Up to $600 off Surface Pro tablet laptops.Moment: Up to 60% off select phone cases, lenses, cameras, and other photography accessories.Motorola: Save up to $1,000 on select phones.Nikon: Save up to $1,000 on DSLR and mirrorless cameras, lenses, and binoculars.Nintendo: Save up to $20 or 33% on select games.Otterbox: Free shipping on orders over $50.Peak Design: Up to 30% off camera bags and accessories.Philo: New subscribers save 80% off their first month until 11/30 with code THANKS.Samsung: Up to $350 off Samsung Galaxy Z foldable smartphones.Satechi: 25% off sitewide with code BFCM25 or 30% off $150 or more with code BFCM30.Sony: Save up to $1,500 on TVs, cameras, headphones, and other consumer electronics.Speck: 40% off sitewide until 11/27; 50% off sitewide 11/27-11/28.Steam: 20%-90% off select games until 11/29.ZAGG: 40% off sitewide on ZAGG, Mophie, InvisibleShield, and Gear4 computing and mobile hardware and accessories.29% off the De'Longhi La Specialista Arte Espresso MachineAmazonDe'Longhi is one of the best brands for home espresso makers. The Specialista Arte is one of our recommended mid-range makers and has the unique feature of a built-in tamper. This is the best price we've seen in six months on this machine.Read more about the best espresso machines we've tested here.12% off the MacBook Pro 13-inch M2AppleThe 13-inch MacBook Pro is more capable than ever. Supercharged by the next-generation M2 chip, it's Apple's most portable pro laptop, with up to 20 hours of battery life and 12% off retail. It's a surprisingly good deal when you consider this new MacBook was just released in 2022.25% off the GE Profile Opal Nugget Ice MakerWalmartOne of the few nugget ice makers on the market, the GE Profile does one task perfectly: making chewable nugget ice. It's a bulky and pricy appliance, but the unique production is worth it if you're a nugget ice loyalist. For Black Friday, it's $130 off the usual price, so it's a great time to buy the ice maker of your dreams. You can read more about why we love this deal here.$90 off the Ninja OL501 Foodi 6.5 Qt. 14-in-1WalmartTypically priced at $280, this popular multicooker is discounted by nearly $170 for Black Friday. That's a stellar price on an all-in-one kitchen appliance that can air fry, pressure cook, slow cook, sear, sous vide, and more.Check out our guide to the best multicookers.$200 off the Vitamix 6500WalmartWhile we haven't tested this specific Vitamix blender, the brand is known for its power and reliability; we expect this model to be no different. Usually priced close to $600, it's on sale for $399; a stellar discount if you're looking for a Vitamix blender.Check out our guide to the best blenders. Save 20% on a Dyson Airwrap, plus get free accessoriesDysonWith new barrels to curl and wave in both directions, brushes to control and shape, and the multi-functional Coanda smoothing dryer to dry, smooth, and hide flyaways. Existing Dyson customers can save 20% off using the code e-mailed to them on November 21. Both new and returning customers can claim $125 in free gifts with their purchase.For more information, check out our Dyson Airwrap Black Friday deal guide. Save 30% on the Apple Watch Series 7Antonio Villas-Boas/InsiderThe Apple Watch Series 7 is extremely similar to the new Series 8. It's only missing Crash Detection, body temperature sensing, and a new Low Power Mode that gives the Series 8 up to 36 hours of battery life. With that in mind, you can easily justify the $120 in savings with this deal on the Series 7.See our guide to the best Apple Watch. Save 33% on the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Cordless Stick VacuumWalmartDyson vacuums are the cream of the crop, and this Black Friday deal for the Cyclone V10 is the best we've seen in years. Equipped with a sensor to detect whether you're vacuuming a carpet or hard floor, it's the perfect vac for any room in the house. See our guide to the best vacuums. 57% off Madden 23AmazonJust released in August, Madden 23 is the newest iteration of the ever-popular EA Sports NFL video game franchise. Down to just $30, this deal is an absolute steal — and the perfect holiday gift for the football lover or sports gamer in your life. 50% off Columbia Tipton Peak Insulated JacketColumbiaColumbia jackets are ideal for layering in cold weather, as they are warm, but not too bulky. If you're looking to upgrade for this winter, 50% off this Tipton Peak Insulated Jacket is a fantastic deal for you. See our guide to the best winter coats. 50% off Kiehls Ultimate Shave CollectionNordstromWith $72 worth of product, this gift set of men's shaving products from cult favorite brand Kiehl's is a great deal at $33.60. If you use your Nordstrom card to purchase, you can also earn a $60 Note to be used on a future purchase.40% off the Carina Platform Chelsea BootMadewellA lovely take on the classic Chelsea boot, Madewell's Carina Platform Chelsea features a 2.5-inch heel and white leather uppers. It's a perfect boot that can be worn with everything from dresses to jeans, and it's currently 40% off with the code OHJOY.See our guide to the best ankle boots. 41% off the ASUS Chromebook C203XAAmazonThe Asus C203XA is designed with military-grade durability, a spill-resistant keyboard, and an anti-scratch finish, making it the perfect choice for students and classrooms. Down to only $142, this is the best price it's seen in months.See our guide to the best Chromebooks. Save $90 on the Dewalt Compact Drill/Impact Combo KitAmazonThis 20-Volt MAX Brushless Compact 2-Tool Combo Kit includes 1 cordless Drill/Driver, 1 cordless Impact Driver, two 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Batteries, 1 charger, and a carrying bag. During the Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 35% off.See our guide to the best cordless drills. Save $500 on the Samsung FrameBest BuySamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.See our guides to the best 4k TVs and OLED TVs. 75% off LifeStraw Personal Water FilterAmazonLifeStraws are portable filters that can make even some of the murkiest standing water drinkable. For backpackers and hikers, a LifeStraw can be an invaluable tool in dire situations. Down to only $13, now is a great time to buy one.3 months of Discovery Plus for $3Discovery PlusWhether you're a fan pimple popping, house flipping, explorative cooking, or ghost hunting, Discovery Plus has a series that will keep you hooked. The service's Ad-Lite plan is already very affordable year round, but right now you can join the service for only $1 a month for your first three months. It's an excellent deal we only see during major deal events, like Black Friday.See our review of the best streaming services. 44% off Chewmeter Himalayan Yaky Cheese ChewsChewyMade with potato starch and cheese, among other ingredients, Chewmeter's dog treats are rawhide-free. They were about a dollar less during Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale in October, but have been above $20 for most of the year. 25% off the Magic Bullet BlenderAmazonAt under $30, this 11-piece Magic Bullet set is a great, space-conscious gift for anyone in need of a small, sturdy blender. It comes with three different mugs as well as lids for optimal freshness.See our guide to the best blenders. 50% off JBL Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesJBLQuality over-ear headphones can get pricey, but these wireless ones from JBL offer great sound and up to 40 hours of play when fully charged. RIght now, they're a steep 50% off, costing right under $25. 40% off the Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry OvenTargetNinja is one of our favorite small appliance brands, especially for its air fryers and toaster ovens. This one combines 8 functions into a single, compact appliance: air fry, air roast, air broil, bake, bagel, toast, dehydrate, and keep warm. Right now, it's on sale for the lowest price we've seen, and if you clip the on-page coupon, you can save an additional $20.See our guide to the best air fryers and toaster ovens. 35% off athleisure at Girlfriend CollectiveGirlfriend CollectiveShop the Girlfriend Collective saleGirlfriend Collective is one of our favorite athleisure brands for its cute, sustainably made sets, bras, and leggings. Through December 9, you can get 35% off Girlfriend Collective products sitewide, with additional markdowns on select items. 3 months of HBO Max for $6SOPA Images/ShutterstockHBO Max is packed with hours of content old and new, including hits like "House of the Dragon," "The Batman," and the entire "Harry Potter" collection. It rarely sees discounts for subscribers, but now through November 28, new and returning subscribers can get their first three months of the ad-supported plan for only $6.Lowest price of the year on an Insider subscriptionInsiderInsider is offering its annual subscription at its lowest price of the year as a Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal. You'll get access to in-depth reporting, exclusive stories, pitch decks, salary databases, and more. This deal expires on November 28.Rare $10 discount on Ring Fit AdventureAmazonRing Fit Adventure is a fitness-centric game that challenges you to get off the couch and perform crunches, sit-ups, and more to defeat enemies. It even comes with a special accessory called the Ring-Con to track your movements. This game rarely goes on sale, so this $10 discount from Amazon is a good deal.Save $50 on the internet's favorite frying panOur PlaceThis sleek, matte pan is an incredible gift for minimalists: It's designed to replace eight pieces of cookware, functioning as everything from a pot to a frying pan. Normally $145, you can get it for $95 for Black Friday.See our guide to the best nonstick frying pans. 28% off Otherland candlesOtherlandOtherland is a hot candle brand right now, known for its creative packaging and custom gift sets. For Black Friday, you can get 28% off a 3-pack and 35% off 6-packs and 9-packs.See our guide to the best places for buying candles. $100 off the new Pixel 7GoogleThis is the lowest price for Google's newest smartphone, the Pixel 7. Launched only a month ago, the Pixels are desirable Android phones, thanks to their fast performance, great image quality from the cameras, and stock Android.See our guide to the best smartphones. Shop big deals on luggage from across the internetRachel Askinasi/InsiderTravel is back and it's a great time to stock up on those travel essentials you may have neglected in the past few years of pandemic. Below you'll find deals on our favorite luggage brands. Away: Up to 40% off suitcases and travel accessories. Check out our full round up of Away luggage deals.Baboon to the Moon: Up to 75% off bags and accessories.Bric's: Up to 50% off Bellagio, MyLife, Siena, and X-Bag lines.Delsey: Save 30% to 60%, plus free shipping.July: Save $30 when you spend $300, $100 when you spend $600, and $200 when you spend $1,000. Monos: Up to 40% off sitewide with code EARLYBF2022. Check out our full round up of Monos luggage deals.Nomatic: Up to 30% off luggage and 50% off travel accessories.Paravel: Up to 30% off, including Oprah's favorite foldable backpack.ROAM: Free Market Tote or Travel Pouch Set with the purchase of any piece of luggage, backpack, or duffel.Samsonite: 30% off sitewide and free shipping.Solgaard: Take 15% to 50% off sitewide. Travelpro: More than 70% off select suitcases and bags, plus save $30 when you spend $200 and $60 when you spend $300.Tumi: 40% off select suitcases, backpacks, and bags.50% off the Litter Genie PlusAmazonThe Litter Genie keeps odors from cat litter waste concealed. Deputy Editor Lauren Savoie likes that it holds several weeks' worth of waste so she doesn't have to take the trash out every time she scoops. For Chewy's Black Friday sale, it's marked down to 30% off its usual price, and over at Petco, it's 50% off — an all-time low price.50% off Paramount PlusParamount PlusNow through November 27, new and returning subscribers can get 50% off an annual plan of Paramount Plus, bringing the Essential plan down to only $25 for a full year of content. The service is home to hundreds of hours of series and movies, including titles like "Smile," "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," and "Spongebob Squarepants." This cheaper plan is ad-supported and starts with a free, one-week trial.$60 off the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired PlusThe Home DepotRing's Floodlight Cam Wired Plus combines the standard Spotlight Cam with a set of motion-activated floodlights for better lighting. The camera itself streams and records at 1080p resolution and is also motion-activated, and it includes a siren and two-way talk. The Black Friday sale matches the lowest price we've seen it available for.Shop big sales from nearly every major mattress brandLeesa/InstagramMattresses are an expensive yet important purchase. Fortunately, during Black Friday, you can save hundreds of dollars on top brands, including Casper, Purple, Nectar, and more. Don't know which mattress to buy? Our mattress expert has tested more than 60 mattresses and lists the best in our mattress guide. Also, check out our best Black Friday mattress deals hub.Amerisleep: Get $450 off any mattress and free accessories using the promo code AS450.Avocado: Get 10% off sitewide using the promo code SAVE10.Awara: Get $300 off any mattress and a free cotton sheet set, two latex pillows, and a mattress protector.Bear: Get 35% off sitewide and free accessories.Beautyrest: Save up to $800 on select mattresses.Big Fig Mattress: Get $400 off mattresses using the promo code FRIYAY.Birch: Get $400 off mattresses and two free pillows using the promo code FALLSALE400. Brooklyn Bedding: Get 30% off sitewide using promo code BFRIDAY30.Casper: Save up to $800 on mattresses using the promo code BFCM22-B.Cocoon by Sealy: Get 35% off the Chill mattresses and get a free set of sheets and pillows. DreamCloud: Get 25% off mattresses and $599 worth of accessories, including sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector. Emma: Get up to 50% off sitewide.Ghost Bed: Up to 50% off all mattresses and adjustable base bundles and get two free pillows.Helix: Save $150 when you spend $600 using promo code BFWKND150, save $250 when you spend $1,249 using promo code BFWKND250, save $300 when you spend $1,700 using promo code BFWKND300, save $350 when you spend $2,550 using promo code BFWKND350, save $400 when you spend $2,700 using promo code BFWKND400, and save $450 when you spend $2,950 using promo code BFWKND450. Plus, all purchases include two free pillows. Leesa: Save up to $700 on mattresses with two pillows included.Mattress Firm: Get up to 50% off mattresses during the early Black Friday sale.Nectar: Get 33% off sitewide.Nest Bedding: Up to 50% off select mattresses.Nolah: Save up to $700 on mattresses and get two free pillows during the early access Black Friday sale.   Purple: Get $700 off the Purple Plus Mattress plus adjustable base.Saatva: Get up to $450 off select mattresses during the Election 1-Day Flash Sale.Serta: Save up to $800 on select mattresses and mattress sets.Siena: Save $200 off any mattress.Sleep Number: Up to 40% off select beds.Tempur-Pedic: Get 30% off the Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress when you use the Insider exclusive promo code BI30.Tuft & Needle: Save up to $750 on mattresses.Wayfair: Save on big-name mattress brands like Beautyrest and Sealy. Check out our Wayfair deals roundup.Zinus: Save up to 40% off select mattresses. Editor's note: Zinus is facing a class-action lawsuit claiming that fiberglass in the company's mattresses has led to serious health issues. Check out our full article on the lawsuit for more details.Zoma: Save $150 on all mattresses using promo code WIN150.Save $300 on an LG 24-inch Smart DishwasherHome Depot; InsiderIn addition to various useful cleaning and maintenance features, the LG LDP6810SS Smart Dishwasher provides smartphone monitoring, downloadable wash cycles, and diagnostic alerts. During Black Friday, save more than $300 on it.Save $400 on our favorite mattress and get $600 in free accessoriesDreamcloudOne of our favorite mattresses, the DreamCloud Premier Hybrid Mattress offers an impressive array of features, including excellent support, a firmness that will appeal to most sleepers, and a long trial period and warranty. During the Black Friday sale, you can save $400 and get $599 of accessories included.Save $40 on the Theragun MiniTherabodyTherabody's fourth generation of massage guns introduced the Theragun Mini, a portable device that packs a percussive punch in a much smaller package. It's our favorite entry-level massage gun and it's on sale for $160 during Black Friday which is around the lowest price we've ever seen.Take $70 off the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster OvenCuisinartWhile we haven't tested this specific model, the Cuisinart TOA-70 AirFryer Toaster Oven is similar to our favorite toaster oven. During Black Friday, it's $70 off.Buy one, get one on Masterclass subscriptionsMasterClassMasterClass is one of our favorite online learning platforms and for $180, you can get a second membership free to gift when you buy the first one. It makes for a great last-minute present and a fun way to bond with someone as you watch classes remotely.$50 off DNA kits from AncestryAncestryDNAAncestry DNA makes our favorite DNA kit, and all its DNA kits are discounted for Black Friday. The cheapest one is the standard kit, coming in at $59 (normally $99).20% off our favorite bathrobe from BrooklinenBrooklinenMade from 100% Turkish cotton, this super-soft robe is the ultimate luxury gift. For Black Friday, you can get 20% off all Brooklinen products when you check out.Get a Hulu subscription for $2 a monthHulu; Alyssa Powell/InsiderHulu offers a wide array of series, movies, and originals for subscribers to enjoy, including "Bob's Burgers," "Prey," and "The Handmaid's Tale." The service only ever sees discounts during Black Friday, and this year is no exception: new and returning members can get their first year for only $2 a month when they sign up before November 28.32% off the Kindle PaperwhiteAmazonThe Kindle Paperwhite is our favorite Kindle model so far for its big screen and adjustable warm light. At 32% off, you can snag it for under $100 to gift to the avid reader in your life.Save $80 on adjustable dumbbellsBest BuyThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds, turning one pair of dumbbells into a full-on set. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.Save $70 on TCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TVBest BuyTCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TV delivers an impressive balance between image performance, smart connectivity, screen size, and cost. Down to $430, this discount matches deals we've seen for it in the past.Take 27% off the Nespresso's Vertuo coffee makerWilliams SonomaNespresso's Vertuo machine makes rich, frothy espresso at the touch of a button. This isn't the lowest price we've seen, but it does match last Black Friday's deal and it's still a solid discount.Save 20% on the GoPro Hero 11 BlackThe GoPro Hero 11 Black with its recognizable form-factor. Like the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black before it, there's a front screen for framing a shot — useful if you're vlogging or live-streaming.Les Shu/InsiderGoPro's best camera yet, the Hero 11 Black shoots incredible videos with smooth stabilization better than ever. For Black Friday, you can save $100 (20%) off the regular priceSave 15% on the Monos Metro DuffelMonosThe duffel's roomy interior is designed to keep all your essentials organized, with a sleeve that fits up to a 15" laptop and inner side pockets that allow for easy access to your water bottle or compact umbrella. The built-in trolley sleeve fits securely around the handle of any Monos suitcase for seamless pairing and converts into an extra pocket when not in use. It's discounted to under $180 ahead of Black Friday.Get a year of Peacock Premium for $1/monthPavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesNow through November 28, new subscribers can lock in a year of Peacock Premium for $1/month. That's about 80% off the regular $5 monthly price.Save 33% on the Fitbit Sense 2FitbitThe Fitbit Sense 2 is the brand's answer to the Apple Watch, featuring temperature sensing, a built-in ECG, and advanced sleep tracking. It also offers tracking for a wide variety of activities and is compatible with smartphone notifications and some apps. It's on sale for $200 during Black Friday, which is $100 off its normal price (and an excellent deal for such a full-featured smartwatch).Take 50% off the Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright VacuumAmazonThe Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright Vacuum (AZ2002) is easy to use and has powerful suction that gets the job done on hardwood and carpeting. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen.Save 24% on an HP OMEN laptopHPHP's OMEN laptops are high-performance computers that are great for creative tasks and gaming. This one is loaded with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics. Add in 16GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive, the $1,200 sale price makes it a terrific buy for a high-end machine.Take 60% off a Sealy MattressWayfairUsually priced around $800, you can now save a couple hundred dollars on this 12-inch mattress. We haven't tested this exact mattress, but we think Sealy's other bed in a box is a good budget pick.Save $200 on the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier FanDysonThough we haven't tested the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier Fan yet, we have been impressed with the cooling abilities of other Dyson fans. Right now, it's at an all-time low price for Black Friday 2022.Take 20% off Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation)AppleThe AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is the latest addition to their AirPods Pro series, a line of mid-range earbuds that feature spatial audio and noise canceling. And for just $200, this is the lowest price we've ever seen.Save 33% on a Sony 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TVAmazonSony's 2022 midrange LCD TV is a solid pick for buyers who want a good all-around 4K display. It has local dimming for improved contrast, along with wide color capabilities and support for the Google TV streaming platform. This $1,000 deal price is a new low for the 65-inch model.Save $150 on the Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillHome DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.Save 40% on the internet's favorite coatMaria Del Russo/InsiderDubbed by the internet as the "Amazon coat," this down jacket actually lives up to its hype of blending style with warmth and functionality. It comes in a range of colors from muted neutrals to bright red or yellow and is a perfect, practical gift as the winter season gets colder. The discount you'll receive depends on the color and size you choose, with an average deal of 40% off.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

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170+ best Black Friday weekend deals that you can still shop right now

Black Friday is technically over, but there are still plenty of deals. We're rounding up the best weekend discounts from Amazon, Walmart, and more. We'll be keeping this page fresh with the best Black Friday weekend deals we can find.Nintendo; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderWhen you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.Black Friday is technically over, but several fantastic deals are still available. Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart continue to offer some of the best discounts we've seen on products across every category. And more deals are on the way as we head into Cyber Monday on November 28. We're updating this page throughout the weekend with the best Black Friday discounts that are still live. Right now, you can snag big savings on streaming services, Amazon products, Apple devices, 4K TVs, and more. We recommend bookmarking this page and checking back regularly as our expert team of reporters and editors will be rounding up all of the very best deals through Cyber Monday. Top Black Friday deals still available right nowPeacock Premium plan: $99 cents/month (80% off)Hulu x Disney+ bundle: $4.98 per month (55% off)Samsung 65-inch OLED 4K TV: $1797 (40% off)Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation): $200 (20% off)Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021): $25 (50% off)Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer: $25 (37% off)Hydro Flask 32 oz. Wide Mouth Bottle: $33 (26% off)Home Accents Festive Pine Christmas Tree: $50 (29% off)Kindle Paperwhite: $95 (32% off)Dyson v10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum: $399 ($200 off)Save $100 on the Philips Premium Airfryer XXLAmazonWe like the Philips Premium Airfryer XXL because it has a spacious interior that holds up to 3 pounds or 7 quarts of food, cooks quickly, and is dishwasher safe. During Black Friday, it's at its lowest price in months, though we've seen it as cheap as $200 in the last year.Hoover Dual Power Max Pet Upright Carpet CleanerWalmartThis powerful carpet cleaner typically costs upwards of $200 or more. But right now, Walmart has it on sale for $97. So if you have a lot of pets and pet messes, this is a great tool to help you keep a clean home.15% off the Flamingo Women's RazorFlamingoThoughtfully designed to fit ergonomically into your hand and weighted with a no-slip grip, the Flamingo Razor is a step-up from your average manual razor. It's also available in four different neutral tones with matching shower holders to choose your favorite from. Right now, shoppers can buy their favorite for just under $13 — a rare discount on an essential tool.Save 30% on the Nike Women's Infinity React 3NIKEDesigned to be lightweight and breathable, yet durable and responsive, the Infinity React 3 caters to the needs of most runners. Originally $160, they're currently on sale for $111.98. Save 39% on the Hot Wheels Super Speed Blastway Dual Track RacingAmazonThis racetrack is ready for thrilling high-speed side-by-side racing action and it can connect to other Hot Wheels tracks for even more fun. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen since 2020.Save 20% on the Triple F.A.T. Goose Rockhopper PufferTriple F.A.T. GooseReleased as part of the brand's new Reforged Supply Collection, the Rockhopper uses recycled materials and a non-toxic durable water resistant coating. At $85 off, this is a rare deal on a recently launched product.$50 off the Roku StreambarRokuThe Roku Streambar is a compact soundbar that also acts as a streaming device, giving you an all-in-one option for crisp Dolby Audio and crystal clear 4K, HD, and HDR graphics. It's discounted by $50 to an $80 overall price, making this a great time to buy.Save 45% on the AllModern Williams Two-Drawer NightstandAllModernClass-up your bedroom with this mid-century nightstand, complete with two drawers and minimalist accents. This nightstand comes in walnut, acorn, white and gray finishes. It's on sale for $243, but you can get another 25% off with the code GET25.Save 14% on the Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 12.9-inchAppleApple's Magic Keyboard is designed to seamlessly attach to the iPad Pro with a comfortable and responsive typing experience, trackpad, and a USB-C port. It's a great way to boost your productivity from your tablet, especially at this excellent price of$300.40% off the Everlane Everyone Denim JacketEverlaneFeaturing unisex styling, the Everyone Denim Jacket is easy to wear and style for everyone. Right now, it's $59 — bringing the price down nearly $30.50% off the Amazon Fire HD 10 TabletAmazonWith 32GB of internal storage, a 1080p HD display, and loads of features like Alexa integration, the Fire HD 10 is one of the most versatile, yet affordable tablets you can buy. Currently on sale for 50% off, it's an even better deal at $75.25% off Jambys LoungewearAmir Ismael/InsiderLong Jambys are sustainably made modal, which comes from tree fibers. The material is incredibly soft and comfortable. On sale for $55, this is a great deal on premium loungewear. Read our full Jambys review here.25% off Bombas SocksBombasBombas makes some of the best socks we've ever tested — even at full price. Right now, you'll save 10% on packs plus an extra 25% on your order, bringing this 8-Pack down to $75.60. Read our full review and shop the entire site.$230 off the Vitamix Professional Series 750 BlenderWilliams SonomaThe Vitamix Professional Series 750 has everything you need in a blender, and its proven longevity makes it worth the price. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price we've seen by $60.$12.90 off the Casper Glow LightSuzy Hernandez/InsiderThe Casper Glow Light is a wireless, portable night-light. You control it with intuitive gestures for a beautiful, streamlined experience. It's 10% off during the company's Black Friday event.$15 off the Birthdate Co. CandleBirthdate CoGet 25% off on this candle, which is customized with scents associated with your (or someone else's) birthdate. Beyond offering a unique smell, writing on the container reveals personality traits around that specific birthday.25% off Brooklinen Boerum JoggersBrooklinenThe Boerum Joggers are a comfortable and stylish pair of lounge pants that come in seven different colors. This ultra-soft pair of sweats is on sale for under $60 during Brooklinen's Black Friday sale.$18 off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$25 off JBL Go 3 Portable Waterproof Bluetooth SpeakerAmazonThe JBL Go 3 Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker features a rechargeable batter with a long runtime, a dustproof and waterproof design, and is compact enough to fit in your pocket. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.51% off Rosyclo Cloud SlippersAmazonWhile not the exact same pair, these cloud slippers are nearly identical in design to the ones our executive editor Sally Kaplan owns and loves. Your discount will depend on the size and color you select, but we're seeing an average savings of 51% on these trendy cloud slippers.40% off Fullstar Vegetable Chopper and SpiralizerAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.30% off By Jing BoxFly by JingFly By Jing is one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.$110 off Fitbit SenseFitbitThe Sense smartwatch has a ton of added features, focusing on heart health and stress management, giving you a more holistic look at your well-being. It's on sale for $140 during Black Friday which is an excellent deal considering how feature-rich this smartwatch is.$80 off Bowflex SelectTech 552 dumbbellsNautilusThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.$300 off Toto Washlet C100 Bidet SeatWayfairToto makes premium bathroom fixtures, including its bidets. We haven't tested this model and there are more advanced options, but right now you can save $300 on the C100.$150 off Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillThe Home DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.19% off Nike Air VaporMax 2021 FKNikeFeaturing a full Air midsole and a Flyknit woven upper, the Vapormax 2021 uses several of Nike's most advanced technologies. Right now, they're 19% off.$50 off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromTaking on the look of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, this is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$7 off Wyze Bulb Color 2-PackBest BuyBright, colorful, and most importantly, affordable, these smart LED bulbs make an excellent addition to any smart home setup. Down to $20, they're now more affordable at only $10 each.$100 off Apple AirPods MaxAppleThe AirPods Max are expensive despite offering great sound quality and noise cancellation. At $449 during Black Friday, this is around the cheapest we've ever seen them (and an excellent deal considering Apple doesn't discount them often).$500 off Samsung 55-Inch The Frame Smart 4K UHD TVSamsungSamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.$20 off Elden RingElden Ring / FromSoftwareThis 2022 Game of the Year nominee from the creators of Dark Souls is a challenging adventure, even for experienced gamers. This is one of the best prices we've seen since it released in February.$50 off the Fitbit LuxeSally KaplanThe Fitbit Luxe is a great option for the fashionistas in your life who don't like the look of a traditional smartwatch. On Black Friday, it's on sale for $80 — the lowest price we've seen. Check out more of the best Fitbit deals we've rounded up from across the web, and our buying guide to the best Fitbits we've tested.Save up to 40% on Monos luggageMonosShop all Monos luggage dealsBest known for its carry-on with a front pocket fit for a laptop, Monos is home to some of the best luggage and travel accessories we've tested. The travel brand has made a name for itself with its suitcases' convenient organization, as demonstrated by its Pro Plus Carry-on with extra storage space.Travelers can save up to a rare 40% on carry-ons, full-sized luggage, and travel accessories with the code EARLYBF2022. Shoppers can also expect to see discounts of up to 50% off on November 25-27 with the code BLACKFRIDAY2022, and up to 30% off on November 28-December 4 with the code CYBERWEEK2022. $150 off Apple 24-inch iMac M1 2021Apple$150 off Apple's 24-inch iMac running on the powerful M1 processor only makes a dent, but it's still the best price we've seen for this model. If you've been looking for a powerful all-in-on computer that will last a long time, the 24-inch iMac with a deal is a great option.20% off Philips Premium Digital Air FryerWilliams SonomaThe Philips Premium Digital Air Fryer heats up within seconds, turning out evenly cooked, crispy food with greater efficiency than an oven and even many other air fryers. At 20% off, this is one of the lowest price we've seen in months.$150 off KitchenAid 5-qt. Artisan Series Fresh Prep Attachment BundleKohl'sOne of the best deals we've seen on KitchenAid stand mixers is this bundle, which combines a 5 quart Artisan mixer with food processing attachments. This matches the sale price we've seen at other retailers, but also includes the Fresh Prep attachment, which usually retails for $60. The deal is available in three colors.30% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.$25 off Sonic FrontiersSegaPlaystation 5Xbox Series X Nintendo SwitchThe latest Sonic the Hedgehog game was released earlier this month and it's already 50% off for Black Friday. The game's "open zone" format is new for the franchise but it's gotten generally favorable reviews since its launch.$20 off Everlane Alpaca CrewEverlaneWith over 2500 reviews and four and a half stars, the alpaca crew is an Everlane staple. It comes in 12 colors and is 20% off on Black Friday.$32 off Lift Top Noblewell Coffee TableAmazonThis vintage wood table opens up and converts to a laptop desk while providing extra storage. Ideal for compact spaces, this table can easily fold back down to be used as a regular coffee table. Its Black Friday deal price is $12 less than the previous all-time low price.$60 off Vitamix E310 BlenderWilliams SonomaThis pared-down Vitamix has 10 variable speeds and a 48-ounce pitcher. This is the lowest price we've seen recently for this model.$100 off Hyperice Hypervolt 2 ProHypericeThe Hypervolt 2 Pro is Hyperice's best massage gun, offering five variable speeds, three hours of battery life, and a number of swappable head attachments. It's on sale for $100 off its normal price during Black Friday which is one of the best deals we've ever seen for it.20% off Seresto Flea and Tick Collar for Large DogsChewyThe Seresto Flea and Tick Collar offer eight months of protection against fleas and ticks in all life stages. It's the only flea collar on the market that we recommend for dogs. For Black Friday 2022, Chewy is offering a rare deal we only see a few times a year.$230 off Nectar Memory Foam Mattress (Queen)NectarThe gel memory foam of the Nectar makes it a versatile mattress that conforms to the contours of your body to relieve pressure. During Black Friday, it's 33% off which is one of the best prices we've seen it at.30% off PlayStation DualSense Wireless ControllerThere are a number of steps you can take at home with your PS5 console to resolve the connectivity error.YELIM LEE/AFP via Getty ImagesThe PS5 controller is one of the best in the industry thanks to its haptic feedback, built-in microphone, and adaptive triggers. The Black Friday discount extends to other colors of the controller, like black, purple, & red.$240 off Roborock S7 Robot VacuumRoborockWhile it had trouble in corners and operates loudly, we were overall impressed with the powerful suction of the S7, and it was one of the best at mopping of the robot vacuums we tested. This is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen on this model.30% off Yeti Rambler 10 oz Wine TumblerAmazonNow 30% off, the Yeti Rambler holds up to 10 ounces of your favorite wine whether you're on a camping trip or on the back patio. The stainless steel interior paired with the double-wall vacuum insulation is what keeps your drink exactly at the temperature you like.29% off Black + Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld VacuumAmazonThe powerful Black+Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld Vacuum (model BDH2020FL) has a narrow, flexible, 4-foot hose that can clean hard-to-reach areas of your car. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen it offered.$35 off Champion Men's Pullover HoodieAmazonJust in time for cooler weather, the Champion Pullover Hoodie features its signature logo, a jersey-lined hood, and is available in 25 different colors. Plus, this fleece sweater is 64% off for Black Friday.$60 off Apple Watch UltraAppleThis isn't a huge deal for the Apple Watch Ultra but it's the best deal we've seen for this model that was only released in September. And a discount is a discount for such a popular and expensive smartwatch.25% off Away Packable CarryallAwayThis travel tote is lightweight and made from water-resistant nylon for durability. It can easily hold all your daily essentials but also packs down into a zippered pouch so you can toss it in your suitcase. Plus, you can save 25% from now through Cyber Monday.40% off Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air FryerJen Gushue/InsiderThe Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air Fryer lets you cook two separate dishes at once, and you can time them to finish simultaneously to take the guesswork out of your dinner routine. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.$30 off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendoThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the definitive adventure game on the Nintendo Switch, sending players on a sprawling journey across a fantasy world with hundreds of secrets to discover. Right now Walmart is selling it for only $30, a rare discount that puts it at the lowest price we've ever seen.25% off Hydro Flask ToteHydro FlaskThe Hydro Flask Tote makes for the perfect travel bag, especially when storing food because its lightweight, insulated, and fully lined. For Black Friday, the tote is 25% off.$50 off Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric ToothbrushAmazonStart and end every day with the Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric Toothbrush, now 40% off for Black Friday. Complete with 5 Smart Modes and technology that stores your brushing patterns, this brush comes with one more plus a travel case.$270 off Samsung 75-inch Class TU690T Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TVBest BuyIf you're in need of a large screen for your living room, this Samsung TV is one of the best budget options you can find. While it may not have Samsung's latest display technology, this smart TV is fully featured with support for Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as Apple's AirPlay.17% off Bose QuietComfort II EarbudsAmazonThe Bose QuietComfort II Earbuds are the second rendition of the wireless earbuds, and they're easily one of the best noise-canceling earbuds on the market. At $50 off, they're currently at the lowest price we've seen. 55% off Razer Kishi for iPhoneAmazonThis controller — which is also available for Android — will turn your phone into a portable gaming device. The direct USB connection offers more responsive control than Bluetooth controllers while still providing a passthrough for charging. The Kishi can also be adjusted to fit phones with different sizes. At more than 50% off, it also offers great value compared to other mobile controllers. $20 off Apple AirTag 4-PackAppleApple's wireless trackers are compatible with the FindMy app on iPhone and iOS devices, and this matches the lowest price we've seen since their release. Just remember, you'll need a keychain holster or something else to keep them attached to your belongings.50% off Headspace subscriptionHeadspaceIf you're looking to exercise some mindfulness, a subscription to Headspace is a perfect place to start, especially at 50% off. The app offers easy-to-navigate guided meditations — from one-off sessions to help with burnout, to full-blown courses on stress and anger — from a variety of teachers, each with different perspectives.30% off Pax 3 Complete KitPaxThe Pax 3 is one of the best cannabis vapes you can buy right now, thanks to its modern, inconspicuous design, exact temperature control, and easy-to-use single button operation. Add in an industry-leading 10-year warranty, and this is a no-brainer for anyone looking for a go-to portable smoking solution. The complete kit is currently $75 off.$50 off the Xbox Series STargetThe Xbox Series S is one of Microsoft's two current generation consoles, along with the Xbox Series X. Both consoles play the exact same games, but there are differences, most notably that the Series S does not include a disc drive so you can only play digitally downloaded titles. It's currently $50 off, an excellent deal for this powerful and popular console.  Up to 50% off at EverlaneEverlaneShop all Everlane Black Friday dealsEverlane makes some of the best basics around, and you can save 40% off select styles for everyone, including cashmere, denim, and other wardrobe essentials we've tested and loved. Additionally, Everlane is partnering with Tree People for its Black Friday Fund and will donate a dollar for every order placed. 20% off Apple MacBook Air M1 (2020)Amazon$200 off the M1 MacBook Air is a superb deal, especially when you consider the M2 MacBook Air starts at $1,200, and isn't usually discounted below $1,000.58% off Puleo International 6.5-Foot Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas TreeAmazonWe recommend the Puleo International Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree for a charming, snow-covered look. The pre-strung 350 incandescent lights give the tree a warm brightness. For Black Friday 2022, get it for an all-time low price.Check out our guide to the best artificial Christmas trees.43% off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$96 off Wüsthof Classic Hollow Edge 2-Piece Chef's Knife SetAmazonWüsthof is one of the top names in knife making. This set features a 6-inch chef's knife and a 3.5-inch paring knife, which should cover you for most tasks. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.52% off DevaCurl SuperCreamAmazonDevaCurl's Supercream provides definition and hydration without weighing down medium and coarse wavy, curly, and coiled hair. You'll typically pay full price, but for Black Friday 2022, it's down to its lowest price ever at 50% off.28% off Tile Mate Bluetooth TrackerAmazonThe Tile Mate is designed to help you find easily misplaced items and attaches to keys, pet collars, and other important items. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen this year.Check out our hands-on comparison of Tile Trackers to Apple AirTags.Get Hulu and Disney Plus for $5 a monthHuluDuring Black Friday, you get Hulu (with ads) and Disney+ (no ads) for just $5 per month for a full year. This deal saves you $11 per month off the regular price of the two services when purchased separately. Learn more about the Disney+ x Hulu bundle Black Friday deal.$200 off iRobot Roomba i3+, our favorite robot vacuumiRobotThe iRobot Roomba i3+ does more than your average robot vacuum. It develops personalized cleaning schedules and empties itself. It also does an outstanding job of cleaning. That's why we made it the top pick in our robot vacuum guide. Usually, it costs more than your average robot vacuum, but during Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've ever seen.$10 off Best Friends by Sheri The Original Calming Donut Dog BedChewyThe Best Friends by Sheri the Original Calming Donut Dog Bed has a rounded shape that cradles a dog and helps them calm down naturally. It's our top pick for the best calming dog bed and rarely goes on sale. Right now, you can get it for its lowest price ever on select colors.Read our guide to the best dog beds.25% off Bissell Little Green Proheat Portable Carpet CleanerWayfairBissell makes some of our favorite carpet cleaners, and the Little Green ProHeat is a fantastic cleaner for removing stains and messes. During Black Friday, save 25% off.Check out our guide to the best carpet cleaners.25% off Paula's Choice Brighten + Glow KitPaula's ChoiceFor a limited time only, you can save 25% off the Paula's Choice Brighten and Glow Kit which includes the Super Boost Moisturizer and Eye Cream plus a limited-edition headband.33% off Razor A Kick ScooterTargetIt doesn't have all of the whistles and bells of an electric scooter, but a Razor A Kick Scooter will still be fun to ride. It's built durably and can collapse to be carried around. During Black Friday, it's 33% off, which is the best deal we've seen since 2020.18% off Kasa Smart Plug Ultra MiniAmazonThese smart plugs are low-profile enough to fit behind most furniture and are easy to use for basic smart home functions. During Black Friday, they're at the best price we've seen in months.55% off Kids Against Maturity Card GameAmazonKids Against Maturity is a tamer variation of the popular (and much raunchier) Cards Against Humanity. This family-friendly card game includes a mix of age-appropriate humor and innuendo for the adults' amusement. Pick it up for game nights at 55% off, the best price we've seen it offered.30% off Amazon Smart ThermostatAmazonThe Amazon Smart Home Thermostat is a simple, inexpensive smart home thermostat to control your home's temperature. It doesn't have a microphone or camera, so Alexa voice commands rely on another voice-enabled Alexa device, like an Echo smart speaker. Certain energy providers will provide benefits for switching to an energy-saving thermostat like this one, so be sure to check with yours. Right now, the thermostat is down to an all-time low price.27% off Cetaphil Daily Hydrating LotionTargetDrugstore skincare brand Cetaphil has a cult following among budget-savvy shoppers. The brand's products are formulated for sensitive skin and are fragrance-free. For Black Friday, the Daily Hydrating Moisturizer is down $4 from its typical price since this summer. Save up to 38% on Cetaphil's other cleaners and moisturizers too.Read our guide to the best skincare brands.37% off Anova Culinary Nano Sous Vide Precision CookerAmazonThe Anova Precision Cooker Nano offers accuracy and ease of use at a price unmatched by other sous vide machines. This model rarely goes to a lower price, so it's a good time to buy.See our guide to the best sous vide machines. 50% off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromWith the style and fit of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, now is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$231 off GE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub DishwasherBest BuyGE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub Dishwasher (GDT550PYRFS) is available in four colors to match your decor, operates quietly, and has impressive drying capabilities. During The Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 25% off.$340 off the S7 MaxV Ultra Robot VacuumAmazonAlthough we haven't yet tested the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot Vacuum, the brand performs consistently well in our tests. This is the most innovative vacuum Roborock has released, mopping and vacuuming simultaneously and featuring a charging base that empties the dustbin. Right now, it's on sale for the first time.40% off T-Fal Simply Cook Prep and Cook Nonstick 17-Piece SetAmazonWe haven't tested this cookware set from T-Fal, but we have tried the brand's hard anodized pan and thought it was a decent budget pick. This 17-piece set is currently $40 off for Black Friday.$70 off Ninja Foodi Power Blender & Processor SystemTargetThe Ninja SS351 Foodi Power Blender also functions as a food processor and comes with a bunch of extras, like a smoothie bowl. While we haven't tested it yet, it is extremely highly rated. The price frequently fluctuates between $180 and $200 for this model. It's not the lowest price we've seen, but you're still saving $70.35% off our favorite do-everything Instant PotJen Gushue/InsiderThe Instant Pot Duo Crisp is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, air fryer, and sous vide machine all in one, making it one of the most useful and economical small appliances we tested. While it's not the lowest we've seen it, it's the best price in months.See our guide to the best Instant Pots and electric pressure cookers.$200 off JBL Boombox 2AmazonWhen you need music for your gathering, the JBL Boombox 2 brings powerful sound and bass to keep the party going. It's one of the best Bluetooth speakers that you can get, and right now it's on sale with an excellent and rare $200 discount.40% off SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water MakerAmazonIf you're a seltzer fan, then you should consider investing in a sparkling water maker. The Terra is SodaStream's newest model that is also cordless. It comes with one CO2 cylinder and a bottle of lime Bubly Drops. For Black Friday, it's an all-time low price.39% off Coway Airmega AP-1512H True HEPA PurifierCowayCoway makes some of the best air purifiers on the market. The AP-1512HH is a reliable compact unit with a 4-stage filtration system that reduces up to 99.6% of air pollution particles. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price since early 2021.$30 off Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-Up LightSuzy Hernandez/Business InsiderThe Philips SmartSleep Connected is our top pick for the best sunrise alarm clock. It will help you fall asleep gently and wake up on time by creating stunning sunset and sunrise simulations. Right now, it's 15% off, an all-time low price that we haven't seen since last year.See our guide to the best sunrise alarm clocks.33% off the New Echo Dot with ClockAmazonThe latest of the Echo Dot lineup, the 5th Gen comes with a handful of new features including better audio and built-in Eero. Right now it's down to only $40, matching the lowest price we've seen for this new speaker.60% off Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesBeatsWhile not the newest headphones in the Beats lineup, the Beats Solo3 are still a solid pair of over-ear cans. They don't offer noise-canceling capabilities, but they're still a versatile pair of headphones that deliver balanced sound and 40 hours of listening time. At $80, they're at an all-time low for Black Friday with the best price we've seen.13% off TeeTurtle Reversible Narwhal PlushieAmazonMore than just a cuddly stuffed animal, TeeTurtle's reversible plushies let you express your mood. Don't feel like talking to anyone, just turn the animal to the frowny face side. For Black Friday, the narwhal stuffie is a modest 13% off.54% off UBeesize Ring Light with TripodAmazonWhether you're aiming to make more professional-looking TikToks or want something portable for your next trip, you can't beat this steep discount on a ring light tripod. The ring lighting helps improve the overall picture quality, but you can remove it if you're shooting landscapes or in a lot of natural light. At 54% off, this tripod comes in at under $20.53% off Coodoo Magnetic Blocks Tough Building Tiles Starter SetAmazonSimilar to ultra popular Magna-Tiles, these magnetic building blocks snap together quickly so you can build creatively. You can grab this starter set of 30 pieces for 48%, plus an extra 5% off when you clip the coupon on the page. For under $20, this set makes a great gift for the kiddo in your life.40% off TikTok's favorite vegetable chopperAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.62% off National Tree Company Pre-Lit Artificial Full Christmas Tree, 6.5 FeetAmazonIf you're still in the market for a Christmas tree, this 6.5 foot pre-lit Dunhill Fir tree is steeply discounted at 62% off for Black Friday; the lowest price we've ever seen for this tree.40% off the Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric ToothbrushAmazonWe love this electric toothbrush as a budget-friendly option that doesn't compromise on performance. It's also the path of least resistance to helping your teen build their own healthy habits. At 40% off for Black Friday, this is the lowest price we've seen all year.30% off sauces from Fly By JingFly by JingFly By Jing makes one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.20% off Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing TreatmentAmazonThough pricey, Olaplex's Hair Perfector is a cult favorite in beauty circles. At 20% off, it makes a thoughtful gift for anyone heard complaining about their split ends in the winter, this immensely popular hair treatment repairs brittle, dry hair and adds much-needed moisture.20% off Sengled Smart Light BulbSengledSengled's smart color-changing light bulb is significantly more affordable than bulbs from big names like Philips. For about $12, this single bulb is more affordable than ever.50% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.35% off iRobot Roomba 694AmazonThis robot vacuum can be automated to work around your home schedule, and also works with virtual assistants like Alexa and Google Home. It's not the most powerful Roomba, but it handles hardwood floors, pet hair, and short carpets without issue. It's on sale for $95 off during Black Friday. 26% off Hydro Flask Wide Mouth BottleMarathon SportsHydro Flask makes some of our favorite water bottles — they're basically indestructible without being bulky or heavy, and keep hot and cold beverages at their original temperature for at least 12 hours. It's a solid, pragmatic gift for anyone who complains about forgetting to hydrate or is on the hunt for a reliable thermos.See our guide to the best water bottles. 37% off Revlon One-Step Hair DryerAmazonThis hair tool combines styling, drying, and volumizing your hair into one simple step. It's comparable to the expensive Dyson Airwrap, but for a fraction of the cost. Down to $25, this is one of the best deals we've seen for it all year.See our guide to the best hair dryers. 50% off Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021)RokuCompared to the Roku Streaming Stick+, the new Streaming Stick 4K provides an improved viewing experience by adding support for Dolby Vision. This advanced high dynamic range (HDR) format can provide better picture quality on TVs that support it. Right now you can get it on sale for only $25, the best price we've seen for it yet.34% off Hisense 50-inch U6 QLED 4K Fire TVAmazonThis 50-inch 4K display has Amazon's Fire TV platform built-in for easy access to tons of popular streaming apps. It also boasts advanced picture quality features like wide color support, up to 600 nits of brightness, and local dimming. At a deal price of $350, this is an excellent option for buyers who want a smaller TV that doesn't sacrifice image performance.60% off Google Nest MiniBest BuyThe Google Nest Mini is a compact and effective smart speaker that's powered by the very useful Google Assistant. Right now, it's one of the best prices we've seen for the device.See our guide to the best smart speakers. Get $50 off and 2 free games when you buy a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB)AmazonAs part of a special Black Friday promotion, you can now snag a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB) with two free games, Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4, for $350. The headset typically comes with Beat Saber for $400, so this deal saves you $50 and adds an extra free game.See our guide to the best VR headsets. 50% off It Takes TwoAmazonThe 2021 game of the year is an entirely cooperative game that lets a friend join-in online, even if they don't own the game. This price matches the lowest we've seen to date.Up to 50% off shoes at Rothy'sRothy'sShop the Rothy's Black Friday saleRothy's, one of our favorite shoe brands, is holding a rare and massive sale on soon-to-be-archived styles. We're seeing discounts as deep as 50% on flats, sneakers, bags, and loafers. We've tested all sorts of Rothy styles, from the brand's flats to its sneakers. Check out some of the sale styles we're eyeing below:  40% off Samsung 65-Inch Class OLED TVAmazonSamsung's first 4K OLED is also one of the very first OLED TVs to feature quantum dots. This technology allows the display to produce a wider range of colors than typical OLEDs. $1,800 is a new low price for this brand-new high-end set.34% off the Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot VacuumWalmartThis Eufy robot vacuum connects to your phone for easy scheduling and will run for over an hour with a single charge. Down to $99, this is a rare drop that beats previous deals we've seen.Check out our robot vacuum buying guide for more on our favorite models. 50% off Melissa & Doug PAW Patrol PAWtroller Activity CenterTargetIf there's a little one in your life who loves Paw Patrol, this activity center will provide hours of fun. You can grab it for 50% off during Target's Black Friday sale.$500 off Hydrow rowing machinesHydrowThe Hydrow Connected Rower is the Peloton of at-home rowing machines, bringing interactive rowing workouts right to your living room. It's on sale for $500 off its normal price during Best Buy's Black Friday sale which is one of the lowest prices we've seen it at.Check out our review of the Hydrow to learn more about what makes this a stellar piece of exercise equipment. Stellar deals on tech brands from across the webApple; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderTech is synonymous with Black Friday, and we're seeing big discounts on TVs, computers, cameras, phones, accessories, gaming gear, and more . In addition to deals from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, most tech companies are offering savings at their online stores. Here are our favorite companies whose products we've tested and trust.Adobe: Creative Cloud All Apps is 27% off for all users for the first year, 71% off for students and teachers for the first year; 40% off Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements.Anker: 20% to 25% off power banks and charging stations.Apple: Gift cards of varying amounts on qualifying purchases.Belkin: 25% off sitewide with code BF22.Bellroy: Up to 33% off phone cases, bags, wallets, and accessories.Case-Mate: Up to 60% off sitewide with code BFCM22, include LuMee, Pelican, and Fuel.CD Keys: Up to 96% off games for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.Courant: 20% off sitewide on chargers and accessories.Dell: Up to 60% on laptops, desktops, and monitors.DJI: Up to 30% off select drones and cameras. Epson: Up to 46% off select printers, projectors, and business machines.Goal Zero: Up to 20% off select power stations, portable batteries, solar panels, lights, and more.Google: $50-$150 off Google Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 smartphones.GoPro: 15% off sitewide on cameras, accessories, and more.Griffin: 50% off sitewide on cables, chargers, batteries, and more.HP: Up to 70% on laptops, desktops, monitors, printers, and more.Incase: 50% off sitewide on bags, laptop sleeves, cases, and more.Incipio: 50% off sitewide on phone cases and accessories.Insta360: Save up to $75 on cameras.LastPass: 25% off until 11/29.Logitech: $30 off orders over $150 and $50 off orders over $250 with code BF22USD.Microsoft: Up to $600 off Surface Pro tablet laptops.Moment: Up to 60% off select phone cases, lenses, cameras, and other photography accessories.Motorola: Save up to $1,000 on select phones.Nikon: Save up to $1,000 on DSLR and mirrorless cameras, lenses, and binoculars.Nintendo: Save up to $20 or 33% on select games.Otterbox: Free shipping on orders over $50.Peak Design: Up to 30% off camera bags and accessories.Philo: New subscribers save 80% off their first month until 11/30 with code THANKS.Samsung: Up to $350 off Samsung Galaxy Z foldable smartphones.Satechi: 25% off sitewide with code BFCM25 or 30% off $150 or more with code BFCM30.Sony: Save up to $1,500 on TVs, cameras, headphones, and other consumer electronics.Speck: 40% off sitewide until 11/27; 50% off sitewide 11/27-11/28.Steam: 20%-90% off select games until 11/29.ZAGG: 40% off sitewide on ZAGG, Mophie, InvisibleShield, and Gear4 computing and mobile hardware and accessories.29% off the De'Longhi La Specialista Arte Espresso MachineAmazonDe'Longhi is one of the best brands for home espresso makers. The Specialista Arte is one of our recommended mid-range makers and has the unique feature of a built-in tamper. This is the best price we've seen in six months on this machine.Read more about the best espresso machines we've tested here.12% off the MacBook Pro 13-inch M2AppleThe 13-inch MacBook Pro is more capable than ever. Supercharged by the next-generation M2 chip, it's Apple's most portable pro laptop, with up to 20 hours of battery life and 12% off retail. It's a surprisingly good deal when you consider this new MacBook was just released in 2022.25% off the GE Profile Opal Nugget Ice MakerWalmartOne of the few nugget ice makers on the market, the GE Profile does one task perfectly: making chewable nugget ice. It's a bulky and pricy appliance, but the unique production is worth it if you're a nugget ice loyalist. For Black Friday, it's $130 off the usual price, so it's a great time to buy the ice maker of your dreams. You can read more about why we love this deal here.$90 off the Ninja OL501 Foodi 6.5 Qt. 14-in-1WalmartTypically priced at $280, this popular multicooker is discounted by nearly $170 for Black Friday. That's a stellar price on an all-in-one kitchen appliance that can air fry, pressure cook, slow cook, sear, sous vide, and more.Check out our guide to the best multicookers.$200 off the Vitamix 6500WalmartWhile we haven't tested this specific Vitamix blender, the brand is known for its power and reliability; we expect this model to be no different. Usually priced close to $600, it's on sale for $399; a stellar discount if you're looking for a Vitamix blender.Check out our guide to the best blenders. Save 20% on a Dyson Airwrap, plus get free accessoriesDysonWith new barrels to curl and wave in both directions, brushes to control and shape, and the multi-functional Coanda smoothing dryer to dry, smooth, and hide flyaways. Existing Dyson customers can save 20% off using the code e-mailed to them on November 21. Both new and returning customers can claim $125 in free gifts with their purchase.For more information, check out our Dyson Airwrap Black Friday deal guide. Save 30% on the Apple Watch Series 7Antonio Villas-Boas/InsiderThe Apple Watch Series 7 is extremely similar to the new Series 8. It's only missing Crash Detection, body temperature sensing, and a new Low Power Mode that gives the Series 8 up to 36 hours of battery life. With that in mind, you can easily justify the $120 in savings with this deal on the Series 7.See our guide to the best Apple Watch. Save 33% on the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Cordless Stick VacuumWalmartDyson vacuums are the cream of the crop, and this Black Friday deal for the Cyclone V10 is the best we've seen in years. Equipped with a sensor to detect whether you're vacuuming a carpet or hard floor, it's the perfect vac for any room in the house. See our guide to the best vacuums. 57% off Madden 23AmazonJust released in August, Madden 23 is the newest iteration of the ever-popular EA Sports NFL video game franchise. Down to just $30, this deal is an absolute steal — and the perfect holiday gift for the football lover or sports gamer in your life. 50% off Columbia Tipton Peak Insulated JacketColumbiaColumbia jackets are ideal for layering in cold weather, as they are warm, but not too bulky. If you're looking to upgrade for this winter, 50% off this Tipton Peak Insulated Jacket is a fantastic deal for you. See our guide to the best winter coats. 50% off Kiehls Ultimate Shave CollectionNordstromWith $72 worth of product, this gift set of men's shaving products from cult favorite brand Kiehl's is a great deal at $33.60. If you use your Nordstrom card to purchase, you can also earn a $60 Note to be used on a future purchase.40% off the Carina Platform Chelsea BootMadewellA lovely take on the classic Chelsea boot, Madewell's Carina Platform Chelsea features a 2.5-inch heel and white leather uppers. It's a perfect boot that can be worn with everything from dresses to jeans, and it's currently 40% off with the code OHJOY.See our guide to the best ankle boots. 41% off the ASUS Chromebook C203XAAmazonThe Asus C203XA is designed with military-grade durability, a spill-resistant keyboard, and an anti-scratch finish, making it the perfect choice for students and classrooms. Down to only $142, this is the best price it's seen in months.See our guide to the best Chromebooks. Save $90 on the Dewalt Compact Drill/Impact Combo KitAmazonThis 20-Volt MAX Brushless Compact 2-Tool Combo Kit includes 1 cordless Drill/Driver, 1 cordless Impact Driver, two 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Batteries, 1 charger, and a carrying bag. During the Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 35% off.See our guide to the best cordless drills. Save $500 on the Samsung FrameBest BuySamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.See our guides to the best 4k TVs and OLED TVs. 75% off LifeStraw Personal Water FilterAmazonLifeStraws are portable filters that can make even some of the murkiest standing water drinkable. For backpackers and hikers, a LifeStraw can be an invaluable tool in dire situations. Down to only $13, now is a great time to buy one.3 months of Discovery Plus for $3Discovery PlusWhether you're a fan pimple popping, house flipping, explorative cooking, or ghost hunting, Discovery Plus has a series that will keep you hooked. The service's Ad-Lite plan is already very affordable year round, but right now you can join the service for only $1 a month for your first three months. It's an excellent deal we only see during major deal events, like Black Friday.See our review of the best streaming services. 44% off Chewmeter Himalayan Yaky Cheese ChewsChewyMade with potato starch and cheese, among other ingredients, Chewmeter's dog treats are rawhide-free. They were about a dollar less during Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale in October, but have been above $20 for most of the year. 25% off the Magic Bullet BlenderAmazonAt under $30, this 11-piece Magic Bullet set is a great, space-conscious gift for anyone in need of a small, sturdy blender. It comes with three different mugs as well as lids for optimal freshness.See our guide to the best blenders. 50% off JBL Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesJBLQuality over-ear headphones can get pricey, but these wireless ones from JBL offer great sound and up to 40 hours of play when fully charged. RIght now, they're a steep 50% off, costing right under $25. 40% off the Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry OvenTargetNinja is one of our favorite small appliance brands, especially for its air fryers and toaster ovens. This one combines 8 functions into a single, compact appliance: air fry, air roast, air broil, bake, bagel, toast, dehydrate, and keep warm. Right now, it's on sale for the lowest price we've seen, and if you clip the on-page coupon, you can save an additional $20.See our guide to the best air fryers and toaster ovens. 35% off athleisure at Girlfriend CollectiveGirlfriend CollectiveShop the Girlfriend Collective saleGirlfriend Collective is one of our favorite athleisure brands for its cute, sustainably made sets, bras, and leggings. Through December 9, you can get 35% off Girlfriend Collective products sitewide, with additional markdowns on select items. 3 months of HBO Max for $6SOPA Images/ShutterstockHBO Max is packed with hours of content old and new, including hits like "House of the Dragon," "The Batman," and the entire "Harry Potter" collection. It rarely sees discounts for subscribers, but now through November 28, new and returning subscribers can get their first three months of the ad-supported plan for only $6.Lowest price of the year on an Insider subscriptionInsiderInsider is offering its annual subscription at its lowest price of the year as a Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal. You'll get access to in-depth reporting, exclusive stories, pitch decks, salary databases, and more. This deal expires on November 28.Rare $10 discount on Ring Fit AdventureAmazonRing Fit Adventure is a fitness-centric game that challenges you to get off the couch and perform crunches, sit-ups, and more to defeat enemies. It even comes with a special accessory called the Ring-Con to track your movements. This game rarely goes on sale, so this $10 discount from Amazon is a good deal.Save $50 on the internet's favorite frying panOur PlaceThis sleek, matte pan is an incredible gift for minimalists: It's designed to replace eight pieces of cookware, functioning as everything from a pot to a frying pan. Normally $145, you can get it for $95 for Black Friday.See our guide to the best nonstick frying pans. 28% off Otherland candlesOtherlandOtherland is a hot candle brand right now, known for its creative packaging and custom gift sets. For Black Friday, you can get 28% off a 3-pack and 35% off 6-packs and 9-packs.See our guide to the best places for buying candles. $100 off the new Pixel 7GoogleThis is the lowest price for Google's newest smartphone, the Pixel 7. Launched only a month ago, the Pixels are desirable Android phones, thanks to their fast performance, great image quality from the cameras, and stock Android.See our guide to the best smartphones. Shop big deals on luggage from across the internetRachel Askinasi/InsiderTravel is back and it's a great time to stock up on those travel essentials you may have neglected in the past few years of pandemic. Below you'll find deals on our favorite luggage brands. Away: Up to 40% off suitcases and travel accessories. Check out our full round up of Away luggage deals.Baboon to the Moon: Up to 75% off bags and accessories.Bric's: Up to 50% off Bellagio, MyLife, Siena, and X-Bag lines.Delsey: Save 30% to 60%, plus free shipping.July: Save $30 when you spend $300, $100 when you spend $600, and $200 when you spend $1,000. Monos: Up to 40% off sitewide with code EARLYBF2022. Check out our full round up of Monos luggage deals.Nomatic: Up to 30% off luggage and 50% off travel accessories.Paravel: Up to 30% off, including Oprah's favorite foldable backpack.ROAM: Free Market Tote or Travel Pouch Set with the purchase of any piece of luggage, backpack, or duffel.Samsonite: 30% off sitewide and free shipping.Solgaard: Take 15% to 50% off sitewide. Travelpro: More than 70% off select suitcases and bags, plus save $30 when you spend $200 and $60 when you spend $300.Tumi: 40% off select suitcases, backpacks, and bags.50% off the Litter Genie PlusAmazonThe Litter Genie keeps odors from cat litter waste concealed. Deputy Editor Lauren Savoie likes that it holds several weeks' worth of waste so she doesn't have to take the trash out every time she scoops. For Chewy's Black Friday sale, it's marked down to 30% off its usual price, and over at Petco, it's 50% off — an all-time low price.50% off Paramount PlusParamount PlusNow through November 27, new and returning subscribers can get 50% off an annual plan of Paramount Plus, bringing the Essential plan down to only $25 for a full year of content. The service is home to hundreds of hours of series and movies, including titles like "Smile," "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," and "Spongebob Squarepants." This cheaper plan is ad-supported and starts with a free, one-week trial.$60 off the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired PlusThe Home DepotRing's Floodlight Cam Wired Plus combines the standard Spotlight Cam with a set of motion-activated floodlights for better lighting. The camera itself streams and records at 1080p resolution and is also motion-activated, and it includes a siren and two-way talk. The Black Friday sale matches the lowest price we've seen it available for.Shop big sales from nearly every major mattress brandLeesa/InstagramMattresses are an expensive yet important purchase. Fortunately, during Black Friday, you can save hundreds of dollars on top brands, including Casper, Purple, Nectar, and more. Don't know which mattress to buy? Our mattress expert has tested more than 60 mattresses and lists the best in our mattress guide. Also, check out our best Black Friday mattress deals hub.Amerisleep: Get $450 off any mattress and free accessories using the promo code AS450.Avocado: Get 10% off sitewide using the promo code SAVE10.Awara: Get $300 off any mattress and a free cotton sheet set, two latex pillows, and a mattress protector.Bear: Get 35% off sitewide and free accessories.Beautyrest: Save up to $800 on select mattresses.Big Fig Mattress: Get $400 off mattresses using the promo code FRIYAY.Birch: Get $400 off mattresses and two free pillows using the promo code FALLSALE400. Brooklyn Bedding: Get 30% off sitewide using promo code BFRIDAY30.Casper: Save up to $800 on mattresses using the promo code BFCM22-B.Cocoon by Sealy: Get 35% off the Chill mattresses and get a free set of sheets and pillows. DreamCloud: Get 25% off mattresses and $599 worth of accessories, including sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector. Emma: Get up to 50% off sitewide.Ghost Bed: Up to 50% off all mattresses and adjustable base bundles and get two free pillows.Helix: Save $150 when you spend $600 using promo code BFWKND150, save $250 when you spend $1,249 using promo code BFWKND250, save $300 when you spend $1,700 using promo code BFWKND300, save $350 when you spend $2,550 using promo code BFWKND350, save $400 when you spend $2,700 using promo code BFWKND400, and save $450 when you spend $2,950 using promo code BFWKND450. Plus, all purchases include two free pillows. Leesa: Save up to $700 on mattresses with two pillows included.Mattress Firm: Get up to 50% off mattresses during the early Black Friday sale.Nectar: Get 33% off sitewide.Nest Bedding: Up to 50% off select mattresses.Nolah: Save up to $700 on mattresses and get two free pillows during the early access Black Friday sale.   Purple: Get $700 off the Purple Plus Mattress plus adjustable base.Saatva: Get up to $450 off select mattresses during the Election 1-Day Flash Sale.Serta: Save up to $800 on select mattresses and mattress sets.Siena: Save $200 off any mattress.Sleep Number: Up to 40% off select beds.Tempur-Pedic: Get 30% off the Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress when you use the Insider exclusive promo code BI30.Tuft & Needle: Save up to $750 on mattresses.Wayfair: Save on big-name mattress brands like Beautyrest and Sealy. Check out our Wayfair deals roundup.Zinus: Save up to 40% off select mattresses. Editor's note: Zinus is facing a class-action lawsuit claiming that fiberglass in the company's mattresses has led to serious health issues. Check out our full article on the lawsuit for more details.Zoma: Save $150 on all mattresses using promo code WIN150.Save $300 on an LG 24-inch Smart DishwasherHome Depot; InsiderIn addition to various useful cleaning and maintenance features, the LG LDP6810SS Smart Dishwasher provides smartphone monitoring, downloadable wash cycles, and diagnostic alerts. During Black Friday, save more than $300 on it.Save $400 on our favorite mattress and get $600 in free accessoriesDreamcloudOne of our favorite mattresses, the DreamCloud Premier Hybrid Mattress offers an impressive array of features, including excellent support, a firmness that will appeal to most sleepers, and a long trial period and warranty. During the Black Friday sale, you can save $400 and get $599 of accessories included.Save $40 on the Theragun MiniTherabodyTherabody's fourth generation of massage guns introduced the Theragun Mini, a portable device that packs a percussive punch in a much smaller package. It's our favorite entry-level massage gun and it's on sale for $160 during Black Friday which is around the lowest price we've ever seen.Take $70 off the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster OvenCuisinartWhile we haven't tested this specific model, the Cuisinart TOA-70 AirFryer Toaster Oven is similar to our favorite toaster oven. During Black Friday, it's $70 off.Buy one, get one on Masterclass subscriptionsMasterClassMasterClass is one of our favorite online learning platforms and for $180, you can get a second membership free to gift when you buy the first one. It makes for a great last-minute present and a fun way to bond with someone as you watch classes remotely.$50 off DNA kits from AncestryAncestryDNAAncestry DNA makes our favorite DNA kit, and all its DNA kits are discounted for Black Friday. The cheapest one is the standard kit, coming in at $59 (normally $99).20% off our favorite bathrobe from BrooklinenBrooklinenMade from 100% Turkish cotton, this super-soft robe is the ultimate luxury gift. For Black Friday, you can get 20% off all Brooklinen products when you check out.Get a Hulu subscription for $2 a monthHulu; Alyssa Powell/InsiderHulu offers a wide array of series, movies, and originals for subscribers to enjoy, including "Bob's Burgers," "Prey," and "The Handmaid's Tale." The service only ever sees discounts during Black Friday, and this year is no exception: new and returning members can get their first year for only $2 a month when they sign up before November 28.32% off the Kindle PaperwhiteAmazonThe Kindle Paperwhite is our favorite Kindle model so far for its big screen and adjustable warm light. At 32% off, you can snag it for under $100 to gift to the avid reader in your life.Save $80 on adjustable dumbbellsBest BuyThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds, turning one pair of dumbbells into a full-on set. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.Save $70 on TCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TVBest BuyTCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TV delivers an impressive balance between image performance, smart connectivity, screen size, and cost. Down to $430, this discount matches deals we've seen for it in the past.Take 27% off the Nespresso's Vertuo coffee makerWilliams SonomaNespresso's Vertuo machine makes rich, frothy espresso at the touch of a button. This isn't the lowest price we've seen, but it does match last Black Friday's deal and it's still a solid discount.Save 20% on the GoPro Hero 11 BlackThe GoPro Hero 11 Black with its recognizable form-factor. Like the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black before it, there's a front screen for framing a shot — useful if you're vlogging or live-streaming.Les Shu/InsiderGoPro's best camera yet, the Hero 11 Black shoots incredible videos with smooth stabilization better than ever. For Black Friday, you can save $100 (20%) off the regular priceSave 15% on the Monos Metro DuffelMonosThe duffel's roomy interior is designed to keep all your essentials organized, with a sleeve that fits up to a 15" laptop and inner side pockets that allow for easy access to your water bottle or compact umbrella. The built-in trolley sleeve fits securely around the handle of any Monos suitcase for seamless pairing and converts into an extra pocket when not in use. It's discounted to under $180 ahead of Black Friday.Get a year of Peacock Premium for $1/monthPavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesNow through November 28, new subscribers can lock in a year of Peacock Premium for $1/month. That's about 80% off the regular $5 monthly price.Save 33% on the Fitbit Sense 2FitbitThe Fitbit Sense 2 is the brand's answer to the Apple Watch, featuring temperature sensing, a built-in ECG, and advanced sleep tracking. It also offers tracking for a wide variety of activities and is compatible with smartphone notifications and some apps. It's on sale for $200 during Black Friday, which is $100 off its normal price (and an excellent deal for such a full-featured smartwatch).Take 50% off the Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright VacuumAmazonThe Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright Vacuum (AZ2002) is easy to use and has powerful suction that gets the job done on hardwood and carpeting. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen.Save 24% on an HP OMEN laptopHPHP's OMEN laptops are high-performance computers that are great for creative tasks and gaming. This one is loaded with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics. Add in 16GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive, the $1,200 sale price makes it a terrific buy for a high-end machine.Take 60% off a Sealy MattressWayfairUsually priced around $800, you can now save a couple hundred dollars on this 12-inch mattress. We haven't tested this exact mattress, but we think Sealy's other bed in a box is a good budget pick.Save $200 on the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier FanDysonThough we haven't tested the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier Fan yet, we have been impressed with the cooling abilities of other Dyson fans. Right now, it's at an all-time low price for Black Friday 2022.Take 20% off Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation)AppleThe AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is the latest addition to their AirPods Pro series, a line of mid-range earbuds that feature spatial audio and noise canceling. And for just $200, this is the lowest price we've ever seen.Save 33% on a Sony 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TVAmazonSony's 2022 midrange LCD TV is a solid pick for buyers who want a good all-around 4K display. It has local dimming for improved contrast, along with wide color capabilities and support for the Google TV streaming platform. This $1,000 deal price is a new low for the 65-inch model.Save $150 on the Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillHome DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.Save 40% on the internet's favorite coatMaria Del Russo/InsiderDubbed by the internet as the "Amazon coat," this down jacket actually lives up to its hype of blending style with warmth and functionality. It comes in a range of colors from muted neutrals to bright red or yellow and is a perfect, practical gift as the winter season gets colder. The discount you'll receive depends on the color and size you choose, with an average deal of 40% off.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

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165+ best Black Friday weekend deals that you can still shop right now

Black Friday is technically over, but there are still plenty of deals. We're rounding up the best weekend discounts from Amazon, Walmart, and more. We'll be keeping this page fresh with the best Black Friday weekend deals we can find.Nintendo; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderWhen you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.Black Friday is technically over, but several fantastic deals are still available. Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart continue to offer some of the best discounts we've seen on products across every category. And more deals are on the way as we head into Cyber Monday on November 28. We're updating this page throughout the weekend with the best Black Friday discounts that are still live. Right now, you can snag big savings on streaming services, Amazon products, Apple devices, 4K TVs, and more. We recommend bookmarking this page and checking back regularly as our expert team of reporters and editors will be rounding up all of the very best deals through Cyber Monday. Top Black Friday deals still available right nowPeacock Premium plan: $99 cents/month (80% off)Hulu x Disney+ bundle: $4.98 per month (55% off)Samsung 65-inch OLED 4K TV: $1797 (40% off)Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation): $200 (20% off)Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021): $25 (50% off)Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer: $25 (37% off)Hydro Flask 32 oz. Wide Mouth Bottle: $33 (26% off)Home Accents Festive Pine Christmas Tree: $50 (29% off)Kindle Paperwhite: $95 (32% off)Dyson v10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum: $399 ($200 off)Save 20% on the Triple F.A.T. Goose Rockhopper PufferTriple F.A.T. GooseReleased as part of the brand's new Reforged Supply Collection, the Rockhopper uses recycled materials and a non-toxic durable water resistant coating. At $85 off, this is a rare deal on a recently launched product.$50 off the Roku StreambarRokuThe Roku Streambar is a compact soundbar that also acts as a streaming device, giving you an all-in-one option for crisp Dolby Audio and crystal clear 4K, HD, and HDR graphics. It's discounted by $50 to an $80 overall price, making this a great time to buy.Save 45% on the AllModern Williams Two-Drawer NightstandAllModernClass-up your bedroom with this mid-century nightstand, complete with two drawers and minimalist accents. This nightstand comes in walnut, acorn, white and gray finishes. It's on sale for $243, but you can get another 25% off with the code GET25.Save 14% on the Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 12.9-inchAppleApple's Magic Keyboard is designed to seamlessly attach to the iPad Pro with a comfortable and responsive typing experience, trackpad, and a USB-C port. It's a great way to boost your productivity from your tablet, especially at this excellent price of$300.40% off the Everlane Everyone Denim JacketEverlaneFeaturing unisex styling, the Everyone Denim Jacket is easy to wear and style for everyone. Right now, it's $59 — bringing the price down nearly $30.50% off the Amazon Fire HD 10 TabletAmazonWith 32GB of internal storage, a 1080p HD display, and loads of features like Alexa integration, the Fire HD 10 is one of the most versatile, yet affordable tablets you can buy. Currently on sale for 50% off, it's an even better deal at $75.25% off Jambys LoungewearAmir Ismael/InsiderLong Jambys are sustainably made modal, which comes from tree fibers. The material is incredibly soft and comfortable. On sale for $55, this is a great deal on premium loungewear. Read our full Jambys review here.25% off Bombas SocksBombasBombas makes some of the best socks we've ever tested — even at full price. Right now, you'll save 10% on packs plus an extra 25% on your order, bringing this 8-Pack down to $75.60. Read our full review and shop the entire site.$230 off the Vitamix Professional Series 750 BlenderWilliams SonomaThe Vitamix Professional Series 750 has everything you need in a blender, and its proven longevity makes it worth the price. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price we've seen by $60.$12.90 off the Casper Glow LightSuzy Hernandez/InsiderThe Casper Glow Light is a wireless, portable night-light. You control it with intuitive gestures for a beautiful, streamlined experience. It's 10% off during the company's Black Friday event.$15 off the Birthdate Co. CandleBirthdate CoGet 25% off on this candle, which is customized with scents associated with your (or someone else's) birthdate. Beyond offering a unique smell, writing on the container reveals personality traits around that specific birthday.25% off Brooklinen Boerum JoggersBrooklinenThe Boerum Joggers are a comfortable and stylish pair of lounge pants that come in seven different colors. This ultra-soft pair of sweats is on sale for under $60 during Brooklinen's Black Friday sale.$18 off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$25 off JBL Go 3 Portable Waterproof Bluetooth SpeakerAmazonThe JBL Go 3 Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker features a rechargeable batter with a long runtime, a dustproof and waterproof design, and is compact enough to fit in your pocket. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.51% off Rosyclo Cloud SlippersAmazonWhile not the exact same pair, these cloud slippers are nearly identical in design to the ones our executive editor Sally Kaplan owns and loves. Your discount will depend on the size and color you select, but we're seeing an average savings of 51% on these trendy cloud slippers.40% off Fullstar Vegetable Chopper and SpiralizerAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.30% off By Jing BoxFly by JingFly By Jing is one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.$110 off Fitbit SenseFitbitThe Sense smartwatch has a ton of added features, focusing on heart health and stress management, giving you a more holistic look at your well-being. It's on sale for $140 during Black Friday which is an excellent deal considering how feature-rich this smartwatch is.$80 off Bowflex SelectTech 552 dumbbellsNautilusThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.$300 off Toto Washlet C100 Bidet SeatWayfairToto makes premium bathroom fixtures, including its bidets. We haven't tested this model and there are more advanced options, but right now you can save $300 on the C100.$150 off Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillThe Home DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.19% off Nike Air VaporMax 2021 FKNikeFeaturing a full Air midsole and a Flyknit woven upper, the Vapormax 2021 uses several of Nike's most advanced technologies. Right now, they're 19% off.$50 off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromTaking on the look of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, this is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$7 off Wyze Bulb Color 2-PackBest BuyBright, colorful, and most importantly, affordable, these smart LED bulbs make an excellent addition to any smart home setup. Down to $20, they're now more affordable at only $10 each.$100 off Apple AirPods MaxAppleThe AirPods Max are expensive despite offering great sound quality and noise cancellation. At $449 during Black Friday, this is around the cheapest we've ever seen them (and an excellent deal considering Apple doesn't discount them often).$500 off Samsung 55-Inch The Frame Smart 4K UHD TVSamsungSamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.$20 off Elden RingElden Ring / FromSoftwareThis 2022 Game of the Year nominee from the creators of Dark Souls is a challenging adventure, even for experienced gamers. This is one of the best prices we've seen since it released in February.$50 off the Fitbit LuxeSally KaplanThe Fitbit Luxe is a great option for the fashionistas in your life who don't like the look of a traditional smartwatch. On Black Friday, it's on sale for $80 — the lowest price we've seen. Check out more of the best Fitbit deals we've rounded up from across the web, and our buying guide to the best Fitbits we've tested.Save up to 40% on Monos luggageMonosShop all Monos luggage dealsBest known for its carry-on with a front pocket fit for a laptop, Monos is home to some of the best luggage and travel accessories we've tested. The travel brand has made a name for itself with its suitcases' convenient organization, as demonstrated by its Pro Plus Carry-on with extra storage space.Travelers can save up to a rare 40% on carry-ons, full-sized luggage, and travel accessories with the code EARLYBF2022. Shoppers can also expect to see discounts of up to 50% off on November 25-27 with the code BLACKFRIDAY2022, and up to 30% off on November 28-December 4 with the code CYBERWEEK2022. $150 off Apple 24-inch iMac M1 2021Apple$150 off Apple's 24-inch iMac running on the powerful M1 processor only makes a dent, but it's still the best price we've seen for this model. If you've been looking for a powerful all-in-on computer that will last a long time, the 24-inch iMac with a deal is a great option.20% off Philips Premium Digital Air FryerWilliams SonomaThe Philips Premium Digital Air Fryer heats up within seconds, turning out evenly cooked, crispy food with greater efficiency than an oven and even many other air fryers. At 20% off, this is one of the lowest price we've seen in months.$150 off KitchenAid 5-qt. Artisan Series Fresh Prep Attachment BundleKohl'sOne of the best deals we've seen on KitchenAid stand mixers is this bundle, which combines a 5 quart Artisan mixer with food processing attachments. This matches the sale price we've seen at other retailers, but also includes the Fresh Prep attachment, which usually retails for $60. The deal is available in three colors.30% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.$25 off Sonic FrontiersSegaPlaystation 5Xbox Series X Nintendo SwitchThe latest Sonic the Hedgehog game was released earlier this month and it's already 50% off for Black Friday. The game's "open zone" format is new for the franchise but it's gotten generally favorable reviews since its launch.$20 off Everlane Alpaca CrewEverlaneWith over 2500 reviews and four and a half stars, the alpaca crew is an Everlane staple. It comes in 12 colors and is 20% off on Black Friday.$32 off Lift Top Noblewell Coffee TableAmazonThis vintage wood table opens up and converts to a laptop desk while providing extra storage. Ideal for compact spaces, this table can easily fold back down to be used as a regular coffee table. Its Black Friday deal price is $12 less than the previous all-time low price.$60 off Vitamix E310 BlenderWilliams SonomaThis pared-down Vitamix has 10 variable speeds and a 48-ounce pitcher. This is the lowest price we've seen recently for this model.$100 off Hyperice Hypervolt 2 ProHypericeThe Hypervolt 2 Pro is Hyperice's best massage gun, offering five variable speeds, three hours of battery life, and a number of swappable head attachments. It's on sale for $100 off its normal price during Black Friday which is one of the best deals we've ever seen for it.20% off Seresto Flea and Tick Collar for Large DogsChewyThe Seresto Flea and Tick Collar offer eight months of protection against fleas and ticks in all life stages. It's the only flea collar on the market that we recommend for dogs. For Black Friday 2022, Chewy is offering a rare deal we only see a few times a year.$230 off Nectar Memory Foam Mattress (Queen)NectarThe gel memory foam of the Nectar makes it a versatile mattress that conforms to the contours of your body to relieve pressure. During Black Friday, it's 33% off which is one of the best prices we've seen it at.30% off PlayStation DualSense Wireless ControllerThere are a number of steps you can take at home with your PS5 console to resolve the connectivity error.YELIM LEE/AFP via Getty ImagesThe PS5 controller is one of the best in the industry thanks to its haptic feedback, built-in microphone, and adaptive triggers. The Black Friday discount extends to other colors of the controller, like black, purple, & red.$240 off Roborock S7 Robot VacuumRoborockWhile it had trouble in corners and operates loudly, we were overall impressed with the powerful suction of the S7, and it was one of the best at mopping of the robot vacuums we tested. This is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen on this model.30% off Yeti Rambler 10 oz Wine TumblerAmazonNow 30% off, the Yeti Rambler holds up to 10 ounces of your favorite wine whether you're on a camping trip or on the back patio. The stainless steel interior paired with the double-wall vacuum insulation is what keeps your drink exactly at the temperature you like.29% off Black + Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld VacuumAmazonThe powerful Black+Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld Vacuum (model BDH2020FL) has a narrow, flexible, 4-foot hose that can clean hard-to-reach areas of your car. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen it offered.$35 off Champion Men's Pullover HoodieAmazonJust in time for cooler weather, the Champion Pullover Hoodie features its signature logo, a jersey-lined hood, and is available in 25 different colors. Plus, this fleece sweater is 64% off for Black Friday.$60 off Apple Watch UltraAppleThis isn't a huge deal for the Apple Watch Ultra but it's the best deal we've seen for this model that was only released in September. And a discount is a discount for such a popular and expensive smartwatch.25% off Away Packable CarryallAwayThis travel tote is lightweight and made from water-resistant nylon for durability. It can easily hold all your daily essentials but also packs down into a zippered pouch so you can toss it in your suitcase. Plus, you can save 25% from now through Cyber Monday.40% off Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air FryerJen Gushue/InsiderThe Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air Fryer lets you cook two separate dishes at once, and you can time them to finish simultaneously to take the guesswork out of your dinner routine. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.$30 off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendoThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the definitive adventure game on the Nintendo Switch, sending players on a sprawling journey across a fantasy world with hundreds of secrets to discover. Right now Walmart is selling it for only $30, a rare discount that puts it at the lowest price we've ever seen.25% off Hydro Flask ToteHydro FlaskThe Hydro Flask Tote makes for the perfect travel bag, especially when storing food because its lightweight, insulated, and fully lined. For Black Friday, the tote is 25% off.$50 off Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric ToothbrushAmazonStart and end every day with the Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric Toothbrush, now 40% off for Black Friday. Complete with 5 Smart Modes and technology that stores your brushing patterns, this brush comes with one more plus a travel case.$270 off Samsung 75-inch Class TU690T Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TVBest BuyIf you're in need of a large screen for your living room, this Samsung TV is one of the best budget options you can find. While it may not have Samsung's latest display technology, this smart TV is fully featured with support for Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as Apple's AirPlay.17% off Bose QuietComfort II EarbudsAmazonThe Bose QuietComfort II Earbuds are the second rendition of the wireless earbuds, and they're easily one of the best noise-canceling earbuds on the market. At $50 off, they're currently at the lowest price we've seen. 55% off Razer Kishi for iPhoneAmazonThis controller — which is also available for Android — will turn your phone into a portable gaming device. The direct USB connection offers more responsive control than Bluetooth controllers while still providing a passthrough for charging. The Kishi can also be adjusted to fit phones with different sizes. At more than 50% off, it also offers great value compared to other mobile controllers. $20 off Apple AirTag 4-PackAppleApple's wireless trackers are compatible with the FindMy app on iPhone and iOS devices, and this matches the lowest price we've seen since their release. Just remember, you'll need a keychain holster or something else to keep them attached to your belongings.50% off Headspace subscriptionHeadspaceIf you're looking to exercise some mindfulness, a subscription to Headspace is a perfect place to start, especially at 50% off. The app offers easy-to-navigate guided meditations — from one-off sessions to help with burnout, to full-blown courses on stress and anger — from a variety of teachers, each with different perspectives.30% off Pax 3 Complete KitPaxThe Pax 3 is one of the best cannabis vapes you can buy right now, thanks to its modern, inconspicuous design, exact temperature control, and easy-to-use single button operation. Add in an industry-leading 10-year warranty, and this is a no-brainer for anyone looking for a go-to portable smoking solution. The complete kit is currently $75 off.$50 off the Xbox Series STargetThe Xbox Series S is one of Microsoft's two current generation consoles, along with the Xbox Series X. Both consoles play the exact same games, but there are differences, most notably that the Series S does not include a disc drive so you can only play digitally downloaded titles. It's currently $50 off, an excellent deal for this powerful and popular console.  Up to 50% off at EverlaneEverlaneShop all Everlane Black Friday dealsEverlane makes some of the best basics around, and you can save 40% off select styles for everyone, including cashmere, denim, and other wardrobe essentials we've tested and loved. Additionally, Everlane is partnering with Tree People for its Black Friday Fund and will donate a dollar for every order placed. 20% off Apple MacBook Air M1 (2020)Amazon$200 off the M1 MacBook Air is a superb deal, especially when you consider the M2 MacBook Air starts at $1,200, and isn't usually discounted below $1,000.58% off Puleo International 6.5-Foot Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas TreeAmazonWe recommend the Puleo International Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree for a charming, snow-covered look. The pre-strung 350 incandescent lights give the tree a warm brightness. For Black Friday 2022, get it for an all-time low price.Check out our guide to the best artificial Christmas trees.43% off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$96 off Wüsthof Classic Hollow Edge 2-Piece Chef's Knife SetAmazonWüsthof is one of the top names in knife making. This set features a 6-inch chef's knife and a 3.5-inch paring knife, which should cover you for most tasks. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.52% off DevaCurl SuperCreamAmazonDevaCurl's Supercream provides definition and hydration without weighing down medium and coarse wavy, curly, and coiled hair. You'll typically pay full price, but for Black Friday 2022, it's down to its lowest price ever at 50% off.28% off Tile Mate Bluetooth TrackerAmazonThe Tile Mate is designed to help you find easily misplaced items and attaches to keys, pet collars, and other important items. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen this year.Check out our hands-on comparison of Tile Trackers to Apple AirTags.Get Hulu and Disney Plus for $5 a monthHuluDuring Black Friday, you get Hulu (with ads) and Disney+ (no ads) for just $5 per month for a full year. This deal saves you $11 per month off the regular price of the two services when purchased separately. Learn more about the Disney+ x Hulu bundle Black Friday deal.$200 off iRobot Roomba i3+, our favorite robot vacuumiRobotThe iRobot Roomba i3+ does more than your average robot vacuum. It develops personalized cleaning schedules and empties itself. It also does an outstanding job of cleaning. That's why we made it the top pick in our robot vacuum guide. Usually, it costs more than your average robot vacuum, but during Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've ever seen.$10 off Best Friends by Sheri The Original Calming Donut Dog BedChewyThe Best Friends by Sheri the Original Calming Donut Dog Bed has a rounded shape that cradles a dog and helps them calm down naturally. It's our top pick for the best calming dog bed and rarely goes on sale. Right now, you can get it for its lowest price ever on select colors.Read our guide to the best dog beds.25% off Bissell Little Green Proheat Portable Carpet CleanerWayfairBissell makes some of our favorite carpet cleaners, and the Little Green ProHeat is a fantastic cleaner for removing stains and messes. During Black Friday, save 25% off.Check out our guide to the best carpet cleaners.25% off Paula's Choice Brighten + Glow KitPaula's ChoiceFor a limited time only, you can save 25% off the Paula's Choice Brighten and Glow Kit which includes the Super Boost Moisturizer and Eye Cream plus a limited-edition headband.33% off Razor A Kick ScooterTargetIt doesn't have all of the whistles and bells of an electric scooter, but a Razor A Kick Scooter will still be fun to ride. It's built durably and can collapse to be carried around. During Black Friday, it's 33% off, which is the best deal we've seen since 2020.18% off Kasa Smart Plug Ultra MiniAmazonThese smart plugs are low-profile enough to fit behind most furniture and are easy to use for basic smart home functions. During Black Friday, they're at the best price we've seen in months.55% off Kids Against Maturity Card GameAmazonKids Against Maturity is a tamer variation of the popular (and much raunchier) Cards Against Humanity. This family-friendly card game includes a mix of age-appropriate humor and innuendo for the adults' amusement. Pick it up for game nights at 55% off, the best price we've seen it offered.30% off Amazon Smart ThermostatAmazonThe Amazon Smart Home Thermostat is a simple, inexpensive smart home thermostat to control your home's temperature. It doesn't have a microphone or camera, so Alexa voice commands rely on another voice-enabled Alexa device, like an Echo smart speaker. Certain energy providers will provide benefits for switching to an energy-saving thermostat like this one, so be sure to check with yours. Right now, the thermostat is down to an all-time low price.27% off Cetaphil Daily Hydrating LotionTargetDrugstore skincare brand Cetaphil has a cult following among budget-savvy shoppers. The brand's products are formulated for sensitive skin and are fragrance-free. For Black Friday, the Daily Hydrating Moisturizer is down $4 from its typical price since this summer. Save up to 38% on Cetaphil's other cleaners and moisturizers too.Read our guide to the best skincare brands.37% off Anova Culinary Nano Sous Vide Precision CookerAmazonThe Anova Precision Cooker Nano offers accuracy and ease of use at a price unmatched by other sous vide machines. This model rarely goes to a lower price, so it's a good time to buy.See our guide to the best sous vide machines. 50% off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromWith the style and fit of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, now is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$231 off GE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub DishwasherBest BuyGE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub Dishwasher (GDT550PYRFS) is available in four colors to match your decor, operates quietly, and has impressive drying capabilities. During The Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 25% off.$340 off the S7 MaxV Ultra Robot VacuumAmazonAlthough we haven't yet tested the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot Vacuum, the brand performs consistently well in our tests. This is the most innovative vacuum Roborock has released, mopping and vacuuming simultaneously and featuring a charging base that empties the dustbin. Right now, it's on sale for the first time.40% off T-Fal Simply Cook Prep and Cook Nonstick 17-Piece SetAmazonWe haven't tested this cookware set from T-Fal, but we have tried the brand's hard anodized pan and thought it was a decent budget pick. This 17-piece set is currently $40 off for Black Friday.$70 off Ninja Foodi Power Blender & Processor SystemTargetThe Ninja SS351 Foodi Power Blender also functions as a food processor and comes with a bunch of extras, like a smoothie bowl. While we haven't tested it yet, it is extremely highly rated. The price frequently fluctuates between $180 and $200 for this model. It's not the lowest price we've seen, but you're still saving $70.35% off our favorite do-everything Instant PotJen Gushue/InsiderThe Instant Pot Duo Crisp is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, air fryer, and sous vide machine all in one, making it one of the most useful and economical small appliances we tested. While it's not the lowest we've seen it, it's the best price in months.See our guide to the best Instant Pots and electric pressure cookers.$200 off JBL Boombox 2AmazonWhen you need music for your gathering, the JBL Boombox 2 brings powerful sound and bass to keep the party going. It's one of the best Bluetooth speakers that you can get, and right now it's on sale with an excellent and rare $200 discount.40% off SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water MakerAmazonIf you're a seltzer fan, then you should consider investing in a sparkling water maker. The Terra is SodaStream's newest model that is also cordless. It comes with one CO2 cylinder and a bottle of lime Bubly Drops. For Black Friday, it's an all-time low price.39% off Coway Airmega AP-1512H True HEPA PurifierCowayCoway makes some of the best air purifiers on the market. The AP-1512HH is a reliable compact unit with a 4-stage filtration system that reduces up to 99.6% of air pollution particles. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price since early 2021.$30 off Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-Up LightSuzy Hernandez/Business InsiderThe Philips SmartSleep Connected is our top pick for the best sunrise alarm clock. It will help you fall asleep gently and wake up on time by creating stunning sunset and sunrise simulations. Right now, it's 15% off, an all-time low price that we haven't seen since last year.See our guide to the best sunrise alarm clocks.33% off the New Echo Dot with ClockAmazonThe latest of the Echo Dot lineup, the 5th Gen comes with a handful of new features including better audio and built-in Eero. Right now it's down to only $40, matching the lowest price we've seen for this new speaker.60% off Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesBeatsWhile not the newest headphones in the Beats lineup, the Beats Solo3 are still a solid pair of over-ear cans. They don't offer noise-canceling capabilities, but they're still a versatile pair of headphones that deliver balanced sound and 40 hours of listening time. At $80, they're at an all-time low for Black Friday with the best price we've seen.13% off TeeTurtle Reversible Narwhal PlushieAmazonMore than just a cuddly stuffed animal, TeeTurtle's reversible plushies let you express your mood. Don't feel like talking to anyone, just turn the animal to the frowny face side. For Black Friday, the narwhal stuffie is a modest 13% off.54% off UBeesize Ring Light with TripodAmazonWhether you're aiming to make more professional-looking TikToks or want something portable for your next trip, you can't beat this steep discount on a ring light tripod. The ring lighting helps improve the overall picture quality, but you can remove it if you're shooting landscapes or in a lot of natural light. At 54% off, this tripod comes in at under $20.53% off Coodoo Magnetic Blocks Tough Building Tiles Starter SetAmazonSimilar to ultra popular Magna-Tiles, these magnetic building blocks snap together quickly so you can build creatively. You can grab this starter set of 30 pieces for 48%, plus an extra 5% off when you clip the coupon on the page. For under $20, this set makes a great gift for the kiddo in your life.40% off TikTok's favorite vegetable chopperAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.62% off National Tree Company Pre-Lit Artificial Full Christmas Tree, 6.5 FeetAmazonIf you're still in the market for a Christmas tree, this 6.5 foot pre-lit Dunhill Fir tree is steeply discounted at 62% off for Black Friday; the lowest price we've ever seen for this tree.40% off the Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric ToothbrushAmazonWe love this electric toothbrush as a budget-friendly option that doesn't compromise on performance. It's also the path of least resistance to helping your teen build their own healthy habits. At 40% off for Black Friday, this is the lowest price we've seen all year.30% off sauces from Fly By JingFly by JingFly By Jing makes one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.20% off Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing TreatmentAmazonThough pricey, Olaplex's Hair Perfector is a cult favorite in beauty circles. At 20% off, it makes a thoughtful gift for anyone heard complaining about their split ends in the winter, this immensely popular hair treatment repairs brittle, dry hair and adds much-needed moisture.20% off Sengled Smart Light BulbSengledSengled's smart color-changing light bulb is significantly more affordable than bulbs from big names like Philips. For about $12, this single bulb is more affordable than ever.50% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.35% off iRobot Roomba 694AmazonThis robot vacuum can be automated to work around your home schedule, and also works with virtual assistants like Alexa and Google Home. It's not the most powerful Roomba, but it handles hardwood floors, pet hair, and short carpets without issue. It's on sale for $95 off during Black Friday. 26% off Hydro Flask Wide Mouth BottleMarathon SportsHydro Flask makes some of our favorite water bottles — they're basically indestructible without being bulky or heavy, and keep hot and cold beverages at their original temperature for at least 12 hours. It's a solid, pragmatic gift for anyone who complains about forgetting to hydrate or is on the hunt for a reliable thermos.See our guide to the best water bottles. 37% off Revlon One-Step Hair DryerAmazonThis hair tool combines styling, drying, and volumizing your hair into one simple step. It's comparable to the expensive Dyson Airwrap, but for a fraction of the cost. Down to $25, this is one of the best deals we've seen for it all year.See our guide to the best hair dryers. 50% off Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021)RokuCompared to the Roku Streaming Stick+, the new Streaming Stick 4K provides an improved viewing experience by adding support for Dolby Vision. This advanced high dynamic range (HDR) format can provide better picture quality on TVs that support it. Right now you can get it on sale for only $25, the best price we've seen for it yet.34% off Hisense 50-inch U6 QLED 4K Fire TVAmazonThis 50-inch 4K display has Amazon's Fire TV platform built-in for easy access to tons of popular streaming apps. It also boasts advanced picture quality features like wide color support, up to 600 nits of brightness, and local dimming. At a deal price of $350, this is an excellent option for buyers who want a smaller TV that doesn't sacrifice image performance.60% off Google Nest MiniBest BuyThe Google Nest Mini is a compact and effective smart speaker that's powered by the very useful Google Assistant. Right now, it's one of the best prices we've seen for the device.See our guide to the best smart speakers. Get $50 off and 2 free games when you buy a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB)AmazonAs part of a special Black Friday promotion, you can now snag a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB) with two free games, Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4, for $350. The headset typically comes with Beat Saber for $400, so this deal saves you $50 and adds an extra free game.See our guide to the best VR headsets. 50% off It Takes TwoAmazonThe 2021 game of the year is an entirely cooperative game that lets a friend join-in online, even if they don't own the game. This price matches the lowest we've seen to date.Up to 50% off shoes at Rothy'sRothy'sShop the Rothy's Black Friday saleRothy's, one of our favorite shoe brands, is holding a rare and massive sale on soon-to-be-archived styles. We're seeing discounts as deep as 50% on flats, sneakers, bags, and loafers. We've tested all sorts of Rothy styles, from the brand's flats to its sneakers. Check out some of the sale styles we're eyeing below:  40% off Samsung 65-Inch Class OLED TVAmazonSamsung's first 4K OLED is also one of the very first OLED TVs to feature quantum dots. This technology allows the display to produce a wider range of colors than typical OLEDs. $1,800 is a new low price for this brand-new high-end set.34% off the Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot VacuumWalmartThis Eufy robot vacuum connects to your phone for easy scheduling and will run for over an hour with a single charge. Down to $99, this is a rare drop that beats previous deals we've seen.Check out our robot vacuum buying guide for more on our favorite models. 50% off Melissa & Doug PAW Patrol PAWtroller Activity CenterTargetIf there's a little one in your life who loves Paw Patrol, this activity center will provide hours of fun. You can grab it for 50% off during Target's Black Friday sale.$500 off Hydrow rowing machinesHydrowThe Hydrow Connected Rower is the Peloton of at-home rowing machines, bringing interactive rowing workouts right to your living room. It's on sale for $500 off its normal price during Best Buy's Black Friday sale which is one of the lowest prices we've seen it at.Check out our review of the Hydrow to learn more about what makes this a stellar piece of exercise equipment. Stellar deals on tech brands from across the webApple; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderTech is synonymous with Black Friday, and we're seeing big discounts on TVs, computers, cameras, phones, accessories, gaming gear, and more . In addition to deals from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, most tech companies are offering savings at their online stores. Here are our favorite companies whose products we've tested and trust.Adobe: Creative Cloud All Apps is 27% off for all users for the first year, 71% off for students and teachers for the first year; 40% off Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements.Anker: 20% to 25% off power banks and charging stations.Apple: Gift cards of varying amounts on qualifying purchases.Belkin: 25% off sitewide with code BF22.Bellroy: Up to 33% off phone cases, bags, wallets, and accessories.Case-Mate: Up to 60% off sitewide with code BFCM22, include LuMee, Pelican, and Fuel.CD Keys: Up to 96% off games for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.Courant: 20% off sitewide on chargers and accessories.Dell: Up to 60% on laptops, desktops, and monitors.DJI: Up to 30% off select drones and cameras. Epson: Up to 46% off select printers, projectors, and business machines.Goal Zero: Up to 20% off select power stations, portable batteries, solar panels, lights, and more.Google: $50-$150 off Google Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 smartphones.GoPro: 15% off sitewide on cameras, accessories, and more.Griffin: 50% off sitewide on cables, chargers, batteries, and more.HP: Up to 70% on laptops, desktops, monitors, printers, and more.Incase: 50% off sitewide on bags, laptop sleeves, cases, and more.Incipio: 50% off sitewide on phone cases and accessories.Insta360: Save up to $75 on cameras.LastPass: 25% off until 11/29.Logitech: $30 off orders over $150 and $50 off orders over $250 with code BF22USD.Microsoft: Up to $600 off Surface Pro tablet laptops.Moment: Up to 60% off select phone cases, lenses, cameras, and other photography accessories.Motorola: Save up to $1,000 on select phones.Nikon: Save up to $1,000 on DSLR and mirrorless cameras, lenses, and binoculars.Nintendo: Save up to $20 or 33% on select games.Otterbox: Free shipping on orders over $50.Peak Design: Up to 30% off camera bags and accessories.Philo: New subscribers save 80% off their first month until 11/30 with code THANKS.Samsung: Up to $350 off Samsung Galaxy Z foldable smartphones.Satechi: 25% off sitewide with code BFCM25 or 30% off $150 or more with code BFCM30.Sony: Save up to $1,500 on TVs, cameras, headphones, and other consumer electronics.Speck: 40% off sitewide until 11/27; 50% off sitewide 11/27-11/28.Steam: 20%-90% off select games until 11/29.ZAGG: 40% off sitewide on ZAGG, Mophie, InvisibleShield, and Gear4 computing and mobile hardware and accessories.29% off the De'Longhi La Specialista Arte Espresso MachineAmazonDe'Longhi is one of the best brands for home espresso makers. The Specialista Arte is one of our recommended mid-range makers and has the unique feature of a built-in tamper. This is the best price we've seen in six months on this machine.Read more about the best espresso machines we've tested here.12% off the MacBook Pro 13-inch M2AppleThe 13-inch MacBook Pro is more capable than ever. Supercharged by the next-generation M2 chip, it's Apple's most portable pro laptop, with up to 20 hours of battery life and 12% off retail. It's a surprisingly good deal when you consider this new MacBook was just released in 2022.25% off the GE Profile Opal Nugget Ice MakerWalmartOne of the few nugget ice makers on the market, the GE Profile does one task perfectly: making chewable nugget ice. It's a bulky and pricy appliance, but the unique production is worth it if you're a nugget ice loyalist. For Black Friday, it's $130 off the usual price, so it's a great time to buy the ice maker of your dreams. You can read more about why we love this deal here.$90 off the Ninja OL501 Foodi 6.5 Qt. 14-in-1WalmartTypically priced at $280, this popular multicooker is discounted by nearly $170 for Black Friday. That's a stellar price on an all-in-one kitchen appliance that can air fry, pressure cook, slow cook, sear, sous vide, and more.Check out our guide to the best multicookers.$200 off the Vitamix 6500WalmartWhile we haven't tested this specific Vitamix blender, the brand is known for its power and reliability; we expect this model to be no different. Usually priced close to $600, it's on sale for $399; a stellar discount if you're looking for a Vitamix blender.Check out our guide to the best blenders. Save 20% on a Dyson Airwrap, plus get free accessoriesDysonWith new barrels to curl and wave in both directions, brushes to control and shape, and the multi-functional Coanda smoothing dryer to dry, smooth, and hide flyaways. Existing Dyson customers can save 20% off using the code e-mailed to them on November 21. Both new and returning customers can claim $125 in free gifts with their purchase.For more information, check out our Dyson Airwrap Black Friday deal guide. Save 30% on the Apple Watch Series 7Antonio Villas-Boas/InsiderThe Apple Watch Series 7 is extremely similar to the new Series 8. It's only missing Crash Detection, body temperature sensing, and a new Low Power Mode that gives the Series 8 up to 36 hours of battery life. With that in mind, you can easily justify the $120 in savings with this deal on the Series 7.See our guide to the best Apple Watch. Save 33% on the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Cordless Stick VacuumWalmartDyson vacuums are the cream of the crop, and this Black Friday deal for the Cyclone V10 is the best we've seen in years. Equipped with a sensor to detect whether you're vacuuming a carpet or hard floor, it's the perfect vac for any room in the house. See our guide to the best vacuums. 57% off Madden 23AmazonJust released in August, Madden 23 is the newest iteration of the ever-popular EA Sports NFL video game franchise. Down to just $30, this deal is an absolute steal — and the perfect holiday gift for the football lover or sports gamer in your life. 50% off Columbia Tipton Peak Insulated JacketColumbiaColumbia jackets are ideal for layering in cold weather, as they are warm, but not too bulky. If you're looking to upgrade for this winter, 50% off this Tipton Peak Insulated Jacket is a fantastic deal for you. See our guide to the best winter coats. 50% off Kiehls Ultimate Shave CollectionNordstromWith $72 worth of product, this gift set of men's shaving products from cult favorite brand Kiehl's is a great deal at $33.60. If you use your Nordstrom card to purchase, you can also earn a $60 Note to be used on a future purchase.40% off the Carina Platform Chelsea BootMadewellA lovely take on the classic Chelsea boot, Madewell's Carina Platform Chelsea features a 2.5-inch heel and white leather uppers. It's a perfect boot that can be worn with everything from dresses to jeans, and it's currently 40% off with the code OHJOY.See our guide to the best ankle boots. 41% off the ASUS Chromebook C203XAAmazonThe Asus C203XA is designed with military-grade durability, a spill-resistant keyboard, and an anti-scratch finish, making it the perfect choice for students and classrooms. Down to only $142, this is the best price it's seen in months.See our guide to the best Chromebooks. Save $90 on the Dewalt Compact Drill/Impact Combo KitAmazonThis 20-Volt MAX Brushless Compact 2-Tool Combo Kit includes 1 cordless Drill/Driver, 1 cordless Impact Driver, two 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Batteries, 1 charger, and a carrying bag. During the Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 35% off.See our guide to the best cordless drills. Save $500 on the Samsung FrameBest BuySamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.See our guides to the best 4k TVs and OLED TVs. 75% off LifeStraw Personal Water FilterAmazonLifeStraws are portable filters that can make even some of the murkiest standing water drinkable. For backpackers and hikers, a LifeStraw can be an invaluable tool in dire situations. Down to only $13, now is a great time to buy one.3 months of Discovery Plus for $3Discovery PlusWhether you're a fan pimple popping, house flipping, explorative cooking, or ghost hunting, Discovery Plus has a series that will keep you hooked. The service's Ad-Lite plan is already very affordable year round, but right now you can join the service for only $1 a month for your first three months. It's an excellent deal we only see during major deal events, like Black Friday.See our review of the best streaming services. 44% off Chewmeter Himalayan Yaky Cheese ChewsChewyMade with potato starch and cheese, among other ingredients, Chewmeter's dog treats are rawhide-free. They were about a dollar less during Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale in October, but have been above $20 for most of the year. 25% off the Magic Bullet BlenderAmazonAt under $30, this 11-piece Magic Bullet set is a great, space-conscious gift for anyone in need of a small, sturdy blender. It comes with three different mugs as well as lids for optimal freshness.See our guide to the best blenders. 50% off JBL Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesJBLQuality over-ear headphones can get pricey, but these wireless ones from JBL offer great sound and up to 40 hours of play when fully charged. RIght now, they're a steep 50% off, costing right under $25. 40% off the Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry OvenTargetNinja is one of our favorite small appliance brands, especially for its air fryers and toaster ovens. This one combines 8 functions into a single, compact appliance: air fry, air roast, air broil, bake, bagel, toast, dehydrate, and keep warm. Right now, it's on sale for the lowest price we've seen, and if you clip the on-page coupon, you can save an additional $20.See our guide to the best air fryers and toaster ovens. 35% off athleisure at Girlfriend CollectiveGirlfriend CollectiveShop the Girlfriend Collective saleGirlfriend Collective is one of our favorite athleisure brands for its cute, sustainably made sets, bras, and leggings. Through December 9, you can get 35% off Girlfriend Collective products sitewide, with additional markdowns on select items. 3 months of HBO Max for $6SOPA Images/ShutterstockHBO Max is packed with hours of content old and new, including hits like "House of the Dragon," "The Batman," and the entire "Harry Potter" collection. It rarely sees discounts for subscribers, but now through November 28, new and returning subscribers can get their first three months of the ad-supported plan for only $6.Lowest price of the year on an Insider subscriptionInsiderInsider is offering its annual subscription at its lowest price of the year as a Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal. You'll get access to in-depth reporting, exclusive stories, pitch decks, salary databases, and more. This deal expires on November 28.Rare $10 discount on Ring Fit AdventureAmazonRing Fit Adventure is a fitness-centric game that challenges you to get off the couch and perform crunches, sit-ups, and more to defeat enemies. It even comes with a special accessory called the Ring-Con to track your movements. This game rarely goes on sale, so this $10 discount from Amazon is a good deal.Save $50 on the internet's favorite frying panOur PlaceThis sleek, matte pan is an incredible gift for minimalists: It's designed to replace eight pieces of cookware, functioning as everything from a pot to a frying pan. Normally $145, you can get it for $95 for Black Friday.See our guide to the best nonstick frying pans. 28% off Otherland candlesOtherlandOtherland is a hot candle brand right now, known for its creative packaging and custom gift sets. For Black Friday, you can get 28% off a 3-pack and 35% off 6-packs and 9-packs.See our guide to the best places for buying candles. $100 off the new Pixel 7GoogleThis is the lowest price for Google's newest smartphone, the Pixel 7. Launched only a month ago, the Pixels are desirable Android phones, thanks to their fast performance, great image quality from the cameras, and stock Android.See our guide to the best smartphones. Shop big deals on luggage from across the internetRachel Askinasi/InsiderTravel is back and it's a great time to stock up on those travel essentials you may have neglected in the past few years of pandemic. Below you'll find deals on our favorite luggage brands. Away: Up to 40% off suitcases and travel accessories. Check out our full round up of Away luggage deals.Baboon to the Moon: Up to 75% off bags and accessories.Bric's: Up to 50% off Bellagio, MyLife, Siena, and X-Bag lines.Delsey: Save 30% to 60%, plus free shipping.July: Save $30 when you spend $300, $100 when you spend $600, and $200 when you spend $1,000. Monos: Up to 40% off sitewide with code EARLYBF2022. Check out our full round up of Monos luggage deals.Nomatic: Up to 30% off luggage and 50% off travel accessories.Paravel: Up to 30% off, including Oprah's favorite foldable backpack.ROAM: Free Market Tote or Travel Pouch Set with the purchase of any piece of luggage, backpack, or duffel.Samsonite: 30% off sitewide and free shipping.Solgaard: Take 15% to 50% off sitewide. Travelpro: More than 70% off select suitcases and bags, plus save $30 when you spend $200 and $60 when you spend $300.Tumi: 40% off select suitcases, backpacks, and bags.50% off the Litter Genie PlusAmazonThe Litter Genie keeps odors from cat litter waste concealed. Deputy Editor Lauren Savoie likes that it holds several weeks' worth of waste so she doesn't have to take the trash out every time she scoops. For Chewy's Black Friday sale, it's marked down to 30% off its usual price, and over at Petco, it's 50% off — an all-time low price.50% off Paramount PlusParamount PlusNow through November 27, new and returning subscribers can get 50% off an annual plan of Paramount Plus, bringing the Essential plan down to only $25 for a full year of content. The service is home to hundreds of hours of series and movies, including titles like "Smile," "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," and "Spongebob Squarepants." This cheaper plan is ad-supported and starts with a free, one-week trial.$60 off the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired PlusThe Home DepotRing's Floodlight Cam Wired Plus combines the standard Spotlight Cam with a set of motion-activated floodlights for better lighting. The camera itself streams and records at 1080p resolution and is also motion-activated, and it includes a siren and two-way talk. The Black Friday sale matches the lowest price we've seen it available for.Shop big sales from nearly every major mattress brandLeesa/InstagramMattresses are an expensive yet important purchase. Fortunately, during Black Friday, you can save hundreds of dollars on top brands, including Casper, Purple, Nectar, and more. Don't know which mattress to buy? Our mattress expert has tested more than 60 mattresses and lists the best in our mattress guide. Also, check out our best Black Friday mattress deals hub.Amerisleep: Get $450 off any mattress and free accessories using the promo code AS450.Avocado: Get 10% off sitewide using the promo code SAVE10.Awara: Get $300 off any mattress and a free cotton sheet set, two latex pillows, and a mattress protector.Bear: Get 35% off sitewide and free accessories.Beautyrest: Save up to $800 on select mattresses.Big Fig Mattress: Get $400 off mattresses using the promo code FRIYAY.Birch: Get $400 off mattresses and two free pillows using the promo code FALLSALE400. Brooklyn Bedding: Get 30% off sitewide using promo code BFRIDAY30.Casper: Save up to $800 on mattresses using the promo code BFCM22-B.Cocoon by Sealy: Get 35% off the Chill mattresses and get a free set of sheets and pillows. DreamCloud: Get 25% off mattresses and $599 worth of accessories, including sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector. Emma: Get up to 50% off sitewide.Ghost Bed: Up to 50% off all mattresses and adjustable base bundles and get two free pillows.Helix: Save $150 when you spend $600 using promo code BFWKND150, save $250 when you spend $1,249 using promo code BFWKND250, save $300 when you spend $1,700 using promo code BFWKND300, save $350 when you spend $2,550 using promo code BFWKND350, save $400 when you spend $2,700 using promo code BFWKND400, and save $450 when you spend $2,950 using promo code BFWKND450. Plus, all purchases include two free pillows. Leesa: Save up to $700 on mattresses with two pillows included.Mattress Firm: Get up to 50% off mattresses during the early Black Friday sale.Nectar: Get 33% off sitewide.Nest Bedding: Up to 50% off select mattresses.Nolah: Save up to $700 on mattresses and get two free pillows during the early access Black Friday sale.   Purple: Get $700 off the Purple Plus Mattress plus adjustable base.Saatva: Get up to $450 off select mattresses during the Election 1-Day Flash Sale.Serta: Save up to $800 on select mattresses and mattress sets.Siena: Save $200 off any mattress.Sleep Number: Up to 40% off select beds.Tempur-Pedic: Get 30% off the Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress when you use the Insider exclusive promo code BI30.Tuft & Needle: Save up to $750 on mattresses.Wayfair: Save on big-name mattress brands like Beautyrest and Sealy. Check out our Wayfair deals roundup.Zinus: Save up to 40% off select mattresses. Editor's note: Zinus is facing a class-action lawsuit claiming that fiberglass in the company's mattresses has led to serious health issues. Check out our full article on the lawsuit for more details.Zoma: Save $150 on all mattresses using promo code WIN150.Save $300 on an LG 24-inch Smart DishwasherHome Depot; InsiderIn addition to various useful cleaning and maintenance features, the LG LDP6810SS Smart Dishwasher provides smartphone monitoring, downloadable wash cycles, and diagnostic alerts. During Black Friday, save more than $300 on it.Save $400 on our favorite mattress and get $600 in free accessoriesDreamcloudOne of our favorite mattresses, the DreamCloud Premier Hybrid Mattress offers an impressive array of features, including excellent support, a firmness that will appeal to most sleepers, and a long trial period and warranty. During the Black Friday sale, you can save $400 and get $599 of accessories included.Save $40 on the Theragun MiniTherabodyTherabody's fourth generation of massage guns introduced the Theragun Mini, a portable device that packs a percussive punch in a much smaller package. It's our favorite entry-level massage gun and it's on sale for $160 during Black Friday which is around the lowest price we've ever seen.Take $70 off the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster OvenCuisinartWhile we haven't tested this specific model, the Cuisinart TOA-70 AirFryer Toaster Oven is similar to our favorite toaster oven. During Black Friday, it's $70 off.Buy one, get one on Masterclass subscriptionsMasterClassMasterClass is one of our favorite online learning platforms and for $180, you can get a second membership free to gift when you buy the first one. It makes for a great last-minute present and a fun way to bond with someone as you watch classes remotely.$50 off DNA kits from AncestryAncestryDNAAncestry DNA makes our favorite DNA kit, and all its DNA kits are discounted for Black Friday. The cheapest one is the standard kit, coming in at $59 (normally $99).20% off our favorite bathrobe from BrooklinenBrooklinenMade from 100% Turkish cotton, this super-soft robe is the ultimate luxury gift. For Black Friday, you can get 20% off all Brooklinen products when you check out.Get a Hulu subscription for $2 a monthHulu; Alyssa Powell/InsiderHulu offers a wide array of series, movies, and originals for subscribers to enjoy, including "Bob's Burgers," "Prey," and "The Handmaid's Tale." The service only ever sees discounts during Black Friday, and this year is no exception: new and returning members can get their first year for only $2 a month when they sign up before November 28.32% off the Kindle PaperwhiteAmazonThe Kindle Paperwhite is our favorite Kindle model so far for its big screen and adjustable warm light. At 32% off, you can snag it for under $100 to gift to the avid reader in your life.Save $80 on adjustable dumbbellsBest BuyThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds, turning one pair of dumbbells into a full-on set. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.Save $70 on TCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TVBest BuyTCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TV delivers an impressive balance between image performance, smart connectivity, screen size, and cost. Down to $430, this discount matches deals we've seen for it in the past.Take 27% off the Nespresso's Vertuo coffee makerWilliams SonomaNespresso's Vertuo machine makes rich, frothy espresso at the touch of a button. This isn't the lowest price we've seen, but it does match last Black Friday's deal and it's still a solid discount.Save 20% on the GoPro Hero 11 BlackThe GoPro Hero 11 Black with its recognizable form-factor. Like the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black before it, there's a front screen for framing a shot — useful if you're vlogging or live-streaming.Les Shu/InsiderGoPro's best camera yet, the Hero 11 Black shoots incredible videos with smooth stabilization better than ever. For Black Friday, you can save $100 (20%) off the regular priceSave 15% on the Monos Metro DuffelMonosThe duffel's roomy interior is designed to keep all your essentials organized, with a sleeve that fits up to a 15" laptop and inner side pockets that allow for easy access to your water bottle or compact umbrella. The built-in trolley sleeve fits securely around the handle of any Monos suitcase for seamless pairing and converts into an extra pocket when not in use. It's discounted to under $180 ahead of Black Friday.Get a year of Peacock Premium for $1/monthPavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesNow through November 28, new subscribers can lock in a year of Peacock Premium for $1/month. That's about 80% off the regular $5 monthly price.Save 33% on the Fitbit Sense 2FitbitThe Fitbit Sense 2 is the brand's answer to the Apple Watch, featuring temperature sensing, a built-in ECG, and advanced sleep tracking. It also offers tracking for a wide variety of activities and is compatible with smartphone notifications and some apps. It's on sale for $200 during Black Friday, which is $100 off its normal price (and an excellent deal for such a full-featured smartwatch).Take 50% off the Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright VacuumAmazonThe Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright Vacuum (AZ2002) is easy to use and has powerful suction that gets the job done on hardwood and carpeting. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen.Save 24% on an HP OMEN laptopHPHP's OMEN laptops are high-performance computers that are great for creative tasks and gaming. This one is loaded with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics. Add in 16GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive, the $1,200 sale price makes it a terrific buy for a high-end machine.Take 60% off a Sealy MattressWayfairUsually priced around $800, you can now save a couple hundred dollars on this 12-inch mattress. We haven't tested this exact mattress, but we think Sealy's other bed in a box is a good budget pick.Save $200 on the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier FanDysonThough we haven't tested the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier Fan yet, we have been impressed with the cooling abilities of other Dyson fans. Right now, it's at an all-time low price for Black Friday 2022.Take 20% off Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation)AppleThe AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is the latest addition to their AirPods Pro series, a line of mid-range earbuds that feature spatial audio and noise canceling. And for just $200, this is the lowest price we've ever seen.Save 33% on a Sony 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TVAmazonSony's 2022 midrange LCD TV is a solid pick for buyers who want a good all-around 4K display. It has local dimming for improved contrast, along with wide color capabilities and support for the Google TV streaming platform. This $1,000 deal price is a new low for the 65-inch model.Save $150 on the Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillHome DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.Save 40% on the internet's favorite coatMaria Del Russo/InsiderDubbed by the internet as the "Amazon coat," this down jacket actually lives up to its hype of blending style with warmth and functionality. It comes in a range of colors from muted neutrals to bright red or yellow and is a perfect, practical gift as the winter season gets colder. The discount you'll receive depends on the color and size you choose, with an average deal of 40% off.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

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Live: 217+ best Black Friday deals to shop right now, from TVs to mattresses to smartphones

We're rounding up the best Black Friday deals from all the best brands and every major retailer including Amazon, Walmart, and Target. We'll be keeping this page fresh with the best Black Friday deals we can find.Nintendo; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderWhen you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.Black Friday is coming to an end, but there's still time to get the best Black Friday deals. Major retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy are offering their steepest discounts of the year, but some won't last beyond today. We've seen low prices on laptops, 4K and smart TV deals, great Amazon Black Friday sales, and savings on Apple products. However, Cyber Monday might have better deals on certain products.Be sure to check back to this page often as our expert team of reporters and editors will be flagging all their favorite deals through Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Top Black Friday deals right nowMeta Quest 2 Black Friday Bundle with 2 free games: $350 (13% off)Samsung 65-inch OLED 4K TV: $1797 (40% off)Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation): $200 (20% off)Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021): $25 (50% off)Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer: $25 (37% off)Hydro Flask 32 oz. Wide Mouth Bottle: $33 (26% off)Hulu x Disney+ bundle: $4.98 per month (55% off)Home Accents Festive Pine Christmas Tree: $50 (29% off)Kindle Paperwhite: $95 (32% off)Dyson v10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum: $399 ($200 off)23% off on the Drybar Single Shot Round Blow Dryer BrushAmazonMany people swear by hair dryer brushes because they reduce drying time, and you can style as you blow. This model is better for shorter hair, while the Drybar Double Shot is great for longer, thicker hair. Drybar products rarely go on sale, but you get its Single Shot now for 23% off during Black Friday.47% off on the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6500AmazonDesigned to keep you from brushing too hard, the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6500 also helps whiten your teeth. The electric toothbrush comes with a travel case, a charging stand, and an extra replacement head. Right now, it's at an all-time low price at $80 off.$152 off the Hoover Dual Power Max Pet Upright Carpet CleanerWalmartIf you have a lot of pets and pet messes, this is a great tool to help you keep a clean home. Hoover's powerful carpet cleaner typically costs over $200, but right now, Walmart has it on sale for $97. 25% off on Splatoon 3 (Nintendo Switch)AmazonSplatoon 3 is a must-have for fans of the Splatoon universe. The latest game in the series lets squid kids and octolings play classic modes like Turf War and Salmon Run, along with a ton of fun new additions. At $45, this is the lowest price drop since its release. $10 off Brightland's The Artist Capsule Flavor Infused Olive Oil SetBrightlandBrightland makes quality olive oil and vinegar with pretty, sun-damage-proof bottles. You can read our full review of Brightland's olive oil, which we think elevates any dish. This particular set was one of Oprah's favorites this year. It's lightly discounted for Black Friday, with the site hosting a "the more you buy, the more you save" sale. $31 off Apple MagSafe Duo Wireless ChargerAmazonApple aficionados with multiple devices will appreciate the MagSafe Duo charger, a travel must-have. Designed to charge two MagSafe devices using a single cable, it's compatible with the latest generations of Apple Watch, iPhone, and AirPods. It's a game-changing accessory that's on sale for just under $100.$1,500 off the LG C1 OLED 83-Inch 4K TVAmazonLG's C1 has a great balance between performance and design, and the 65-inch model is the top pick in our guide to the best 4K TVs. The OLED panel delivers incredible image quality with an infinite contrast ratio. If you're looking for a huge TV to add to your entertainment system, the largest available size is at an excellent all-time low of $3,000.30% off the Baublebar Custom Disc Pisa BraceletBaublebarOne of Baublebar's most iconic pieces, this customizable beaded bracelet is an adult, refined version of the ones we made as kids. Available in black or multi-color letter beads, you can fit up to nine characters to include the giftee's name, initials, or a shared message or joke. It's 30% off for Black Friday with the code BB30. Check out our full review of Baublebar for more on the company.$10 off the Lite-Brite Stranger Things Special EditionAmazonA great Black Friday deal for any "Stranger Things" fan, this classic light art toy comes in a Demogorgon Hunters special edition that's available exclusively at Amazon. Right now, it's marked down to its lowest price ever.30% off Wellness Lamb and Beef Stew Dog FoodAmazonWe recommend Wellness in our guide to the best dog food. At the top of its ingredients list are lamb broth, lamb, beef, and beef liver for protein. While it's not the best price we've seen, you'll save about 30% when you apply a coupon at Amazon.$6 off the Laneige Lip Sleeping MaskLaneigeAccording to our beauty editors, the Laneige Lip Sleep Mask has been one of the most sought-after treatments this year because of its hydrating benefits. At Walmart, certain flavors are discounted to under $14.$49 off the Oniva Picnic Time Portable Reclining Camp ChairKohl'sThe Oniva Camp Chair is padded for living-room-style comfort in the outdoors. It has three different reclining positions for falling asleep under the sun. At 34% off certain colors during Black Friday, it's hard to pass up this feature-packed chair. 27% off the Dyson Purifier Cool Formaldehyde TP09 Purifying FanDysonDyson's TP09 fan both cools and captures and traps pollutants, including formaldehyde, which is often found in building materials. The manufacturer is offering a rare discount of more than $190 during Black Friday.50% off Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (for Xbox)Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy / Square EnixMarvel's Guardians of the Galaxy features your favorite characters in an all-new story. During Black Friday, you can get the game for 50% off. While not the lowest price we've seen, it's still a great buy.$230 off the Vitamix Professional Series 750 BlenderWilliams SonomaThe Vitamix Professional Series 750 has everything you need in a blender, and its proven longevity makes it worth the price. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price we've seen by $60.$12.90 off the Casper Glow LightSuzy Hernandez/InsiderThe Casper Glow Light is a wireless, portable night-light. You control it with intuitive gestures for a beautiful, streamlined experience. It's 10% off during the company's Black Friday event.$15 off the Birthdate Co. CandleBirthdate CoGet 25% off on this candle, which is customized with scents associated with your (or someone else's) birthdate. Beyond offering a unique smell, writing on the container reveals personality traits around that specific birthday.25% off Brooklinen Boerum JoggersBrooklinenThe Boerum Joggers are a comfortable and stylish pair of lounge pants that come in seven different colors. This ultra-soft pair of sweats is on sale for under $60 during Brooklinen's Black Friday sale.$18 off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$25 off JBL Go 3 Portable Waterproof Bluetooth SpeakerAmazonThe JBL Go 3 Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker features a rechargeable batter with a long runtime, a dustproof and waterproof design, and is compact enough to fit in your pocket. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.51% off Rosyclo Cloud SlippersAmazonWhile not the exact same pair, these cloud slippers are nearly identical in design to the ones our executive editor Sally Kaplan owns and loves. Your discount will depend on the size and color you select, but we're seeing an average savings of 51% on these trendy cloud slippers.40% off Fullstar Vegetable Chopper and SpiralizerAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.30% off By Jing BoxFly by JingFly By Jing is one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.$110 off Fitbit SenseFitbitThe Sense smartwatch has a ton of added features, focusing on heart health and stress management, giving you a more holistic look at your well-being. It's on sale for $140 during Black Friday which is an excellent deal considering how feature-rich this smartwatch is.$80 off Bowflex SelectTech 552 dumbbellsNautilusThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.$300 off Toto Washlet C100 Bidet SeatWayfairToto makes premium bathroom fixtures, including its bidets. We haven't tested this model and there are more advanced options, but right now you can save $300 on the C100.19% off Nike Air VaporMax 2021 FKNikeFeaturing a full Air midsole and a Flyknit woven upper, the Vapormax 2021 uses several of Nike's most advanced technologies. Right now, they're 19% off.$50 off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromTaking on the look of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, this is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$7 off Wyze Bulb Color 2-PackBest BuyBright, colorful, and most importantly, affordable, these smart LED bulbs make an excellent addition to any smart home setup. Down to $20, they're now more affordable at only $10 each.$100 off Apple AirPods MaxAppleThe AirPods Max are expensive despite offering great sound quality and noise cancellation. At $449 during Black Friday, this is around the cheapest we've ever seen them (and an excellent deal considering Apple doesn't discount them often).$500 off Samsung 55-Inch The Frame Smart 4K UHD TVSamsungSamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.10% off Blue Diamond 8-Inch Ceramic Open Fry PanTargetBlue Diamond's 8-inch ceramic pan is a budget-friendly nonstick option that's great for eggs and other small dishes. Right now, you can save 10% on its already low price.$20 off Elden RingElden Ring / FromSoftwareThis 2022 Game of the Year nominee from the creators of Dark Souls is a challenging adventure, even for experienced gamers. This is one of the best prices we've seen since it released in February.$50 off the Fitbit LuxeSally KaplanThe Fitbit Luxe is a great option for the fashionistas in your life who don't like the look of a traditional smartwatch. On Black Friday, it's on sale for $80 — the lowest price we've seen. Check out more of the best Fitbit deals we've rounded up from across the web, and our buying guide to the best Fitbits we've tested.Save up to 40% on Monos luggageMonosShop all Monos luggage dealsBest known for its carry-on with a front pocket fit for a laptop, Monos is home to some of the best luggage and travel accessories we've tested. The travel brand has made a name for itself with its suitcases' convenient organization, as demonstrated by its Pro Plus Carry-on with extra storage space.Travelers can save up to a rare 40% on carry-ons, full-sized luggage, and travel accessories with the code EARLYBF2022. Shoppers can also expect to see discounts of up to 50% off on November 25-27 with the code BLACKFRIDAY2022, and up to 30% off on November 28-December 4 with the code CYBERWEEK2022. $150 off Apple 24-inch iMac M1 2021Apple$150 off Apple's 24-inch iMac running on the powerful M1 processor only makes a dent, but it's still the best price we've seen for this model. If you've been looking for a powerful all-in-on computer that will last a long time, the 24-inch iMac with a deal is a great option.20% off Philips Premium Digital Air FryerWilliams SonomaThe Philips Premium Digital Air Fryer heats up within seconds, turning out evenly cooked, crispy food with greater efficiency than an oven and even many other air fryers. At 20% off, this is one of the lowest price we've seen in months.$150 off KitchenAid 5-qt. Artisan Series Fresh Prep Attachment BundleKohl'sOne of the best deals we've seen on KitchenAid stand mixers is this bundle, which combines a 5 quart Artisan mixer with food processing attachments. This matches the sale price we've seen at other retailers, but also includes the Fresh Prep attachment, which usually retails for $60. The deal is available in three colors.30% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.$25 off Sonic FrontiersSegaPlaystation 5Xbox Series X Nintendo SwitchThe latest Sonic the Hedgehog game was released earlier this month and it's already 50% off for Black Friday. The game's "open zone" format is new for the franchise but it's gotten generally favorable reviews since its launch.$20 off Everlane Alpaca CrewEverlaneWith over 2500 reviews and four and a half stars, the alpaca crew is an Everlane staple. It comes in 12 colors and is 20% off on Black Friday.$32 off Lift Top Noblewell Coffee TableAmazonThis vintage wood table opens up and converts to a laptop desk while providing extra storage. Ideal for compact spaces, this table can easily fold back down to be used as a regular coffee table. Its Black Friday deal price is $12 less than the previous all-time low price.$60 off Vitamix E310 BlenderWilliams SonomaThis pared-down Vitamix has 10 variable speeds and a 48-ounce pitcher. This is the lowest price we've seen recently for this model.$100 off Hyperice Hypervolt 2 ProHypericeThe Hypervolt 2 Pro is Hyperice's best massage gun, offering five variable speeds, three hours of battery life, and a number of swappable head attachments. It's on sale for $100 off its normal price during Black Friday which is one of the best deals we've ever seen for it.20% off Seresto Flea and Tick Collar for Large DogsChewyThe Seresto Flea and Tick Collar offer eight months of protection against fleas and ticks in all life stages. It's the only flea collar on the market that we recommend for dogs. For Black Friday 2022, Chewy is offering a rare deal we only see a few times a year.$230 off Nectar Memory Foam Mattress (Queen)NectarThe gel memory foam of the Nectar makes it a versatile mattress that conforms to the contours of your body to relieve pressure. During Black Friday, it's 33% off which is one of the best prices we've seen it at.30% off PlayStation DualSense Wireless ControllerThere are a number of steps you can take at home with your PS5 console to resolve the connectivity error.YELIM LEE/AFP via Getty ImagesThe PS5 controller is one of the best in the industry thanks to its haptic feedback, built-in microphone, and adaptive triggers. The Black Friday discount extends to other colors of the controller, like black, purple, & red.$240 off Roborock S7 Robot VacuumRoborockWhile it had trouble in corners and operates loudly, we were overall impressed with the powerful suction of the S7, and it was one of the best at mopping of the robot vacuums we tested. This is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen on this model.30% off Yeti Rambler 10 oz Wine TumblerAmazonNow 30% off, the Yeti Rambler holds up to 10 ounces of your favorite wine whether you're on a camping trip or on the back patio. The stainless steel interior paired with the double-wall vacuum insulation is what keeps your drink exactly at the temperature you like.29% off Black + Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld VacuumAmazonThe powerful Black+Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld Vacuum (model BDH2020FL) has a narrow, flexible, 4-foot hose that can clean hard-to-reach areas of your car. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen it offered.$35 off Champion Men's Pullover HoodieAmazonJust in time for cooler weather, the Champion Pullover Hoodie features its signature logo, a jersey-lined hood, and is available in 25 different colors. Plus, this fleece sweater is 64% off for Black Friday.$60 off Apple Watch UltraAppleThis isn't a huge deal for the Apple Watch Ultra but it's the best deal we've seen for this model that was only released in September. And a discount is a discount for such a popular and expensive smartwatch.25% off Away Packable CarryallAwayThis travel tote is lightweight and made from water-resistant nylon for durability. It can easily hold all your daily essentials but also packs down into a zippered pouch so you can toss it in your suitcase. Plus, you can save 25% from now through Cyber Monday.40% off Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air FryerJen Gushue/InsiderThe Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air Fryer lets you cook two separate dishes at once, and you can time them to finish simultaneously to take the guesswork out of your dinner routine. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.$30 off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendoThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the definitive adventure game on the Nintendo Switch, sending players on a sprawling journey across a fantasy world with hundreds of secrets to discover. Right now Walmart is selling it for only $30, a rare discount that puts it at the lowest price we've ever seen.25% off Hydro Flask ToteHydro FlaskThe Hydro Flask Tote makes for the perfect travel bag, especially when storing food because its lightweight, insulated, and fully lined. For Black Friday, the tote is 25% off.$50 off Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric ToothbrushAmazonStart and end every day with the Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric Toothbrush, now 40% off for Black Friday. Complete with 5 Smart Modes and technology that stores your brushing patterns, this brush comes with one more plus a travel case.$270 off Samsung 75-inch Class TU690T Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TVBest BuyIf you're in need of a large screen for your living room, this Samsung TV is one of the best budget options you can find. While it may not have Samsung's latest display technology, this smart TV is fully featured with support for Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as Apple's AirPlay.17% off Bose QuietComfort II EarbudsAmazonThe Bose QuietComfort II Earbuds are the second rendition of the wireless earbuds, and they're easily one of the best noise-canceling earbuds on the market. At $50 off, they're currently at the lowest price we've seen. 55% off Razer Kishi for iPhoneAmazonThis controller — which is also available for Android — will turn your phone into a portable gaming device. The direct USB connection offers more responsive control than Bluetooth controllers while still providing a passthrough for charging. The Kishi can also be adjusted to fit phones with different sizes. At more than 50% off, it also offers great value compared to other mobile controllers. $20 off Apple AirTag 4-PackAppleApple's wireless trackers are compatible with the FindMy app on iPhone and iOS devices, and this matches the lowest price we've seen since their release. Just remember, you'll need a keychain holster or something else to keep them attached to your belongings.50% off Headspace subscriptionHeadspaceIf you're looking to exercise some mindfulness, a subscription to Headspace is a perfect place to start, especially at 50% off. The app offers easy-to-navigate guided meditations — from one-off sessions to help with burnout, to full-blown courses on stress and anger — from a variety of teachers, each with different perspectives.30% off Pax 3 Complete KitPaxThe Pax 3 is one of the best cannabis vapes you can buy right now, thanks to its modern, inconspicuous design, exact temperature control, and easy-to-use single button operation. Add in an industry-leading 10-year warranty, and this is a no-brainer for anyone looking for a go-to portable smoking solution. The complete kit is currently $75 off.$50 off the Xbox Series STargetThe Xbox Series S is one of Microsoft's two current generation consoles, along with the Xbox Series X. Both consoles play the exact same games, but there are differences, most notably that the Series S does not include a disc drive so you can only play digitally downloaded titles. It's currently $50 off, an excellent deal for this powerful and popular console.  Up to 50% off at EverlaneEverlaneShop all Everlane Black Friday dealsEverlane makes some of the best basics around, and you can save 40% off select styles for everyone, including cashmere, denim, and other wardrobe essentials we've tested and loved. Additionally, Everlane is partnering with Tree People for its Black Friday Fund and will donate a dollar for every order placed. 20% off Apple MacBook Air M1 (2020)Amazon$200 off the M1 MacBook Air is a superb deal, especially when you consider the M2 MacBook Air starts at $1,200, and isn't usually discounted below $1,000.58% off Puleo International 6.5-Foot Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas TreeAmazonWe recommend the Puleo International Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree for a charming, snow-covered look. The pre-strung 350 incandescent lights give the tree a warm brightness. For Black Friday 2022, get it for an all-time low price.Check out our guide to the best artificial Christmas trees.43% off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$96 off Wüsthof Classic Hollow Edge 2-Piece Chef's Knife SetAmazonWüsthof is one of the top names in knife making. This set features a 6-inch chef's knife and a 3.5-inch paring knife, which should cover you for most tasks. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.52% off DevaCurl SuperCreamAmazonDevaCurl's Supercream provides definition and hydration without weighing down medium and coarse wavy, curly, and coiled hair. You'll typically pay full price, but for Black Friday 2022, it's down to its lowest price ever at 50% off.28% off Tile Mate Bluetooth TrackerAmazonThe Tile Mate is designed to help you find easily misplaced items and attaches to keys, pet collars, and other important items. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen this year.Check out our hands-on comparison of Tile Trackers to Apple AirTags.Get Hulu and Disney Plus for $5 a monthHuluDuring Black Friday, you get Hulu (with ads) and Disney+ (no ads) for just $5 per month for a full year. This deal saves you $11 per month off the regular price of the two services when purchased separately. Learn more about the Disney+ x Hulu bundle Black Friday deal.$200 off iRobot Roomba i3+, our favorite robot vacuumiRobotThe iRobot Roomba i3+ does more than your average robot vacuum. It develops personalized cleaning schedules and empties itself. It also does an outstanding job of cleaning. That's why we made it the top pick in our robot vacuum guide. Usually, it costs more than your average robot vacuum, but during Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've ever seen.$10 off Best Friends by Sheri The Original Calming Donut Dog BedChewyThe Best Friends by Sheri the Original Calming Donut Dog Bed has a rounded shape that cradles a dog and helps them calm down naturally. It's our top pick for the best calming dog bed and rarely goes on sale. Right now, you can get it for its lowest price ever on select colors.Read our guide to the best dog beds.25% off Bissell Little Green Proheat Portable Carpet CleanerWayfairBissell makes some of our favorite carpet cleaners, and the Little Green ProHeat is a fantastic cleaner for removing stains and messes. During Black Friday, save 25% off.Check out our guide to the best carpet cleaners.25% off Paula's Choice Brighten + Glow KitPaula's ChoiceFor a limited time only, you can save 25% off the Paula's Choice Brighten and Glow Kit which includes the Super Boost Moisturizer and Eye Cream plus a limited-edition headband.33% off Razor A Kick ScooterTargetIt doesn't have all of the whistles and bells of an electric scooter, but a Razor A Kick Scooter will still be fun to ride. It's built durably and can collapse to be carried around. During Black Friday, it's 33% off, which is the best deal we've seen since 2020.18% off Kasa Smart Plug Ultra MiniAmazonThese smart plugs are low-profile enough to fit behind most furniture and are easy to use for basic smart home functions. During Black Friday, they're at the best price we've seen in months.55% off Kids Against Maturity Card GameAmazonKids Against Maturity is a tamer variation of the popular (and much raunchier) Cards Against Humanity. This family-friendly card game includes a mix of age-appropriate humor and innuendo for the adults' amusement. Pick it up for game nights at 55% off, the best price we've seen it offered.30% off Amazon Smart ThermostatAmazonThe Amazon Smart Home Thermostat is a simple, inexpensive smart home thermostat to control your home's temperature. It doesn't have a microphone or camera, so Alexa voice commands rely on another voice-enabled Alexa device, like an Echo smart speaker. Certain energy providers will provide benefits for switching to an energy-saving thermostat like this one, so be sure to check with yours. Right now, the thermostat is down to an all-time low price.27% off Cetaphil Daily Hydrating LotionTargetDrugstore skincare brand Cetaphil has a cult following among budget-savvy shoppers. The brand's products are formulated for sensitive skin and are fragrance-free. For Black Friday, the Daily Hydrating Moisturizer is down $4 from its typical price since this summer. Save up to 38% on Cetaphil's other cleaners and moisturizers too.Read our guide to the best skincare brands.37% off Anova Culinary Nano Sous Vide Precision CookerAmazonThe Anova Precision Cooker Nano offers accuracy and ease of use at a price unmatched by other sous vide machines. This model rarely goes to a lower price, so it's a good time to buy.See our guide to the best sous vide machines. 50% off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromWith the style and fit of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, now is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$231 off GE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub DishwasherBest BuyGE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub Dishwasher (GDT550PYRFS) is available in four colors to match your decor, operates quietly, and has impressive drying capabilities. During The Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 25% off.$340 off the S7 MaxV Ultra Robot VacuumAmazonAlthough we haven't yet tested the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot Vacuum, the brand performs consistently well in our tests. This is the most innovative vacuum Roborock has released, mopping and vacuuming simultaneously and featuring a charging base that empties the dustbin. Right now, it's on sale for the first time.40% off T-Fal Simply Cook Prep and Cook Nonstick 17-Piece SetAmazonWe haven't tested this cookware set from T-Fal, but we have tried the brand's hard anodized pan and thought it was a decent budget pick. This 17-piece set is currently $40 off for Black Friday.$70 off Ninja Foodi Power Blender & Processor SystemTargetThe Ninja SS351 Foodi Power Blender also functions as a food processor and comes with a bunch of extras, like a smoothie bowl. While we haven't tested it yet, it is extremely highly rated. The price frequently fluctuates between $180 and $200 for this model. It's not the lowest price we've seen, but you're still saving $70.35% off our favorite do-everything Instant PotJen Gushue/InsiderThe Instant Pot Duo Crisp is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, air fryer, and sous vide machine all in one, making it one of the most useful and economical small appliances we tested. While it's not the lowest we've seen it, it's the best price in months.See our guide to the best Instant Pots and electric pressure cookers.$200 off JBL Boombox 2AmazonWhen you need music for your gathering, the JBL Boombox 2 brings powerful sound and bass to keep the party going. It's one of the best Bluetooth speakers that you can get, and right now it's on sale with an excellent and rare $200 discount.40% off SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water MakerAmazonIf you're a seltzer fan, then you should consider investing in a sparkling water maker. The Terra is SodaStream's newest model that is also cordless. It comes with one CO2 cylinder and a bottle of lime Bubly Drops. For Black Friday, it's an all-time low price.39% off Coway Airmega AP-1512H True HEPA PurifierCowayCoway makes some of the best air purifiers on the market. The AP-1512HH is a reliable compact unit with a 4-stage filtration system that reduces up to 99.6% of air pollution particles. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price since early 2021.$30 off Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-Up LightSuzy Hernandez/Business InsiderThe Philips SmartSleep Connected is our top pick for the best sunrise alarm clock. It will help you fall asleep gently and wake up on time by creating stunning sunset and sunrise simulations. Right now, it's 15% off, an all-time low price that we haven't seen since last year.See our guide to the best sunrise alarm clocks.33% off the New Echo Dot with ClockAmazonThe latest of the Echo Dot lineup, the 5th Gen comes with a handful of new features including better audio and built-in Eero. Right now it's down to only $40, matching the lowest price we've seen for this new speaker.60% off Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesBeatsWhile not the newest headphones in the Beats lineup, the Beats Solo3 are still a solid pair of over-ear cans. They don't offer noise-canceling capabilities, but they're still a versatile pair of headphones that deliver balanced sound and 40 hours of listening time. At $80, they're at an all-time low for Black Friday with the best price we've seen.13% off TeeTurtle Reversible Narwhal PlushieAmazonMore than just a cuddly stuffed animal, TeeTurtle's reversible plushies let you express your mood. Don't feel like talking to anyone, just turn the animal to the frowny face side. For Black Friday, the narwhal stuffie is a modest 13% off.54% off UBeesize Ring Light with TripodAmazonWhether you're aiming to make more professional-looking TikToks or want something portable for your next trip, you can't beat this steep discount on a ring light tripod. The ring lighting helps improve the overall picture quality, but you can remove it if you're shooting landscapes or in a lot of natural light. At 54% off, this tripod comes in at under $20.53% off Coodoo Magnetic Blocks Tough Building Tiles Starter SetAmazonSimilar to ultra popular Magna-Tiles, these magnetic building blocks snap together quickly so you can build creatively. You can grab this starter set of 30 pieces for 48%, plus an extra 5% off when you clip the coupon on the page. For under $20, this set makes a great gift for the kiddo in your life.40% off TikTok's favorite vegetable chopperAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.62% off National Tree Company Pre-Lit Artificial Full Christmas Tree, 6.5 FeetAmazonIf you're still in the market for a Christmas tree, this 6.5 foot pre-lit Dunhill Fir tree is steeply discounted at 62% off for Black Friday; the lowest price we've ever seen for this tree.40% off the Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric ToothbrushAmazonWe love this electric toothbrush as a budget-friendly option that doesn't compromise on performance. It's also the path of least resistance to helping your teen build their own healthy habits. At 40% off for Black Friday, this is the lowest price we've seen all year.30% off sauces from Fly By JingFly by JingFly By Jing makes one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.20% off Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing TreatmentAmazonThough pricey, Olaplex's Hair Perfector is a cult favorite in beauty circles. At 20% off, it makes a thoughtful gift for anyone heard complaining about their split ends in the winter, this immensely popular hair treatment repairs brittle, dry hair and adds much-needed moisture.20% off Sengled Smart Light BulbSengledSengled's smart color-changing light bulb is significantly more affordable than bulbs from big names like Philips. For about $12, this single bulb is more affordable than ever.50% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.35% off iRobot Roomba 694AmazonThis robot vacuum can be automated to work around your home schedule, and also works with virtual assistants like Alexa and Google Home. It's not the most powerful Roomba, but it handles hardwood floors, pet hair, and short carpets without issue. It's on sale for $95 off during Black Friday. 26% off Hydro Flask Wide Mouth BottleMarathon SportsHydro Flask makes some of our favorite water bottles — they're basically indestructible without being bulky or heavy, and keep hot and cold beverages at their original temperature for at least 12 hours. It's a solid, pragmatic gift for anyone who complains about forgetting to hydrate or is on the hunt for a reliable thermos.See our guide to the best water bottles. 37% off Revlon One-Step Hair DryerAmazonThis hair tool combines styling, drying, and volumizing your hair into one simple step. It's comparable to the expensive Dyson Airwrap, but for a fraction of the cost. Down to $25, this is one of the best deals we've seen for it all year.See our guide to the best hair dryers. 50% off Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021)RokuCompared to the Roku Streaming Stick+, the new Streaming Stick 4K provides an improved viewing experience by adding support for Dolby Vision. This advanced high dynamic range (HDR) format can provide better picture quality on TVs that support it. Right now you can get it on sale for only $25, the best price we've seen for it yet.34% off Hisense 50-inch U6 QLED 4K Fire TVAmazonThis 50-inch 4K display has Amazon's Fire TV platform built-in for easy access to tons of popular streaming apps. It also boasts advanced picture quality features like wide color support, up to 600 nits of brightness, and local dimming. At a deal price of $350, this is an excellent option for buyers who want a smaller TV that doesn't sacrifice image performance.60% off Google Nest MiniBest BuyThe Google Nest Mini is a compact and effective smart speaker that's powered by the very useful Google Assistant. Right now, it's one of the best prices we've seen for the device.See our guide to the best smart speakers. Get $50 off and 2 free games when you buy a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB)AmazonAs part of a special Black Friday promotion, you can now snag a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB) with two free games, Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4, for $350. The headset typically comes with Beat Saber for $400, so this deal saves you $50 and adds an extra free game.See our guide to the best VR headsets. 50% off It Takes TwoAmazonThe 2021 game of the year is an entirely cooperative game that lets a friend join-in online, even if they don't own the game. This price matches the lowest we've seen to date.Up to 50% off shoes at Rothy'sRothy'sShop the Rothy's Black Friday saleRothy's, one of our favorite shoe brands, is holding a rare and massive sale on soon-to-be-archived styles. We're seeing discounts as deep as 50% on flats, sneakers, bags, and loafers. We've tested all sorts of Rothy styles, from the brand's flats to its sneakers. Check out some of the sale styles we're eyeing below:  40% off Samsung 65-Inch Class OLED TVAmazonSamsung's first 4K OLED is also one of the very first OLED TVs to feature quantum dots. This technology allows the display to produce a wider range of colors than typical OLEDs. $1,800 is a new low price for this brand-new high-end set.34% off the Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot VacuumWalmartThis Eufy robot vacuum connects to your phone for easy scheduling and will run for over an hour with a single charge. Down to $99, this is a rare drop that beats previous deals we've seen.Check out our robot vacuum buying guide for more on our favorite models. 50% off Melissa & Doug PAW Patrol PAWtroller Activity CenterTargetIf there's a little one in your life who loves Paw Patrol, this activity center will provide hours of fun. You can grab it for 50% off during Target's Black Friday sale.$500 off Hydrow rowing machinesHydrowThe Hydrow Connected Rower is the Peloton of at-home rowing machines, bringing interactive rowing workouts right to your living room. It's on sale for $500 off its normal price during Best Buy's Black Friday sale which is one of the lowest prices we've seen it at.Check out our review of the Hydrow to learn more about what makes this a stellar piece of exercise equipment. Stellar deals on tech brands from across the webApple; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderTech is synonymous with Black Friday, and we're seeing big discounts on TVs, computers, cameras, phones, accessories, gaming gear, and more . In addition to deals from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, most tech companies are offering savings at their online stores. Here are our favorite companies whose products we've tested and trust.Adobe: Creative Cloud All Apps is 27% off for all users for the first year, 71% off for students and teachers for the first year; 40% off Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements.Anker: 20% to 25% off power banks and charging stations.Apple: Gift cards of varying amounts on qualifying purchases.Belkin: 25% off sitewide with code BF22.Bellroy: Up to 33% off phone cases, bags, wallets, and accessories.Case-Mate: Up to 60% off sitewide with code BFCM22, include LuMee, Pelican, and Fuel.CD Keys: Up to 96% off games for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.Courant: 20% off sitewide on chargers and accessories.Dell: Up to 60% on laptops, desktops, and monitors.DJI: Up to 30% off select drones and cameras. Epson: Up to 46% off select printers, projectors, and business machines.Goal Zero: Up to 20% off select power stations, portable batteries, solar panels, lights, and more.Google: $50-$150 off Google Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 smartphones.GoPro: 15% off sitewide on cameras, accessories, and more.Griffin: 50% off sitewide on cables, chargers, batteries, and more.HP: Up to 70% on laptops, desktops, monitors, printers, and more.Incase: 50% off sitewide on bags, laptop sleeves, cases, and more.Incipio: 50% off sitewide on phone cases and accessories.Insta360: Save up to $75 on cameras.LastPass: 25% off until 11/29.Logitech: $30 off orders over $150 and $50 off orders over $250 with code BF22USD.Microsoft: Up to $600 off Surface Pro tablet laptops.Moment: Up to 60% off select phone cases, lenses, cameras, and other photography accessories.Motorola: Save up to $1,000 on select phones.Nikon: Save up to $1,000 on DSLR and mirrorless cameras, lenses, and binoculars.Nintendo: Save up to $20 or 33% on select games.Otterbox: Free shipping on orders over $50.Peak Design: Up to 30% off camera bags and accessories.Philo: New subscribers save 80% off their first month until 11/30 with code THANKS.Samsung: Up to $350 off Samsung Galaxy Z foldable smartphones.Satechi: 25% off sitewide with code BFCM25 or 30% off $150 or more with code BFCM30.Sony: Save up to $1,500 on TVs, cameras, headphones, and other consumer electronics.Speck: 40% off sitewide until 11/27; 50% off sitewide 11/27-11/28.Steam: 20%-90% off select games until 11/29.ZAGG: 40% off sitewide on ZAGG, Mophie, InvisibleShield, and Gear4 computing and mobile hardware and accessories.29% off the De'Longhi La Specialista Arte Espresso MachineAmazonDe'Longhi is one of the best brands for home espresso makers. The Specialista Arte is one of our recommended mid-range makers and has the unique feature of a built-in tamper. This is the best price we've seen in six months on this machine.Read more about the best espresso machines we've tested here.12% off the MacBook Pro 13-inch M2AppleThe 13-inch MacBook Pro is more capable than ever. Supercharged by the next-generation M2 chip, it's Apple's most portable pro laptop, with up to 20 hours of battery life and 12% off retail. It's a surprisingly good deal when you consider this new MacBook was just released in 2022.25% off the GE Profile Opal Nugget Ice MakerWalmartOne of the few nugget ice makers on the market, the GE Profile does one task perfectly: making chewable nugget ice. It's a bulky and pricy appliance, but the unique production is worth it if you're a nugget ice loyalist. For Black Friday, it's $130 off the usual price, so it's a great time to buy the ice maker of your dreams. You can read more about why we love this deal here.$90 off the Ninja OL501 Foodi 6.5 Qt. 14-in-1WalmartTypically priced at $280, this popular multicooker is discounted by nearly $170 for Black Friday. That's a stellar price on an all-in-one kitchen appliance that can air fry, pressure cook, slow cook, sear, sous vide, and more.Check out our guide to the best multicookers.$200 off the Vitamix 6500WalmartWhile we haven't tested this specific Vitamix blender, the brand is known for its power and reliability; we expect this model to be no different. Usually priced close to $600, it's on sale for $399; a stellar discount if you're looking for a Vitamix blender.Check out our guide to the best blenders. Save 20% on a Dyson Airwrap, plus get free accessoriesDysonWith new barrels to curl and wave in both directions, brushes to control and shape, and the multi-functional Coanda smoothing dryer to dry, smooth, and hide flyaways. Existing Dyson customers can save 20% off using the code e-mailed to them on November 21. Both new and returning customers can claim $125 in free gifts with their purchase.For more information, check out our Dyson Airwrap Black Friday deal guide. Save 30% on the Apple Watch Series 7Antonio Villas-Boas/InsiderThe Apple Watch Series 7 is extremely similar to the new Series 8. It's only missing Crash Detection, body temperature sensing, and a new Low Power Mode that gives the Series 8 up to 36 hours of battery life. With that in mind, you can easily justify the $120 in savings with this deal on the Series 7.See our guide to the best Apple Watch. Save 33% on the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Cordless Stick VacuumWalmartDyson vacuums are the cream of the crop, and this Black Friday deal for the Cyclone V10 is the best we've seen in years. Equipped with a sensor to detect whether you're vacuuming a carpet or hard floor, it's the perfect vac for any room in the house. See our guide to the best vacuums. 57% off Madden 23AmazonJust released in August, Madden 23 is the newest iteration of the ever-popular EA Sports NFL video game franchise. Down to just $30, this deal is an absolute steal — and the perfect holiday gift for the football lover or sports gamer in your life. 50% off Columbia Tipton Peak Insulated JacketColumbiaColumbia jackets are ideal for layering in cold weather, as they are warm, but not too bulky. If you're looking to upgrade for this winter, 50% off this Tipton Peak Insulated Jacket is a fantastic deal for you. See our guide to the best winter coats. 50% off Kiehls Ultimate Shave CollectionNordstromWith $72 worth of product, this gift set of men's shaving products from cult favorite brand Kiehl's is a great deal at $33.60. If you use your Nordstrom card to purchase, you can also earn a $60 Note to be used on a future purchase.40% off the Carina Platform Chelsea BootMadewellA lovely take on the classic Chelsea boot, Madewell's Carina Platform Chelsea features a 2.5-inch heel and white leather uppers. It's a perfect boot that can be worn with everything from dresses to jeans, and it's currently 40% off with the code OHJOY.See our guide to the best ankle boots. 41% off the ASUS Chromebook C203XAAmazonThe Asus C203XA is designed with military-grade durability, a spill-resistant keyboard, and an anti-scratch finish, making it the perfect choice for students and classrooms. Down to only $142, this is the best price it's seen in months.See our guide to the best Chromebooks. Save $90 on the Dewalt Compact Drill/Impact Combo KitAmazonThis 20-Volt MAX Brushless Compact 2-Tool Combo Kit includes 1 cordless Drill/Driver, 1 cordless Impact Driver, two 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Batteries, 1 charger, and a carrying bag. During the Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 35% off.See our guide to the best cordless drills. Save $500 on the Samsung FrameBest BuySamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.See our guides to the best 4k TVs and OLED TVs. 75% off LifeStraw Personal Water FilterAmazonLifeStraws are portable filters that can make even some of the murkiest standing water drinkable. For backpackers and hikers, a LifeStraw can be an invaluable tool in dire situations. Down to only $13, now is a great time to buy one.3 months of Discovery Plus for $3Discovery PlusWhether you're a fan pimple popping, house flipping, explorative cooking, or ghost hunting, Discovery Plus has a series that will keep you hooked. The service's Ad-Lite plan is already very affordable year round, but right now you can join the service for only $1 a month for your first three months. It's an excellent deal we only see during major deal events, like Black Friday.See our review of the best streaming services. 44% off Chewmeter Himalayan Yaky Cheese ChewsChewyMade with potato starch and cheese, among other ingredients, Chewmeter's dog treats are rawhide-free. They were about a dollar less during Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale in October, but have been above $20 for most of the year. 25% off the Magic Bullet BlenderAmazonAt under $30, this 11-piece Magic Bullet set is a great, space-conscious gift for anyone in need of a small, sturdy blender. It comes with three different mugs as well as lids for optimal freshness.See our guide to the best blenders. 50% off JBL Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesJBLQuality over-ear headphones can get pricey, but these wireless ones from JBL offer great sound and up to 40 hours of play when fully charged. RIght now, they're a steep 50% off, costing right under $25. 40% off the Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry OvenTargetNinja is one of our favorite small appliance brands, especially for its air fryers and toaster ovens. This one combines 8 functions into a single, compact appliance: air fry, air roast, air broil, bake, bagel, toast, dehydrate, and keep warm. Right now, it's on sale for the lowest price we've seen, and if you clip the on-page coupon, you can save an additional $20.See our guide to the best air fryers and toaster ovens. 35% off athleisure at Girlfriend CollectiveGirlfriend CollectiveShop the Girlfriend Collective saleGirlfriend Collective is one of our favorite athleisure brands for its cute, sustainably made sets, bras, and leggings. Through December 9, you can get 35% off Girlfriend Collective products sitewide, with additional markdowns on select items. 3 months of HBO Max for $6SOPA Images/ShutterstockHBO Max is packed with hours of content old and new, including hits like "House of the Dragon," "The Batman," and the entire "Harry Potter" collection. It rarely sees discounts for subscribers, but now through November 28, new and returning subscribers can get their first three months of the ad-supported plan for only $6.Lowest price of the year on an Insider subscriptionInsiderInsider is offering its annual subscription at its lowest price of the year as a Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal. You'll get access to in-depth reporting, exclusive stories, pitch decks, salary databases, and more. This deal expires on November 28.Rare $10 discount on Ring Fit AdventureAmazonRing Fit Adventure is a fitness-centric game that challenges you to get off the couch and perform crunches, sit-ups, and more to defeat enemies. It even comes with a special accessory called the Ring-Con to track your movements. This game rarely goes on sale, so this $10 discount from Amazon is a good deal.Save $50 on the internet's favorite frying panOur PlaceThis sleek, matte pan is an incredible gift for minimalists: It's designed to replace eight pieces of cookware, functioning as everything from a pot to a frying pan. Normally $145, you can get it for $95 for Black Friday.See our guide to the best nonstick frying pans. 28% off Otherland candlesOtherlandOtherland is a hot candle brand right now, known for its creative packaging and custom gift sets. For Black Friday, you can get 28% off a 3-pack and 35% off 6-packs and 9-packs.See our guide to the best places for buying candles. $100 off the new Pixel 7GoogleThis is the lowest price for Google's newest smartphone, the Pixel 7. Launched only a month ago, the Pixels are desirable Android phones, thanks to their fast performance, great image quality from the cameras, and stock Android.See our guide to the best smartphones. Shop big deals on luggage from across the internetRachel Askinasi/InsiderTravel is back and it's a great time to stock up on those travel essentials you may have neglected in the past few years of pandemic. Below you'll find deals on our favorite luggage brands. Away: Up to 40% off suitcases and travel accessories. Check out our full round up of Away luggage deals.Baboon to the Moon: Up to 75% off bags and accessories.Bric's: Up to 50% off Bellagio, MyLife, Siena, and X-Bag lines.Delsey: Save 30% to 60%, plus free shipping.July: Save $30 when you spend $300, $100 when you spend $600, and $200 when you spend $1,000. Monos: Up to 40% off sitewide with code EARLYBF2022. Check out our full round up of Monos luggage deals.Nomatic: Up to 30% off luggage and 50% off travel accessories.Paravel: Up to 30% off, including Oprah's favorite foldable backpack.ROAM: Free Market Tote or Travel Pouch Set with the purchase of any piece of luggage, backpack, or duffel.Samsonite: 30% off sitewide and free shipping.Solgaard: Take 15% to 50% off sitewide. Travelpro: More than 70% off select suitcases and bags, plus save $30 when you spend $200 and $60 when you spend $300.Tumi: 40% off select suitcases, backpacks, and bags.50% off the Litter Genie PlusAmazonThe Litter Genie keeps odors from cat litter waste concealed. Deputy Editor Lauren Savoie likes that it holds several weeks' worth of waste so she doesn't have to take the trash out every time she scoops. For Chewy's Black Friday sale, it's marked down to 30% off its usual price, and over at Petco, it's 50% off — an all-time low price.50% off Paramount PlusParamount PlusNow through November 27, new and returning subscribers can get 50% off an annual plan of Paramount Plus, bringing the Essential plan down to only $25 for a full year of content. The service is home to hundreds of hours of series and movies, including titles like "Smile," "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," and "Spongebob Squarepants." This cheaper plan is ad-supported and starts with a free, one-week trial.$60 off the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired PlusThe Home DepotRing's Floodlight Cam Wired Plus combines the standard Spotlight Cam with a set of motion-activated floodlights for better lighting. The camera itself streams and records at 1080p resolution and is also motion-activated, and it includes a siren and two-way talk. The Black Friday sale matches the lowest price we've seen it available for.Shop big sales from nearly every major mattress brandLeesa/InstagramMattresses are an expensive yet important purchase. Fortunately, during Black Friday, you can save hundreds of dollars on top brands, including Casper, Purple, Nectar, and more. Don't know which mattress to buy? Our mattress expert has tested more than 60 mattresses and lists the best in our mattress guide. Also, check out our best Black Friday mattress deals hub.Amerisleep: Get $450 off any mattress and free accessories using the promo code AS450.Avocado: Get 10% off sitewide using the promo code SAVE10.Awara: Get $300 off any mattress and a free cotton sheet set, two latex pillows, and a mattress protector.Bear: Get 35% off sitewide and free accessories.Beautyrest: Save up to $800 on select mattresses.Big Fig Mattress: Get $400 off mattresses using the promo code FRIYAY.Birch: Get $400 off mattresses and two free pillows using the promo code FALLSALE400. Brooklyn Bedding: Get 30% off sitewide using promo code BFRIDAY30.Casper: Save up to $800 on mattresses using the promo code BFCM22-B.Cocoon by Sealy: Get 35% off the Chill mattresses and get a free set of sheets and pillows. DreamCloud: Get 25% off mattresses and $599 worth of accessories, including sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector. Emma: Get up to 50% off sitewide.Ghost Bed: Up to 50% off all mattresses and adjustable base bundles and get two free pillows.Helix: Save $150 when you spend $600 using promo code BFWKND150, save $250 when you spend $1,249 using promo code BFWKND250, save $300 when you spend $1,700 using promo code BFWKND300, save $350 when you spend $2,550 using promo code BFWKND350, save $400 when you spend $2,700 using promo code BFWKND400, and save $450 when you spend $2,950 using promo code BFWKND450. Plus, all purchases include two free pillows. Leesa: Save up to $700 on mattresses with two pillows included.Mattress Firm: Get up to 50% off mattresses during the early Black Friday sale.Nectar: Get 33% off sitewide.Nest Bedding: Up to 50% off select mattresses.Nolah: Save up to $700 on mattresses and get two free pillows during the early access Black Friday sale.   Purple: Get $700 off the Purple Plus Mattress plus adjustable base.Saatva: Get up to $450 off select mattresses during the Election 1-Day Flash Sale.Serta: Save up to $800 on select mattresses and mattress sets.Siena: Save $200 off any mattress.Sleep Number: Up to 40% off select beds.Tempur-Pedic: Get 30% off the Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress when you use the Insider exclusive promo code BI30.Tuft & Needle: Save up to $750 on mattresses.Wayfair: Save on big-name mattress brands like Beautyrest and Sealy. Check out our Wayfair deals roundup.Zinus: Save up to 40% off select mattresses. Editor's note: Zinus is facing a class-action lawsuit claiming that fiberglass in the company's mattresses has led to serious health issues. Check out our full article on the lawsuit for more details.Zoma: Save $150 on all mattresses using promo code WIN150.Save $300 on an LG 24-inch Smart DishwasherHome Depot; InsiderIn addition to various useful cleaning and maintenance features, the LG LDP6810SS Smart Dishwasher provides smartphone monitoring, downloadable wash cycles, and diagnostic alerts. During Black Friday, save more than $300 on it.Save $400 on our favorite mattress and get $600 in free accessoriesDreamcloudOne of our favorite mattresses, the DreamCloud Premier Hybrid Mattress offers an impressive array of features, including excellent support, a firmness that will appeal to most sleepers, and a long trial period and warranty. During the Black Friday sale, you can save $400 and get $599 of accessories included.Save $40 on the Theragun MiniTherabodyTherabody's fourth generation of massage guns introduced the Theragun Mini, a portable device that packs a percussive punch in a much smaller package. It's our favorite entry-level massage gun and it's on sale for $160 during Black Friday which is around the lowest price we've ever seen.Take $70 off the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster OvenCuisinartWhile we haven't tested this specific model, the Cuisinart TOA-70 AirFryer Toaster Oven is similar to our favorite toaster oven. During Black Friday, it's $70 off.Buy one, get one on Masterclass subscriptionsMasterClassMasterClass is one of our favorite online learning platforms and for $180, you can get a second membership free to gift when you buy the first one. It makes for a great last-minute present and a fun way to bond with someone as you watch classes remotely.$50 off DNA kits from AncestryAncestryDNAAncestry DNA makes our favorite DNA kit, and all its DNA kits are discounted for Black Friday. The cheapest one is the standard kit, coming in at $59 (normally $99).20% off our favorite bathrobe from BrooklinenBrooklinenMade from 100% Turkish cotton, this super-soft robe is the ultimate luxury gift. For Black Friday, you can get 20% off all Brooklinen products when you check out.Get a Hulu subscription for $2 a monthHulu; Alyssa Powell/InsiderHulu offers a wide array of series, movies, and originals for subscribers to enjoy, including "Bob's Burgers," "Prey," and "The Handmaid's Tale." The service only ever sees discounts during Black Friday, and this year is no exception: new and returning members can get their first year for only $2 a month when they sign up before November 28.32% off the Kindle PaperwhiteAmazonThe Kindle Paperwhite is our favorite Kindle model so far for its big screen and adjustable warm light. At 32% off, you can snag it for under $100 to gift to the avid reader in your life.Save $80 on adjustable dumbbellsBest BuyThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds, turning one pair of dumbbells into a full-on set. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.Save $70 on TCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TVBest BuyTCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TV delivers an impressive balance between image performance, smart connectivity, screen size, and cost. Down to $430, this discount matches deals we've seen for it in the past.Take 27% off the Nespresso's Vertuo coffee makerWilliams SonomaNespresso's Vertuo machine makes rich, frothy espresso at the touch of a button. This isn't the lowest price we've seen, but it does match last Black Friday's deal and it's still a solid discount.Save 20% on the GoPro Hero 11 BlackThe GoPro Hero 11 Black with its recognizable form-factor. Like the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black before it, there's a front screen for framing a shot — useful if you're vlogging or live-streaming.Les Shu/InsiderGoPro's best camera yet, the Hero 11 Black shoots incredible videos with smooth stabilization better than ever. For Black Friday, you can save $100 (20%) off the regular priceSave 15% on the Monos Metro DuffelMonosThe duffel's roomy interior is designed to keep all your essentials organized, with a sleeve that fits up to a 15" laptop and inner side pockets that allow for easy access to your water bottle or compact umbrella. The built-in trolley sleeve fits securely around the handle of any Monos suitcase for seamless pairing and converts into an extra pocket when not in use. It's discounted to under $180 ahead of Black Friday.Get a year of Peacock Premium for $1/monthPavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesNow through November 28, new subscribers can lock in a year of Peacock Premium for $1/month. That's about 80% off the regular $5 monthly price.Save 33% on the Fitbit Sense 2FitbitThe Fitbit Sense 2 is the brand's answer to the Apple Watch, featuring temperature sensing, a built-in ECG, and advanced sleep tracking. It also offers tracking for a wide variety of activities and is compatible with smartphone notifications and some apps. It's on sale for $200 during Black Friday, which is $100 off its normal price (and an excellent deal for such a full-featured smartwatch).Take 50% off the Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright VacuumAmazonThe Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright Vacuum (AZ2002) is easy to use and has powerful suction that gets the job done on hardwood and carpeting. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen.Save 24% on an HP OMEN laptopHPHP's OMEN laptops are high-performance computers that are great for creative tasks and gaming. This one is loaded with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics. Add in 16GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive, the $1,200 sale price makes it a terrific buy for a high-end machine.Take 60% off a Sealy MattressWayfairUsually priced around $800, you can now save a couple hundred dollars on this 12-inch mattress. We haven't tested this exact mattress, but we think Sealy's other bed in a box is a good budget pick.Save $200 on the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier FanDysonThough we haven't tested the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier Fan yet, we have been impressed with the cooling abilities of other Dyson fans. Right now, it's at an all-time low price for Black Friday 2022.Take 20% off Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation)AppleThe AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is the latest addition to their AirPods Pro series, a line of mid-range earbuds that feature spatial audio and noise canceling. And for just $200, this is the lowest price we've ever seen.Save 33% on a Sony 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TVAmazonSony's 2022 midrange LCD TV is a solid pick for buyers who want a good all-around 4K display. It has local dimming for improved contrast, along with wide color capabilities and support for the Google TV streaming platform. This $1,000 deal price is a new low for the 65-inch model.Save $150 on the Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillHome DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.Save 40% on the internet's favorite coatMaria Del Russo/InsiderDubbed by the internet as the "Amazon coat," this down jacket actually lives up to its hype of blending style with warmth and functionality. It comes in a range of colors from muted neutrals to bright red or yellow and is a perfect, practical gift as the winter season gets colder. The discount you'll receive depends on the color and size you choose, with an average deal of 40% off.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderNov 25th, 2022

Hopes Rise For Cannabis Banking Relief During Lame Duck Session

Hopes Rise For Cannabis Banking Relief During Lame Duck Session Federal legislators seeking to free state-legal cannabis businesses to use the country's banking system have high hopes of finally pushing legislation across the finish line during the upcoming lame duck session.  After November's latest batch of state referendums, recreational marijuana is now legal in 21 states -- but remains illegal under federal law. As a result, current federal rules force even legal marijuana businesses to use cash instead of normal banking services.  That makes them prime targets for criminals, exposing owners, employees and customers to violent crimes and necessitating expensive security measures.  Ben Koltun, director of research at Beacon Policy Advisors, told MarketWatch that the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act has about a 70% chance of passing by year end: “There’s a lot of positive momentum. It’s just can they come to agreement over some of the details that are outstanding?”   Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has struck his own optimistic tone last week: “I’m still holding productive talks with Democratic and Republican colleagues in the House and the Senate on moving additional bipartisan cannabis legislation in the lame duck. We are going to try very, very hard to get it done.” The SAFE Act would bar federal regulators from punishing banks for serving legitimate cannabis related businesses. It also stipulates that proceeds from a transaction involving activities of a legitimate cannabis-related business are not considered proceeds from unlawful activity -- thus removing legit cannabis revenue from the scope of anti-money-laundering laws.  The SAFE Act has 180 cosponsors, including 26 Republicans. Despite the measure of bipartisan support, the looming Republican takeover of the House of Representatives is sparking urgency among the SAFE Act's backers.  A commercial cannabis cultivation facility (via Organigram Inc.) The House of Representatives has passed some form of the SAFE Act seven times, only for it to repeatedly die in the Senate. This key to finally enacting it is twofold, says Politico:  They must find a pairing of financial services and criminal justice reform-centered cannabis legislation that progressive Democrats and conservative Republicans can all accept. And then they must receive signoff from the leaders of the Senate Banking Committee, House Financial Services Committee, and the four corners of party leadership in both chambers. Demands for accompanying criminal justice measures have included grants for state expungement programs, various forms of help for communities damaged by marijuana prohibition.   “The parameters of a deal are pretty easy to imagine, but I am getting the sense that Republicans feel like Democrats are asking for too much in terms of concessions," Tobin Marcus, senior U.S. policy and politics strategist at Evercore ISI, told MarketWatch.  Liberals have been making the perfect (in their eyes) the enemy of the good. Even the Drug Policy Alliance, which has backed cannabis reform, has opposed the SAFE Act, on the head-scratching premise that it "prioritizes marijuana profits over people."  As Jacob Sullom wrote at Reason:  The bizarre implication was that marijuana merchants, who face an ongoing danger aggravated by the failure to approve banking reform, do not qualify as "people." Michael Arthur, the 44-year-old Portland budtender killed in the 2020 robbery that Willamette Week mentioned, was a person. So was Jordan Brown, the 29-year-old employee who was killed last March during an armed robbery at World of Weed, a dispensary in Tacoma, Washington. If liberals keep their demands within the bounds of reason and the SAFE Act passes, it would still leave state-legal cannabis businesses with plenty of financial headaches courtesy of the federal government. For example, they can't even claim business deductions on federal income tax returns, to say nothing of the fact that their every transaction is a federal drug felony. Of course, the federal government has no constitutional basis for criminalizing marijuana or any other intoxicant...but here's hoping this particular chunk of the destructive prohibition regime get peeled back before New Year's Day.  Tyler Durden Fri, 11/25/2022 - 16:30.....»»

Category: blogSource: zerohedgeNov 25th, 2022

Live: 217+ best Black Friday deals to shop right now, from Christmas trees to robot vacuums

We're rounding up the best Black Friday deals from all the best brands and every major retailer including Amazon, Walmart, and Target. We'll be keeping this page fresh with the best Black Friday deals we can find.Nintendo; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderWhen you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.With Black Friday finally here, the best Black Friday deals are finally rolling in. The internet is flush with sales, and major retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy are offering their steepest discounts of the year. We're updating this page throughout the day with the best Black Friday discounts we can find. So far, we're seeing low prices on laptops, 4K and smart TV deals, Amazon Black Friday sales, and savings on Apple products.Be sure to check back to this page often as our expert team of reporters and editors will be flagging all their favorite deals through Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Top Black Friday deals right nowMeta Quest 2 Black Friday Bundle with 2 free games: $350 (13% off)Samsung 65-inch OLED 4K TV: $1797 (40% off)Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation): $200 (20% off)Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021): $25 (50% off)Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer: $25 (37% off)Hydro Flask 32 oz. Wide Mouth Bottle: $33 (26% off)Hulu x Disney+ bundle: $4.98 per month (55% off)Home Accents Festive Pine Christmas Tree: $50 (29% off)Kindle Paperwhite: $95 (32% off)Dyson v10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum: $399 ($200 off)19% off Nike Air VaporMax 2021 FKNikeFeaturing a full Air midsole and a Flyknit woven upper, the Vapormax 2021 uses several of Nike's most advanced technologies. Right now, they're 19% off.$50 off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromTaking on the look of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, this is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$7 off Wyze Bulb Color 2-PackBest BuyBright, colorful, and most importantly, affordable, these smart LED bulbs make an excellent addition to any smart home setup. Down to $20, they're now more affordable at only $10 each.$100 off Apple AirPods MaxAppleThe AirPods Max are expensive despite offering great sound quality and noise cancellation. At $449 during Black Friday, this is around the cheapest we've ever seen them (and an excellent deal considering Apple doesn't discount them often).$500 off Samsung 55-Inch The Frame Smart 4K UHD TVSamsungSamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.10% off Blue Diamond 8-Inch Ceramic Open Fry PanTargetBlue Diamond's 8-inch ceramic pan is a budget-friendly nonstick option that's great for eggs and other small dishes. Right now, you can save 10% on its already low price.$20 off Elden RingElden Ring / FromSoftwareThis 2022 Game of the Year nominee from the creators of Dark Souls is a challenging adventure, even for experienced gamers. This is one of the best prices we've seen since it released in February.$50 off the Fitbit LuxeSally KaplanThe Fitbit Luxe is a great option for the fashionistas in your life who don't like the look of a traditional smartwatch. On Black Friday, it's on sale for $80 — the lowest price we've seen. Check out more of the best Fitbit deals we've rounded up from across the web, and our buying guide to the best Fitbits we've tested.Save up to 40% on Monos luggageMonosShop all Monos luggage dealsBest known for its carry-on with a front pocket fit for a laptop, Monos is home to some of the best luggage and travel accessories we've tested. The travel brand has made a name for itself with its suitcases' convenient organization, as demonstrated by its Pro Plus Carry-on with extra storage space.Travelers can save up to a rare 40% on carry-ons, full-sized luggage, and travel accessories with the code EARLYBF2022. Shoppers can also expect to see discounts of up to 50% off on November 25-27 with the code BLACKFRIDAY2022, and up to 30% off on November 28-December 4 with the code CYBERWEEK2022. $150 off Apple 24-inch iMac M1 2021Apple$150 off Apple's 24-inch iMac running on the powerful M1 processor only makes a dent, but it's still the best price we've seen for this model. If you've been looking for a powerful all-in-on computer that will last a long time, the 24-inch iMac with a deal is a great option.20% off Philips Premium Digital Air FryerWilliams SonomaThe Philips Premium Digital Air Fryer heats up within seconds, turning out evenly cooked, crispy food with greater efficiency than an oven and even many other air fryers. At 20% off, this is one of the lowest price we've seen in months.$150 off KitchenAid 5-qt. Artisan Series Fresh Prep Attachment BundleKohl'sOne of the best deals we've seen on KitchenAid stand mixers is this bundle, which combines a 5 quart Artisan mixer with food processing attachments. This matches the sale price we've seen at other retailers, but also includes the Fresh Prep attachment, which usually retails for $60. The deal is available in three colors.30% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.$25 off Sonic FrontiersSegaPlaystation 5Xbox Series X Nintendo SwitchThe latest Sonic the Hedgehog game was released earlier this month and it's already 50% off for Black Friday. The game's "open zone" format is new for the franchise but it's gotten generally favorable reviews since its launch.$20 off Everlane Alpaca CrewEverlaneWith over 2500 reviews and four and a half stars, the alpaca crew is an Everlane staple. It comes in 12 colors and is 20% off on Black Friday.$32 off Lift Top Noblewell Coffee TableAmazonThis vintage wood table opens up and converts to a laptop desk while providing extra storage. Ideal for compact spaces, this table can easily fold back down to be used as a regular coffee table. Its Black Friday deal price is $12 less than the previous all-time low price.$60 off Vitamix E310 BlenderWilliams SonomaThis pared-down Vitamix has 10 variable speeds and a 48-ounce pitcher. This is the lowest price we've seen recently for this model.$100 off Hyperice Hypervolt 2 ProHypericeThe Hypervolt 2 Pro is Hyperice's best massage gun, offering five variable speeds, three hours of battery life, and a number of swappable head attachments. It's on sale for $100 off its normal price during Black Friday which is one of the best deals we've ever seen for it.20% off Seresto Flea and Tick Collar for Large DogsChewyThe Seresto Flea and Tick Collar offer eight months of protection against fleas and ticks in all life stages. It's the only flea collar on the market that we recommend for dogs. For Black Friday 2022, Chewy is offering a rare deal we only see a few times a year.$230 off Nectar Memory Foam Mattress (Queen)NectarThe gel memory foam of the Nectar makes it a versatile mattress that conforms to the contours of your body to relieve pressure. During Black Friday, it's 33% off which is one of the best prices we've seen it at.30% off PlayStation DualSense Wireless ControllerThere are a number of steps you can take at home with your PS5 console to resolve the connectivity error.YELIM LEE/AFP via Getty ImagesThe PS5 controller is one of the best in the industry thanks to its haptic feedback, built-in microphone, and adaptive triggers. The Black Friday discount extends to other colors of the controller, like black, purple, & red.$240 off Roborock S7 Robot VacuumRoborockWhile it had trouble in corners and operates loudly, we were overall impressed with the powerful suction of the S7, and it was one of the best at mopping of the robot vacuums we tested. This is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen on this model.30% off Yeti Rambler 10 oz Wine TumblerAmazonNow 30% off, the Yeti Rambler holds up to 10 ounces of your favorite wine whether you're on a camping trip or on the back patio. The stainless steel interior paired with the double-wall vacuum insulation is what keeps your drink exactly at the temperature you like.29% off Black + Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld VacuumAmazonThe powerful Black+Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld Vacuum (model BDH2020FL) has a narrow, flexible, 4-foot hose that can clean hard-to-reach areas of your car. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen it offered.$35 off Champion Men's Pullover HoodieAmazonJust in time for cooler weather, the Champion Pullover Hoodie features its signature logo, a jersey-lined hood, and is available in 25 different colors. Plus, this fleece sweater is 64% off for Black Friday.$60 off Apple Watch UltraAppleThis isn't a huge deal for the Apple Watch Ultra but it's the best deal we've seen for this model that was only released in September. And a discount is a discount for such a popular and expensive smartwatch.25% off Away Packable CarryallAwayThis travel tote is lightweight and made from water-resistant nylon for durability. It can easily hold all your daily essentials but also packs down into a zippered pouch so you can toss it in your suitcase. Plus, you can save 25% from now through Cyber Monday.40% off Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air FryerJen Gushue/InsiderThe Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air Fryer lets you cook two separate dishes at once, and you can time them to finish simultaneously to take the guesswork out of your dinner routine. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.$30 off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendoThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the definitive adventure game on the Nintendo Switch, sending players on a sprawling journey across a fantasy world with hundreds of secrets to discover. Right now Walmart is selling it for only $30, a rare discount that puts it at the lowest price we've ever seen.25% off Hydro Flask ToteHydro FlaskThe Hydro Flask Tote makes for the perfect travel bag, especially when storing food because its lightweight, insulated, and fully lined. For Black Friday, the tote is 25% off.$50 off Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric ToothbrushAmazonStart and end every day with the Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric Toothbrush, now 40% off for Black Friday. Complete with 5 Smart Modes and technology that stores your brushing patterns, this brush comes with one more plus a travel case.$270 off Samsung 75-inch Class TU690T Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TVBest BuyIf you're in need of a large screen for your living room, this Samsung TV is one of the best budget options you can find. While it may not have Samsung's latest display technology, this smart TV is fully featured with support for Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as Apple's AirPlay.17% off Bose QuietComfort II EarbudsAmazonThe Bose QuietComfort II Earbuds are the second rendition of the wireless earbuds, and they're easily one of the best noise-canceling earbuds on the market. At $50 off, they're currently at the lowest price we've seen. 55% off Razer Kishi for iPhoneAmazonThis controller — which is also available for Android — will turn your phone into a portable gaming device. The direct USB connection offers more responsive control than Bluetooth controllers while still providing a passthrough for charging. The Kishi can also be adjusted to fit phones with different sizes. At more than 50% off, it also offers great value compared to other mobile controllers. $20 off Apple AirTag 4-PackAppleApple's wireless trackers are compatible with the FindMy app on iPhone and iOS devices, and this matches the lowest price we've seen since their release. Just remember, you'll need a keychain holster or something else to keep them attached to your belongings.50% off Headspace subscriptionHeadspaceIf you're looking to exercise some mindfulness, a subscription to Headspace is a perfect place to start, especially at 50% off. The app offers easy-to-navigate guided meditations — from one-off sessions to help with burnout, to full-blown courses on stress and anger — from a variety of teachers, each with different perspectives.30% off Pax 3 Complete KitPaxThe Pax 3 is one of the best cannabis vapes you can buy right now, thanks to its modern, inconspicuous design, exact temperature control, and easy-to-use single button operation. Add in an industry-leading 10-year warranty, and this is a no-brainer for anyone looking for a go-to portable smoking solution. The complete kit is currently $75 off.$50 off the Xbox Series STargetThe Xbox Series S is one of Microsoft's two current generation consoles, along with the Xbox Series X. Both consoles play the exact same games, but there are differences, most notably that the Series S does not include a disc drive so you can only play digitally downloaded titles. It's currently $50 off, an excellent deal for this powerful and popular console.  Up to 50% off at EverlaneEverlaneShop all Everlane Black Friday dealsEverlane makes some of the best basics around, and you can save 40% off select styles for everyone, including cashmere, denim, and other wardrobe essentials we've tested and loved. Additionally, Everlane is partnering with Tree People for its Black Friday Fund and will donate a dollar for every order placed. 20% off Apple MacBook Air M1 (2020)Amazon$200 off the M1 MacBook Air is a superb deal, especially when you consider the M2 MacBook Air starts at $1,200, and isn't usually discounted below $1,000.58% off Puleo International 6.5-Foot Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas TreeAmazonWe recommend the Puleo International Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree for a charming, snow-covered look. The pre-strung 350 incandescent lights give the tree a warm brightness. For Black Friday 2022, get it for an all-time low price.Check out our guide to the best artificial Christmas trees.43% off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$96 off Wüsthof Classic Hollow Edge 2-Piece Chef's Knife SetAmazonWüsthof is one of the top names in knife making. This set features a 6-inch chef's knife and a 3.5-inch paring knife, which should cover you for most tasks. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.52% off DevaCurl SuperCreamAmazonDevaCurl's Supercream provides definition and hydration without weighing down medium and coarse wavy, curly, and coiled hair. You'll typically pay full price, but for Black Friday 2022, it's down to its lowest price ever at 50% off.28% off Tile Mate Bluetooth TrackerAmazonThe Tile Mate is designed to help you find easily misplaced items and attaches to keys, pet collars, and other important items. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen this year.Check out our hands-on comparison of Tile Trackers to Apple AirTags.Get Hulu and Disney Plus for $5 a monthHuluDuring Black Friday, you get Hulu (with ads) and Disney+ (no ads) for just $5 per month for a full year. This deal saves you $11 per month off the regular price of the two services when purchased separately. Learn more about the Disney+ x Hulu bundle Black Friday deal.$200 off iRobot Roomba i3+, our favorite robot vacuumiRobotThe iRobot Roomba i3+ does more than your average robot vacuum. It develops personalized cleaning schedules and empties itself. It also does an outstanding job of cleaning. That's why we made it the top pick in our robot vacuum guide. Usually, it costs more than your average robot vacuum, but during Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've ever seen.$10 off Best Friends by Sheri The Original Calming Donut Dog BedChewyThe Best Friends by Sheri the Original Calming Donut Dog Bed has a rounded shape that cradles a dog and helps them calm down naturally. It's our top pick for the best calming dog bed and rarely goes on sale. Right now, you can get it for its lowest price ever on select colors.Read our guide to the best dog beds.25% off Bissell Little Green Proheat Portable Carpet CleanerWayfairBissell makes some of our favorite carpet cleaners, and the Little Green ProHeat is a fantastic cleaner for removing stains and messes. During Black Friday, save 25% off.Check out our guide to the best carpet cleaners.25% off Paula's Choice Brighten + Glow KitPaula's ChoiceFor a limited time only, you can save 25% off the Paula's Choice Brighten and Glow Kit which includes the Super Boost Moisturizer and Eye Cream plus a limited-edition headband.33% off Razor A Kick ScooterTargetIt doesn't have all of the whistles and bells of an electric scooter, but a Razor A Kick Scooter will still be fun to ride. It's built durably and can collapse to be carried around. During Black Friday, it's 33% off, which is the best deal we've seen since 2020.18% off Kasa Smart Plug Ultra MiniAmazonThese smart plugs are low-profile enough to fit behind most furniture and are easy to use for basic smart home functions. During Black Friday, they're at the best price we've seen in months.55% off Kids Against Maturity Card GameAmazonKids Against Maturity is a tamer variation of the popular (and much raunchier) Cards Against Humanity. This family-friendly card game includes a mix of age-appropriate humor and innuendo for the adults' amusement. Pick it up for game nights at 55% off, the best price we've seen it offered.30% off Amazon Smart ThermostatAmazonThe Amazon Smart Home Thermostat is a simple, inexpensive smart home thermostat to control your home's temperature. It doesn't have a microphone or camera, so Alexa voice commands rely on another voice-enabled Alexa device, like an Echo smart speaker. Certain energy providers will provide benefits for switching to an energy-saving thermostat like this one, so be sure to check with yours. Right now, the thermostat is down to an all-time low price.27% off Cetaphil Daily Hydrating LotionTargetDrugstore skincare brand Cetaphil has a cult following among budget-savvy shoppers. The brand's products are formulated for sensitive skin and are fragrance-free. For Black Friday, the Daily Hydrating Moisturizer is down $4 from its typical price since this summer. Save up to 38% on Cetaphil's other cleaners and moisturizers too.Read our guide to the best skincare brands.37% off Anova Culinary Nano Sous Vide Precision CookerAmazonThe Anova Precision Cooker Nano offers accuracy and ease of use at a price unmatched by other sous vide machines. This model rarely goes to a lower price, so it's a good time to buy.See our guide to the best sous vide machines. 50% off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromWith the style and fit of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, now is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$231 off GE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub DishwasherBest BuyGE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub Dishwasher (GDT550PYRFS) is available in four colors to match your decor, operates quietly, and has impressive drying capabilities. During The Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 25% off.$340 off the S7 MaxV Ultra Robot VacuumAmazonAlthough we haven't yet tested the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot Vacuum, the brand performs consistently well in our tests. This is the most innovative vacuum Roborock has released, mopping and vacuuming simultaneously and featuring a charging base that empties the dustbin. Right now, it's on sale for the first time.40% off T-Fal Simply Cook Prep and Cook Nonstick 17-Piece SetAmazonWe haven't tested this cookware set from T-Fal, but we have tried the brand's hard anodized pan and thought it was a decent budget pick. This 17-piece set is currently $40 off for Black Friday.$70 off Ninja Foodi Power Blender & Processor SystemTargetThe Ninja SS351 Foodi Power Blender also functions as a food processor and comes with a bunch of extras, like a smoothie bowl. While we haven't tested it yet, it is extremely highly rated. The price frequently fluctuates between $180 and $200 for this model. It's not the lowest price we've seen, but you're still saving $70.35% off our favorite do-everything Instant PotJen Gushue/InsiderThe Instant Pot Duo Crisp is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, air fryer, and sous vide machine all in one, making it one of the most useful and economical small appliances we tested. While it's not the lowest we've seen it, it's the best price in months.See our guide to the best Instant Pots and electric pressure cookers.$200 off JBL Boombox 2AmazonWhen you need music for your gathering, the JBL Boombox 2 brings powerful sound and bass to keep the party going. It's one of the best Bluetooth speakers that you can get, and right now it's on sale with an excellent and rare $200 discount.40% off SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water MakerAmazonIf you're a seltzer fan, then you should consider investing in a sparkling water maker. The Terra is SodaStream's newest model that is also cordless. It comes with one CO2 cylinder and a bottle of lime Bubly Drops. For Black Friday, it's an all-time low price.39% off Coway Airmega AP-1512H True HEPA PurifierCowayCoway makes some of the best air purifiers on the market. The AP-1512HH is a reliable compact unit with a 4-stage filtration system that reduces up to 99.6% of air pollution particles. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price since early 2021.$30 off Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-Up LightSuzy Hernandez/Business InsiderThe Philips SmartSleep Connected is our top pick for the best sunrise alarm clock. It will help you fall asleep gently and wake up on time by creating stunning sunset and sunrise simulations. Right now, it's 15% off, an all-time low price that we haven't seen since last year.See our guide to the best sunrise alarm clocks.33% off the New Echo Dot with ClockAmazonThe latest of the Echo Dot lineup, the 5th Gen comes with a handful of new features including better audio and built-in Eero. Right now it's down to only $40, matching the lowest price we've seen for this new speaker.60% off Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesBeatsWhile not the newest headphones in the Beats lineup, the Beats Solo3 are still a solid pair of over-ear cans. They don't offer noise-canceling capabilities, but they're still a versatile pair of headphones that deliver balanced sound and 40 hours of listening time. At $80, they're at an all-time low for Black Friday with the best price we've seen.13% off TeeTurtle Reversible Narwhal PlushieAmazonMore than just a cuddly stuffed animal, TeeTurtle's reversible plushies let you express your mood. Don't feel like talking to anyone, just turn the animal to the frowny face side. For Black Friday, the narwhal stuffie is a modest 13% off.54% off UBeesize Ring Light with TripodAmazonWhether you're aiming to make more professional-looking TikToks or want something portable for your next trip, you can't beat this steep discount on a ring light tripod. The ring lighting helps improve the overall picture quality, but you can remove it if you're shooting landscapes or in a lot of natural light. At 54% off, this tripod comes in at under $20.51% off Rosyclo Cloud SlippersAmazonWhile not the exact same pair, these cloud slippers are nearly identical in design to the ones our executive editor Sally Kaplan owns and loves. Your discount will depend on the size and color you select, but we're seeing an average savings of 51% on these trendy cloud slippers.53% off Coodoo Magnetic Blocks Tough Building Tiles Starter SetAmazonSimilar to ultra popular Magna-Tiles, these magnetic building blocks snap together quickly so you can build creatively. You can grab this starter set of 30 pieces for 48%, plus an extra 5% off when you clip the coupon on the page. For under $20, this set makes a great gift for the kiddo in your life.40% off TikTok's favorite vegetable chopperAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.62% off National Tree Company Pre-Lit Artificial Full Christmas Tree, 6.5 FeetAmazonIf you're still in the market for a Christmas tree, this 6.5 foot pre-lit Dunhill Fir tree is steeply discounted at 62% off for Black Friday; the lowest price we've ever seen for this tree.40% off the Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric ToothbrushAmazonWe love this electric toothbrush as a budget-friendly option that doesn't compromise on performance. It's also the path of least resistance to helping your teen build their own healthy habits. At 40% off for Black Friday, this is the lowest price we've seen all year.30% off sauces from Fly By JingFly by JingFly By Jing makes one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.20% off Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing TreatmentAmazonThough pricey, Olaplex's Hair Perfector is a cult favorite in beauty circles. At 20% off, it makes a thoughtful gift for anyone heard complaining about their split ends in the winter, this immensely popular hair treatment repairs brittle, dry hair and adds much-needed moisture.20% off Sengled Smart Light BulbSengledSengled's smart color-changing light bulb is significantly more affordable than bulbs from big names like Philips. For about $12, this single bulb is more affordable than ever.50% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.35% off iRobot Roomba 694AmazonThis robot vacuum can be automated to work around your home schedule, and also works with virtual assistants like Alexa and Google Home. It's not the most powerful Roomba, but it handles hardwood floors, pet hair, and short carpets without issue. It's on sale for $95 off during Black Friday. 26% off Hydro Flask Wide Mouth BottleMarathon SportsHydro Flask makes some of our favorite water bottles — they're basically indestructible without being bulky or heavy, and keep hot and cold beverages at their original temperature for at least 12 hours. It's a solid, pragmatic gift for anyone who complains about forgetting to hydrate or is on the hunt for a reliable thermos.See our guide to the best water bottles. 37% off Revlon One-Step Hair DryerAmazonThis hair tool combines styling, drying, and volumizing your hair into one simple step. It's comparable to the expensive Dyson Airwrap, but for a fraction of the cost. Down to $25, this is one of the best deals we've seen for it all year.See our guide to the best hair dryers. 50% off Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021)RokuCompared to the Roku Streaming Stick+, the new Streaming Stick 4K provides an improved viewing experience by adding support for Dolby Vision. This advanced high dynamic range (HDR) format can provide better picture quality on TVs that support it. Right now you can get it on sale for only $25, the best price we've seen for it yet.34% off Hisense 50-inch U6 QLED 4K Fire TVAmazonThis 50-inch 4K display has Amazon's Fire TV platform built-in for easy access to tons of popular streaming apps. It also boasts advanced picture quality features like wide color support, up to 600 nits of brightness, and local dimming. At a deal price of $350, this is an excellent option for buyers who want a smaller TV that doesn't sacrifice image performance.60% off Google Nest MiniBest BuyThe Google Nest Mini is a compact and effective smart speaker that's powered by the very useful Google Assistant. Right now, it's one of the best prices we've seen for the device.See our guide to the best smart speakers. Get $50 off and 2 free games when you buy a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB)AmazonAs part of a special Black Friday promotion, you can now snag a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB) with two free games, Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4, for $350. The headset typically comes with Beat Saber for $400, so this deal saves you $50 and adds an extra free game.See our guide to the best VR headsets. 50% off It Takes TwoAmazonThe 2021 game of the year is an entirely cooperative game that lets a friend join-in online, even if they don't own the game. This price matches the lowest we've seen to date.Up to 50% off shoes at Rothy'sRothy'sShop the Rothy's Black Friday saleRothy's, one of our favorite shoe brands, is holding a rare and massive sale on soon-to-be-archived styles. We're seeing discounts as deep as 50% on flats, sneakers, bags, and loafers. We've tested all sorts of Rothy styles, from the brand's flats to its sneakers. Check out some of the sale styles we're eyeing below:  40% off Samsung 65-Inch Class OLED TVAmazonSamsung's first 4K OLED is also one of the very first OLED TVs to feature quantum dots. This technology allows the display to produce a wider range of colors than typical OLEDs. $1,800 is a new low price for this brand-new high-end set.34% off the Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot VacuumWalmartThis Eufy robot vacuum connects to your phone for easy scheduling and will run for over an hour with a single charge. Down to $99, this is a rare drop that beats previous deals we've seen.Check out our robot vacuum buying guide for more on our favorite models. 50% off Melissa & Doug PAW Patrol PAWtroller Activity CenterTargetIf there's a little one in your life who loves Paw Patrol, this activity center will provide hours of fun. You can grab it for 50% off during Target's Black Friday sale.$500 off Hydrow rowing machinesHydrowThe Hydrow Connected Rower is the Peloton of at-home rowing machines, bringing interactive rowing workouts right to your living room. It's on sale for $500 off its normal price during Best Buy's Black Friday sale which is one of the lowest prices we've seen it at.Check out our review of the Hydrow to learn more about what makes this a stellar piece of exercise equipment. Stellar deals on tech brands from across the webApple; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderTech is synonymous with Black Friday, and we're seeing big discounts on TVs, computers, cameras, phones, accessories, gaming gear, and more . In addition to deals from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, most tech companies are offering savings at their online stores. Here are our favorite companies whose products we've tested and trust.Adobe: Creative Cloud All Apps is 27% off for all users for the first year, 71% off for students and teachers for the first year; 40% off Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements.Anker: 20% to 25% off power banks and charging stations.Apple: Gift cards of varying amounts on qualifying purchases.Belkin: 25% off sitewide with code BF22.Bellroy: Up to 33% off phone cases, bags, wallets, and accessories.Case-Mate: Up to 60% off sitewide with code BFCM22, include LuMee, Pelican, and Fuel.CD Keys: Up to 96% off games for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.Courant: 20% off sitewide on chargers and accessories.Dell: Up to 60% on laptops, desktops, and monitors.DJI: Up to 30% off select drones and cameras. Epson: Up to 46% off select printers, projectors, and business machines.Goal Zero: Up to 20% off select power stations, portable batteries, solar panels, lights, and more.Google: $50-$150 off Google Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 smartphones.GoPro: 15% off sitewide on cameras, accessories, and more.Griffin: 50% off sitewide on cables, chargers, batteries, and more.HP: Up to 70% on laptops, desktops, monitors, printers, and more.Incase: 50% off sitewide on bags, laptop sleeves, cases, and more.Incipio: 50% off sitewide on phone cases and accessories.Insta360: Save up to $75 on cameras.LastPass: 25% off until 11/29.Logitech: $30 off orders over $150 and $50 off orders over $250 with code BF22USD.Microsoft: Up to $600 off Surface Pro tablet laptops.Moment: Up to 60% off select phone cases, lenses, cameras, and other photography accessories.Motorola: Save up to $1,000 on select phones.Nikon: Save up to $1,000 on DSLR and mirrorless cameras, lenses, and binoculars.Nintendo: Save up to $20 or 33% on select games.Otterbox: Free shipping on orders over $50.Peak Design: Up to 30% off camera bags and accessories.Philo: New subscribers save 80% off their first month until 11/30 with code THANKS.Samsung: Up to $350 off Samsung Galaxy Z foldable smartphones.Satechi: 25% off sitewide with code BFCM25 or 30% off $150 or more with code BFCM30.Sony: Save up to $1,500 on TVs, cameras, headphones, and other consumer electronics.Speck: 40% off sitewide until 11/27; 50% off sitewide 11/27-11/28.Steam: 20%-90% off select games until 11/29.ZAGG: 40% off sitewide on ZAGG, Mophie, InvisibleShield, and Gear4 computing and mobile hardware and accessories.29% off the De'Longhi La Specialista Arte Espresso MachineAmazonDe'Longhi is one of the best brands for home espresso makers. The Specialista Arte is one of our recommended mid-range makers and has the unique feature of a built-in tamper. This is the best price we've seen in six months on this machine.Read more about the best espresso machines we've tested here.12% off the MacBook Pro 13-inch M2AppleThe 13-inch MacBook Pro is more capable than ever. Supercharged by the next-generation M2 chip, it's Apple's most portable pro laptop, with up to 20 hours of battery life and 12% off retail. It's a surprisingly good deal when you consider this new MacBook was just released in 2022.25% off the GE Profile Opal Nugget Ice MakerWalmartOne of the few nugget ice makers on the market, the GE Profile does one task perfectly: making chewable nugget ice. It's a bulky and pricy appliance, but the unique production is worth it if you're a nugget ice loyalist. For Black Friday, it's $130 off the usual price, so it's a great time to buy the ice maker of your dreams. You can read more about why we love this deal here.$90 off the Ninja OL501 Foodi 6.5 Qt. 14-in-1WalmartTypically priced at $280, this popular multicooker is discounted by nearly $170 for Black Friday. That's a stellar price on an all-in-one kitchen appliance that can air fry, pressure cook, slow cook, sear, sous vide, and more.Check out our guide to the best multicookers.$200 off the Vitamix 6500WalmartWhile we haven't tested this specific Vitamix blender, the brand is known for its power and reliability; we expect this model to be no different. Usually priced close to $600, it's on sale for $399; a stellar discount if you're looking for a Vitamix blender.Check out our guide to the best blenders. Save 20% on a Dyson Airwrap, plus get free accessoriesDysonWith new barrels to curl and wave in both directions, brushes to control and shape, and the multi-functional Coanda smoothing dryer to dry, smooth, and hide flyaways. Existing Dyson customers can save 20% off using the code e-mailed to them on November 21. Both new and returning customers can claim $125 in free gifts with their purchase.For more information, check out our Dyson Airwrap Black Friday deal guide. Save 30% on the Apple Watch Series 7Antonio Villas-Boas/InsiderThe Apple Watch Series 7 is extremely similar to the new Series 8. It's only missing Crash Detection, body temperature sensing, and a new Low Power Mode that gives the Series 8 up to 36 hours of battery life. With that in mind, you can easily justify the $120 in savings with this deal on the Series 7.See our guide to the best Apple Watch. Save 33% on the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Cordless Stick VacuumWalmartDyson vacuums are the cream of the crop, and this Black Friday deal for the Cyclone V10 is the best we've seen in years. Equipped with a sensor to detect whether you're vacuuming a carpet or hard floor, it's the perfect vac for any room in the house. See our guide to the best vacuums. 57% off Madden 23AmazonJust released in August, Madden 23 is the newest iteration of the ever-popular EA Sports NFL video game franchise. Down to just $30, this deal is an absolute steal — and the perfect holiday gift for the football lover or sports gamer in your life. 50% off Columbia Tipton Peak Insulated JacketColumbiaColumbia jackets are ideal for layering in cold weather, as they are warm, but not too bulky. If you're looking to upgrade for this winter, 50% off this Tipton Peak Insulated Jacket is a fantastic deal for you. See our guide to the best winter coats. 50% off Kiehls Ultimate Shave CollectionNordstromWith $72 worth of product, this gift set of men's shaving products from cult favorite brand Kiehl's is a great deal at $33.60. If you use your Nordstrom card to purchase, you can also earn a $60 Note to be used on a future purchase.40% off the Carina Platform Chelsea BootMadewellA lovely take on the classic Chelsea boot, Madewell's Carina Platform Chelsea features a 2.5-inch heel and white leather uppers. It's a perfect boot that can be worn with everything from dresses to jeans, and it's currently 40% off with the code OHJOY.See our guide to the best ankle boots. 41% off the ASUS Chromebook C203XAAmazonThe Asus C203XA is designed with military-grade durability, a spill-resistant keyboard, and an anti-scratch finish, making it the perfect choice for students and classrooms. Down to only $142, this is the best price it's seen in months.See our guide to the best Chromebooks. Save $90 on the Dewalt Compact Drill/Impact Combo KitAmazonThis 20-Volt MAX Brushless Compact 2-Tool Combo Kit includes 1 cordless Drill/Driver, 1 cordless Impact Driver, two 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Batteries, 1 charger, and a carrying bag. During the Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 35% off.See our guide to the best cordless drills. Save $500 on the Samsung FrameBest BuySamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.See our guides to the best 4k TVs and OLED TVs. 75% off LifeStraw Personal Water FilterAmazonLifeStraws are portable filters that can make even some of the murkiest standing water drinkable. For backpackers and hikers, a LifeStraw can be an invaluable tool in dire situations. Down to only $13, now is a great time to buy one.3 months of Discovery Plus for $3Discovery PlusWhether you're a fan pimple popping, house flipping, explorative cooking, or ghost hunting, Discovery Plus has a series that will keep you hooked. The service's Ad-Lite plan is already very affordable year round, but right now you can join the service for only $1 a month for your first three months. It's an excellent deal we only see during major deal events, like Black Friday.See our review of the best streaming services. 44% off Chewmeter Himalayan Yaky Cheese ChewsChewyMade with potato starch and cheese, among other ingredients, Chewmeter's dog treats are rawhide-free. They were about a dollar less during Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale in October, but have been above $20 for most of the year. 25% off the Magic Bullet BlenderAmazonAt under $30, this 11-piece Magic Bullet set is a great, space-conscious gift for anyone in need of a small, sturdy blender. It comes with three different mugs as well as lids for optimal freshness.See our guide to the best blenders. 50% off JBL Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesJBLQuality over-ear headphones can get pricey, but these wireless ones from JBL offer great sound and up to 40 hours of play when fully charged. RIght now, they're a steep 50% off, costing right under $25. 40% off the Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry OvenTargetNinja is one of our favorite small appliance brands, especially for its air fryers and toaster ovens. This one combines 8 functions into a single, compact appliance: air fry, air roast, air broil, bake, bagel, toast, dehydrate, and keep warm. Right now, it's on sale for the lowest price we've seen, and if you clip the on-page coupon, you can save an additional $20.See our guide to the best air fryers and toaster ovens. 35% off athleisure at Girlfriend CollectiveGirlfriend CollectiveShop the Girlfriend Collective saleGirlfriend Collective is one of our favorite athleisure brands for its cute, sustainably made sets, bras, and leggings. Through December 9, you can get 35% off Girlfriend Collective products sitewide, with additional markdowns on select items. 3 months of HBO Max for $6SOPA Images/ShutterstockHBO Max is packed with hours of content old and new, including hits like "House of the Dragon," "The Batman," and the entire "Harry Potter" collection. It rarely sees discounts for subscribers, but now through November 28, new and returning subscribers can get their first three months of the ad-supported plan for only $6.Lowest price of the year on an Insider subscriptionInsiderInsider is offering its annual subscription at its lowest price of the year as a Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal. You'll get access to in-depth reporting, exclusive stories, pitch decks, salary databases, and more. This deal expires on November 28.Rare $10 discount on Ring Fit AdventureAmazonRing Fit Adventure is a fitness-centric game that challenges you to get off the couch and perform crunches, sit-ups, and more to defeat enemies. It even comes with a special accessory called the Ring-Con to track your movements. This game rarely goes on sale, so this $10 discount from Amazon is a good deal.Save $50 on the internet's favorite frying panOur PlaceThis sleek, matte pan is an incredible gift for minimalists: It's designed to replace eight pieces of cookware, functioning as everything from a pot to a frying pan. Normally $145, you can get it for $95 for Black Friday.See our guide to the best nonstick frying pans. 28% off Otherland candlesOtherlandOtherland is a hot candle brand right now, known for its creative packaging and custom gift sets. For Black Friday, you can get 28% off a 3-pack and 35% off 6-packs and 9-packs.See our guide to the best places for buying candles. $100 off the new Pixel 7GoogleThis is the lowest price for Google's newest smartphone, the Pixel 7. Launched only a month ago, the Pixels are desirable Android phones, thanks to their fast performance, great image quality from the cameras, and stock Android.See our guide to the best smartphones. Shop big deals on luggage from across the internetRachel Askinasi/InsiderTravel is back and it's a great time to stock up on those travel essentials you may have neglected in the past few years of pandemic. Below you'll find deals on our favorite luggage brands. Away: Up to 40% off suitcases and travel accessories. Check out our full round up of Away luggage deals.Baboon to the Moon: Up to 75% off bags and accessories.Bric's: Up to 50% off Bellagio, MyLife, Siena, and X-Bag lines.Delsey: Save 30% to 60%, plus free shipping.July: Save $30 when you spend $300, $100 when you spend $600, and $200 when you spend $1,000. Monos: Up to 40% off sitewide with code EARLYBF2022. Check out our full round up of Monos luggage deals.Nomatic: Up to 30% off luggage and 50% off travel accessories.Paravel: Up to 30% off, including Oprah's favorite foldable backpack.ROAM: Free Market Tote or Travel Pouch Set with the purchase of any piece of luggage, backpack, or duffel.Samsonite: 30% off sitewide and free shipping.Solgaard: Take 15% to 50% off sitewide. Travelpro: More than 70% off select suitcases and bags, plus save $30 when you spend $200 and $60 when you spend $300.Tumi: 40% off select suitcases, backpacks, and bags.50% off the Litter Genie PlusAmazonThe Litter Genie keeps odors from cat litter waste concealed. Deputy Editor Lauren Savoie likes that it holds several weeks' worth of waste so she doesn't have to take the trash out every time she scoops. For Chewy's Black Friday sale, it's marked down to 30% off its usual price, and over at Petco, it's 50% off — an all-time low price.50% off Paramount PlusParamount PlusNow through November 27, new and returning subscribers can get 50% off an annual plan of Paramount Plus, bringing the Essential plan down to only $25 for a full year of content. The service is home to hundreds of hours of series and movies, including titles like "Smile," "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," and "Spongebob Squarepants." This cheaper plan is ad-supported and starts with a free, one-week trial.$60 off the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired PlusThe Home DepotRing's Floodlight Cam Wired Plus combines the standard Spotlight Cam with a set of motion-activated floodlights for better lighting. The camera itself streams and records at 1080p resolution and is also motion-activated, and it includes a siren and two-way talk. The Black Friday sale matches the lowest price we've seen it available for.Shop big sales from nearly every major mattress brandLeesa/InstagramMattresses are an expensive yet important purchase. Fortunately, during Black Friday, you can save hundreds of dollars on top brands, including Casper, Purple, Nectar, and more. Don't know which mattress to buy? Our mattress expert has tested more than 60 mattresses and lists the best in our mattress guide. Also, check out our best Black Friday mattress deals hub.Amerisleep: Get $450 off any mattress and free accessories using the promo code AS450.Avocado: Get 10% off sitewide using the promo code SAVE10.Awara: Get $300 off any mattress and a free cotton sheet set, two latex pillows, and a mattress protector.Bear: Get 35% off sitewide and free accessories.Beautyrest: Save up to $800 on select mattresses.Big Fig Mattress: Get $400 off mattresses using the promo code FRIYAY.Birch: Get $400 off mattresses and two free pillows using the promo code FALLSALE400. Brooklyn Bedding: Get 30% off sitewide using promo code BFRIDAY30.Casper: Save up to $800 on mattresses using the promo code BFCM22-B.Cocoon by Sealy: Get 35% off the Chill mattresses and get a free set of sheets and pillows. DreamCloud: Get 25% off mattresses and $599 worth of accessories, including sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector. Emma: Get up to 50% off sitewide.Ghost Bed: Up to 50% off all mattresses and adjustable base bundles and get two free pillows.Helix: Save $150 when you spend $600 using promo code BFWKND150, save $250 when you spend $1,249 using promo code BFWKND250, save $300 when you spend $1,700 using promo code BFWKND300, save $350 when you spend $2,550 using promo code BFWKND350, save $400 when you spend $2,700 using promo code BFWKND400, and save $450 when you spend $2,950 using promo code BFWKND450. Plus, all purchases include two free pillows. Leesa: Save up to $700 on mattresses with two pillows included.Mattress Firm: Get up to 50% off mattresses during the early Black Friday sale.Nectar: Get 33% off sitewide.Nest Bedding: Up to 50% off select mattresses.Nolah: Save up to $700 on mattresses and get two free pillows during the early access Black Friday sale.   Purple: Get $700 off the Purple Plus Mattress plus adjustable base.Saatva: Get up to $450 off select mattresses during the Election 1-Day Flash Sale.Serta: Save up to $800 on select mattresses and mattress sets.Siena: Save $200 off any mattress.Sleep Number: Up to 40% off select beds.Tempur-Pedic: Get 30% off the Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress when you use the Insider exclusive promo code BI30.Tuft & Needle: Save up to $750 on mattresses.Wayfair: Save on big-name mattress brands like Beautyrest and Sealy. Check out our Wayfair deals roundup.Zinus: Save up to 40% off select mattresses. Editor's note: Zinus is facing a class-action lawsuit claiming that fiberglass in the company's mattresses has led to serious health issues. Check out our full article on the lawsuit for more details.Zoma: Save $150 on all mattresses using promo code WIN150.Save $300 on an LG 24-inch Smart DishwasherHome Depot; InsiderIn addition to various useful cleaning and maintenance features, the LG LDP6810SS Smart Dishwasher provides smartphone monitoring, downloadable wash cycles, and diagnostic alerts. During Black Friday, save more than $300 on it.Save $400 on our favorite mattress and get $600 in free accessoriesDreamcloudOne of our favorite mattresses, the DreamCloud Premier Hybrid Mattress offers an impressive array of features, including excellent support, a firmness that will appeal to most sleepers, and a long trial period and warranty. During the Black Friday sale, you can save $400 and get $599 of accessories included.Save $40 on the Theragun MiniTherabodyTherabody's fourth generation of massage guns introduced the Theragun Mini, a portable device that packs a percussive punch in a much smaller package. It's our favorite entry-level massage gun and it's on sale for $160 during Black Friday which is around the lowest price we've ever seen.Take $70 off the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster OvenCuisinartWhile we haven't tested this specific model, the Cuisinart TOA-70 AirFryer Toaster Oven is similar to our favorite toaster oven. During Black Friday, it's $70 off.Buy one, get one on Masterclass subscriptionsMasterClassMasterClass is one of our favorite online learning platforms and for $180, you can get a second membership free to gift when you buy the first one. It makes for a great last-minute present and a fun way to bond with someone as you watch classes remotely.$50 off DNA kits from AncestryAncestryDNAAncestry DNA makes our favorite DNA kit, and all its DNA kits are discounted for Black Friday. The cheapest one is the standard kit, coming in at $59 (normally $99).20% off our favorite bathrobe from BrooklinenBrooklinenMade from 100% Turkish cotton, this super-soft robe is the ultimate luxury gift. For Black Friday, you can get 20% off all Brooklinen products when you check out.Get a Hulu subscription for $2 a monthHulu; Alyssa Powell/InsiderHulu offers a wide array of series, movies, and originals for subscribers to enjoy, including "Bob's Burgers," "Prey," and "The Handmaid's Tale." The service only ever sees discounts during Black Friday, and this year is no exception: new and returning members can get their first year for only $2 a month when they sign up before November 28.32% off the Kindle PaperwhiteAmazonThe Kindle Paperwhite is our favorite Kindle model so far for its big screen and adjustable warm light. At 32% off, you can snag it for under $100 to gift to the avid reader in your life.Save $80 on adjustable dumbbellsBest BuyThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds, turning one pair of dumbbells into a full-on set. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.Save $70 on TCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TVBest BuyTCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TV delivers an impressive balance between image performance, smart connectivity, screen size, and cost. Down to $430, this discount matches deals we've seen for it in the past.Take 27% off the Nespresso's Vertuo coffee makerWilliams SonomaNespresso's Vertuo machine makes rich, frothy espresso at the touch of a button. This isn't the lowest price we've seen, but it does match last Black Friday's deal and it's still a solid discount.Save 20% on the GoPro Hero 11 BlackThe GoPro Hero 11 Black with its recognizable form-factor. Like the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black before it, there's a front screen for framing a shot — useful if you're vlogging or live-streaming.Les Shu/InsiderGoPro's best camera yet, the Hero 11 Black shoots incredible videos with smooth stabilization better than ever. For Black Friday, you can save $100 (20%) off the regular priceSave 15% on the Monos Metro DuffelMonosThe duffel's roomy interior is designed to keep all your essentials organized, with a sleeve that fits up to a 15" laptop and inner side pockets that allow for easy access to your water bottle or compact umbrella. The built-in trolley sleeve fits securely around the handle of any Monos suitcase for seamless pairing and converts into an extra pocket when not in use. It's discounted to under $180 ahead of Black Friday.Get a year of Peacock Premium for $1/monthPavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesNow through November 28, new subscribers can lock in a year of Peacock Premium for $1/month. That's about 80% off the regular $5 monthly price.Save 33% on the Fitbit Sense 2FitbitThe Fitbit Sense 2 is the brand's answer to the Apple Watch, featuring temperature sensing, a built-in ECG, and advanced sleep tracking. It also offers tracking for a wide variety of activities and is compatible with smartphone notifications and some apps. It's on sale for $200 during Black Friday, which is $100 off its normal price (and an excellent deal for such a full-featured smartwatch).Take 50% off the Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright VacuumAmazonThe Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright Vacuum (AZ2002) is easy to use and has powerful suction that gets the job done on hardwood and carpeting. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen.Save 24% on an HP OMEN laptopHPHP's OMEN laptops are high-performance computers that are great for creative tasks and gaming. This one is loaded with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics. Add in 16GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive, the $1,200 sale price makes it a terrific buy for a high-end machine.Take 60% off a Sealy MattressWayfairUsually priced around $800, you can now save a couple hundred dollars on this 12-inch mattress. We haven't tested this exact mattress, but we think Sealy's other bed in a box is a good budget pick.Save $200 on the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier FanDysonThough we haven't tested the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier Fan yet, we have been impressed with the cooling abilities of other Dyson fans. Right now, it's at an all-time low price for Black Friday 2022.Take 20% off Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation)AppleThe AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is the latest addition to their AirPods Pro series, a line of mid-range earbuds that feature spatial audio and noise canceling. And for just $200, this is the lowest price we've ever seen.Save 33% on a Sony 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TVAmazonSony's 2022 midrange LCD TV is a solid pick for buyers who want a good all-around 4K display. It has local dimming for improved contrast, along with wide color capabilities and support for the Google TV streaming platform. This $1,000 deal price is a new low for the 65-inch model.Save $150 on the Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillHome DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.Save 40% on the internet's favorite coatMaria Del Russo/InsiderDubbed by the internet as the "Amazon coat," this down jacket actually lives up to its hype of blending style with warmth and functionality. It comes in a range of colors from muted neutrals to bright red or yellow and is a perfect, practical gift as the winter season gets colder. The discount you'll receive depends on the color and size you choose, with an average deal of 40% off.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

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Live: 209+ best Black Friday deals to shop right now, from Christmas trees to robot vacuums

We're rounding up the best Black Friday deals from all the best brands and every major retailer including Amazon, Walmart, and Target. We'll be keeping this page fresh with the best Black Friday deals we can find.Nintendo; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderWhen you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.With Black Friday finally here, the best Black Friday deals are finally rolling in. The internet is flush with sales, and major retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy are offering their steepest discounts of the year. We're updating this page throughout the day with the best Black Friday discounts we can find. So far, we're seeing low prices on laptops, 4K and smart TV deals, Amazon Black Friday sales, and savings on Apple products.Be sure to check back to this page often as our expert team of reporters and editors will be flagging all their favorite deals through Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Top Black Friday deals right nowMeta Quest 2 Black Friday Bundle with 2 free games: $350 (13% off)Samsung 65-inch OLED 4K TV: $1797 (40% off)Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation): $200 (20% off)Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021): $25 (50% off)Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer: $25 (37% off)Hydro Flask 32 oz. Wide Mouth Bottle: $33 (26% off)1-year Hulu subscription: $24 (75% off)Home Accents Festive Pine Christmas Tree: $50 (29% off)Kindle Paperwhite: $95 (32% off)Dyson v10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum: $399 ($200 off)$25 off Sonic FrontiersSegaPlaystation 5Xbox Series X Nintendo SwitchThe latest Sonic the Hedgehog game was released earlier this month and it's already 50% off for Black Friday. The game's "open zone" format is new for the franchise but it's gotten generally favorable reviews since its launch.$20 off Everlane Alpaca CrewEverlaneWith over 2500 reviews and four and a half stars, the alpaca crew is an Everlane staple. It comes in 12 colors and is 20% off on Black Friday.$32 off Lift Top Noblewell Coffee TableAmazonThis vintage wood table opens up and converts to a laptop desk while providing extra storage. Ideal for compact spaces, this table can easily fold back down to be used as a regular coffee table. Its Black Friday deal price is $12 less than the previous all-time low price.$60 off Vitamix E310 BlenderWilliams SonomaThis pared-down Vitamix has 10 variable speeds and a 48-ounce pitcher. This is the lowest price we've seen recently for this model.$100 off Hyperice Hypervolt 2 ProHypericeThe Hypervolt 2 Pro is Hyperice's best massage gun, offering five variable speeds, three hours of battery life, and a number of swappable head attachments. It's on sale for $100 off its normal price during Black Friday which is one of the best deals we've ever seen for it.20% off Seresto Flea and Tick Collar for Large DogsChewyThe Seresto Flea and Tick Collar offer eight months of protection against fleas and ticks in all life stages. It's the only flea collar on the market that we recommend for dogs. For Black Friday 2022, Chewy is offering a rare deal we only see a few times a year.$230 off Nectar Memory Foam Mattress (Queen)NectarThe gel memory foam of the Nectar makes it a versatile mattress that conforms to the contours of your body to relieve pressure. During Black Friday, it's 33% off which is one of the best prices we've seen it at.30% off PlayStation DualSense Wireless ControllerThere are a number of steps you can take at home with your PS5 console to resolve the connectivity error.YELIM LEE/AFP via Getty ImagesThe PS5 controller is one of the best in the industry thanks to its haptic feedback, built-in microphone, and adaptive triggers. The Black Friday discount extends to other colors of the controller, like black, purple, & red.$240 off Roborock S7 Robot VacuumRoborockWhile it had trouble in corners and operates loudly, we were overall impressed with the powerful suction of the S7, and it was one of the best at mopping of the robot vacuums we tested. This is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen on this model.30% off Yeti Rambler 10 oz Wine TumblerAmazonNow 30% off, the Yeti Rambler holds up to 10 ounces of your favorite wine whether you're on a camping trip or on the back patio. The stainless steel interior paired with the double-wall vacuum insulation is what keeps your drink exactly at the temperature you like.29% off Black + Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld VacuumAmazonThe powerful Black+Decker 20V Max Flex Handheld Vacuum (model BDH2020FL) has a narrow, flexible, 4-foot hose that can clean hard-to-reach areas of your car. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen it offered.$35 off Champion Men's Pullover HoodieAmazonJust in time for cooler weather, the Champion Pullover Hoodie features its signature logo, a jersey-lined hood, and is available in 25 different colors. Plus, this fleece sweater is 64% off for Black Friday.$60 off Apple Watch UltraAppleThis isn't a huge deal for the Apple Watch Ultra but it's the best deal we've seen for this model that was only released in September. And a discount is a discount for such a popular and expensive smartwatch.25% off Away Packable CarryallAwayThis travel tote is lightweight and made from water-resistant nylon for durability. It can easily hold all your daily essentials but also packs down into a zippered pouch so you can toss it in your suitcase. Plus, you can save 25% from now through Cyber Monday.40% off Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air FryerJen Gushue/InsiderThe Ninja Foodi Two-Basket Air Fryer lets you cook two separate dishes at once, and you can time them to finish simultaneously to take the guesswork out of your dinner routine. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.$30 off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildNintendoThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the definitive adventure game on the Nintendo Switch, sending players on a sprawling journey across a fantasy world with hundreds of secrets to discover. Right now Walmart is selling it for only $30, a rare discount that puts it at the lowest price we've ever seen.25% off Hydro Flask ToteHydro FlaskThe Hydro Flask Tote makes for the perfect travel bag, especially when storing food because its lightweight, insulated, and fully lined. For Black Friday, the tote is 25% off.$50 off Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric ToothbrushAmazonStart and end every day with the Oral-B iO Series 6 Electric Toothbrush, now 40% off for Black Friday. Complete with 5 Smart Modes and technology that stores your brushing patterns, this brush comes with one more plus a travel case.$270 off Samsung 75-inch Class TU690T Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TVBest BuyIf you're in need of a large screen for your living room, this Samsung TV is one of the best budget options you can find. While it may not have Samsung's latest display technology, this smart TV is fully featured with support for Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as Apple's AirPlay.17% off Bose QuietComfort II EarbudsAmazonThe Bose QuietComfort II Earbuds are the second rendition of the wireless earbuds, and they're easily one of the best noise-canceling earbuds on the market. At $50 off, they're currently at the lowest price we've seen. 55% off Razer Kishi for iPhoneAmazonThis controller — which is also available for Android — will turn your phone into a portable gaming device. The direct USB connection offers more responsive control than Bluetooth controllers while still providing a passthrough for charging. The Kishi can also be adjusted to fit phones with different sizes. At more than 50% off, it also offers great value compared to other mobile controllers. $20 off Apple AirTag 4-PackAppleApple's wireless trackers are compatible with the FindMy app on iPhone and iOS devices, and this matches the lowest price we've seen since their release. Just remember, you'll need a keychain holster or something else to keep them attached to your belongings.50% off Headspace subscriptionHeadspaceIf you're looking to exercise some mindfulness, a subscription to Headspace is a perfect place to start, especially at 50% off. The app offers easy-to-navigate guided meditations — from one-off sessions to help with burnout, to full-blown courses on stress and anger — from a variety of teachers, each with different perspectives.30% off Pax 3 Complete KitPaxThe Pax 3 is one of the best cannabis vapes you can buy right now, thanks to its modern, inconspicuous design, exact temperature control, and easy-to-use single button operation. Add in an industry-leading 10-year warranty, and this is a no-brainer for anyone looking for a go-to portable smoking solution. The complete kit is currently $75 off.$50 off the Xbox Series STargetThe Xbox Series S is one of Microsoft's two current generation consoles, along with the Xbox Series X. Both consoles play the exact same games, but there are differences, most notably that the Series S does not include a disc drive so you can only play digitally downloaded titles. It's currently $50 off, an excellent deal for this powerful and popular console.  Up to 50% off at EverlaneEverlaneShop all Everlane Black Friday dealsEverlane makes some of the best basics around, and you can save 40% off select styles for everyone, including cashmere, denim, and other wardrobe essentials we've tested and loved. Additionally, Everlane is partnering with Tree People for its Black Friday Fund and will donate a dollar for every order placed. 20% off Apple MacBook Air M1 (2020)Amazon$200 off the M1 MacBook Air is a superb deal, especially when you consider the M2 MacBook Air starts at $1,200, and isn't usually discounted below $1,000.58% off Puleo International 6.5-Foot Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas TreeAmazonWe recommend the Puleo International Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree for a charming, snow-covered look. The pre-strung 350 incandescent lights give the tree a warm brightness. For Black Friday 2022, get it for an all-time low price.Check out our guide to the best artificial Christmas trees.43% off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$96 off Wüsthof Classic Hollow Edge 2-Piece Chef's Knife SetAmazonWüsthof is one of the top names in knife making. This set features a 6-inch chef's knife and a 3.5-inch paring knife, which should cover you for most tasks. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.52% off DevaCurl SuperCreamAmazonDevaCurl's Supercream provides definition and hydration without weighing down medium and coarse wavy, curly, and coiled hair. You'll typically pay full price, but for Black Friday 2022, it's down to its lowest price ever at 50% off.28% off Tile Mate Bluetooth TrackerAmazonThe Tile Mate is designed to help you find easily misplaced items and attaches to keys, pet collars, and other important items. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen this year.Check out our hands-on comparison of Tile Trackers to Apple AirTags.Get Hulu and Disney Plus for $5 a monthHuluDuring Black Friday, you get Hulu (with ads) and Disney+ (no ads) for just $5 per month for a full year. This deal saves you $11 per month off the regular price of the two services when purchased separately. Learn more about the Disney+ x Hulu bundle Black Friday deal.$200 off iRobot Roomba i3+, our favorite robot vacuumiRobotThe iRobot Roomba i3+ does more than your average robot vacuum. It develops personalized cleaning schedules and empties itself. It also does an outstanding job of cleaning. That's why we made it the top pick in our robot vacuum guide. Usually, it costs more than your average robot vacuum, but during Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've ever seen.$10 off Best Friends by Sheri The Original Calming Donut Dog BedChewyThe Best Friends by Sheri the Original Calming Donut Dog Bed has a rounded shape that cradles a dog and helps them calm down naturally. It's our top pick for the best calming dog bed and rarely goes on sale. Right now, you can get it for its lowest price ever on select colors.Read our guide to the best dog beds.25% off Bissell Little Green Proheat Portable Carpet CleanerWayfairBissell makes some of our favorite carpet cleaners, and the Little Green ProHeat is a fantastic cleaner for removing stains and messes. During Black Friday, save 25% off.Check out our guide to the best carpet cleaners.25% off Paula's Choice Brighten + Glow KitPaula's ChoiceFor a limited time only, you can save 25% off the Paula's Choice Brighten and Glow Kit which includes the Super Boost Moisturizer and Eye Cream plus a limited-edition headband.33% off Razor A Kick ScooterTargetIt doesn't have all of the whistles and bells of an electric scooter, but a Razor A Kick Scooter will still be fun to ride. It's built durably and can collapse to be carried around. During Black Friday, it's 33% off, which is the best deal we've seen since 2020.18% off Kasa Smart Plug Ultra MiniAmazonThese smart plugs are low-profile enough to fit behind most furniture and are easy to use for basic smart home functions. During Black Friday, they're at the best price we've seen in months.55% off Kids Against Maturity Card GameAmazonKids Against Maturity is a tamer variation of the popular (and much raunchier) Cards Against Humanity. This family-friendly card game includes a mix of age-appropriate humor and innuendo for the adults' amusement. Pick it up for game nights at 55% off, the best price we've seen it offered.30% off Amazon Smart ThermostatAmazonThe Amazon Smart Home Thermostat is a simple, inexpensive smart home thermostat to control your home's temperature. It doesn't have a microphone or camera, so Alexa voice commands rely on another voice-enabled Alexa device, like an Echo smart speaker. Certain energy providers will provide benefits for switching to an energy-saving thermostat like this one, so be sure to check with yours. Right now, the thermostat is down to an all-time low price.27% off Cetaphil Daily Hydrating LotionTargetDrugstore skincare brand Cetaphil has a cult following among budget-savvy shoppers. The brand's products are formulated for sensitive skin and are fragrance-free. For Black Friday, the Daily Hydrating Moisturizer is down $4 from its typical price since this summer. Save up to 38% on Cetaphil's other cleaners and moisturizers too.Read our guide to the best skincare brands.37% off Anova Culinary Nano Sous Vide Precision CookerAmazonThe Anova Precision Cooker Nano offers accuracy and ease of use at a price unmatched by other sous vide machines. This model rarely goes to a lower price, so it's a good time to buy.See our guide to the best sous vide machines. 50% off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromWith the style and fit of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, now is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$231 off GE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub DishwasherBest BuyGE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub Dishwasher (GDT550PYRFS) is available in four colors to match your decor, operates quietly, and has impressive drying capabilities. During The Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 25% off.$340 off the S7 MaxV Ultra Robot VacuumAmazonAlthough we haven't yet tested the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot Vacuum, the brand performs consistently well in our tests. This is the most innovative vacuum Roborock has released, mopping and vacuuming simultaneously and featuring a charging base that empties the dustbin. Right now, it's on sale for the first time.40% off T-Fal Simply Cook Prep and Cook Nonstick 17-Piece SetAmazonWe haven't tested this cookware set from T-Fal, but we have tried the brand's hard anodized pan and thought it was a decent budget pick. This 17-piece set is currently $40 off for Black Friday.$70 off Ninja Foodi Power Blender & Processor SystemTargetThe Ninja SS351 Foodi Power Blender also functions as a food processor and comes with a bunch of extras, like a smoothie bowl. While we haven't tested it yet, it is extremely highly rated. The price frequently fluctuates between $180 and $200 for this model. It's not the lowest price we've seen, but you're still saving $70.35% off our favorite do-everything Instant PotJen Gushue/InsiderThe Instant Pot Duo Crisp is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, air fryer, and sous vide machine all in one, making it one of the most useful and economical small appliances we tested. While it's not the lowest we've seen it, it's the best price in months.See our guide to the best Instant Pots and electric pressure cookers.$200 off JBL Boombox 2AmazonWhen you need music for your gathering, the JBL Boombox 2 brings powerful sound and bass to keep the party going. It's one of the best Bluetooth speakers that you can get, and right now it's on sale with an excellent and rare $200 discount.40% off SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water MakerAmazonIf you're a seltzer fan, then you should consider investing in a sparkling water maker. The Terra is SodaStream's newest model that is also cordless. It comes with one CO2 cylinder and a bottle of lime Bubly Drops. For Black Friday, it's an all-time low price.39% off Coway Airmega AP-1512H True HEPA PurifierCowayCoway makes some of the best air purifiers on the market. The AP-1512HH is a reliable compact unit with a 4-stage filtration system that reduces up to 99.6% of air pollution particles. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price since early 2021.$30 off Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-Up LightSuzy Hernandez/Business InsiderThe Philips SmartSleep Connected is our top pick for the best sunrise alarm clock. It will help you fall asleep gently and wake up on time by creating stunning sunset and sunrise simulations. Right now, it's 15% off, an all-time low price that we haven't seen since last year.See our guide to the best sunrise alarm clocks.33% off the New Echo Dot with ClockAmazonThe latest of the Echo Dot lineup, the 5th Gen comes with a handful of new features including better audio and built-in Eero. Right now it's down to only $40, matching the lowest price we've seen for this new speaker.60% off Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesBeatsWhile not the newest headphones in the Beats lineup, the Beats Solo3 are still a solid pair of over-ear cans. They don't offer noise-canceling capabilities, but they're still a versatile pair of headphones that deliver balanced sound and 40 hours of listening time. At $80, they're at an all-time low for Black Friday with the best price we've seen.13% off TeeTurtle Reversible Narwhal PlushieAmazonMore than just a cuddly stuffed animal, TeeTurtle's reversible plushies let you express your mood. Don't feel like talking to anyone, just turn the animal to the frowny face side. For Black Friday, the narwhal stuffie is a modest 13% off.54% off UBeesize Ring Light with TripodAmazonWhether you're aiming to make more professional-looking TikToks or want something portable for your next trip, you can't beat this steep discount on a ring light tripod. The ring lighting helps improve the overall picture quality, but you can remove it if you're shooting landscapes or in a lot of natural light. At 54% off, this tripod comes in at under $20.51% off Rosyclo Cloud SlippersAmazonWhile not the exact same pair, these cloud slippers are nearly identical in design to the ones our executive editor Sally Kaplan owns and loves. Your discount will depend on the size and color you select, but we're seeing an average savings of 51% on these trendy cloud slippers.53% off Coodoo Magnetic Blocks Tough Building Tiles Starter SetAmazonSimilar to ultra popular Magna-Tiles, these magnetic building blocks snap together quickly so you can build creatively. You can grab this starter set of 30 pieces for 48%, plus an extra 5% off when you clip the coupon on the page. For under $20, this set makes a great gift for the kiddo in your life.40% off TikTok's favorite vegetable chopperAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.62% off National Tree Company Pre-Lit Artificial Full Christmas Tree, 6.5 FeetAmazonIf you're still in the market for a Christmas tree, this 6.5 foot pre-lit Dunhill Fir tree is steeply discounted at 62% off for Black Friday; the lowest price we've ever seen for this tree.40% off the Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric ToothbrushAmazonWe love this electric toothbrush as a budget-friendly option that doesn't compromise on performance. It's also the path of least resistance to helping your teen build their own healthy habits. At 40% off for Black Friday, this is the lowest price we've seen all year.30% off sauces from Fly By JingFly by JingFly By Jing makes one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.20% off Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing TreatmentAmazonThough pricey, Olaplex's Hair Perfector is a cult favorite in beauty circles. At 20% off, it makes a thoughtful gift for anyone heard complaining about their split ends in the winter, this immensely popular hair treatment repairs brittle, dry hair and adds much-needed moisture.20% off Sengled Smart Light BulbSengledSengled's smart color-changing light bulb is significantly more affordable than bulbs from big names like Philips. For about $12, this single bulb is more affordable than ever.50% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.35% off iRobot Roomba 694AmazonThis robot vacuum can be automated to work around your home schedule, and also works with virtual assistants like Alexa and Google Home. It's not the most powerful Roomba, but it handles hardwood floors, pet hair, and short carpets without issue. It's on sale for $95 off during Black Friday. 26% off Hydro Flask Wide Mouth BottleMarathon SportsHydro Flask makes some of our favorite water bottles — they're basically indestructible without being bulky or heavy, and keep hot and cold beverages at their original temperature for at least 12 hours. It's a solid, pragmatic gift for anyone who complains about forgetting to hydrate or is on the hunt for a reliable thermos.See our guide to the best water bottles. 37% off Revlon One-Step Hair DryerAmazonThis hair tool combines styling, drying, and volumizing your hair into one simple step. It's comparable to the expensive Dyson Airwrap, but for a fraction of the cost. Down to $25, this is one of the best deals we've seen for it all year.See our guide to the best hair dryers. 50% off Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021)RokuCompared to the Roku Streaming Stick+, the new Streaming Stick 4K provides an improved viewing experience by adding support for Dolby Vision. This advanced high dynamic range (HDR) format can provide better picture quality on TVs that support it. Right now you can get it on sale for only $25, the best price we've seen for it yet.34% off Hisense 50-inch U6 QLED 4K Fire TVAmazonThis 50-inch 4K display has Amazon's Fire TV platform built-in for easy access to tons of popular streaming apps. It also boasts advanced picture quality features like wide color support, up to 600 nits of brightness, and local dimming. At a deal price of $350, this is an excellent option for buyers who want a smaller TV that doesn't sacrifice image performance.60% off Google Nest MiniBest BuyThe Google Nest Mini is a compact and effective smart speaker that's powered by the very useful Google Assistant. Right now, it's one of the best prices we've seen for the device.See our guide to the best smart speakers. Get $50 off and 2 free games when you buy a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB)AmazonAs part of a special Black Friday promotion, you can now snag a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB) with two free games, Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4, for $350. The headset typically comes with Beat Saber for $400, so this deal saves you $50 and adds an extra free game.See our guide to the best VR headsets. 50% off It Takes TwoAmazonThe 2021 game of the year is an entirely cooperative game that lets a friend join-in online, even if they don't own the game. This price matches the lowest we've seen to date.Up to 50% off shoes at Rothy'sRothy'sShop the Rothy's Black Friday saleRothy's, one of our favorite shoe brands, is holding a rare and massive sale on soon-to-be-archived styles. We're seeing discounts as deep as 50% on flats, sneakers, bags, and loafers. We've tested all sorts of Rothy styles, from the brand's flats to its sneakers. Check out some of the sale styles we're eyeing below:  40% off Samsung 65-Inch Class OLED TVAmazonSamsung's first 4K OLED is also one of the very first OLED TVs to feature quantum dots. This technology allows the display to produce a wider range of colors than typical OLEDs. $1,800 is a new low price for this brand-new high-end set.34% off the Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot VacuumWalmartThis Eufy robot vacuum connects to your phone for easy scheduling and will run for over an hour with a single charge. Down to $99, this is a rare drop that beats previous deals we've seen.Check out our robot vacuum buying guide for more on our favorite models. 50% off Melissa & Doug PAW Patrol PAWtroller Activity CenterTargetIf there's a little one in your life who loves Paw Patrol, this activity center will provide hours of fun. You can grab it for 50% off during Target's Black Friday sale.$500 off Hydrow rowing machinesHydrowThe Hydrow Connected Rower is the Peloton of at-home rowing machines, bringing interactive rowing workouts right to your living room. It's on sale for $500 off its normal price during Best Buy's Black Friday sale which is one of the lowest prices we've seen it at.Check out our review of the Hydrow to learn more about what makes this a stellar piece of exercise equipment. Stellar deals on tech brands from across the webApple; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderTech is synonymous with Black Friday, and we're seeing big discounts on TVs, computers, cameras, phones, accessories, gaming gear, and more . In addition to deals from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, most tech companies are offering savings at their online stores. Here are our favorite companies whose products we've tested and trust.Adobe: Creative Cloud All Apps is 27% off for all users for the first year, 71% off for students and teachers for the first year; 40% off Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements.Anker: 20% to 25% off power banks and charging stations.Apple: Gift cards of varying amounts on qualifying purchases.Belkin: 25% off sitewide with code BF22.Bellroy: Up to 33% off phone cases, bags, wallets, and accessories.Case-Mate: Up to 60% off sitewide with code BFCM22, include LuMee, Pelican, and Fuel.CD Keys: Up to 96% off games for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.Courant: 20% off sitewide on chargers and accessories.Dell: Up to 60% on laptops, desktops, and monitors.DJI: Up to 30% off select drones and cameras. Epson: Up to 46% off select printers, projectors, and business machines.Goal Zero: Up to 20% off select power stations, portable batteries, solar panels, lights, and more.Google: $50-$150 off Google Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 smartphones.GoPro: 15% off sitewide on cameras, accessories, and more.Griffin: 50% off sitewide on cables, chargers, batteries, and more.HP: Up to 70% on laptops, desktops, monitors, printers, and more.Incase: 50% off sitewide on bags, laptop sleeves, cases, and more.Incipio: 50% off sitewide on phone cases and accessories.Insta360: Save up to $75 on cameras.LastPass: 25% off until 11/29.Logitech: $30 off orders over $150 and $50 off orders over $250 with code BF22USD.Microsoft: Up to $600 off Surface Pro tablet laptops.Moment: Up to 60% off select phone cases, lenses, cameras, and other photography accessories.Motorola: Save up to $1,000 on select phones.Nikon: Save up to $1,000 on DSLR and mirrorless cameras, lenses, and binoculars.Nintendo: Save up to $20 or 33% on select games.Otterbox: Free shipping on orders over $50.Peak Design: Up to 30% off camera bags and accessories.Philo: New subscribers save 80% off their first month until 11/30 with code THANKS.Samsung: Up to $350 off Samsung Galaxy Z foldable smartphones.Satechi: 25% off sitewide with code BFCM25 or 30% off $150 or more with code BFCM30.Sony: Save up to $1,500 on TVs, cameras, headphones, and other consumer electronics.Speck: 40% off sitewide until 11/27; 50% off sitewide 11/27-11/28.Steam: 20%-90% off select games until 11/29.ZAGG: 40% off sitewide on ZAGG, Mophie, InvisibleShield, and Gear4 computing and mobile hardware and accessories.29% off the De'Longhi La Specialista Arte Espresso MachineAmazonDe'Longhi is one of the best brands for home espresso makers. The Specialista Arte is one of our recommended mid-range makers and has the unique feature of a built-in tamper. This is the best price we've seen in six months on this machine.Read more about the best espresso machines we've tested here.12% off the MacBook Pro 13-inch M2AppleThe 13-inch MacBook Pro is more capable than ever. Supercharged by the next-generation M2 chip, it's Apple's most portable pro laptop, with up to 20 hours of battery life and 12% off retail. It's a surprisingly good deal when you consider this new MacBook was just released in 2022.25% off the GE Profile Opal Nugget Ice MakerWalmartOne of the few nugget ice makers on the market, the GE Profile does one task perfectly: making chewable nugget ice. It's a bulky and pricy appliance, but the unique production is worth it if you're a nugget ice loyalist. For Black Friday, it's $130 off the usual price, so it's a great time to buy the ice maker of your dreams. You can read more about why we love this deal here.$90 off the Ninja OL501 Foodi 6.5 Qt. 14-in-1WalmartTypically priced at $280, this popular multicooker is discounted by nearly $170 for Black Friday. That's a stellar price on an all-in-one kitchen appliance that can air fry, pressure cook, slow cook, sear, sous vide, and more.Check out our guide to the best multicookers.$200 off the Vitamix 6500WalmartWhile we haven't tested this specific Vitamix blender, the brand is known for its power and reliability; we expect this model to be no different. Usually priced close to $600, it's on sale for $399; a stellar discount if you're looking for a Vitamix blender.Check out our guide to the best blenders. Save 20% on a Dyson Airwrap, plus get free accessoriesDysonWith new barrels to curl and wave in both directions, brushes to control and shape, and the multi-functional Coanda smoothing dryer to dry, smooth, and hide flyaways. Existing Dyson customers can save 20% off using the code e-mailed to them on November 21. Both new and returning customers can claim $125 in free gifts with their purchase.For more information, check out our Dyson Airwrap Black Friday deal guide. Save 30% on the Apple Watch Series 7Antonio Villas-Boas/InsiderThe Apple Watch Series 7 is extremely similar to the new Series 8. It's only missing Crash Detection, body temperature sensing, and a new Low Power Mode that gives the Series 8 up to 36 hours of battery life. With that in mind, you can easily justify the $120 in savings with this deal on the Series 7.See our guide to the best Apple Watch. Save 33% on the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Cordless Stick VacuumWalmartDyson vacuums are the cream of the crop, and this Black Friday deal for the Cyclone V10 is the best we've seen in years. Equipped with a sensor to detect whether you're vacuuming a carpet or hard floor, it's the perfect vac for any room in the house. See our guide to the best vacuums. 57% off Madden 23AmazonJust released in August, Madden 23 is the newest iteration of the ever-popular EA Sports NFL video game franchise. Down to just $30, this deal is an absolute steal — and the perfect holiday gift for the football lover or sports gamer in your life. 50% off Columbia Tipton Peak Insulated JacketColumbiaColumbia jackets are ideal for layering in cold weather, as they are warm, but not too bulky. If you're looking to upgrade for this winter, 50% off this Tipton Peak Insulated Jacket is a fantastic deal for you. See our guide to the best winter coats. 50% off Kiehls Ultimate Shave CollectionNordstromWith $72 worth of product, this gift set of men's shaving products from cult favorite brand Kiehl's is a great deal at $33.60. If you use your Nordstrom card to purchase, you can also earn a $60 Note to be used on a future purchase.40% off the Carina Platform Chelsea BootMadewellA lovely take on the classic Chelsea boot, Madewell's Carina Platform Chelsea features a 2.5-inch heel and white leather uppers. It's a perfect boot that can be worn with everything from dresses to jeans, and it's currently 40% off with the code OHJOY.See our guide to the best ankle boots. 41% off the ASUS Chromebook C203XAAmazonThe Asus C203XA is designed with military-grade durability, a spill-resistant keyboard, and an anti-scratch finish, making it the perfect choice for students and classrooms. Down to only $142, this is the best price it's seen in months.See our guide to the best Chromebooks. Save $90 on the Dewalt Compact Drill/Impact Combo KitAmazonThis 20-Volt MAX Brushless Compact 2-Tool Combo Kit includes 1 cordless Drill/Driver, 1 cordless Impact Driver, two 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Batteries, 1 charger, and a carrying bag. During the Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 35% off.See our guide to the best cordless drills. Save $500 on the Samsung FrameBest BuySamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.See our guides to the best 4k TVs and OLED TVs. 75% off LifeStraw Personal Water FilterAmazonLifeStraws are portable filters that can make even some of the murkiest standing water drinkable. For backpackers and hikers, a LifeStraw can be an invaluable tool in dire situations. Down to only $13, now is a great time to buy one.3 months of Discovery Plus for $3Discovery PlusWhether you're a fan pimple popping, house flipping, explorative cooking, or ghost hunting, Discovery Plus has a series that will keep you hooked. The service's Ad-Lite plan is already very affordable year round, but right now you can join the service for only $1 a month for your first three months. It's an excellent deal we only see during major deal events, like Black Friday.See our review of the best streaming services. 44% off Chewmeter Himalayan Yaky Cheese ChewsChewyMade with potato starch and cheese, among other ingredients, Chewmeter's dog treats are rawhide-free. They were about a dollar less during Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale in October, but have been above $20 for most of the year. 25% off the Magic Bullet BlenderAmazonAt under $30, this 11-piece Magic Bullet set is a great, space-conscious gift for anyone in need of a small, sturdy blender. It comes with three different mugs as well as lids for optimal freshness.See our guide to the best blenders. 50% off JBL Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesJBLQuality over-ear headphones can get pricey, but these wireless ones from JBL offer great sound and up to 40 hours of play when fully charged. RIght now, they're a steep 50% off, costing right under $25. 40% off the Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry OvenTargetNinja is one of our favorite small appliance brands, especially for its air fryers and toaster ovens. This one combines 8 functions into a single, compact appliance: air fry, air roast, air broil, bake, bagel, toast, dehydrate, and keep warm. Right now, it's on sale for the lowest price we've seen, and if you clip the on-page coupon, you can save an additional $20.See our guide to the best air fryers and toaster ovens. 35% off athleisure at Girlfriend CollectiveGirlfriend CollectiveShop the Girlfriend Collective saleGirlfriend Collective is one of our favorite athleisure brands for its cute, sustainably made sets, bras, and leggings. Through December 9, you can get 35% off Girlfriend Collective products sitewide, with additional markdowns on select items. 3 months of HBO Max for $6SOPA Images/ShutterstockHBO Max is packed with hours of content old and new, including hits like "House of the Dragon," "The Batman," and the entire "Harry Potter" collection. It rarely sees discounts for subscribers, but now through November 28, new and returning subscribers can get their first three months of the ad-supported plan for only $6.Lowest price of the year on an Insider subscriptionInsiderInsider is offering its annual subscription at its lowest price of the year as a Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal. You'll get access to in-depth reporting, exclusive stories, pitch decks, salary databases, and more. This deal expires on November 28.Rare $10 discount on Ring Fit AdventureAmazonRing Fit Adventure is a fitness-centric game that challenges you to get off the couch and perform crunches, sit-ups, and more to defeat enemies. It even comes with a special accessory called the Ring-Con to track your movements. This game rarely goes on sale, so this $10 discount from Amazon is a good deal.Save $50 on the internet's favorite frying panOur PlaceThis sleek, matte pan is an incredible gift for minimalists: It's designed to replace eight pieces of cookware, functioning as everything from a pot to a frying pan. Normally $145, you can get it for $95 for Black Friday.See our guide to the best nonstick frying pans. 28% off Otherland candlesOtherlandOtherland is a hot candle brand right now, known for its creative packaging and custom gift sets. For Black Friday, you can get 28% off a 3-pack and 35% off 6-packs and 9-packs.See our guide to the best places for buying candles. $100 off the new Pixel 7GoogleThis is the lowest price for Google's newest smartphone, the Pixel 7. Launched only a month ago, the Pixels are desirable Android phones, thanks to their fast performance, great image quality from the cameras, and stock Android.See our guide to the best smartphones. Shop big deals on luggage from across the internetRachel Askinasi/InsiderTravel is back and it's a great time to stock up on those travel essentials you may have neglected in the past few years of pandemic. Below you'll find deals on our favorite luggage brands. Away: Up to 40% off suitcases and travel accessories. Check out our full round up of Away luggage deals.Baboon to the Moon: Up to 75% off bags and accessories.Bric's: Up to 50% off Bellagio, MyLife, Siena, and X-Bag lines.Delsey: Save 30% to 60%, plus free shipping.July: Save $30 when you spend $300, $100 when you spend $600, and $200 when you spend $1,000. Monos: Up to 40% off sitewide with code EARLYBF2022. Check out our full round up of Monos luggage deals.Nomatic: Up to 30% off luggage and 50% off travel accessories.Paravel: Up to 30% off, including Oprah's favorite foldable backpack.ROAM: Free Market Tote or Travel Pouch Set with the purchase of any piece of luggage, backpack, or duffel.Samsonite: 30% off sitewide and free shipping.Solgaard: Take 15% to 50% off sitewide. Travelpro: More than 70% off select suitcases and bags, plus save $30 when you spend $200 and $60 when you spend $300.Tumi: 40% off select suitcases, backpacks, and bags.50% off the Litter Genie PlusAmazonThe Litter Genie keeps odors from cat litter waste concealed. Deputy Editor Lauren Savoie likes that it holds several weeks' worth of waste so she doesn't have to take the trash out every time she scoops. For Chewy's Black Friday sale, it's marked down to 30% off its usual price, and over at Petco, it's 50% off — an all-time low price.50% off Paramount PlusParamount PlusNow through November 27, new and returning subscribers can get 50% off an annual plan of Paramount Plus, bringing the Essential plan down to only $25 for a full year of content. The service is home to hundreds of hours of series and movies, including titles like "Smile," "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," and "Spongebob Squarepants." This cheaper plan is ad-supported and starts with a free, one-week trial.$60 off the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired PlusThe Home DepotRing's Floodlight Cam Wired Plus combines the standard Spotlight Cam with a set of motion-activated floodlights for better lighting. The camera itself streams and records at 1080p resolution and is also motion-activated, and it includes a siren and two-way talk. The Black Friday sale matches the lowest price we've seen it available for.Shop big sales from nearly every major mattress brandLeesa/InstagramMattresses are an expensive yet important purchase. Fortunately, during Black Friday, you can save hundreds of dollars on top brands, including Casper, Purple, Nectar, and more. Don't know which mattress to buy? Our mattress expert has tested more than 60 mattresses and lists the best in our mattress guide. Also, check out our best Black Friday mattress deals hub.Amerisleep: Get $450 off any mattress and free accessories using the promo code AS450.Avocado: Get 10% off sitewide using the promo code SAVE10.Awara: Get $300 off any mattress and a free cotton sheet set, two latex pillows, and a mattress protector.Bear: Get 35% off sitewide and free accessories.Beautyrest: Save up to $800 on select mattresses.Big Fig Mattress: Get $400 off mattresses using the promo code FRIYAY.Birch: Get $400 off mattresses and two free pillows using the promo code FALLSALE400. Brooklyn Bedding: Get 30% off sitewide using promo code BFRIDAY30.Casper: Save up to $800 on mattresses using the promo code BFCM22-B.Cocoon by Sealy: Get 35% off the Chill mattresses and get a free set of sheets and pillows. DreamCloud: Get 25% off mattresses and $599 worth of accessories, including sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector. Emma: Get up to 50% off sitewide.Ghost Bed: Up to 50% off all mattresses and adjustable base bundles and get two free pillows.Helix: Save $150 when you spend $600 using promo code BFWKND150, save $250 when you spend $1,249 using promo code BFWKND250, save $300 when you spend $1,700 using promo code BFWKND300, save $350 when you spend $2,550 using promo code BFWKND350, save $400 when you spend $2,700 using promo code BFWKND400, and save $450 when you spend $2,950 using promo code BFWKND450. Plus, all purchases include two free pillows. Leesa: Save up to $700 on mattresses with two pillows included.Mattress Firm: Get up to 50% off mattresses during the early Black Friday sale.Nectar: Get 33% off sitewide.Nest Bedding: Up to 50% off select mattresses.Nolah: Save up to $700 on mattresses and get two free pillows during the early access Black Friday sale.   Purple: Get $700 off the Purple Plus Mattress plus adjustable base.Saatva: Get up to $450 off select mattresses during the Election 1-Day Flash Sale.Serta: Save up to $800 on select mattresses and mattress sets.Siena: Save $200 off any mattress.Sleep Number: Up to 40% off select beds.Tempur-Pedic: Get 30% off the Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress when you use the Insider exclusive promo code BI30.Tuft & Needle: Save up to $750 on mattresses.Wayfair: Save on big-name mattress brands like Beautyrest and Sealy. Check out our Wayfair deals roundup.Zinus: Save up to 40% off select mattresses. Editor's note: Zinus is facing a class-action lawsuit claiming that fiberglass in the company's mattresses has led to serious health issues. Check out our full article on the lawsuit for more details.Zoma: Save $150 on all mattresses using promo code WIN150.Save $300 on an LG 24-inch Smart DishwasherHome Depot; InsiderIn addition to various useful cleaning and maintenance features, the LG LDP6810SS Smart Dishwasher provides smartphone monitoring, downloadable wash cycles, and diagnostic alerts. During Black Friday, save more than $300 on it.Save $400 on our favorite mattress and get $600 in free accessoriesDreamcloudOne of our favorite mattresses, the DreamCloud Premier Hybrid Mattress offers an impressive array of features, including excellent support, a firmness that will appeal to most sleepers, and a long trial period and warranty. During the Black Friday sale, you can save $400 and get $599 of accessories included.Save $40 on the Theragun MiniTherabodyTherabody's fourth generation of massage guns introduced the Theragun Mini, a portable device that packs a percussive punch in a much smaller package. It's our favorite entry-level massage gun and it's on sale for $160 during Black Friday which is around the lowest price we've ever seen.Take $70 off the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster OvenCuisinartWhile we haven't tested this specific model, the Cuisinart TOA-70 AirFryer Toaster Oven is similar to our favorite toaster oven. During Black Friday, it's $70 off.Buy one, get one on Masterclass subscriptionsMasterClassMasterClass is one of our favorite online learning platforms and for $180, you can get a second membership free to gift when you buy the first one. It makes for a great last-minute present and a fun way to bond with someone as you watch classes remotely.$50 off DNA kits from AncestryAncestryDNAAncestry DNA makes our favorite DNA kit, and all its DNA kits are discounted for Black Friday. The cheapest one is the standard kit, coming in at $59 (normally $99).20% off our favorite bathrobe from BrooklinenBrooklinenMade from 100% Turkish cotton, this super-soft robe is the ultimate luxury gift. For Black Friday, you can get 20% off all Brooklinen products when you check out.Get a Hulu subscription for $2 a monthHulu; Alyssa Powell/InsiderHulu offers a wide array of series, movies, and originals for subscribers to enjoy, including "Bob's Burgers," "Prey," and "The Handmaid's Tale." The service only ever sees discounts during Black Friday, and this year is no exception: new and returning members can get their first year for only $2 a month when they sign up before November 28.32% off the Kindle PaperwhiteAmazonThe Kindle Paperwhite is our favorite Kindle model so far for its big screen and adjustable warm light. At 32% off, you can snag it for under $100 to gift to the avid reader in your life.Save $80 on adjustable dumbbellsBest BuyThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds, turning one pair of dumbbells into a full-on set. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.Save $70 on TCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TVBest BuyTCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TV delivers an impressive balance between image performance, smart connectivity, screen size, and cost. Down to $430, this discount matches deals we've seen for it in the past.Take 27% off the Nespresso's Vertuo coffee makerWilliams SonomaNespresso's Vertuo machine makes rich, frothy espresso at the touch of a button. This isn't the lowest price we've seen, but it does match last Black Friday's deal and it's still a solid discount.Save 20% on the GoPro Hero 11 BlackThe GoPro Hero 11 Black with its recognizable form-factor. Like the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black before it, there's a front screen for framing a shot — useful if you're vlogging or live-streaming.Les Shu/InsiderGoPro's best camera yet, the Hero 11 Black shoots incredible videos with smooth stabilization better than ever. For Black Friday, you can save $100 (20%) off the regular priceSave 15% on the Monos Metro DuffelMonosThe duffel's roomy interior is designed to keep all your essentials organized, with a sleeve that fits up to a 15" laptop and inner side pockets that allow for easy access to your water bottle or compact umbrella. The built-in trolley sleeve fits securely around the handle of any Monos suitcase for seamless pairing and converts into an extra pocket when not in use. It's discounted to under $180 ahead of Black Friday.Get a year of Peacock Premium for $1/monthPavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesNow through November 28, new subscribers can lock in a year of Peacock Premium for $1/month. That's about 80% off the regular $5 monthly price.Save 33% on the Fitbit Sense 2FitbitThe Fitbit Sense 2 is the brand's answer to the Apple Watch, featuring temperature sensing, a built-in ECG, and advanced sleep tracking. It also offers tracking for a wide variety of activities and is compatible with smartphone notifications and some apps. It's on sale for $200 during Black Friday, which is $100 off its normal price (and an excellent deal for such a full-featured smartwatch).Take 50% off the Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright VacuumAmazonThe Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright Vacuum (AZ2002) is easy to use and has powerful suction that gets the job done on hardwood and carpeting. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen.Save 24% on an HP OMEN laptopHPHP's OMEN laptops are high-performance computers that are great for creative tasks and gaming. This one is loaded with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics. Add in 16GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive, the $1,200 sale price makes it a terrific buy for a high-end machine.Take 60% off a Sealy MattressWayfairUsually priced around $800, you can now save a couple hundred dollars on this 12-inch mattress. We haven't tested this exact mattress, but we think Sealy's other bed in a box is a good budget pick.Save $200 on the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier FanDysonThough we haven't tested the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier Fan yet, we have been impressed with the cooling abilities of other Dyson fans. Right now, it's at an all-time low price for Black Friday 2022.Take 20% off Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation)AppleThe AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is the latest addition to their AirPods Pro series, a line of mid-range earbuds that feature spatial audio and noise canceling. And for just $200, this is the lowest price we've ever seen.Save 33% on a Sony 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TVAmazonSony's 2022 midrange LCD TV is a solid pick for buyers who want a good all-around 4K display. It has local dimming for improved contrast, along with wide color capabilities and support for the Google TV streaming platform. This $1,000 deal price is a new low for the 65-inch model.Save $150 on the Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillHome DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.Save 40% on the internet's favorite coatMaria Del Russo/InsiderDubbed by the internet as the "Amazon coat," this down jacket actually lives up to its hype of blending style with warmth and functionality. It comes in a range of colors from muted neutrals to bright red or yellow and is a perfect, practical gift as the winter season gets colder. The discount you'll receive depends on the color and size you choose, with an average deal of 40% off.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

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Live: 200+ best Black Friday deals to shop right now

We're rounding up the best Black Friday deals from all the best brands and every major retailer including Amazon, Walmart, and Target. We'll be keeping this page fresh with the best Black Friday deals we can find.Nintendo; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderWhen you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.With Black Friday finally here, the best Black Friday deals are finally rolling in. The internet is flush with sales, and major retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy are offering their steepest discounts of the year. We're updating this page throughout the day with the best Black Friday discounts we can find. So far, we're seeing low prices on laptops, 4K and smart TV deals, Amazon Black Friday sales, and savings on Apple products.Be sure to check back to this page often as our expert team of reporters and editors will be flagging all their favorite deals through Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Top Black Friday deals right nowMeta Quest 2 Black Friday Bundle with 2 free games: $350 (13% off)Samsung 65-inch OLED 4K TV: $1797 (40% off)Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation): $200 (20% off)Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021): $25 (50% off)Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer: $25 (37% off)Hydro Flask 32 oz. Wide Mouth Bottle: $33 (26% off)1-year Hulu subscription: $24 (75% off)Home Accents Festive Pine Christmas Tree: $50 (29% off)Kindle Paperwhite: $95 (32% off)Dyson v10 Absolute Cordless Vacuum: $399 ($200 off)The best Black Friday sales from major retailersAmazon: Major deals on nearly every category, including up to 68% off Amazon devices.Walmart: Save up to 25% on Apple AirPods and over 50% off vacs and floor cleaners from top brands like Shark and Bissell.Best Buy: Early Black Friday pricing on TVs, laptops, headphones, and more. Target: Take up to 40% off on kitchen appliances and cookware.The Home Depot: Big discounts on large appliances, tools, and holiday decorations. 50% off Headspace subscriptionHeadspaceIf you're looking to exercise some mindfulness, a subscription to Headspace is a perfect place to start, especially at 50% off. The app offers easy-to-navigate guided meditations — from one-off sessions to help with burnout, to full-blown courses on stress and anger — from a variety of teachers, each with different perspectives.30% off Pax 3 Complete KitPaxThe Pax 3 is one of the best cannabis vapes you can buy right now, thanks to its modern, inconspicuous design, exact temperature control, and easy-to-use single button operation. Add in an industry-leading 10-year warranty, and this is a no-brainer for anyone looking for a go-to portable smoking solution. The complete kit is currently $75 off.$50 off the Xbox Series STargetThe Xbox Series S is one of Microsoft's two current generation consoles, along with the Xbox Series X. Both consoles play the exact same games, but there are differences, most notably that the Series S does not include a disc drive so you can only play digitally downloaded titles. It's currently $50 off, an excellent deal for this powerful and popular console.  Up to 50% off at EverlaneEverlaneShop all Everlane Black Friday dealsEverlane makes some of the best basics around, and you can save 40% off select styles for everyone, including cashmere, denim, and other wardrobe essentials we've tested and loved. Additionally, Everlane is partnering with Tree People for its Black Friday Fund and will donate a dollar for every order placed. 20% off Apple MacBook Air M1 (2020)Amazon$200 off the M1 MacBook Air is a superb deal, especially when you consider the M2 MacBook Air starts at $1,200, and isn't usually discounted below $1,000.58% off Puleo International 6.5-Foot Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas TreeAmazonWe recommend the Puleo International Pre-Lit Flocked Slim Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree for a charming, snow-covered look. The pre-strung 350 incandescent lights give the tree a warm brightness. For Black Friday 2022, get it for an all-time low price.Check out our guide to the best artificial Christmas trees.43% off Lego Classic Bricks and AnimalsWalmartA great gift for the creative builder in your life, this set includes 1,500 pieces for endless construction. At an all-time low price for Black Friday, this is an excellent price for a full set, especially when deals on classic LEGO kits are so rare.$96 off Wüsthof Classic Hollow Edge 2-Piece Chef's Knife SetAmazonWüsthof is one of the top names in knife making. This set features a 6-inch chef's knife and a 3.5-inch paring knife, which should cover you for most tasks. During Black Friday, it's at an all-time low price.52% off DevaCurl SuperCreamAmazonDevaCurl's Supercream provides definition and hydration without weighing down medium and coarse wavy, curly, and coiled hair. You'll typically pay full price, but for Black Friday 2022, it's down to its lowest price ever at 50% off.28% off Tile Mate Bluetooth TrackerAmazonThe Tile Mate is designed to help you find easily misplaced items and attaches to keys, pet collars, and other important items. During Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've seen this year.Check out our hands-on comparison of Tile Trackers to Apple AirTags.Get Hulu and Disney Plus for $5 a monthHuluDuring Black Friday, you get Hulu (with ads) and Disney+ (no ads) for just $5 per month for a full year. This deal saves you $11 per month off the regular price of the two services when purchased separately. Learn more about the Disney+ x Hulu bundle Black Friday deal.$200 off iRobot Roomba i3+, our favorite robot vacuumiRobotThe iRobot Roomba i3+ does more than your average robot vacuum. It develops personalized cleaning schedules and empties itself. It also does an outstanding job of cleaning. That's why we made it the top pick in our robot vacuum guide. Usually, it costs more than your average robot vacuum, but during Black Friday, it's at the lowest price we've ever seen.$10 off Best Friends by Sheri The Original Calming Donut Dog BedChewyThe Best Friends by Sheri the Original Calming Donut Dog Bed has a rounded shape that cradles a dog and helps them calm down naturally. It's our top pick for the best calming dog bed and rarely goes on sale. Right now, you can get it for its lowest price ever on select colors.Read our guide to the best dog beds.25% off Bissell Little Green Proheat Portable Carpet CleanerWayfairBissell makes some of our favorite carpet cleaners, and the Little Green ProHeat is a fantastic cleaner for removing stains and messes. During Black Friday, save 25% off.Check out our guide to the best carpet cleaners.25% off Paula's Choice Brighten + Glow KitPaula's ChoiceFor a limited time only, you can save 25% off the Paula's Choice Brighten and Glow Kit which includes the Super Boost Moisturizer and Eye Cream plus a limited-edition headband.33% off Razor A Kick ScooterTargetIt doesn't have all of the whistles and bells of an electric scooter, but a Razor A Kick Scooter will still be fun to ride. It's built durably and can collapse to be carried around. During Black Friday, it's 33% off, which is the best deal we've seen since 2020.18% off Kasa Smart Plug Ultra MiniAmazonThese smart plugs are low-profile enough to fit behind most furniture and are easy to use for basic smart home functions. During Black Friday, they're at the best price we've seen in months.55% off Kids Against Maturity Card GameAmazonKids Against Maturity is a tamer variation of the popular (and much raunchier) Cards Against Humanity. This family-friendly card game includes a mix of age-appropriate humor and innuendo for the adults' amusement. Pick it up for game nights at 55% off, the best price we've seen it offered.30% off Amazon Smart ThermostatAmazonThe Amazon Smart Home Thermostat is a simple, inexpensive smart home thermostat to control your home's temperature. It doesn't have a microphone or camera, so Alexa voice commands rely on another voice-enabled Alexa device, like an Echo smart speaker. Certain energy providers will provide benefits for switching to an energy-saving thermostat like this one, so be sure to check with yours. Right now, the thermostat is down to an all-time low price.27% off Cetaphil Daily Hydrating LotionTargetDrugstore skincare brand Cetaphil has a cult following among budget-savvy shoppers. The brand's products are formulated for sensitive skin and are fragrance-free. For Black Friday, the Daily Hydrating Moisturizer is down $4 from its typical price since this summer. Save up to 38% on Cetaphil's other cleaners and moisturizers too.Read our guide to the best skincare brands.37% off Anova Culinary Nano Sous Vide Precision CookerAmazonThe Anova Precision Cooker Nano offers accuracy and ease of use at a price unmatched by other sous vide machines. This model rarely goes to a lower price, so it's a good time to buy.See our guide to the best sous vide machines. 50% off Bonobos Stretch Washed Chino 2.0NordstromWith the style and fit of classic chinos, this pair features added stretch for comfort. At 50% off, now is a good time to add more colors to your wardrobe.$231 off GE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub DishwasherBest BuyGE Top Control Built-In Tall Tub Dishwasher (GDT550PYRFS) is available in four colors to match your decor, operates quietly, and has impressive drying capabilities. During The Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 25% off.$340 off the S7 MaxV Ultra Robot VacuumAmazonAlthough we haven't yet tested the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot Vacuum, the brand performs consistently well in our tests. This is the most innovative vacuum Roborock has released, mopping and vacuuming simultaneously and featuring a charging base that empties the dustbin. Right now, it's on sale for the first time.40% off T-Fal Simply Cook Prep and Cook Nonstick 17-Piece SetAmazonWe haven't tested this cookware set from T-Fal, but we have tried the brand's hard anodized pan and thought it was a decent budget pick. This 17-piece set is currently $40 off for Black Friday.$70 off Ninja Foodi Power Blender & Processor SystemTargetThe Ninja SS351 Foodi Power Blender also functions as a food processor and comes with a bunch of extras, like a smoothie bowl. While we haven't tested it yet, it is extremely highly rated. The price frequently fluctuates between $180 and $200 for this model. It's not the lowest price we've seen, but you're still saving $70.35% off our favorite do-everything Instant PotJen Gushue/InsiderThe Instant Pot Duo Crisp is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, air fryer, and sous vide machine all in one, making it one of the most useful and economical small appliances we tested. While it's not the lowest we've seen it, it's the best price in months.See our guide to the best Instant Pots and electric pressure cookers.$200 off JBL Boombox 2AmazonWhen you need music for your gathering, the JBL Boombox 2 brings powerful sound and bass to keep the party going. It's one of the best Bluetooth speakers that you can get, and right now it's on sale with an excellent and rare $200 discount.40% off SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water MakerAmazonIf you're a seltzer fan, then you should consider investing in a sparkling water maker. The Terra is SodaStream's newest model that is also cordless. It comes with one CO2 cylinder and a bottle of lime Bubly Drops. For Black Friday, it's an all-time low price.39% off Coway Airmega AP-1512H True HEPA PurifierCowayCoway makes some of the best air purifiers on the market. The AP-1512HH is a reliable compact unit with a 4-stage filtration system that reduces up to 99.6% of air pollution particles. This Black Friday deal is the lowest price since early 2021.$30 off Philips SmartSleep Connected Sleep and Wake-Up LightSuzy Hernandez/Business InsiderThe Philips SmartSleep Connected is our top pick for the best sunrise alarm clock. It will help you fall asleep gently and wake up on time by creating stunning sunset and sunrise simulations. Right now, it's 15% off, an all-time low price that we haven't seen since last year.See our guide to the best sunrise alarm clocks.33% off the New Echo Dot with ClockAmazonThe latest of the Echo Dot lineup, the 5th Gen comes with a handful of new features including better audio and built-in Eero. Right now it's down to only $40, matching the lowest price we've seen for this new speaker.60% off Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesBeatsWhile not the newest headphones in the Beats lineup, the Beats Solo3 are still a solid pair of over-ear cans. They don't offer noise-canceling capabilities, but they're still a versatile pair of headphones that deliver balanced sound and 40 hours of listening time. At $80, they're at an all-time low for Black Friday with the best price we've seen.13% off TeeTurtle Reversible Narwhal PlushieAmazonMore than just a cuddly stuffed animal, TeeTurtle's reversible plushies let you express your mood. Don't feel like talking to anyone, just turn the animal to the frowny face side. For Black Friday, the narwhal stuffie is a modest 13% off.54% off UBeesize Ring Light with TripodAmazonWhether you're aiming to make more professional-looking TikToks or want something portable for your next trip, you can't beat this steep discount on a ring light tripod. The ring lighting helps improve the overall picture quality, but you can remove it if you're shooting landscapes or in a lot of natural light. At 54% off, this tripod comes in at under $20.51% off Rosyclo Cloud SlippersAmazonWhile not the exact same pair, these cloud slippers are nearly identical in design to the ones our executive editor Sally Kaplan owns and loves. Your discount will depend on the size and color you select, but we're seeing an average savings of 51% on these trendy cloud slippers.53% off Coodoo Magnetic Blocks Tough Building Tiles Starter SetAmazonSimilar to ultra popular Magna-Tiles, these magnetic building blocks snap together quickly so you can build creatively. You can grab this starter set of 30 pieces for 48%, plus an extra 5% off when you clip the coupon on the page. For under $20, this set makes a great gift for the kiddo in your life.40% off TikTok's favorite vegetable chopperAmazonOne of TikTok's favorite gadgets, this chopper can dice an entire onion with just a single push of your palm. For Black Friday, it's the lowest price we've seen in months at around 40% off. As a bonus, it comes with a spiralizing attachment for making zoodles.62% off National Tree Company Pre-Lit Artificial Full Christmas Tree, 6.5 FeetAmazonIf you're still in the market for a Christmas tree, this 6.5 foot pre-lit Dunhill Fir tree is steeply discounted at 62% off for Black Friday; the lowest price we've ever seen for this tree.40% off the Oral-B Pro 1000 Electric ToothbrushAmazonWe love this electric toothbrush as a budget-friendly option that doesn't compromise on performance. It's also the path of least resistance to helping your teen build their own healthy habits. At 40% off for Black Friday, this is the lowest price we've seen all year.30% off sauces from Fly By JingFly by JingFly By Jing makes one of our favorite chili crisps, and the By Jing box offers a range of Sichuan sauces, including the tangy Zhong sauce and potent Mala spice mix. At 30% for the first time ever, it's the perfect foodie holiday gift.20% off Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing TreatmentAmazonThough pricey, Olaplex's Hair Perfector is a cult favorite in beauty circles. At 20% off, it makes a thoughtful gift for anyone heard complaining about their split ends in the winter, this immensely popular hair treatment repairs brittle, dry hair and adds much-needed moisture.20% off Sengled Smart Light BulbSengledSengled's smart color-changing light bulb is significantly more affordable than bulbs from big names like Philips. For about $12, this single bulb is more affordable than ever.50% off Casper Essential PillowAmazonWe're fans of Casper's pillows; we ranked the Original as the best pillow for side sleepers in our buying guide to the best pillows you can buy. The Essential pillow is soft and breathable on the outside and supportive on the inside. At $30, it matches the lowest price we've come across this year.35% off iRobot Roomba 694AmazonThis robot vacuum can be automated to work around your home schedule, and also works with virtual assistants like Alexa and Google Home. It's not the most powerful Roomba, but it handles hardwood floors, pet hair, and short carpets without issue. It's on sale for $95 off during Black Friday. 26% off Hydro Flask Wide Mouth BottleMarathon SportsHydro Flask makes some of our favorite water bottles — they're basically indestructible without being bulky or heavy, and keep hot and cold beverages at their original temperature for at least 12 hours. It's a solid, pragmatic gift for anyone who complains about forgetting to hydrate or is on the hunt for a reliable thermos.See our guide to the best water bottles. 37% off Revlon One-Step Hair DryerAmazonThis hair tool combines styling, drying, and volumizing your hair into one simple step. It's comparable to the expensive Dyson Airwrap, but for a fraction of the cost. Down to $25, this is one of the best deals we've seen for it all year.See our guide to the best hair dryers. 50% off Roku Streaming Stick 4K (2021)RokuCompared to the Roku Streaming Stick+, the new Streaming Stick 4K provides an improved viewing experience by adding support for Dolby Vision. This advanced high dynamic range (HDR) format can provide better picture quality on TVs that support it. Right now you can get it on sale for only $25, the best price we've seen for it yet.34% off Hisense 50-inch U6 QLED 4K Fire TVAmazonThis 50-inch 4K display has Amazon's Fire TV platform built-in for easy access to tons of popular streaming apps. It also boasts advanced picture quality features like wide color support, up to 600 nits of brightness, and local dimming. At a deal price of $350, this is an excellent option for buyers who want a smaller TV that doesn't sacrifice image performance.60% off Google Nest MiniBest BuyThe Google Nest Mini is a compact and effective smart speaker that's powered by the very useful Google Assistant. Right now, it's one of the best prices we've seen for the device.See our guide to the best smart speakers. Get $50 off and 2 free games when you buy a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB)AmazonAs part of a special Black Friday promotion, you can now snag a Meta Quest 2 VR headset (128GB) with two free games, Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4, for $350. The headset typically comes with Beat Saber for $400, so this deal saves you $50 and adds an extra free game.See our guide to the best VR headsets. 50% off It Takes TwoAmazonThe 2021 game of the year is an entirely cooperative game that lets a friend join-in online, even if they don't own the game. This price matches the lowest we've seen to date.Up to 50% off shoes at Rothy'sRothy'sShop the Rothy's Black Friday saleRothy's, one of our favorite shoe brands, is holding a rare and massive sale on soon-to-be-archived styles. We're seeing discounts as deep as 50% on flats, sneakers, bags, and loafers. We've tested all sorts of Rothy styles, from the brand's flats to its sneakers. Check out some of the sale styles we're eyeing below:  40% off Samsung 65-Inch Class OLED TVAmazonSamsung's first 4K OLED is also one of the very first OLED TVs to feature quantum dots. This technology allows the display to produce a wider range of colors than typical OLEDs. $1,800 is a new low price for this brand-new high-end set.34% off the Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot VacuumWalmartThis Eufy robot vacuum connects to your phone for easy scheduling and will run for over an hour with a single charge. Down to $99, this is a rare drop that beats previous deals we've seen.Check out our robot vacuum buying guide for more on our favorite models. 50% off Melissa & Doug PAW Patrol PAWtroller Activity CenterTargetIf there's a little one in your life who loves Paw Patrol, this activity center will provide hours of fun. You can grab it for 50% off during Target's Black Friday sale.$500 off Hydrow rowing machinesHydrowThe Hydrow Connected Rower is the Peloton of at-home rowing machines, bringing interactive rowing workouts right to your living room. It's on sale for $500 off its normal price during Best Buy's Black Friday sale which is one of the lowest prices we've seen it at.Check out our review of the Hydrow to learn more about what makes this a stellar piece of exercise equipment. Stellar deals on tech brands from across the webApple; Amazon; Alyssa Powell/InsiderTech is synonymous with Black Friday, and we're seeing big discounts on TVs, computers, cameras, phones, accessories, gaming gear, and more . In addition to deals from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, most tech companies are offering savings at their online stores. Here are our favorite companies whose products we've tested and trust.Adobe: Creative Cloud All Apps is 27% off for all users for the first year, 71% off for students and teachers for the first year; 40% off Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements.Anker: 20% to 25% off power banks and charging stations.Apple: Gift cards of varying amounts on qualifying purchases.Belkin: 25% off sitewide with code BF22.Bellroy: Up to 33% off phone cases, bags, wallets, and accessories.Case-Mate: Up to 60% off sitewide with code BFCM22, include LuMee, Pelican, and Fuel.CD Keys: Up to 96% off games for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.Courant: 20% off sitewide on chargers and accessories.Dell: Up to 60% on laptops, desktops, and monitors.DJI: Up to 30% off select drones and cameras. Epson: Up to 46% off select printers, projectors, and business machines.Goal Zero: Up to 20% off select power stations, portable batteries, solar panels, lights, and more.Google: $50-$150 off Google Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 smartphones.GoPro: 15% off sitewide on cameras, accessories, and more.Griffin: 50% off sitewide on cables, chargers, batteries, and more.HP: Up to 70% on laptops, desktops, monitors, printers, and more.Incase: 50% off sitewide on bags, laptop sleeves, cases, and more.Incipio: 50% off sitewide on phone cases and accessories.Insta360: Save up to $75 on cameras.LastPass: 25% off until 11/29.Logitech: $30 off orders over $150 and $50 off orders over $250 with code BF22USD.Microsoft: Up to $600 off Surface Pro tablet laptops.Moment: Up to 60% off select phone cases, lenses, cameras, and other photography accessories.Motorola: Save up to $1,000 on select phones.Nikon: Save up to $1,000 on DSLR and mirrorless cameras, lenses, and binoculars.Nintendo: Save up to $20 or 33% on select games.Otterbox: Free shipping on orders over $50.Peak Design: Up to 30% off camera bags and accessories.Philo: New subscribers save 80% off their first month until 11/30 with code THANKS.Samsung: Up to $350 off Samsung Galaxy Z foldable smartphones.Satechi: 25% off sitewide with code BFCM25 or 30% off $150 or more with code BFCM30.Sony: Save up to $1,500 on TVs, cameras, headphones, and other consumer electronics.Speck: 40% off sitewide until 11/27; 50% off sitewide 11/27-11/28.Steam: 20%-90% off select games until 11/29.ZAGG: 40% off sitewide on ZAGG, Mophie, InvisibleShield, and Gear4 computing and mobile hardware and accessories.29% off the De'Longhi La Specialista Arte Espresso MachineAmazonDe'Longhi is one of the best brands for home espresso makers. The Specialista Arte is one of our recommended mid-range makers and has the unique feature of a built-in tamper. This is the best price we've seen in six months on this machine.Read more about the best espresso machines we've tested here.12% off the MacBook Pro 13-inch M2AppleThe 13-inch MacBook Pro is more capable than ever. Supercharged by the next-generation M2 chip, it's Apple's most portable pro laptop, with up to 20 hours of battery life and 12% off retail. It's a surprisingly good deal when you consider this new MacBook was just released in 2022.25% off the GE Profile Opal Nugget Ice MakerWalmartOne of the few nugget ice makers on the market, the GE Profile does one task perfectly: making chewable nugget ice. It's a bulky and pricy appliance, but the unique production is worth it if you're a nugget ice loyalist. For Black Friday, it's $130 off the usual price, so it's a great time to buy the ice maker of your dreams. You can read more about why we love this deal here.$90 off the Ninja OL501 Foodi 6.5 Qt. 14-in-1WalmartTypically priced at $280, this popular multicooker is discounted by nearly $170 for Black Friday. That's a stellar price on an all-in-one kitchen appliance that can air fry, pressure cook, slow cook, sear, sous vide, and more.Check out our guide to the best multicookers.$200 off the Vitamix 6500WalmartWhile we haven't tested this specific Vitamix blender, the brand is known for its power and reliability; we expect this model to be no different. Usually priced close to $600, it's on sale for $399; a stellar discount if you're looking for a Vitamix blender.Check out our guide to the best blenders. Save 20% on a Dyson Airwrap, plus get free accessoriesDysonWith new barrels to curl and wave in both directions, brushes to control and shape, and the multi-functional Coanda smoothing dryer to dry, smooth, and hide flyaways. Existing Dyson customers can save 20% off using the code e-mailed to them on November 21. Both new and returning customers can claim $125 in free gifts with their purchase.For more information, check out our Dyson Airwrap Black Friday deal guide. Save 30% on the Apple Watch Series 7Antonio Villas-Boas/InsiderThe Apple Watch Series 7 is extremely similar to the new Series 8. It's only missing Crash Detection, body temperature sensing, and a new Low Power Mode that gives the Series 8 up to 36 hours of battery life. With that in mind, you can easily justify the $120 in savings with this deal on the Series 7.See our guide to the best Apple Watch. Save 33% on the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Cordless Stick VacuumWalmartDyson vacuums are the cream of the crop, and this Black Friday deal for the Cyclone V10 is the best we've seen in years. Equipped with a sensor to detect whether you're vacuuming a carpet or hard floor, it's the perfect vac for any room in the house. See our guide to the best vacuums. 57% off Madden 23AmazonJust released in August, Madden 23 is the newest iteration of the ever-popular EA Sports NFL video game franchise. Down to just $30, this deal is an absolute steal — and the perfect holiday gift for the football lover or sports gamer in your life. 50% off Columbia Tipton Peak Insulated JacketColumbiaColumbia jackets are ideal for layering in cold weather, as they are warm, but not too bulky. If you're looking to upgrade for this winter, 50% off this Tipton Peak Insulated Jacket is a fantastic deal for you. See our guide to the best winter coats. 50% off Kiehls Ultimate Shave CollectionNordstromWith $72 worth of product, this gift set of men's shaving products from cult favorite brand Kiehl's is a great deal at $33.60. If you use your Nordstrom card to purchase, you can also earn a $60 Note to be used on a future purchase.40% off the Carina Platform Chelsea BootMadewellA lovely take on the classic Chelsea boot, Madewell's Carina Platform Chelsea features a 2.5-inch heel and white leather uppers. It's a perfect boot that can be worn with everything from dresses to jeans, and it's currently 40% off with the code OHJOY.See our guide to the best ankle boots. 41% off the ASUS Chromebook C203XAAmazonThe Asus C203XA is designed with military-grade durability, a spill-resistant keyboard, and an anti-scratch finish, making it the perfect choice for students and classrooms. Down to only $142, this is the best price it's seen in months.See our guide to the best Chromebooks. Save $90 on the Dewalt Compact Drill/Impact Combo KitAmazonThis 20-Volt MAX Brushless Compact 2-Tool Combo Kit includes 1 cordless Drill/Driver, 1 cordless Impact Driver, two 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Batteries, 1 charger, and a carrying bag. During the Home Depot's early Black Friday sale, it's 35% off.See our guide to the best cordless drills. Save $500 on the Samsung FrameBest BuySamsung's QN55LS03B The Frame QLED has a matte display and thin build that makes it look more like a piece of art than a TV. We've rarely seen the price dip below $1,200, and it's usually closer to $1,500 so now is a great time to buy if you've been considering this model.See our guides to the best 4k TVs and OLED TVs. 75% off LifeStraw Personal Water FilterAmazonLifeStraws are portable filters that can make even some of the murkiest standing water drinkable. For backpackers and hikers, a LifeStraw can be an invaluable tool in dire situations. Down to only $13, now is a great time to buy one.3 months of Discovery Plus for $3Discovery PlusWhether you're a fan pimple popping, house flipping, explorative cooking, or ghost hunting, Discovery Plus has a series that will keep you hooked. The service's Ad-Lite plan is already very affordable year round, but right now you can join the service for only $1 a month for your first three months. It's an excellent deal we only see during major deal events, like Black Friday.See our review of the best streaming services. 44% off Chewmeter Himalayan Yaky Cheese ChewsChewyMade with potato starch and cheese, among other ingredients, Chewmeter's dog treats are rawhide-free. They were about a dollar less during Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale in October, but have been above $20 for most of the year. 25% off the Magic Bullet BlenderAmazonAt under $30, this 11-piece Magic Bullet set is a great, space-conscious gift for anyone in need of a small, sturdy blender. It comes with three different mugs as well as lids for optimal freshness.See our guide to the best blenders. 50% off JBL Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear HeadphonesJBLQuality over-ear headphones can get pricey, but these wireless ones from JBL offer great sound and up to 40 hours of play when fully charged. RIght now, they're a steep 50% off, costing right under $25. 40% off the Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry OvenTargetNinja is one of our favorite small appliance brands, especially for its air fryers and toaster ovens. This one combines 8 functions into a single, compact appliance: air fry, air roast, air broil, bake, bagel, toast, dehydrate, and keep warm. Right now, it's on sale for the lowest price we've seen, and if you clip the on-page coupon, you can save an additional $20.See our guide to the best air fryers and toaster ovens. 35% off athleisure at Girlfriend CollectiveGirlfriend CollectiveShop the Girlfriend Collective saleGirlfriend Collective is one of our favorite athleisure brands for its cute, sustainably made sets, bras, and leggings. Through December 9, you can get 35% off Girlfriend Collective products sitewide, with additional markdowns on select items. 3 months of HBO Max for $6SOPA Images/ShutterstockHBO Max is packed with hours of content old and new, including hits like "House of the Dragon," "The Batman," and the entire "Harry Potter" collection. It rarely sees discounts for subscribers, but now through November 28, new and returning subscribers can get their first three months of the ad-supported plan for only $6.Lowest price of the year on an Insider subscriptionInsiderInsider is offering its annual subscription at its lowest price of the year as a Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal. You'll get access to in-depth reporting, exclusive stories, pitch decks, salary databases, and more. This deal expires on November 28.Rare $10 discount on Ring Fit AdventureAmazonRing Fit Adventure is a fitness-centric game that challenges you to get off the couch and perform crunches, sit-ups, and more to defeat enemies. It even comes with a special accessory called the Ring-Con to track your movements. This game rarely goes on sale, so this $10 discount from Amazon is a good deal.Save $50 on the internet's favorite frying panOur PlaceThis sleek, matte pan is an incredible gift for minimalists: It's designed to replace eight pieces of cookware, functioning as everything from a pot to a frying pan. Normally $145, you can get it for $95 for Black Friday.See our guide to the best nonstick frying pans. 28% off Otherland candlesOtherlandOtherland is a hot candle brand right now, known for its creative packaging and custom gift sets. For Black Friday, you can get 28% off a 3-pack and 35% off 6-packs and 9-packs.See our guide to the best places for buying candles. $100 off the new Pixel 7GoogleThis is the lowest price for Google's newest smartphone, the Pixel 7. Launched only a month ago, the Pixels are desirable Android phones, thanks to their fast performance, great image quality from the cameras, and stock Android.See our guide to the best smartphones. Shop big deals on luggage from across the internetRachel Askinasi/InsiderTravel is back and it's a great time to stock up on those travel essentials you may have neglected in the past few years of pandemic. Below you'll find deals on our favorite luggage brands. Away: Up to 40% off suitcases and travel accessories. Check out our full round up of Away luggage deals.Baboon to the Moon: Up to 75% off bags and accessories.Bric's: Up to 50% off Bellagio, MyLife, Siena, and X-Bag lines.Delsey: Save 30% to 60%, plus free shipping.July: Save $30 when you spend $300, $100 when you spend $600, and $200 when you spend $1,000. Monos: Up to 40% off sitewide with code EARLYBF2022. Check out our full round up of Monos luggage deals.Nomatic: Up to 30% off luggage and 50% off travel accessories.Paravel: Up to 30% off, including Oprah's favorite foldable backpack.ROAM: Free Market Tote or Travel Pouch Set with the purchase of any piece of luggage, backpack, or duffel.Samsonite: 30% off sitewide and free shipping.Solgaard: Take 15% to 50% off sitewide. Travelpro: More than 70% off select suitcases and bags, plus save $30 when you spend $200 and $60 when you spend $300.Tumi: 40% off select suitcases, backpacks, and bags.50% off the Litter Genie PlusAmazonThe Litter Genie keeps odors from cat litter waste concealed. Deputy Editor Lauren Savoie likes that it holds several weeks' worth of waste so she doesn't have to take the trash out every time she scoops. For Chewy's Black Friday sale, it's marked down to 30% off its usual price, and over at Petco, it's 50% off — an all-time low price.50% off Paramount PlusParamount PlusNow through November 27, new and returning subscribers can get 50% off an annual plan of Paramount Plus, bringing the Essential plan down to only $25 for a full year of content. The service is home to hundreds of hours of series and movies, including titles like "Smile," "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," and "Spongebob Squarepants." This cheaper plan is ad-supported and starts with a free, one-week trial.$60 off the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired PlusThe Home DepotRing's Floodlight Cam Wired Plus combines the standard Spotlight Cam with a set of motion-activated floodlights for better lighting. The camera itself streams and records at 1080p resolution and is also motion-activated, and it includes a siren and two-way talk. The Black Friday sale matches the lowest price we've seen it available for.Shop big sales from nearly every major mattress brandLeesa/InstagramMattresses are an expensive yet important purchase. Fortunately, during Black Friday, you can save hundreds of dollars on top brands, including Casper, Purple, Nectar, and more. Don't know which mattress to buy? Our mattress expert has tested more than 60 mattresses and lists the best in our mattress guide. Also, check out our best Black Friday mattress deals hub.Amerisleep: Get $450 off any mattress and free accessories using the promo code AS450.Avocado: Get 10% off sitewide using the promo code SAVE10.Awara: Get $300 off any mattress and a free cotton sheet set, two latex pillows, and a mattress protector.Bear: Get 35% off sitewide and free accessories.Beautyrest: Save up to $800 on select mattresses.Big Fig Mattress: Get $400 off mattresses using the promo code FRIYAY.Birch: Get $400 off mattresses and two free pillows using the promo code FALLSALE400. Brooklyn Bedding: Get 30% off sitewide using promo code BFRIDAY30.Casper: Save up to $800 on mattresses using the promo code BFCM22-B.Cocoon by Sealy: Get 35% off the Chill mattresses and get a free set of sheets and pillows. DreamCloud: Get 25% off mattresses and $599 worth of accessories, including sheets, pillows, and a mattress protector. Emma: Get up to 50% off sitewide.Ghost Bed: Up to 50% off all mattresses and adjustable base bundles and get two free pillows.Helix: Save $150 when you spend $600 using promo code BFWKND150, save $250 when you spend $1,249 using promo code BFWKND250, save $300 when you spend $1,700 using promo code BFWKND300, save $350 when you spend $2,550 using promo code BFWKND350, save $400 when you spend $2,700 using promo code BFWKND400, and save $450 when you spend $2,950 using promo code BFWKND450. Plus, all purchases include two free pillows. Leesa: Save up to $700 on mattresses with two pillows included.Mattress Firm: Get up to 50% off mattresses during the early Black Friday sale.Nectar: Get 33% off sitewide.Nest Bedding: Up to 50% off select mattresses.Nolah: Save up to $700 on mattresses and get two free pillows during the early access Black Friday sale.   Purple: Get $700 off the Purple Plus Mattress plus adjustable base.Saatva: Get up to $450 off select mattresses during the Election 1-Day Flash Sale.Serta: Save up to $800 on select mattresses and mattress sets.Siena: Save $200 off any mattress.Sleep Number: Up to 40% off select beds.Tempur-Pedic: Get 30% off the Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress when you use the Insider exclusive promo code BI30.Tuft & Needle: Save up to $750 on mattresses.Wayfair: Save on big-name mattress brands like Beautyrest and Sealy. Check out our Wayfair deals roundup.Zinus: Save up to 40% off select mattresses. Editor's note: Zinus is facing a class-action lawsuit claiming that fiberglass in the company's mattresses has led to serious health issues. Check out our full article on the lawsuit for more details.Zoma: Save $150 on all mattresses using promo code WIN150.Save $300 on an LG 24-inch Smart DishwasherHome Depot; InsiderIn addition to various useful cleaning and maintenance features, the LG LDP6810SS Smart Dishwasher provides smartphone monitoring, downloadable wash cycles, and diagnostic alerts. During Black Friday, save more than $300 on it.Save $400 on our favorite mattress and get $600 in free accessoriesDreamcloudOne of our favorite mattresses, the DreamCloud Premier Hybrid Mattress offers an impressive array of features, including excellent support, a firmness that will appeal to most sleepers, and a long trial period and warranty. During the Black Friday sale, you can save $400 and get $599 of accessories included.Save $40 on the Theragun MiniTherabodyTherabody's fourth generation of massage guns introduced the Theragun Mini, a portable device that packs a percussive punch in a much smaller package. It's our favorite entry-level massage gun and it's on sale for $160 during Black Friday which is around the lowest price we've ever seen.Take $70 off the Cuisinart Air Fryer Toaster OvenCuisinartWhile we haven't tested this specific model, the Cuisinart TOA-70 AirFryer Toaster Oven is similar to our favorite toaster oven. During Black Friday, it's $70 off.Buy one, get one on Masterclass subscriptionsMasterClassMasterClass is one of our favorite online learning platforms and for $180, you can get a second membership free to gift when you buy the first one. It makes for a great last-minute present and a fun way to bond with someone as you watch classes remotely.$50 off DNA kits from AncestryAncestryDNAAncestry DNA makes our favorite DNA kit, and all its DNA kits are discounted for Black Friday. The cheapest one is the standard kit, coming in at $59 (normally $99).20% off our favorite bathrobe from BrooklinenBrooklinenMade from 100% Turkish cotton, this super-soft robe is the ultimate luxury gift. For Black Friday, you can get 20% off all Brooklinen products when you check out.Get a Hulu subscription for $2 a monthHulu; Alyssa Powell/InsiderHulu offers a wide array of series, movies, and originals for subscribers to enjoy, including "Bob's Burgers," "Prey," and "The Handmaid's Tale." The service only ever sees discounts during Black Friday, and this year is no exception: new and returning members can get their first year for only $2 a month when they sign up before November 28.32% off the Kindle PaperwhiteAmazonThe Kindle Paperwhite is our favorite Kindle model so far for its big screen and adjustable warm light. At 32% off, you can snag it for under $100 to gift to the avid reader in your life.Save $80 on adjustable dumbbellsBest BuyThe Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells allow you to adjust the weight of each dumbbell anywhere from 5 to 52.5 pounds, turning one pair of dumbbells into a full-on set. They're on sale for $350 during Black Friday, which is one of the lowest prices we've ever seen them at, making them a great deal for anyone looking to add to their home gym.Save $70 on TCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TVBest BuyTCL's 55-inch 5 Series 4K Roku TV delivers an impressive balance between image performance, smart connectivity, screen size, and cost. Down to $430, this discount matches deals we've seen for it in the past.Take 27% off the Nespresso's Vertuo coffee makerWilliams SonomaNespresso's Vertuo machine makes rich, frothy espresso at the touch of a button. This isn't the lowest price we've seen, but it does match last Black Friday's deal and it's still a solid discount.Save 20% on the GoPro Hero 11 BlackThe GoPro Hero 11 Black with its recognizable form-factor. Like the Hero 9 Black and Hero 10 Black before it, there's a front screen for framing a shot — useful if you're vlogging or live-streaming.Les Shu/InsiderGoPro's best camera yet, the Hero 11 Black shoots incredible videos with smooth stabilization better than ever. For Black Friday, you can save $100 (20%) off the regular priceSave 15% on the Monos Metro DuffelMonosThe duffel's roomy interior is designed to keep all your essentials organized, with a sleeve that fits up to a 15" laptop and inner side pockets that allow for easy access to your water bottle or compact umbrella. The built-in trolley sleeve fits securely around the handle of any Monos suitcase for seamless pairing and converts into an extra pocket when not in use. It's discounted to under $180 ahead of Black Friday.Get a year of Peacock Premium for $1/monthPavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesNow through November 28, new subscribers can lock in a year of Peacock Premium for $1/month. That's about 80% off the regular $5 monthly price.Save 33% on the Fitbit Sense 2FitbitThe Fitbit Sense 2 is the brand's answer to the Apple Watch, featuring temperature sensing, a built-in ECG, and advanced sleep tracking. It also offers tracking for a wide variety of activities and is compatible with smartphone notifications and some apps. It's on sale for $200 during Black Friday, which is $100 off its normal price (and an excellent deal for such a full-featured smartwatch).Take 50% off the Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright VacuumAmazonThe Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Upright Vacuum (AZ2002) is easy to use and has powerful suction that gets the job done on hardwood and carpeting. This Black Friday deal matches the lowest price we've seen.Save 24% on an HP OMEN laptopHPHP's OMEN laptops are high-performance computers that are great for creative tasks and gaming. This one is loaded with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics. Add in 16GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive, the $1,200 sale price makes it a terrific buy for a high-end machine.Take 60% off a Sealy MattressWayfairUsually priced around $800, you can now save a couple hundred dollars on this 12-inch mattress. We haven't tested this exact mattress, but we think Sealy's other bed in a box is a good budget pick.Save $200 on the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier FanDysonThough we haven't tested the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower TP02 Purifier Fan yet, we have been impressed with the cooling abilities of other Dyson fans. Right now, it's at an all-time low price for Black Friday 2022.Take 20% off Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation)AppleThe AirPods Pro (2nd generation) is the latest addition to their AirPods Pro series, a line of mid-range earbuds that feature spatial audio and noise canceling. And for just $200, this is the lowest price we've ever seen.Save 33% on a Sony 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TVAmazonSony's 2022 midrange LCD TV is a solid pick for buyers who want a good all-around 4K display. It has local dimming for improved contrast, along with wide color capabilities and support for the Google TV streaming platform. This $1,000 deal price is a new low for the 65-inch model.Save $150 on the Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet GrillHome DepotTraeger is one of our favorite grill brands, and the Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill is an excellent option for easy precision grilling and smoking. During Home Depot's early Black Friday sales, you can save $150 off its regular price.Save 40% on the internet's favorite coatMaria Del Russo/InsiderDubbed by the internet as the "Amazon coat," this down jacket actually lives up to its hype of blending style with warmth and functionality. It comes in a range of colors from muted neutrals to bright red or yellow and is a perfect, practical gift as the winter season gets colder. The discount you'll receive depends on the color and size you choose, with an average deal of 40% off.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderNov 25th, 2022

See the first 36 groups that won coveted licenses to sell recreational cannabis in New York, including Housing Works and The Doe Fund

The winners include 28 for-profit groups and eight non-profits. They'll be the first to sell cannabis legally to adults in New York. New York's cannabis market is finally getting rolling.David McNew/Getty Images New York regulators announced the first 36 groups who'll be able to sell cannabis in the state. The group includes eight nonprofits, like Housing Works and The Doe Fund. The license holders will be allowed to begin delivering cannabis before opening retail stores.  New York state regulators on Monday approved the first 36 groups that will be allowed to sell cannabis in the state, a much-awaited step to finally getting adult-use pot sales rolling. The 36 licensees include 28 groups of "justice-involved" individuals, who have been convicted of prior cannabis-related offenses in New York state and also have experience running profitable businesses. The other eight are nonprofit organizations, including Housing Works, The Doe Fund, and others."This is a monumental moment," Tremaine Wright, the chair of New York State's Cannabis Control Board, said at the Monday morning meeting in Harlem.Wright has repeatedly said that cannabis sales would begin in New York before the end of the year. While the clock is ticking, this is a key step to fulfilling that promise. All told, the state will award 150 licenses over the coming months under the Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary (CAURD) program, which prioritizes people who've been harmed by the war on drugs. New York legalized cannabis in March of last year. Here's the full list of licensees.Though the licenses have been awarded, the state is still working with the Dormitory Authority (DASNY) to match them with retail locations, another significant hurdle to getting sales started. While awaiting retail locations, the license holders will be allowed to deliver cannabis in order to expedite sales.Brooklyn, The Finger Lakes, and three other areas of the state are so far off-limits due to a recent court order, part of a lawsuit filed by a company challenging the constitutionality of New York's licensing system.Prioritizing small businesses and social justiceNew York's Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) also released proposed regulations governing the industry, which are subject to a 60-day comment period. The regulations, which the state says prioritize small businesses and social justice over corporate interests, specifically create a "two-tier" market, similar to how alcohol is regulated in New York. That means companies are unable to own both a cultivation facility and a retail store, unlike in some other states with legal cannabis markets. Washington is so far the only state to have a similar model. "You can't have a Budweiser beer store or a Jack Daniel's liquor store," Axel Bernabe, the senior policy director for the OCM said on Monday. The regulations also outline different license types to be awarded in the future, including supply-side licenses, microbusinesses, and retail stores. Further regulations around on-site consumption in cannabis shops and restaurants, as well as for standalone delivery services are still forthcoming.New York's proposed regulations specifically bar large, publicly traded cannabis companies known as multistate operators, or MSOs, from entering the market right away. Many of these companies already operate in New York's medical cannabis market, but they'll have to pay a $5 million fee and wait three years after the CAURD license holders begin sales to sell retail cannabis.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

Category: smallbizSource: nytNov 21st, 2022

iOS 16 has a new feature that lets you track and manage your medications in your iPhone"s Health app — here"s how to use it

You can track your medication, dosage, and schedule through the Health app on your iPhone using iOS 16. Medication tracking is among the new features added to the iPhone Health app with iOS 16.Justin Sullivan/Getty Images You can track your medication, dosage, and schedule in the Health app on your iPhone using iOS 16.  To add a medication to the Health app, browse for the Health Categories and go to Medications.  After setting up a medication, you'll get notifications to stay on your schedule and can log each dosage. Whether it's antibiotics for a short-term illness or life-long medication for a chronic condition, remembering to take your medication is critical — the correct dosage at the right time, for the length of time prescribed. You can use your iPhone's Health app as a medication tracker to simplify all of that. The app now includes the ability to track and manage your medication in iOS 16. To use the Health app's medication tracker, your iPhone needs to be running iOS 16 or later. If you're not sure, you should check which version of iOS your iPhone is running and update your iPhone if needed.How to add a new medication to the iPhone Health app1. Start the Health app and then tap Browse at the bottom of the screen.2. In the Health Categories section, tap Medications. 3. Tap Add a Medication.You can add information about your medication to the Health app.Dave Johnson/Insider4. On the Add Medication page, search for your medication by name or tap the Camera icon and scan the label of your medication. 5. Set the frequency and time of day for your medication.Specify when your medication should be taken and your iPhone will remind at the appropriate time.Dave Johnson/Insider6. On the Choose the Shape page, you can pick the shape of the pill or container to help you remember which medication this entry is associated with. Then pick a color on the Choose Colors page. You can choose the shape and color of your pills to make them easier to tell apart.Dave Johnson/Insider7. On the medication summary page, enter any additional details like the display name you want to use or notes about the medicine. Tap Next (or Skip).8. On the Medical Interactions page, you can indicate if the Health app should warn you about any possible interactions with substances like alcohol, cannabis or tobacco. Turn any of these on by swiping the buttons to the right, then tap Done. After setting up a medication and entering its schedule information, you will get notifications when it is time to take the medication. You can change the details for any medication at any time. Start the Health app and tap Browse. Tap Medications, and then tap the medication in the Your Medications section. On the details page for your medicine, find the section you want to adjust — like the schedule, or medication details — and tap Edit to make changes. How to log when you've taken medication in the iPhone Health appYou can track your medication schedule by logging your dosages in the Health app. You can indicate when you took your medication, or you can log it as skipped if you didn't take the medication for some reason. 1. Start the Health app and tap Browse.2. Tap Medications. 3. On the Medications page, find the medicine that you want to log and tap it. 4. Tap Skipped or Taken as appropriate. You can log medication as taken or skipped.Dave Johnson/InsiderRead the original article on Business Insider.....»»

Category: smallbizSource: nytSep 28th, 2022

They Were Told They’d Find Good Tech Jobs. Now They’re Being Hounded for Thousands of Dollars

Tech boot camps dangled the prospect of well-paid jobs in tech, 'debt-free.' Students were left owing thousands instead The very idea that she, a Black person living in Alabama, could make $75,000 a year in the tech industry after just a 10-week boot camp is what drew Aaryn Johnson into Flockjay. The ad for the boot camp specializing in tech sales followed her around social media: “This is the bullet train you don’t want to miss! It’s recession-proof even in the midst of a Global Pandemic.” Even better, according to the company’s promotional material, students didn’t have to pay a cent in tuition to Flockjay until they landed a job that paid at least $40,000 a year. [time-brightcove not-tgx=”true”] It seemed too good to be true. Johnson assumed the scheme was fake until one day she saw on Twitter that Black celebrities like Serena Williams and Will Smith had invested in Flockjay—and that the Walnut, California–based startup pledged to help people from underrepresented backgrounds get into the tech industry. When Johnson started an application and then abandoned it, a Flockjay sales rep called her and made it sound like the program was exclusive, she says, but that she had a good shot at getting in, because she’d worked in sales in the past. “They said, ‘You’re going to kill it; you’re going to make so much money.’ ” When she learned that Flockjay was about to close admissions for the class, Johnson completed her application, signed an enrollment agreement, and began the program in August 2021. Flockjay delivered on little of what it promised, Johnson says. The curriculum was so easy that her 7-year-old nephew could have done it, she says. Students were taught how to make posts on LinkedIn—something most all of them knew—including a homework assignment to post about how much they were enjoying Flockjay’s program. Classes had them act out selling tech products to one another, much in the same way children pretend to sell things at a grocery store, with no simulation as to what it would actually be like in the real world. Within Johnson’s first two weeks of the program, the representative who had urged her to join was laid off, along with half of Flockjay’s staff. The result was that the one-on-one coaching students were promised was effectively removed from the program. Johnson had entered the lawless arena of tech boot camps; These camps are among thousands of unaccredited schools that pitch their services to students through heavy marketing spends and often don’t deliver on the promises made in their advertising pitches. Unaccredited schools have long flourished in the U.S., but this new wave of schools does something different: attracting students by offering a relatively new funding model called an income share agreement (ISA). They pitch these ISAs as a way to access education without taking out a loan, but students like Johnson soon find out that these agreements can leave them owing a lot of money without the good career prospects they were promised. Nor are these students eligible for any of the Biden Administration’s planned federal loan forgiveness programs, because ISAs are offered not by the U.S. government but by private companies. Now, a year after enrolling, Johnson is getting hounded by Meratas, the company responsible for collecting on her Flockjay tuition, despite the fact that Johnson says she did not receive the education Flockjay promised. She finished the course, since the company had pledged to match her with hiring partners once she graduated, but after waiting for weeks to be connected with a company, she hustled and found her own job in sales. She never mentioned Flockjay to her new employer. She doesn’t make anywhere near the $75,000 salary the company mentioned in its promotions. Her sales job, while technically in the technology industry, is basically telemarketing, she says: “This is literally the most soul-sucking job I’ve had in my entire life.” Flockjay was cited in October of 2020 by California’s Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education for operating without approval, Johnson has since learned, and ordered to cease advertising to students and enrolling them. The company has not complied. Blair, the company that gave Johnson the money for her tuition, no longer works with Flockjay; they have turned over her financial debt to Meratas. “Their shtick was that it was about getting Black people into tech—but over the 10 weeks, they didn’t train us for any real-life situation,” says Johnson. “There were so many people who tried to get jobs after and could not.” Boot-camp boom In the turbulent economy of the pandemic era, few industries seem as attractive as the tech sector, where people can earn high salaries, work remotely, and feel with some degree of certainty that they’re in a growing field. But tech can also seem opaque to outsiders. After all, it’s much harder to understand what tech employees do all day than it is to picture what happens in a car factory. Boot camps like Flockjay attract students by promising to demystify tech and get students high-paying jobs without having to take on the debt of attending a four-year college. Business has been booming. Around 100,000 people were enrolled in tech boot camps in 2021, according to the research firm HolonIQ, a fivefold increase since 2015. These businesses generated $1.2 billion in revenue in 2020, six times what they did in 2015. Boot camps like Flockjay have flourished over the last few years in part because they partner with companies that offer ISAs, which give students upfront money for tuition if they agree to repay the money once they’re earning a certain wage. Students can either fork over a certain percentage of their salary or a dedicated lump sum every month until they’ve paid back the amount they’ve borrowed—or more, depending on the agreement. ISAs have been used at accredited schools, like Purdue University, but they’re especially popular for nonaccredited schools like boot camps, which often promote these financing arrangements in their sales pitches, since their students cannot access federal student loan dollars. On the surface, the symbiotic relationship between boot camps and ISA providers seems like a smart way to get people into technology. Boot camps are expensive, with tuition ranging from $3,000 to $15,000, and ISAs enable students to pay that tuition without taking out private student loans, which usually have high interest rates and fees. ISAs often behave as servicers, providing students the money that allow boot camps to operate, and then handling the details of repayment so that schools can focus on education. ISAs have better terms than private loans, but not as much flexibility as federal student loans. If boot camps didn’t exist, ISAs might struggle to find a market. “There was a lot of hope that this new emerging high-tech world would save us.” ISA proponents say the financial product allies students, the school, and the ISA provider, since each has a vested interest in a student graduating and making a good salary. “Because a Flockjay education can be financed via an income share agreement, the incentives of the school and the student are highly aligned—Flockjay is a blueprint for College 2.0,” Romeen Sheth, a Flockjay investor, wrote on Medium in 2019, explaining why he had invested in the company. (Sheth did not respond to a request for comment for this story.) But groups that advocate on behalf of students say ISAs are not the cure-all solution that proponents say they are, even as the companies continue to sell students the promise of a swanky future in the high-flying world of tech. The example of Flockjay, showered with praise and funding by venture capitalists and celebrities, even as students say the company ultimately took their money and delivered little in return, shows the risk of allowing both ISAs and for-profit tech schools to operate without regulation. “There was a lot of hope that this new emerging high-tech world would save us,” says Ben Kaufman, director of research and investigations at the Student Borrower Protection Center, which advocates for students, and which provided support to Flockjay students who had complaints about the company. “But there’s a long history of fly-by-night con men setting up for-profit educational enterprises, and then finding ever more exotic and dangerous forms of credit to facilitate them.” Flockjay isn’t the only company that has produced crops of angry students. Three students sued the coding boot camp Lambda School in 2021, alleging that the school misrepresented its job-placement rates and how its ISA worked. They reached a confidential settlement in July, but a fourth such claim remains in court. A lawsuit filed this summer in Atlanta alleges that an online programming boot camp called Clever Programmer charged students tens of thousands of dollars for services it did not deliver. And Washington State filed a lawsuit against tech sales camp Prehired, saying its ISAs are invalid because the company operated without a license, and that the company misled students about its programs. Prehired has denied the allegations in the complaint. Boot camps and ISAs are arguably creating a new generation of debtors, even as the nation grapples with how to handle its existing student debt crisis. President Biden said last month that he planned to wipe away up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt for some borrowers, and earlier this year, the Department of Education said it would forgive billions worth of loans given to students who attended schools like Corinthian Colleges Inc. that it found had misrepresented borrower’s employment prospects. But these boot camps and the ISAs that enable them may be creating some of the same problems—and debt burdens—that the Biden administration is seeking to solve. There’s not a whole lot that Flockjay alums like Johnson can do about their complaints. Some students filed a notice with California’s Workforce and Development Agency in July, suggesting they would file a lawsuit against Flockjay if the agency does not take action. Many more students are like Johnson—embarrassed that they signed up for Flockjay, and just wanting to move on. “This was a scam, but you feel stupid because you fell for it,” she says. Flockjay did not respond to questions for this story, but the company did provide a statement, attributed to Bryant Lau, its head of demand. “We stand by the success our hundreds of graduates have had and the incredibly hard work of our staff when we ran our sales academy,” it says. Meratas did not respond to a request for comment. Not all boot-camp students have stories like Johnson’s. There are many boot camps that do provide a solid tech-focused education, and that have helped students get high-paying tech jobs. These often teach specific skills, such as programming languages like Python, or computer-science skills like encryption and system architecture. Educational programs that are not accredited can still provide students useful skills that will prepare them for the job market. But research indicates that students with industry-recognized credentials like a certificate and degree—credentials that Flockjay and many other tech sales boot camps don’t offer—are most useful for preparing students for the job market. The lure of ‘debt-free’ college To say there’s a student debt crisis in America is a vast understatement. Income-sharing agreements have sprung up as an alternative to taking on this debt. The pitch: ISAs shift the risks of poor workforce outcomes from students to lenders, since lenders only get repaid if the students find a good-paying job. “This is true ‘debt-free’ college,” former Indiana governor Mitch Daniels wrote in 2015, when pitching ISAs as a solution to the student debt crisis. Daniels launched one of the first and most high-profile ISAs at Purdue University, where he was then president, in 2016. The program, called “Back a Boiler,” gave students a portion of their tuition in exchange for the students’ agreeing to pay back a percentage of their future income for a period of time after they graduated. The program partnered with a startup called Vemo Education, which in 2017 raised $7.4 million from venture-capital firms. (In 2022, Purdue suspended its Back a Boiler program amid complaints that it had misled students about how much money they’d owe after graduating. Daniels also announced in June that he was stepping down as Purdue’s president.) ISAs have long been popular at private universities in Europe and Latin America, and U.S. entrepreneurs began founding ISA companies as early as 2012 to fill the gap between federal student loans and private loans, which often have high interest rates and inflexible payback terms. Many of the earliest ISA companies, including Upstart and Pave, have since switched to offering traditional loans. In 2019, $250 million in income-share agreements were created, and 40 colleges and boot camps either offered or were developing ISA programs, according to Edly, an education lending platform, which estimated before the pandemic began that $500 million would be generated in 2020. Flockjay talked about the potential merits of ISAs as part of its funding pitch to investors. The angle paid off; in 2019, Flockjay received funding from startup accelerator Y Combinator; Dreamers VC, the venture capital fund co-founded by Will Smith; and Serena Williams’ investment firm Serena Ventures, which Williams has recently said she plans to focus on when she retires from professional tennis. (Serena Ventures did not respond to requests for comment. A Dreamers VC representative says that Flockjay was one of the few boot camps proactively engaging in communication with California regulators.) “It’s really smoke and mirrors they use to trap people in expensive debt that lasts longer than they think it will.” Advocates like the Student Borrower Protection Center (SBPC) say the way ISAs and boot camps became popular—by marketing themselves as a debt-free alternative to college—was misleading. “THIS IS NOT A LOAN,” a Flockjay deferred-tuition agreement seen by TIME says, and other ISAs clearly state that they are not loans. But ISAs behave very much like loans, with similar terms and fees, and sometimes require borrowers to pay back much more money than they’ve originally borrowed. ISAs often have payment caps that limit the amount a student has to repay, but these can be three times as high as the amount borrowed, according to the SBPC. In some cases, if borrowers want to pay off their ISA early, they have to pay the amount of the payment cap as a penalty, rather than the initial tuition amount—as was the case with a Purdue student who took out an ISA for $15,000 and was told she’d have to pay $37,500 if she wanted to close her contract, according to the Indianapolis Star. “The products have this facial element of seeming really simple and elegant,” says Kaufman, of the SBPC, “but it’s really smoke and mirrors they use to trap people in expensive debt that lasts longer than they think it will.” And while student-borrower advocates agree that ISAs are probably a better alternative than private student loans, they say that any product pitched as a money-making operation to investors won’t be a good deal for students. Federal student loans do not earn the government profits. “The whole premise is that this will generate a profit for somebody, whether it’s an investor or a boot camp,” says Jessica Thompson, a vice president at the Institute for College Access and Success. “Since when does anybody think that students are going to come out on the better end of that deal?” Neither ISAs nor unaccredited boot camps are closely regulated, and that’s created many of the problems students like Johnson have encountered. Students can take out ISAs for schools that don’t offer a good educational product and mislead them about student outcomes—allegations made in numerous lawsuits against boot camps—and then still be required to pay them back. Flockjay, for instance, told students in promotional materials that the average full-time job offer from companies on its platform was $75,000. Yet according to the company’s own 2021 enrollment agreement, out of 114 students who began the program in 2019, only 52 were eligible for graduation, and of those 52, just 22 were in jobs making between $45,000 and $50,000. The rest were making less than $45,000 or didn’t report their salary information. Students like Johnson and Brianna Kirby, a Black woman who started the program in June 2021, say there were many more discrepancies between what Flockjay initially promised and what it delivered. Though these complaints are more focused on the quality of Flockjay’s educational product than the terms of its deferred tuition agreement they signed with Blair (now enforced by Meratas), students say they agreed to the tuition terms because they were told they would make good money after graduation. They say they are now saddled with debt without the benefits they expected. Courtesy Brianna KirbyBrianna Kirby started the Flockjay program in June 2021. Flockjay’s enrollment agreement said the company would give students coaching for interviews and perfecting their résumés, and that its career-services team would act as a liaison between hiring partners and graduates, but after the August 2021 layoffs, most of the career-services team was gone. The enrollment agreement required students to schedule mock interviews with the career-service team, but after the layoff, students would sign in to scheduled mock interviews and no Flockjay staff would ever show up, according to online messages TIME has viewed between Kirby and other students. The enrollment agreement prohibited students from looking for jobs on their own for a set period of time after graduation, so that Flockjay could match them with hiring partners, who paid the company a fee, but when those hiring partners didn’t materialize, students were stuck with no permitted way to find work. The résumé coach assigned to Kirby frequently entered spelling and other errors into her résumé. When students were sent assignments to perfect their résumés, these often weren’t graded on time, Kirby says, even though this significantly slowed down the job -search process. And students were asked to complete a “Capstone Project” to promote Flockjay and recruit new students, even though Flockjay was supposed to be teaching students business-to-business, not business-to-consumer sales; the winning students received an a $100 prize, according to graduates who talked to the Student Borrower Protection Center. After the August layoffs, students in Kirby’s and Johnson’s classes began to discuss the lax student services on Slack, wondering if they could take legal action. “I’ll be honest with you, if I wasn’t financially obligated I could care less about this whole ordeal,” one student wrote in the Slack channel. “However, I am stuck $7k.” After talking with other students about how they felt let down by Flockjay, Kirby and Johnson both closed down the bank accounts to which they had given the company access. (California law says that a note of debt for an educational program is not enforceable if the institution did not have approval to operate when that note was executed; it’s unclear how this would affect the debt of students who live in other states.) Like many other students, Kirby ended up finding a job on her own after graduation, without the help of Flockjay. She does not make anywhere near $75,000. Meratas has been sending her so many emails that she’s started marking them as spam. “Flockjay didn’t make good on their contract with us; they target vulnerable marginalized communities, and left us in the wings with no transparency or communication,” she says. “Now we’re stuck making full payments despite feeling shorted.” One former Flockjay worker says she thinks the company’s focus on increasing its student base is what led to its problems. Lynn Meadors was hired as a Flockjay résumé writer in early 2021. When she began, Flockjay had six classes of graduates, each around 25 students, but each month, the classes got bigger and bigger, she says. By the time she left, in November 2021, the classes were about four times the size they’d been in the beginning. That’s despite the company’s having about half the staff it had before August of that year. Meadors believes Flockjay was trying to add as many students as possible to increase its revenue. “Students were being recruited primarily because they could check a box or fill a seat in the class,” she says, “rather than because they had the potential to be successful.” When students didn’t complete assignments, staff would be encouraged to graduate them anyway. Because Flockjay’s “partner companies” had to pay them a fee whenever the companies hired a student Flockjay had introduced to them, students were told not to seek jobs on their own, so Flockjay could get the commission. “I do think there were a lot of predatory aspects of Flockjay,” Meadors says. “They made it sound like if you went through Flockjay, you were almost guaranteed to find employment, but I know many students who have not found work or who have had to accept jobs in totally different fields and are still now paying Flockjay.” Most of the students were people of color, Meadors says, and Flockjay’s model of getting current students to recruit new ones was successful at making people feel comfortable signing up, even if class quality was declining. Students told her they’d joined because they saw friends or friends of family members posting about their experience, or saw ads from alumni of color that said how successful they’d become in tech. “The thought that any person who entered the program could have a successful tech career is flawed,” Meadors says. “In reality, the majority of people were not successful.” Previous Flockjay students have reported better experiences with the program. Brenna Redpath’s son went through Flockjay in 2020, and she says he flourished in the program. He’s now working in tech sales and makes $80,000, she says, a path that motivated Redpath to enroll in Flockjay in August 2021. Her son’s class was about one-third the size that hers was, she says. Her son had a career coach dedicated to helping him find a job; Redpath says most of the career counselors who were supposed to be available to her had been laid off, with only about two for every 100 students. Redpath, who is 56, had a few interviews after graduating from Flockjay, but she did not find a tech job. She has since found work at a nonprofit that has nothing to do with the tech industry. But since she is making more than $40,000, she and her husband have been anxiously eyeing their bank account, which they did not close down because it’s linked to many of their other monthly payments. She worries Meratas will start collecting soon on her ISA. “I believe in the mission of Flockjay,” says Redpath, “but I watched them not deliver for people who could use it.” Policing a new financial product Since they’re structured differently from loans, ISAs have been difficult for regulators to handle. Regulations often require that lenders disclose the amount of interest a loan has accrued, for example—something ISA providers say would be difficult to calculate. Until the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau entered into a consent order with Better Future Forward, a nonprofit ISA provider, in 2021, some ISA providers weren’t even certain they had to adhere to the Truth in Lending Act, which governs which disclosures student loan borrowers receive. Since the consent order requiring the nonprofit to follow the Truth in Lending Act and the Consumer Financial Protection Act only addresses Better Future Forward and its ISAs, many providers say they still don’t know what federal regulations apply to their own ISAs. Since 2014, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) has introduced numerous Congressional bills that would regulate ISAs, but they have never gone anywhere. This year is no exception—in July, Rubio and three colleagues introduced a bipartisan bill they say would help regulate ISAs. The bill would prevent ISA contracts from being longer than 20 years, and would allow students making below a certain income to be exempt from making payments toward their ISA. The bill is endorsed by Better Future Forward’s CEO Kevin James and Purdue’s president, ISA champion Daniels. But SBPC’s Kaufman says it would “enshrine into law all the worst aspects of ISAs,” and allow providers to continue to claim that these agreements aren’t loans. It may be difficult for the industry to grow until policymakers create a system of regulatory oversight that prevents abuse of ISAs, says James, of Better Future Forward. He argues that used correctly, ISAs can be a powerful tool. Better Future Forward, for instance, offers ISAs only to certain students who attend certain handpicked accredited universities in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Illinois. The company has worked with regulators in an attempt to create new laws that would make sure that ISAs could be discharged in bankruptcy, unlike student loans, and that students don’t have to repay if they make below a certain income. The U.S. higher educational system needs programs that expand access to financial support and that are built around students’ success, James says. Without access to ISAs, students could further become trapped in debt, since the current loans system is broken, he says. The loan-forgiveness programs the Biden Administration is offering “are patches on a broken system—doing little to ensure history won’t repeat itself,” James wrote in a June 2022 paper laying out his preferred regulatory approach. Since there is little meaningful federal regulation, ISA companies have to comply with different regulations from 50 different states, making it even harder for them to operate, according to the CEO of one company that has recently stopped providing ISAs, and which is not authorized to speak on the record because of pending litigation. The startups that offer ISAs don’t have a lot of capital, and can either spend their money on ensuring they comply with every state-level regulation, or they can spend it on its educational product, or on marketing. “Clear rules would have probably been the best thing that could have happened to us,” the CEO says. A lack of regulation has forced many ISA companies to pivot to other business models, which leaves students with few options other than private loans, which have extremely high interest rates. Indeed, many of the companies that have tried to offer ISAs in the past decade have since left the market because of a lack of regulation. Flockjay itself has since pivoted from tech boot camps, and says it is now focused on helping its graduates and other tech sales workers get better at the jobs they already have. The company is now pitching this as a new service to former students, even though students say they were told they’d receive ongoing alumni support for life as part of the program they had already paid for. The example of Flockjay students indicates that the state regulation is not particularly effective. Though California’s Bureau for Private and Postsecondary Education (BPPE) fined Flockjay $15,000 in October of 2020 for operating without state approval, a year later the BPPE lowered the fine to $10,000—roughly equivalent to the tuition of 1.25 students. The BPPE did not take any further regulatory action against Flockjay. The school still does not have approval to operate in the state of California. California’s Department of Consumer Affairs, which oversees the BPPE, said in a statement that Flockjay appealed its citation for operating without approval; when its appeal was denied, the school submitted evidence in November 2021 that it was no longer operating. The regulator does not confirm, discuss, or comment on investigations, the statement said. BPPE refers matters related to financing to the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI.). In a statement, DFPI said: “It is the DFPI’s stance that ISAs issued by schools not licensed or registered with BPPE are unenforceable and cannot be serviced. In August 2021, Meratas, which took over servicing Flockjay’s ISAs in June, entered into a consent order with the DFPI. The consent order states that Meratas will not service any ISAs “that have been determined or declared unenforceable or void by the DFPI or any regulatory agency.” But students including Kirby, Johnson, and Redpath say they are getting emails from Meratas trying to collect on their Flockjay ISAs. They say they’ve also been offered “discounted tuition” offers, in which their debts will be wiped out if they pay $6,000 right away. In August, Redpath emailed Flockjay asking to speak to someone “who can have a conversation about the contractual problem of Flockjay holding teaching for my batch while legally being banned from doing so by the Department of Education.” She noted in the email that many students were unhappy about the lack of career support services, and that their class was three times bigger than previous classes had been. She received an email back the next day. “You can continue to defer your tuition payments until you get a job exceeding $40,000/annually,” a Flockjay customer-success manager wrote. “Per the DTA [deferred tuition agreement] this is only deferred until you get any job.” —With reporting by Simmone Shah.....»»

Category: topSource: timeSep 8th, 2022

What the Twitter Whistleblower Disclosure Means for Elon Musk

The disclosure seems to support Elon Musk's claims about Twitter bots A whistleblower disclosure by Twitter’s former security chief made allegations of “egregious deficiencies” in the company’s security and argued that the social media platform has more spam bots than it publicly acknowledges. But even as Twitter stocks fell 7.3% on Tuesday following the public release of Peiter “Mudge” Zatko’s 84-page report, legal experts were skeptical that the claims would give billionaire Elon Musk a decisive advantage in his court battle to back out of his deal to buy the company. Musk has said for months that Twitter misled investors about the platform’s financial health, including the proportion of spam bots on the site. The allegations about bots by Zatko, a well known cybersecurity expert who joined Twitter in November 2020, seem to support Musk’s claims. The disclosure obtained by TIME alleges that Twitter executives deprioritized getting an accurate count of spam bots—in part because the truth may not look good to advertisers. [time-brightcove not-tgx=”true”] But Ann Lipton, a law professor at Tulane University who specializes in corporate litigation, says the documents shed little light on the key legal issue: Whether Twitter misled Musk, especially over how it tallies users. Unlike other major social media platforms, Twitter uses a proprietary metric that it calls “mDAU” or “monetizable daily active users” to report its user base to advertisers and investors. It also reports the amount of spam bots on its platform as a portion of mDAU—usually about 5%. “The [whistleblower disclosure] basically just alleges that mDAU is the wrong metric,” Lipton told TIME after it was released. For Musk’s case, “that’s not the real legal question.” Musk’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, says his team had already subpoenaed Zatko—who was fired this past January—before the whistleblower disclosure became public. “We found his exit and that of other key employees curious in light of what we have been finding,” Spiro says, adding that Musk’s legal team has had no contact with Zatko or his attorneys. The Washington Post and CNN first reported Mudge’s whistleblower disclosure, which was filed with regulators in July, including the Securities and Exchange Commission. A Twitter spokesperson said that “security and privacy have long been company-wide priorities at Twitter and we still have a lot of work ahead of us.” “Mr. Zatko was fired from his senior executive role at Twitter for poor performance and ineffective leadership over six months ago. While we haven’t had access to the specific allegations being referenced, what we’ve seen so far is a narrative about our privacy and data security practices that is riddled with inconsistencies and inaccuracies, and lacks important context. “Mr. Zatko’s allegations and opportunistic timing appear designed to capture attention and inflict harm on Twitter, its customers and its shareholders.” Musk’s uphill legal battle In April, Musk offered to buy Twitter in a deal worth roughly $44 billion. But, in July, he put the deal on hold and is now trying to back out of it—citing the prevalence of spam or fake accounts on the platform. Twitter filed a lawsuit against Musk in an attempt to force him to complete the acquisition. At the heart of Musk’s claim: Whether Twitter breached its contract or made false representations as part of the agreement. Most details about spam bots in Zatko’s report aren’t exactly new revelations—indeed, Musk’s legal team took issue with the process of how Twitter counts bots in legal filings earlier this month. Twitter itself has also included numerous references to its process in regulatory filings. READ MORE: Whether or Not He Buys Twitter, Elon Musk Has Thrown the Company Into Turmoil Prior to the whistleblower release, legal experts have said Musk must prove that Twitter misrepresented the number of bots on its platform on purpose—something that could be difficult because the company has been public about its use of mDAU as a metric for counting bots, Lipton says. Adam Badawi, a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley who specializes in corporate transactions, agrees that the whistleblower report doesn’t change much for Musk’s lawsuit. “I don’t see anything in the whistleblower report that contradicts Twitter’s previous statements,” he tells TIME. Zatko’s criticism of Twitter’s spam reporting, Badawi adds, has “nothing to do with the merger agreement.” But Lipton and Badawi say that it’s possible—though unlikely—that the disclosures could help Musk back out of his deal to buy Twitter in another way: He could highlight security and integrity concerns by claiming that Twitter knew of “serious undisclosed problems that threaten their business’s future and didn’t disclose them as required in the SEC filings,” Lipton says. The company denies Zatko’s allegations. A source close to the company says Twitter investigated numerous security-related allegations he made at the time of his firing and found them “sensationalistic and lacking merit.” Musk’s legal team would have to prove that any nondisclosures were so dramatic that it would have a long-term, detrimental effect on Twitter’s finances going forward, known in legal circles as a “material adverse effect.” Badawi also notes, though, that Musk waived his right to due diligence in the original purchase agreement. “To say that Twitter breached their contract is a non-starter,” Badawi says. “This is among the most seller-friendly agreements I’ve ever seen.” The legal dispute is set to go to trial in Delaware Chancery Court in October, though legal experts say it’s possible the judge issues a delay given the new information from the whistleblower disclosure. However, any impact on the case is anything but certain. “People sue public companies for making false statements in SEC filings all the time,” says Lipton, who has previously litigated fraud cases against public companies. “But when a disgruntled employee disagrees with management decisions, that’s frequently not taken as a sufficient basis for treating an SEC filing as false.” How Twitter measures bots and users The contentious discussion about mDAU has been a frequent source of frustration for Musk, whose legal team estimates that 33% of “visible accounts” on the social media platform are false or spam accounts—a calculation that hasn’t been independently verified. Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, in response, has said external groups can’t verify Musk’s claim because the company “can’t share” the public and private information it uses, like phone numbers. Twitter has said in its SEC filings that whether any given account is counted in mDAU is not available to the public and it even admits the 5% figure could be wrong. “It’s a very hard statement to falsify because it’s so non-committal,” Lipton told TIME before the disclosure. “All Twitter is saying is they have a process for evaluating mDAU and the number may or may not be wrong.” Unfortunately, we don’t believe that this specific estimation can be performed externally, given the critical need to use both public and private information (which we can’t share). Externally, it’s not even possible to know which accounts are counted as mDAUs on any given day. — Parag Agrawal (@paraga) May 16, 2022 Critical to the dispute over bots: How the company counts the number of people who use Twitter. Starting in 2019, the company stopped reporting raw user numbers and started using its own measure, a statistic it calls monetizable daily active Twitter users (mDAU). Using a formula that Twitter does not disclose, mDAU excludes many accounts from the total, including those it believes are automated (like spam bots) and accounts it can’t monetize, perhaps because Twitter isn’t selling ads for that region or language. Essentially, these are accounts that may be unlikely to buy anything from an advertiser on Twitter. The whistleblower’s documents say that disclosing only those spam bots that are part of mDAU is deliberately misleading. “Twitter created the mDAU metric precisely to avoid having to honestly answer the very questions Mr. Musk raised,” Zatko claims in the whistleblower report. Twitter’s spam calculation also doesn’t reflect how regular users experience the social media platform, because they still encounter spam bots more often than Twitter’s accounting of spam would suggest, Zatko says. First, let me state the obvious: spam harms the experience for real people on Twitter, and therefore can harm our business. As such, we are strongly incentivized to detect and remove as much spam as we possibly can, every single day. Anyone who suggests otherwise is just wrong. — Parag Agrawal (@paraga) May 16, 2022   Twitter says it regularly challenges and suspends accounts for spam, misinformation, and manipulation and removes more than one million accounts a day and locks millions more each week if they don’t pass human verification requirements—that includes captcha and verifying phone or email addresses. Musk has already contested Twitter’s use of mDAU in his legal filing, and has claimed that if mDAU is proved to be less than representative of the general Twitter population, executives have effectively misrepresented the value of the company. Twitter, on the other hand, says mDAU is actually a more useful way to count users, because it focuses on those who matter most to its bottom line—those who may buy ads. The vast majority of Twitter’s revenue comes from ad sales. The company acknowledges that mDAU includes some accounts that are phony, automated, or spam bots, but reports that number is less than 5%. And that figure isn’t new: Twitter has published the same qualified estimate for the last three years. Twitter says it calculated this figure through an internal review of a sample of accounts, a process that it acknowledged in a regulatory filing involves “significant judgment.” The company first takes a random sample of mDAU, then analyzes those accounts by hand to determine whether they are fake or not, using a combination of public and private data like IP address, phone number, geolocation, and account activity. Each human review is based on Twitter rules that define spam and platform manipulation, and uses both public and private data (eg, IP address, phone number, geolocation, client/browser signatures, what the account does when it’s active…) to make a determination on each account. — Parag Agrawal (@paraga) May 16, 2022 Andrea Stroppa, a cybersecurity researcher who specializes in bots on social media, tells TIME that mDAU is an “ad hoc metric” that was created to protect Twitter’s interests. “Twitter is the only company among the biggest social networks to use monetizable daily active users,” he says. “There is no standard in the industry.” Although Twitter has a smaller user base than some of its competitors, reporting mDAU instead of monthly active users is an understandable financial strategy, according to Jasmine Enberg, a social media analyst at Insider Intelligence. “Twitter’s switch to publicly reporting mDAUs only came at a time when it was struggling to show growth in monthly users,” she adds. “The company’s value proposition to advertisers has long been the quality of its audience, rather than the overall size of its user base.” Both Stroppa and Enberg spoke with TIME before the disclosures were made public. But the bigger issue, according to the whistleblower, is that growing mDAU (and making the company look appealing to advertisers, who want to reach receptive audiences) took priority over many other things that would make the platform better and safer in the long run. Executive compensation was at least partially tied to mDAU, including bonuses of up to $10 million, Zatko alleges. Zatko reported that one source at the company told him senior management was “concerned that if accurate measurements of spam ever became public, it would harm the image and valuation of the company.” Four people familiar with Twitter’s spam detection process told The Washington Post that the company keeps several internal tallies of spam and bots beyond the reported numbers. In response to the reporting, Musk tweeted: “So spam prevalence *was* shared with the board, but the board chose not disclose that to the public.” So spam prevalence *was* shared with the board, but the board chose not disclose that to the public … pic.twitter.com/lXk48TFZL1 — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 23, 2022 Claim: Twitter leaders showed ‘deliberate ignorance’ of bots Zatko alleges that for Twitter’s executive leadership team, “deliberate ignorance was the norm” around getting more accurate numbers. “We don’t really know,” Twitter’s Head of Site Integrity allegedly told Zatko in early 2021 when he asked what the underlying spam bot numbers were. Moreover, Zatko says Twitter could not provide an accurate upper bound on the total number of spam bots on the platform, which Zatko believes is in part because Twitter relied on outdated tools and understaffed teams to police its bots. Zatko also claims that Twitter staff had in fact figured out an effective way to find and stop bots on its platform but that method was under fire from senior executives. The mechanism, known as “Read-Only Phone Only” (ROPO), placed suspected bot accounts into a restricted read-only mode that could only be unlocked if the user manually entered a one-time code sent to an associated phone number. Research performed at Zatko’s direction found that the ROPO method blocked more than 10-12 million bots each month with less than 1% of false positives. But Zatko says a senior executive proposed disabling the effort after getting direct messages from a handful of users whose accounts were paused. He says that senior executives had proposed disabling this method several times before......»»

Category: topSource: timeAug 23rd, 2022

Alibaba, ByteDance and Other Chinese Internet Giants Share Algorithm Details With Beijing for the First Time

The unprecedented move is aimed at curbing data abuse but may end up compromising closely guarded corporate secrets China’s internet giants from Tencent Holdings Ltd. to ByteDance Ltd. have shared details of their prized algorithms with Beijing for the first time, an unprecedented move aimed at curbing data abuse that may end up compromising closely guarded corporate secrets. The internet watchdog on Friday published a list describing 30 algorithms that firms including Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Meituan employ to gather data on users, tailor personal recommendations and serve up content. While the public list stopped short of revealing the actual code, it wasn’t clear the extent to which internet firms may have revealed their underlying software to regulators in private. [time-brightcove not-tgx=”true”] The algorithms that decide which TikTok videos, WeChat posts and Instagram photos users see are considered the secret sauce of many online services, critical in capturing user attention and driving growth. China in March adopted regulations that require internet firms to disclose such tools, an effort to address complaints about data abuse that also helps regulators keep internet firms on a tighter leash. Tech industry algorithms are jealously guarded and have been at the heart of political controversies around the world. That disclosure requirement sets China apart from countries like the US, where Meta Platforms Inc. and Alphabet Inc. have argued successfully that algorithms are business secrets, even as lawmakers and activists seek to better understand how they curate content and manage data. “No one has ever had access to such details before,” said Zhai Wei, an executive director of the Competition Law Research Center at East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai. “Tech companies’ algorithms are the key business secrets that represent their competencies.” Read More: China Is Cracking Down on Its Once Untouchable Tech Titans The Cyberspace Administration of China for now requires only basic information from the companies, but it may seek more details to investigation allegations of data violations, Zhai added. The publication of the list means the implementation process is going smoothly, said Ding Mengdan, a lawyer at Beijing Yingke law firm’s Hangzhou office. China has been tightening regulations to rein in the once-unchecked expansion of the country’s tech giants. Last year, the country introduced the Personal Information Protection Law and the Data Security Law to set out tougher rules for how companies handle user data. The algorithm list available for public review is confined to short descriptions of how they work, and the product and use cases where they apply. For example, ByteDance says its algorithm discerns a user’s likes and dislikes to recommend content on apps including short-video platform Douyin, TikTok’s Chinese cousin. Meituan says its algorithms help dispatch meal orders to riders in the most efficient way based on their downtime and delivery route. Under the regulations, companies must also submit non-public information to the CAC, including a self-appraisal on the security of the algorithms, the data they collect, whether that encompasses sensitive biometric or identity information, and what data sources are used to train algorithms. The CAC — which issued the guidelines in tandem with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Public Security and the State Administration for Market Regulation — said it will keep updating the list. “The information provided by the companies to the CAC are much more detailed than what was published for sure, and that involves some business secrets, which is not possible to be released to the public,” Zhai said. —With assistance from Zheping Huang.....»»

Category: topSource: timeAug 15th, 2022

In Historic Overhaul, SEC Will Demand Hedge Funds Share Extensive Information, Including Strategy And Exposure

In Historic Overhaul, SEC Will Demand Hedge Funds Share Extensive Information, Including Strategy And Exposure While there may not be a hedge fund industry for much longer considering everyone is now positioned dead wrong into this "most hated rally" especially in the post-CPI meltup which sent the VIX < 20, with hedge fund net leverage at 1%-ile levels over the past decade, and redemption letters about to start flying in... ... the SEC will vote to make lives for aspiring billionaires (who demand to be paid 2 and 20 for alpha which is really just levered beta) even more unbearable by proposing a rule that seeks to boost the quality of disclosures it receives from large private and hedge funds, including significantly more information about how funds are set up and their investment strategies. "Such concentration or exposure may increase the risk of amplified losses for investors and gathering additional data ... would help regulators to protect investors and monitor systemic risk," SEC Chair Gary Gensler said in a statement. The rule, aimed to boost disclosures around leverage and investment strategies, will be proposed in conjunction with the CFTC, and forms part of ongoing scrutiny of the fund industry. According to Reuters, the measure would expand reporting requirements for advisors and large hedge funds with a net asset value of at least $500 million, and would require funds and their advisors spell out their investment strategy and exposure, including details around borrowing and financing arrangements with counterparties, open positions and certain large positions, among other details. As Bloomberg adds, the expansion of confidential filings that big managers must file quarterly with the SEC "would mark one of the biggest increases in regulation for the private-fund industry in a decade." The proposal - which the SEC will debate on Wednesday - could be the most controversial yet as it touches on the specific strategies that firms use. While specific data included on the so-called Form PF isn’t made public, regulators can use it in enforcement actions and to assess broader market risks. The proposal is part of a broader effort by the SEC to boost transparency of the private fund industry amid worries the industry is a growing source of systemic risk, and follows a January draft rule that boosted other Form PF disclosures. Form PF, which was introduced following the 2007-2009 global financial crisis, is the primary way private funds disclose purchases and sales of securities to the SEC. Regulators have become concerned over risk in the private industry after hedge fund de-leveraging contributed toward turmoil in the U.S. Treasuries market in March 2020. Hedge funds were again at the center of last year's GameStop "meme-stock" saga, steamrolled by a bunch of trigger happy retail investors with a short squeezing axe to grind.  Critics argue that while the sector has ballooned following the 2007-2009 financial crisis, regulatory scrutiny of private funds - which are heavy users of leverage - has not kept up. In the decade since the confidential disclosures were introduced in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, “the private fund industry has grown in gross asset value by nearly 150% and evolved in terms of its business practices, complexity, and investment strategies,” SEC Chair Gary Gensler said in a statement. At the same time, industry lobbyists have argued that the data gathered is of limited utility to regulators. What’s more, they say, it can reveal proprietary information behind investment strategies and pose a data security risk. As a result, access to the forms are very limited within the SEC, a restriction the agency didn’t intend to change. Almost as if even the SEC admits it can't trust its own employees not to leak what should be confidential data. Once the agency votes to propose the rule on Wednesday, it will take public comment for at least 60 days and consider feedback it receives. The SEC may then revise the proposal before holding a second vote to finalize the regulation several months from now. Tyler Durden Wed, 08/10/2022 - 13:25.....»»

Category: personnelSource: nytAug 10th, 2022

Is DOJ’s NAR Probe a Hidden Haymaker for Real Estate?

Most boxers say it’s the punch you don’t see coming that knocks you out. A question worth asking as several high-profile lawsuits continue to make their way through federal court is whether the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is the proverbial knockout punch for the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and the industry at large.… The post Is DOJ’s NAR Probe a Hidden Haymaker for Real Estate? appeared first on RISMedia. Most boxers say it’s the punch you don’t see coming that knocks you out. A question worth asking as several high-profile lawsuits continue to make their way through federal court is whether the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is the proverbial knockout punch for the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and the industry at large. It’s been slightly more than a year since the DOJ shocked the industry by announcing that it would withdraw from a settlement with NAR so that it could continue investigating NAR’s Participation Rule and the Clear Cooperation Policy. While it’s still unclear where the DOJ’s investigation stands—they didn’t immediately respond to RISMedia inquiries for this article—experts tell RISMedia that the DOJ’s probe could pose another significant threat to the industry when it finally comes to a head. “I can’t think of anything good that comes from the DOJ backing out of the agreed-upon settlement,” says Ken H. Johnson, an economist at Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU) College of Business. “To see one side back out of a settlement is particularly disturbing given the 40-year history of reaching settlements and the industry adjusting and morphing itself.” ‘Working relationship’ strained  The feud between the DOJ and NAR isn’t a new phenomenon. The two entities have had a contentious relationship for decades over different aspects of NAR’s policies and how real estate has operated. According to Johnson, a practicing real estate agent for 12 years from the mid-1980s to 1995, throughout the years, both sides found a way to work things out—typically in a settlement. For example, the DOJ filed a lawsuit against the organization in 2005, alleging that NAR rules limit competition from real estate brokers who use the internet to serve their customers. The case targeted policies that allegedly blocked internet-based companies from accessing MLS data. The DOJ and NAR reached an agreement in 2008 that lasted 10 years. The settlement terms required NAR to repeal its anti-competitive policies and MLSs to repeal rules based on these policies. “DOJ has had a history of working things out with NAR and settling them, and if other issues arise, they’d return to NAR again,” Johnson says. “That pattern creates relative certainty, and that’s a good thing for the industry regarding the number of agents we have, how we sell things and manage property.” That pattern was broken in July 2021, however, when the Justice Department requested to withdraw from a settlement the two hashed out in November 2020. NAR lambasted the agency for the move, asserting that the association had already begun implementing the agreed-upon changes, which would repeal and modify specific anti-competitive rules. After a series of public volleys between the two, NAR filed a lawsuit to quash the DOJ’s request to back out of the terms of its settlement with NAR. Thus far, there has been no movement on the petition, and the investigation is presumably ongoing. Despite the setback, a NAR spokesperson tells RISMedia that the organization is still committed to advancing and defending independent and local broker marketplaces that provide greater economic opportunity and equity for small businesses and consumers of all backgrounds and financial means. “The Department of Justice response seeks to defend its unprecedented attempt to withdraw from a fully binding agreement after NAR had already begun to implement its terms,” says NAR VP of Communications Mantill Williams. “If the DOJ’s view prevails, it would undermine the strong public policy in favor of upholding settlement agreements and public confidence that the government will keep its word in future cases. The DOJ must be governed by principle, and NAR simply expects the department to live up to its commitments.” The potential fallout The Justice Department’s decision to back out of its settlement came at a troublesome time for the industry, as NAR and a handful of large brokerages have faced several antitrust lawsuits challenging agent compensation and NAR’s MLS policies. Some observers tell RISMedia that the lull in the DOJ’s probe could be due to the agency waiting on the outcomes of one or more private lawsuits. “If some private firm or entity is bringing a lawsuit to achieve a goal that the DOJ thinks is in the public interest and inconsistent with the antitrust laws, they want to help them win because that will set a precedent, even if that only applies in a particular region,” says Mark Nadel, an attorney and policy advisor for the government. Nadel has researched and published reports on real estate commissions separate from his employer and has critiqued the industry’s commission structure on different occasions. In one of his recent reports, Nadel authored an article commissioned by Real Estate Exchange (REX) as the startup sued NAR and Zillow over NAR’s co-mingling policy, which lets local associations choose whether non-MLS content can appear with theirs or whether it has to be posted separately. The lawsuit alleges that Zillow implemented a website change last year, segregated and concealed listings that weren’t from the MLS, per the NAR policy. The lawsuit appeared to falter in June 2021 when a U.S. district court judge ruled against the startup, claiming that REX hadn’t supported its claims. However, the case seemed to get a second wind in September 2021, after the same judge denied NAR and Zillow’s motion to dismiss the case. The judgment came a month after the DOJ intervened with a statement of interest to prevent the drawing of “unwarranted interferences” from a 2008 consent decree between NAR and DOJ that expired in November 2018. The Justice Department made a similar move in the Burnett/Sitzer lawsuit in 2019. Nadel tells RISMedia that lawsuits like Burnett/Sitzer and Moehrl v. NAR could accomplish a goal that parallels the DOJ’s if they determine NAR’s policies as anti-competitive. “The federal suit is a class action lawsuit,” Nadel says. “If they win, that’s nationwide, and that’s almost as good as Justice winning itself. “If they win the lawsuit, and the court says ‘we find this in violation of the antitrust laws; therefore, we direct that you prohibit listing brokers are limited for setting the rates for buyer brokers,’ then that’s done,” Nadel adds. According to Johnson, if they prevail, the lawsuits could lead to a decline in agent numbers industrywide. With 2 million to 2.5 million licensed agents in the industry, he says that a significant shift in the agent compensation structure could lead to a culling of real estate professionals. “You will see far fewer licensees in the future, and that means the large brokerage houses will have to find different models because they will have to charge either higher monthly fees or take higher splits,” Johnson says. He suggests that NAR membership, which currently sits at 1.56 million REALTORS®, could be halved over time. While the jury is still out on the endgame for the DOJ’s probe, pundits and onlookers suggest that the current lull in the DOJ’s investigation may not be as foreboding as others forecast. “Disinterested observers confirm the DOJ’s recent actions were unprecedented, giving us reason to question whether the department actually is working through the questions at hand in good faith,” says Craig Cheatham, president and CEO of The Realty Alliance. “We hope trust will be restored in the players and the system in the months ahead so these matters can be settled fairly. “In the past, we have seen actions of federal agencies early in the process indicate significant intervention was coming, only to see the process stall as regulators begin to better understand our industry, and then no federal action is taken,” Cheatham continues. “It is possible this explains the current lull, but the current team has shown itself to be unpredictable if nothing else.” Bill Fowler, who currently works as a consultant after senior roles in tech and leadership at Compass and Zillow, thinks that the DOJ’s investigation is part of a “correction” that the industry has been heading toward for several years now. “We began this quiet evolution with the advent of large-scale portals that did a lot of the work the buy-side agents typically held as private,” says Fowler. “Most of their value proposition has been eroded to the point, now, where I think everyone is openly questioning the buy-side commission.” The emergence of new home-search tech and the pursuit of reducing friction in the home-buying process has also played a part in that problem, according to Fowler, who says the Justice Department is trying to “align the industry with the expectations of the modern consumer.” “That’s going to be catastrophic for some people, but it’s great news for those of us who believe in the power of the agent,” he says. The post Is DOJ’s NAR Probe a Hidden Haymaker for Real Estate? appeared first on RISMedia......»»

Category: realestateSource: rismediaAug 2nd, 2022

3 Bets on an Ecommerce Industry That Remains in the Doldrums

Valuation still lags the tougher comps and therefore, relatively weaker prospects in the Electronic Commerce industry. The need for social distancing has become less of a driver for the ecommerce segment, which includes pureplays as well as traditional retailers with ecommerce capabilities. Accordingly, ecommerce sales in the last quarter were 6.6% above 1Q21 (up 2.4% sequentially), with total retail sales increasing 10.9% (up 3.7% sequentially). Ecommerce accounted for around 14.3% of total U.S. retail sales, a slight deceleration from each of the four preceding quarters. As these estimates from the Commerce Department indicate, some of the traffic that moved online during the initial months of the pandemic is moving back to stores. So there are difficult comps. Ecommerce continues to grow strongly off a small base, but with the reopening, physical retail is growing faster. Ecommerce continues to benefit from the race to digitization, consumer habits altering for good and supply chains adjusting to help the two sides meet.   Valuation, although still elevated, is still short of reflecting the relatively weaker prospects. But there are a number of smaller players that still look attractive. We’ve picked TZOO, DTC and JTKWY.About The IndustryInternet - Commerce continues to evolve as the technologies driving it advance.On the one side are increasingly powerful and capable user devices. On the other are sophisticated, AI-enabled software platforms facilitating transactions that are thereby, more capable of delivering user satisfaction. Social commerce and chatbots are further facilitating things.Differentiation comes from better technology for improved showcasing, easier navigation and payment, speedier delivery and returns, brand building, comparison shopping, loyalty, etc. which generally tip the scales in favor of larger players. Particularly because there is fierce price competition necessitating deep discounting, which keeps prices down.Amazon AMZN dominates, traditional retailers are rapidly digitizing and new players continue to emerge.Current Trends Driving The Internet-Commerce IndustryThe industry is seeing difficult comps as markets continue to open up after the pandemic-driven surge in sales over the last couple of years. While purchasing trends haven’t reversed entirely, the effect of more sales moving back to stores was only to be expected. Rising inflation, followed by rate hikes and an impending recession are also not the greatest thing to happen to retailers. And the supply chain and labor issues that started the crisis in the first place continue to drive up costs. Nobody really knows for sure when these issues will be resolved. Additionally, retailers have hugely bult up their digital infrastructure in order to deal with the surging demand, and idling this will add to costs. On a positive note, the importance of having a digital presence has never been greater. As American companies like Amazon and Walmart continue their march to conquer the world, it’s relevant for this outlook to include data that goes beyond the borders. Accordingly, global retail ecommerce grew around 16% in 2021. In 2022, most of the strength is expected to come from the Philippines, India, Indonesia and Brazil growing the fastest, by at least 22%. Total retail sales growth is expected to go from +9.7% in 2021 to +5.0% in 2022. Ecommerce will grow its share of total global retail sales from an estimated 21% this year to 24.5% by 2025. The top five ecommerce markets are China, U.S., UK, Japan and South Korea. Amazon’s share of U.S. ecommerce (expected to grow 16.1% this year according to Insider Intelligence) is around 40%, and the leading retailer is expected to grow 15.3% this year. Traditional retailers’ focus on digital initiatives including click and collect, cashierless checkout, contactless payment and digital signage should continue, despite customers returning to stores. Online retailers’ focus remains on social commerce, grocery sales and the buy-now-pay-later option. Both ecommerce pureplays and traditional retailers are balancing ecommerce sales with a physical presence because it is only proximity to a consumer that can facilitate quick delivery. So a hybrid/omnichannel model has become commonplace, allowing customized, quick and convenient delivery (BOPIS, curbside pickup) through apps. Self-driven delivery vehicles and drones are already on the horizon to deal with logistics problems and make deliveries smoother and cheaper.  Also, data mining has never been easier. Because of the many details involved in satisfying a customer, data mining has grown in importance over the years, with the party controlling the customer’s data being best positioned to identify and service demand while also delivering the desired experience. Most of the big ecommerce players are also into payments processing, which gives them further insight into a customer’s tastes, preferences and buying habits. As machines read and process this data, they can create programs and processes to maximize customer satisfaction and drive sales. Artificial intelligence such as that used by companies like Amazon already decides how competitive a player is. But as time goes by, more and more retailers are jumping on board and harnessing big data that has become imperative for survival. All said, companies moving online and existing players utilizing more advanced tools and analytics to increase their return on investment remain positives for the industry. At the same time, profitability could come in for some pressure (for some) as companies invest heavily in building out infrastructure to support the next leg of growth and deal with continued supply chain issues.Zacks Industry Rank Reflects Weak Near-Term GrowthThe Zacks Internet - CommerceIndustry is a rather large group within the broader Zacks Retail And WholesaleSector. It carries a Zacks Industry Rankof #210, which places it in the bottom 16% of more than 250 Zacks industries.Our research shows that the top 50% of the Zacks-ranked industries outperforms the bottom 50% by a factor of more than 2 to 1. So the group’s Zacks Industry Rank, which is basically the average of the Zacks Rank of all the member stocks, indicates weak near-term prospects.The industry’s positioning in the bottom 50% of the Zacks-ranked industries is the result of its relative performance versus others. As far as aggregate estimate revisions are concerned, it appears that analysts expect earnings to decline by 51.3% this year and by 68.4% in the next. The decline continues, as a lot of the sales that moved online because of the pandemic continues to move back to stores. Supply chain and labor issues are also increasing the cost of operation while amortization and other charges ride higher on the increased infrastructure buildup over the past few years.Before we present a few stocks that you may want to consider for your portfolio, let’s take a look at the industry’s recent stock-market performance and valuation picture.Industry Lags On Shareholder ReturnsThe Zacks Electronic - Commerce Industry has traded at a discount to both the broader Zacks Retail and Wholesale Sector as well as the S&P 500 index over the past year.So we see that the stocks in this industry have collectively lost 44.2% of their value over the past year, compared to the broader Zacks Retail and Wholesale Sector, which lost 31.5% and the S&P 500, which lost just 9.5%.One-Year Price PerformanceImage Source: Zacks Investment ResearchIndustry's Current ValuationOn the price-to-forward 12 months’ earnings (P/E) basis, the industry still looks grossly overvalued (38.00X) with respect to both the S&P 500 (16.71X) and the broader retail sector (21.14X).On the basis of forward sales (P/S) however, the industry trades at its annual low of 1.48X, which trails the S&P 500’s 3.68X although it remains understandably higher than the sector’s 1.24X. Over the past year, the industry has traded as high as 2.70X, as low as 1.48X and at the median of 2.37X, as the chart below shows.Forward 12 Month Price-to-Sales (P/E) RatioImage Source: Zacks Investment Research3 Stocks Worth ConsideringWhile things don’t look exciting for the industry overall and its valuation is still too expensive, there are quite a large number of stocks to choose from. That’s because of the significant variety that exists in this industry in terms of lines of business, business model, location, and so forth. Here are a few that are worth buying today:Travelzoo (TZOO): New York- based Travelzoo provides travel, entertainment and local deals from travel and entertainment companies, as well as local businesses in Europe and North America (it is exiting the Asia Pacific business). It serves airlines, hotels, cruise lines, vacations packagers, tour operators, destinations, car rental companies, travel agents, theater and performing arts groups, restaurants, spas, and activity companies.Travelzoo has amassed around 30 million members that the company describes as being affluent, active and open to new experiences. This is a strong positive in an environment that continues to open up to travel. In the last quarter, Travelzoo reported North America revenue growth of 19% and Europe revenue growth of 66%.Analysts are extremely positive about its prospects both in 2022 and 2023. They currently expect Travelzoo’s revenue and earnings to grow a respective 27% and 622% in 2022and at strong double-digit rates in 2023 as well. The Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) company’s estimates are also moving up. The 2021 estimate is up 51.2% in the last 30 days.The shares are down 47.2% over the past year.Price & Consensus: TZOOImage Source: Zacks Investment ResearchSolo Brands, Inc. (DTC): Texas-based Solo Brands started out as a digitally native platform selling stoves and fire pits under the Solo Stove brand. Last year, it acquired three more outdoor lifestyle brands (Oru, ISLE and Chubbies) that significantly expanded its product range. The Oru brand brought kayaks, the ISLE brand brought paddle boards and the Chubbies brand brought swim trunks, casual shorts, sport products, polos, shirts and lounge products. Thus, the company became Solo Brands and launched its IPO in 2021. While it has a global supply chain, its products are sold in the U.S. And given the nature of its products, it enjoys seasonal strength in the second and fourth quarters.The pandemic has been both good and bad for Solo Brands. Bad because it necessitated social distancing, which made word-of-mouth referrals difficult. Since this is a primary driver of sales for the direct-to-consumer (DTC) platform, there was a certain negative impact. Word-of-mouth referrals for example had dropped to 26% of solostove.com orders in Mar 2020, but they recovered to 45% of orders in Mar 2021. Another negative was the supply chain, which increased freight and container shipping costs while also impacting product availability. But the pandemic was also positive because it increased consumer interest in outdoor living and outdoor recreation while also necessitating that they do their shopping online (which is how the company’s products are sold).Right now, Solo Brands is seeing very difficult comps in its direct-to-consumer business, but wholesale revenues and contribution from acquisitions are helping results. After the seasonally strong second quarter, it has some new product launches planned for the second half, which may be expected to support sales. As a result, the company reaffirmed its 2022 guidance.The Zacks Consensus Estimate for the 2022 EPS is up 21.3% in the last 60 days. The Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) stock is down 73.1% since it started trading.Price & Consensus: DTCImage Source: Zacks Investment Research Just Eat Takeaway.com N.V. (JTKWY): Amsterdam, the Netherlands-based Just Eat operates an online food delivery marketplace, connecting consumers and restaurants through its platforms. It has operations across most European countries, Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. (through its Grub Hub acquisition last year that is now looking to sell either partially or fully). In 2021, it had 580,000 restaurants in its network that generated 1.1 billion orders (up 33% over the prior year).Just Eat’s aggressive expansion drive has added a large number of restaurants to its network, thus expanding restaurant selection for its customers. In an environment where customer churn is set to increase (it added 20 million new customers since the pandemic started) the broader base of restaurants can be a deterrent. Without it, orders would most likely have been significantly lower in the first quarter instead of just flattish. Encouragingly, management continues to expect average monthly order frequency and returning consumers to remain above pre-pandemic and pandemic levels.The increasing level of regulatory scrutiny is a bit of a concern. In the U.S., some state regulators are looking to cap the fees that delivery companies can charge restaurants, mandating the sharing of customer details like names, phone numbers, mailing addresses and purchase histories when requested by restaurants and requiring delivery companies to break down their charges for consumers. The EU Commission's proposals to improve conditions for workers and help them access social protections is also a potential headwind.Management expects profitability on an EBITDA basis to be a 2023 phenomenon as the company is seeing very difficult comps this year in lieu of the strong demand during the pandemic. It has also put GrubHub on sale as the deal has not lived up to expectations. But profitability remains a focus point.The aggressive expansion is telling on this Zacks Rank #2 stock’s estimates as is the lowered expectations from GrubHub. The estimates therefore don’t look too encouraging at the moment. The expected loss for 2022 has dropped just a couple of cents over the last 60 days to 98 cents a share. The 2023 loss dropped a penny to 68 cents.The shares are down 79.4% since Jun 2021.Price Performance: JTKWYImage Source: Zacks Investment Research 5 Stocks Set to Double Each was handpicked by a Zacks expert as the #1 favorite stock to gain +100% or more in 2021. Previous recommendations have soared +143.0%, +175.9%, +498.3% and +673.0%. Most of the stocks in this report are flying under Wall Street radar, which provides a great opportunity to get in on the ground floor.Today, See These 5 Potential Home Runs >>Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Travelzoo (TZOO): Free Stock Analysis Report Solo Brands, Inc. (DTC): Free Stock Analysis Report Just Eat Takeaway.com N.V. Sponsored ADR (JTKWY): Free Stock Analysis Report To read this article on Zacks.com click here. Zacks Investment Research.....»»

Category: topSource: zacksJun 29th, 2022

The Economics of Legal Weed Don’t Work

The legal cannabis business has been hampered by regulation and competition Ten years ago Colorado became the first state in the U.S. to fully legalize the recreational use of cannabis. Many other states followed, and several others already had sufficiently lax medical marijuana legislation, that now an estimated 40% of American adults can legally buy cannabis. Musicians, actors and sports stars have quickly jumped into the market with their own brands of weed, hoping to lure people who want to get high with a high-end product. Some of these—Willie Nelson, Snoop Dogg, Seth Rogen—are unsurprising. Others are less likely weedpreneurs, including Bella Thorne, Jaleel White—the actor who played Steve Urkel in Family Matters—and former NBA star Al Harrington. The newly legal industry was predicted to be a multibillion dollar business and a big tax revenue win for the states. [time-brightcove not-tgx=”true”] But it hasn’t been that simple, according to the authors of the new book Can Legal Weed Win?: The Blunt Realities of Cannabis Economics. The two economists from the University of California, Davis’s Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics found that the future of the legal cannabis business, hampered by regulation, competition and standard agricultural issues, is a bit hazy. TIME spoke to the authors, Daniel Sumner—who is also a former assistant secretary of economics at the U.S. Department of Agriculture—and Robin Goldstein, who is also the author of a controversial bestselling guide to wine, The Wine Trials. This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity. Not quite half of American adults can now buy weed legally. How’s business going? Daniel Sumner: It’s been tough. There’s still a whole lot of illegal weed out there available to that same group of consumers, and most of them choose the illegal product because it’s half the price. Also, they have been consuming the product for the last 20 to 40 years; they’ve been dealing with this guy who knows a guy and they’re reasonably happy with the product. Why is legal weed more expensive? Sumner: To get a license to start with in most states you hire a consultant to help you through the regulation maze. And then you wait. In Vermont [which legalized recreational cannabis in 2018], for example, you’ve hired your consultants, you’ve gotten your venue for your retail store, you’ve purchased a greenhouse or rented one as your cannabis growing facility, and you’re still waiting. It’s been four years. Nobody has got an adult-use weed license in Vermont. Robin Goldstein: In many states, the agencies are understaffed and the process is very lengthy, time-consuming and difficult for people to get through. So it can take years and years and in the meantime, they have investors, they’re burning cash and a lot of people have lost their money just by waiting. Sumner: And at the farm level, the illegal producers really are, for the most part, off the grid. They’re not paying attention to labor regulations or pesticide regulations or other things that are the same for every farmer, not just for cannabis. That is a cost disadvantage for the legal guy. And that’s one where almost everybody would say, “We really ought to enforce that.” I wish we could figure out a way to enforce it on the illegal guys, but we haven’t figured that out yet. Have we not seen an influx of customers who wanted to try weed but who were turned off by the criminal aspect? Goldstein: Yes, but it’s a small percentage. In many of these states that have legalized, the penalties weren’t that harsh already for the buyer. People who wanted to try it could try it. Evidence from around the world, from places like the Netherlands that have had forms of legalization well before the U.S., suggests that you don’t see a big increase in the total amount of weed smoking just because you legalize it. Read More: Why There are So Many Different Names for Weed So what’s happened to the medical marijuana industry as a result of legalization? Goldstein: In some states there was legal medical weed for many years and it was more or less unregulated. And now with all these new rules, some of those people are breaking the laws. We don’t think it was the intention of the voters generally to make more weed criminals. [In states where weed is legalized] there’s not really that much reason for people to continue getting their medical recommendations. Once anyone can just walk into a dispensary and buy it, then what’s the reason to pay a doctor to get this recommendation? There have been some states where the medical system has survived, including Colorado, and Massachusetts, because they’ve got much bigger tax exemptions for the medical patients. A lot of people think that weed is a growth industry and states like Colorado are riding this new product to economic prosperity. Is this not true? Sumner: There are companies that have done well and there are lots of companies that have not done well at all. There are growers that are doing OK and there are lots of farms that are not doing OK at all. Now, that’s true for other farms too. I’ve been looking at farm industries for a very long time, and that’s the nature of agriculture. But cannabis is in this state of flux. It’s been a gold rush and a few people have found some gold and a lot of people haven’t. What I like to say is the company that made a lot of money in the California Gold Rush was Levi’s. It was making jeans for the guys digging for gold. And so there are some companies that have done OK in supplying the cannabis business with things that it needs as it modernizes. What about the investors? You mention in your book that former Republican congressmen and legalization opponents, Tom Daschle and John Boehner are involved in the industry. Is there any money being made on the VC or investor front? Sumner: Those two are among the consultants, for example, the lobbyists and the like, who may be doing OK. Goldstein: The ones that are probably making the safest money are probably the ones who were taking flat fees. You can’t not make money taking big consulting fees. But folks who took their compensation in the form of shares in these big cannabis holding companies, those stocks have not done well on the whole. One of the hopes of the legalizing movement was that people who had been most injured by its criminalization would have a head start in taking advantage of that market. Has that happened? Sumner: A lot of people who have been in the business for a long time and knew how to grow the crop thought that that would be enough to allow them to really boom when it was made legal. What they didn’t know is how to run a legal business and that was a real eye-opener for them. Take somebody who’s been a small time criminal. You say, “Go to your banker and get a loan for a half a million dollars so that you can build a modern greenhouse. Come and fill out all the forms and keep very clear records because there’s a computerized track-and-trace system that you have to implement…” Goldstein: Yeah, and “Go to your city council, or your county board of supervisors and get the local approval.” This is just a skill set that these people didn’t have. Access to capital is part of it and access to political capital is another part of it. In many cases they didn’t have either. No matter how many well-meaning, good faith equity programs there are, having the resources to get into this business is way more than just no longer being officially considered a criminal. Is there not a weed billionaire somewhere? Sumner: Probably not, but there certainly are weed millionaires. The people that are trying to build it as an ongoing profit-making business—the honest ones—say we’ve got years to go here. Is one of them going to become Amazon? Probably not, but is one of them generating a regular few hundred million dollars a year from a dozen stores scattered around? Probably, yes. Can we tell yet if the problems are those of scaling and efficiency that are common to startups and small businesses, or problems where the regulation and the way the market is set up are never going to be solved? Goldstein: One of the problems with scaling is that it’s all state-by-state at the moment. So, you have to basically craft a strategy within a state based on that state’s regulation and taxation system, and so forth. Expanding to multiple states is less like scaling up a business nationally and more like starting a whole new business in every state. If I were advising a cannabis company, I’d say try to try to compete on price. Everyone wants to create their own fancy weed brand backed by a celebrity. That’s a really tough market to compete in. Sumner: People say this is a $100 billion industry. Robin and I are skeptical of that, but there could be a $10 billion industry, which is a lot of money if shared among a few players. But we don’t have any companies that are dominant in the market. There’s nothing like a Reynolds Tobacco that has the brands and does the manufacturing. We’ve seen nothing like the consolidation yet where the really big money could be coming. We haven’t even seen an indication that it’s going that direction. You mentioned Vermont, which in principle legalized, but in practice has no legal weed-dealers. Are there some states that are doing it better? Goldstein: Legal weed producers and sellers in Washington and Colorado have a better chance at capturing market share than they do in other states. That’s not just because of lower taxes and regulations. It’s also because those two states have been open for recreational and adult use the longest. Over time, companies get more efficient at regulations, and regulators and legislatures adjust things over time, learning from early mistakes. Read More: The Environmental Downside of Cannabis Cultivation What industry is weed most like? Alcohol? Sumner: There are parallels but there are really big differences as well, partly because weed has been illegal longer than it was legal, and alcohol was legal almost forever and then became illegal for a little while. There are other big differences: you can put a million dollars worth of weed in your station wagon and still have room for the kids. Moving illegal weed around is so easy compared to manufacturing and moving illegal alcohol. Goldstein: I don’t think there’s any other industry that it’s really that much like and that’s one reason we thought it was worth writing a book about it, because it’s so unique and weird. You can draw parallels from alcohol, you can draw parallels from food and agriculture, you can draw parallels from tobacco, but there are so many huge differences. The value per ounce of this stuff is just through the roof, unlike any other product that’s legal. It’s more expensive than white truffle or saffron or beluga caviar. Are you proposing less regulation? There are a lot of people who would argue for more regulation around something that alters brain function. Sumner: We understand that. But you can [have so many rules that you] make sure that you have this very heavily regulated pure product that no one buys, and all those people buy the illegal product. We’ll let all these kids go out and buy illegal weed and let that industry prosper. For example there’s a rule that says in California, you can’t buy it after 10 p.m., which is when lots of people are just starting to party. Why would you close the legal store at 10 o’clock? Goldstein: The point certainly isn’t that it should be unregulated completely; no product is unregulated. The point is it’s a cost benefit analysis, every additional rule you put on, you have to ask how much is this going to take away from the legal market and shift to the illegal market, where you don’t have any safety standards at all. Every rule you pass, you need to think about that balancing test. How do you balance lowering the barriers to entry with the concern that an increase in the uptake of weed is not necessarily a public good? Sumner: The evidence that legalization has caused increased overall consumption in society is not at all conclusive. But when we see the price of cannabis coming down for the average consumer, it’s a legitimate question to ask: Is that a good thing for society? There are questions when it comes to something that’s having psychological effects. What can you do about it through regulation and government action? It’s not clear what you can do to be effective, given you’ve got this parallel industry that’s illegal. That’s a real challenge and we acknowledge it. Wouldn’t one way to resolve this be not to make legal weed less regulated but make illegal weed more so? Goldstein: Then you have an enforcement problem. The intent of the voters was, Let’s keep people out of jail for marijuana offenses. And let’s stop punishing people for doing something that we don’t believe should be illegal anymore and if the result is, you end up with much more criminal crackdowns and more drawing more people in jail than you did before, you risk frustrating the purpose that voters had, or that legislatures had in legalizing it. With weed, you have this 80-year history of the stuff being produced in incredibly large quantities and distributed all over the world illegally and at low prices with high quality already. This pre-existing illegal market is so robust that to come in and try to just bust that up, it’s a logistical nightmare for law enforcement. Sumner: Society has signaled over and over again that we feel uncomfortable throwing millions of young black men and young brown men in jail for what seemed to be relatively minor offenses in terms of violence. However, I will tell you that there are individual growers or retailers who say “What the hell? I’m complying with all these regulations. And then there’s a kid standing on the corner in front of my store selling weed at half the price. Why don’t you arrest him?” So there are retailers and farmers who are very frustrated. But even most of them don’t say, “Hey, bust my brother-in-law.”.....»»

Category: topSource: timeJun 22nd, 2022

The 15 best Google Calendar tips for organizing your schedule and improving productivity

Here are 15 of the most useful Google Calendar tips and tricks for getting the most out of the platform. tommaso79/Getty Images Google Calendar is a deceptively rich, customizable service, filled with many options and preferences.  You can enable world clocks to make it easier to set meetings across time zones or shorten meetings by default.  Here are 15 of the most useful Google Calendar tips and tricks for getting the most out of the platform. Google Calendar may be one of the most common go-to productivity tools for business and personal productivity alike, but there's a good chance you're only scratching the surface when it comes to getting the most out of it. Armed with these handy Google Calendar tips for the desktop platform, you can do more, work faster, and be more productive with Google's scheduling service. Create multiple calendarsIf you do everything with Google Calendars — your personal and work appointments, family obligations, and local hockey league practice schedule — then you might want to organize yourself with multiple calendars. You can overlay more than one calendar for a holistic view of your day or turn off some calendars to reduce the noise and focus on what's important. To create a new calendar, click the Plus beside Other calendars in the left pane of Google Calendar. Click Create new calendar, give it a name and then click Create calendar. You can create multiple calendars for different kinds of meetings and events.Dave Johnson Use Google Calendar's keyboard shortcutsYou'd be forgiven for not realizing that Google Calendar has its own array of keyboard shortcuts. Even so, you should know them because they're so handy. To turn them on, click the Settings icon (shaped like a gear) and then click Settings. Click Keyboard shortcuts in the navigation pane on the left and then, in the Keyboard shortcuts section, enable the feature by clicking the checkbox. Once enabled, you can use shortcuts to change the view, search, change days, create meetings, print, and much more. To see the entire set of shortcuts, press ? when in Google Calendar. Shorten every meetingMany companies have a smart meeting policy — rather than running a full 60 minutes, meetings are scheduled for 50 minutes, which gives attendees time to take notes, answer emails, and get to their next event on time. You can make shorter meetings into Google Calendar. Click the Settings icon (shaped like a gear) and then click Settings. On the Language and region page, in the Event settings section, check Speedy meetings. This will shorten 30 and 45 minute meetings by 5 minutes, and shorten all meetings 60 minutes or longer by 10 minutes. The Speedy meetings settings shortens the default duration of common meetings.Dave JohnsonFind a meeting timeIf you are scheduling a meeting with other Google users, it's easy to find a good time for the meeting without a lot of back-and-forth email exchanges. Add all the invitees to the meeting Guest list, and then click Find a Time at the top of the meeting details.  You'll see everyone's schedules side by side, and you can find an opening that suits everyone's schedule. Customize your notificationsIf your meeting notifications annoy you because they always happen 10 minutes before the event — and that's simply not the right time for your needs — you simply haven't customized them yet. Click the Settings icon (shaped like a gear) and then click Settings. In the navigation pane on the left, go to the Settings for my calendar section and click a calendar. Now you can go to the Event notification section of the page and choose how early you want a notification — and even set up more than one if you need to. You can also customize when you get notifications for all day events as well in the All day event notifications section.Give ownership of a meeting to someone elseIf you created a meeting but discover you can't attend and need to put someone else in charge, there's no need to cancel the meeting or have a replacement re-create it. You can give ownership of the meeting away. To do that, click the meeting in the calendar. When the preview appears, click the three-dot menu and then, in the drop-down, choose Change owner. Enter the details and click Change owner. You can transfer the ownership of meetings in Google Calendar if you want to delegate the meeting to someone else.Dave JohnsonTurn on the World ClockIf you need to message or schedule meetings with people in different time zones, it can be helpful to have their local time at your fingertips. Google Calendar can display all the time zones you care about in the pane on the left, under the monthly calendar. To enable it, click the Settings icon (shaped like a gear) and then click Settings. On the Language and region page find the World clock section. Turn on World clock by clicking the checkbox. Then click Add time zone and select the time zone you need. Repeat for all the zones you want to add to the calendar. See your calendar at a glance without opening Google CalendarYou shouldn't have to open the Google Calendar webpage to see your daily itinerary. Install the Button for Google Calendar Chrome extension and you'll be able to see your upcoming meetings as a drop-down menu from the Chrome toolbar without leaving the webpage you're currently using. Drag the mouse to make a multi-day eventThere's an easy way to make an event span two or more days. Position the mouse at the top of the calendar, between the date and first time slot. Click and drag the mouse from the first day of the event to the last. An event pop-up will appear for the length of your event — just fill in the details and click Save.    You can click and drag to make a multi-day meeting in Google Calendar.Dave JohnsonAdd attachments to a meeting inviteChalk this one up to "hiding in plain sight," because it seems few people realize you can add documents and other attachments to a meeting invite, eliminating the need to send a follow-up email. When you create the meeting in Google Calendar, be sure to click Add description or attachments and then use the Add attachments button (to the right of the paperclip). If you've already created the invite, click the meeting in the calendar to see the preview, then click Edit event (the Pencil at the top of the preview). Then add the attachment in the event details. Create a custom calendar viewWant a calendar that only shows the work week and omits the weekend? Or how about a rolling four-week view? Google Calendar gives you a lot of control over what you see. Click the Settings icon (shaped like a gear) and then click Settings. In the navigation pane on the left, choose View options, then customize these settings however you like. For example, click the Set custom view menu and choose how many days you want to see on the page at once. Make your meeting privateIf you need discretion for a meeting — perhaps it's a sensitive meeting with HR, or you don't want to disclose that you're headed to the doctor — you can set the visibility of the meeting to private. The only thing anyone viewing your calendar will know is that your time is blocked off. To do that, open your meeting and, above the meeting description, click the menu that's currently set to Default visibility. Choose Private and then click Save. You can set meetings to private so only the time is blocked out on the calendar.Dave JohnsonEmail all your meeting attendeesNeed to reach everyone invited to a particular meeting? As long as you created the meeting, you can do it with a single click. Click the meeting on the calendar and the meeting preview should pop up. To the right of the Guests section, you should see two icons. You can copy guest emails or click Email guests to open a new email message with their addresses already filled in. Receive a daily email with your scheduled meetingsIf you're the kind of person who likes a morning summary of your meetings and tasks, Google Calendar can help by sending you a summary of your meeting agenda each day. To turn this on, click the Settings icon (shaped like a gear) and then click Settings. In the navigation pane on the left, go to the Settings for my calendar section and click the calendar for which you want the daily summary. Click Other notifications. In the Other notifications summary, find Daily agenda and change None to E-mail. Enable the daily agenda to get an email summary of the day’s meetings.Dave JohnsonEnter the location in your meeting inviteDon't forget that Google Calendar lets you enter the exact street address in your meeting invite — and this integrates with Google Maps, so you can open the driving directions on whatever device you're viewing the invite with. Simply enter the address in the Add location field, which you can find right above the notification controls.Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderJun 16th, 2022

Teaming Up: How Sports and Real Estate Collaborate

Always striving to put together a winning team. Focused on a local market but with the potential to reach people across the world. Competing with one another while honed in on the same big goals. Extremely visible, occasionally flashy but grounded in something that brings people together. As a description of both the real estate… The post Teaming Up: How Sports and Real Estate Collaborate appeared first on RISMedia. Always striving to put together a winning team. Focused on a local market but with the potential to reach people across the world. Competing with one another while honed in on the same big goals. Extremely visible, occasionally flashy but grounded in something that brings people together. As a description of both the real estate world and sports world, these ideas ring equally true. With sports franchises often in need of specialized, discrete real estate services, and brokerages eager to access the kind of networking and local visibility a team can offer, working together just makes sense. “If you think about what sports and entertainment [ -focused ] real estate is, it’s a client base that is operating in a private world,” says Jordan Stuart, who leads a recently launched Keller Williams initiative focused on sports and entertainment. “It’s not something that’s coming off internet leads, it’s very relationship based.” While the top-level value seems obvious, how real estate companies create these partnerships and the focus and specific opportunities created will vary based on the brokerage, the market and objectives. For some, the chance to network with high profile clients makes all the difference. For others, brand recognition and advertising offers a unique way to grow their business. “I get texts and phone calls all the time, when people are sitting in the arena and they take a picture of the Corcoran logo,” says Val Mitchener, owner of Corcoran HM Properties in Charlotte, North Carolina. “Like any other business or opportunity, the hope is that people will support each other.” Michener just recently signed a multi-year extension of her company’s partnership with the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets, which includes in-arena advertising among many other benefits—some formalized, some that grow organically from the relationship. Uniquely, a partnership with a sports franchise offers an incredible variety of opportunities that extend well beyond the kind of sponsorship deals struck in other industries. “If you’re going to invest in this marketing opportunity…make sure that you take advantage of all the opportunities that are available because of it,” she adds. Xs and Os How these partnerships begin varies, but brokers agree that the relationships have to be organic. “I basically made the decision, kind of on my own,” says Christoffer Fasth, chief partnership director for another Corcoran affiliate, Corcoran Reverie, which has partnered with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. “I knew somebody in the organization and made the phone call, and basically on that first phone call they said, ‘Absolutely, let’s have a meet.’” Reverie had recently acquired boutique brokerage Worth Properties in Nashville, and was looking to establish a footprint there. Fasth says that representatives from the Titans had already done a tremendous amount of research on his company before the initial meeting, and based on reputation, business fundamentals and personal comfortability, it was swiftly clear the two organizations were a match. “It was very eye-opening,” he laughs. “They were very adamant about wanting to partner with a brand like us, because it not only was a perfect fit—when I met the people, when I got to know them, we kind of hung out, we became friends…their culture is pretty much like our culture.” Daniel de la Vega is president of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty in Miami, which has recently landed deals with the NBA’s Miami Heat and the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. He told RISMedia via email that those came about because of personal connections within and around his organization. “ONE Sotheby’s International Realty is a Miami-born company and many of our clients, agents, and staff share a personal connection with the teams as passionate fans. We wanted to reach our community and clientele on a personal level,” de la Vega says. Keller Williams and Stuart are attempting to build a national network that can connect sports and entertainment clients with agents all across the country, rather than with just one team in one market. Stuart calls it “a community” rather than an initiative or brand, focusing on identifying agents with the right skillsets for specialized opportunities. “When I talk to new REALTORS®, their main question is, how do I get in front of people, how do I tell them I’m a real estate agent?” he says. “The answer is, you put yourself in the room with high-level people who appreciate you and support you.” What this looks like specifically varies based on several factors, but Stuart says he is looking for agents who understand the value, and have the skills to leverage unique opportunities of interacting with potential clients who are private, high-profile and can offer in terms of marketing and referrals. “Everything is created out of warm introductions and a level of trust between the client and the real estate agent that is going to, essentially, build opportunities for other agents that build that same trust,” he says. Fasth says his company is currently formulating an internal structure that can pair the right people to meet needs and opportunities garnered from the Titans partnership. While the specifics are still being worked out, the idea is to understand the specialized needs of an NFL team to maximize the relationship. “You have to cater to them a little bit differently,” he says. “You gotta have certain teams catering to certain people.” Posterized The real estate professionals who spoke to RISMedia wouldn’t disclose the financial details of their contracts or formal agreements, but they do suggest that the type of access to clients, unique perks and branding opportunities are all unique—and, according to Mitchener, organic in a way that is particularly valuable to her brand. She describes seeing a dramatic photo widely circulated in sports media showing Hornets star Miles Bridges going to the basket against two defenders. Prominently in the background are multiple banners naming Corcoran HM as the “Official REALTOR® of the Charlotte Hornets.” “It was a super great shot that won the game,” she says. “There are a lot of occasions and things like that.” Another Hornets star designed his dream home in a video that was sponsored by Corcoran HM and played on the big screens in the arena. Mitchener says her company also shared that video on their own social media and website, drawing a huge amount of attention and engagement. Having your real estate brand associated so closely with something as powerful, visible and exciting as a local sports team might not be quantifiable, but it is also invaluable, Mitchener asserts. “Who they choose to affiliate with says a lot,” she says. “I think people know that if the Hornets trust Corcoran HM properties, then that’s a good thing—that they should, too.” Mitchener, Fasth and de la Vega all say their partnerships also include access to seats or suites at games, which they can give to clients, hold events at or use as contest prizes. According to de la Vega, this perk is especially useful at the agent level. “Promoting our agents and creating new possibilities for them to strengthen their business is at the forefront of everything we do,” he says. “Through these partnerships, agents have the ability to build relationships with their clients by inviting them to games, network with each other during company hosted suite nights, and receive referrals and new business opportunities. The sports world is dynamic.” Fasth says Corcoran Reverie’s partnership with the Titans includes access to unique team merchandise, signed or used items that few, if anyone else, would be able to get their hands on. These are sometimes used as closing gifts, which he describes as a way to make a uniquely lasting impression with a client. “Say you have a closing, and you want to get a Derrick Henry football,” Fasth says, referring to one of the Titans’ star players. “You talk to their children and they’re like, ‘Oh my God I love Derrick Henry’—if you come to the closing and you give that kid a Derrick Henry football, they are going to tell every single person they know that you did that. And that is going to build your reputation greater than anything you can imagine.” Huddle Up Something that real estate professionals can always appreciate are opportunities to get new clients—especially clients who are part of a tight-knit community of individuals who often buy multiple higher-end properties. Stuart describes his community as a carefully selected, geographically diverse pool of agents who can act as a bridge between Keller Williams offices and the sports and entertainment world. “You can mail…a mailer that they’re going to get out of their mailbox and look at it and give you a call. That’s now how it works,” he says. “Because of who they are, they rely on advisors that they look to to essentially help them take care of things like, ‘Where am I going to live?’” “If we have a targeted group of people that are looking for that and we have an agent class within Keller Williams that are all collaborating together,” Stuart continues, “if you have a group that’s focused on privacy and making sure you’re getting in touch with the right people, you’re going to be able to access clients a lot easier.” A unique opportunity created in the sports community is the possibility beyond referrals, of having individual players endorse the agent. Creating a marketing deal where this athlete mentions or endorses the agent on their social media to their followers—fans of the team, other athletes—is another invaluable way to grow your personal brand, Stuart says. A recent change in the law has allowed college athletes to participate in these types of deals, which might make more sense for smaller real estate businesses in college-town markets. “The fans are the ones that are seeing this—it’s like a digital billboard,” Stuart says. Mitchener says that her partnership, which has been ongoing for over a decade, has allowed her to work with players, coaches and many others in the Hornets organization even as players come and go. Not only through the formal partnership but through word of mouth, she says people moving in and out of the region—as players are traded and coaches change jobs—come to her for real estate needs. “I’ve built relationships with a lot of the players in the organization and that’s been helpful,” she says. In both Tennessee and Charlotte, there are also opportunities to connect in the broader communities around the team, not just with players and team employees. Fasthe says his agents have numerous inroads to other companies who are partnered with the Titans—both big and small—creating an entirely new ecosystem to generate business within. “You also get this other brand that is going to bring in so much business to the agents,” he says. “We’re going to have to form these groups and these teams and these team leads to work directly with these people.” “There is definitely a connection among the sponsors. We have some events and different opportunities to meet other sponsors,” Mitchener says. In the world of billion-dollar NFL and NBA franchises, everything about these partnerships are on a different level, focusing on luxury real estate and highly specialized, often confidential service. Stuart says Keller Williams is looking for people who don’t have to be sports nerds, but must be able to delve into this world and understand its dynamics. “It’s not just having a number of agents, it’s having the right agent in each market,” he says. Fasth says he believes that the same principles and opportunities he follows in the big leagues can apply to any level of sports—small market baseball teams, for instance. Fasth’s parents own a couple small businesses that work with the Shuckers, a minor-league baseball team playing in his hometown of Biloxi, Mississippi. With maybe a few thousand fans (and tickets going for as little as $8), Fasth claims that those partnerships have created tremendous value. “The business that they get from just that [ relationship ] is amazing, and the recognition is amazing,” he says. “I don’t think it’s the size of the organization—granted I’m extremely happy to be aligned with the NFL team. But I think any of those smaller markets, smaller-type teams is still a huge thing.” The post Teaming Up: How Sports and Real Estate Collaborate appeared first on RISMedia......»»

Category: realestateSource: rismediaJun 9th, 2022

Some crypto firms are taking remote work a step further: no corporate headquarters

Crypto players' decentralized ethos and a remote-work boom might spell the end of the glitzy, sprawling company HQ. Neither Coinbase nor Binance have an HQ right now.Steven Ferdman/Getty Images; Antonio Masiello/Getty Images; Insider Crypto fervor, paired with the remote-work boom, could lead to more startups ditching HQs. Coinbase and Binance are two industry leaders that have already done so. It's a deviation from Silicon Valley's Web2 era, when Apple and Meta erected glitzy home bases. Binance is one of the largest players in the crypto world, an exchange estimated to be worth up to $300 billion, but you'll notice something unique about the company: it doesn't have a physical headquarters.The company's lack of established headquarters has gotten the startup into hot water with regulators, who say it makes oversight more difficult. But the exchange isn't the only crypto company that has deemed an HQ unnecessary — Coinbase also recently got rid of its San Francisco home base in favor of going fully remote. In recent months, crypto companies have started paving the way for a departure from the sprawling, perk-heavy, glitzy headquarters of Web2 companies like Apple, Google, and Meta, which have devoted billions to Silicon Valley command centers. But their Web3 successors, imbued with the remote-first tenets of the decentralized movement — and bolstered by the rise of remote work during the pandemic — could spell the death of the HQ, which has always served as a physical beacon of the booming tech world.Coinbase, Binance, and Kraken make the case for nixing HQsA sign reading "Initial Chocolate Offering" is hung in Coinbase's San Francisco office in 2018.Christie Hemm Klok for The Washington Post via Getty ImagesCoinbase may have gone HQ-less, but it wasn't always that way. The exchange called a San Francisco high rise its home base starting in 2014, complete with Silicon Valley-esque perks like "a game room, nap room, free meals, and a fully stocked fridge," per a company blog post at the time.But, a year or so into the pandemic, Coinbase announced it was permanently closing its San Francisco office to go "remote-first" and would no longer have a physical headquarters. The company further reiterated these plans in its S-1 before going public in April 2021."We've committed to having no HQ, and it's important to show our decentralized workforce that no one location is important [sic] than the another," Coinbase tweeted in May 2021. (The company is incorporated in Delaware.)—Coinbase News (@CoinbaseNews) May 5, 2021Fellow crypto exchange Kraken followed suit in doing away with its HQ in April, and while CEO Jesse Powell said the closure was specifically a response to incidents of crime impacting its employees on the way into the San Francisco office, he added Kraken has "no plans to establish a new, formal global HQ."And then there's, of course, Binance, which has notoriously dodged questions since well before the pandemic around where exactly the company hangs its hat. "Wherever I sit, is going to be the Binance office," he said at a conference in 2020.Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao has run into snags with regulators in China as well as with officials in Malta, who said Binance didn't have the proper licensing to conduct its business there — and that's just part of its regulatory woes, which stem in part from the fact that the company isn't registered anywhere.Currently, Binance's parent company, Binance Holdings, appears to be incorporated in the Cayman Islands, where authorities told the Wall Street Journal the exchange isn't registered to operate.Zhao acknowledged in September 2021 that if Binance wanted to get along with global regulators, the company would probably need to establish some sort of physical home base and become a centralized entity."As the largest player in the industry, we need to prepare ourselves for the shift," Zhao told the South China Morning Post at the time. "We are making changes to make it easier to work with regulators."He told Fortune in April that Binance will be announcing a location for a true HQ "very soon." He has yet to disclose where.The 'spirit of crypto' is remote-friendly by defaultThis isn't to say major crypto players don't maintain physical HQs. Bahama-based exchange FTX just opened its new HQ in Chicago, NFT marketplace OpenSea has a New York home base for its 93 employees, and Ripple still has its HQ in San Francisco.But the industry's decentralized ethos and the remote-work boom taking over the business world at large is a perfect storm for Web3 players wanting to nix a global hub if they choose.For some companies like Coinbase, they've found that the concept of a headquarters "feels counter to our culture," according to the company's CEO Brian Armstrong."Forgoing a formal headquarters is also more in line with the spirit of crypto, built on the inherent benefits of decentralization," Armstrong said in early 2021. Read the original article on Business Insider.....»»

Category: topSource: businessinsiderJun 1st, 2022