We're still a few days away from official Black Friday deals in the US, but Amazon is already offering big bargains that will leave you feeling thankful by the time Thanksgiving rolls around.
Amazon Black Friday deals have already started, even though the actual Black Friday date falls on November 24. Amazon, however, is getting the party started early with slashed prices across the board for its Kindle and Fire lines.
Also, if you're looking for deals well under $5, you might want to check out Amazon's prices for its Dash Buttons that let you immediately order new household products like laundry detergent with just the click of a button. They're currently 50% off, costing $2.50 each.
All of the deals listed are live now, and they'll remain valid until midnight PT on Cyber Monday (November 27). This is just the beginning, however, as even more Amazon Black Friday deals are on the way, followed closely by Amazon Cyber Monday deals.Early Black Friday quick links
- Amazon Black Friday deals
- Walmart Black Friday deals
- Toys R Us Black Friday deals
- Newegg Black Friday deals
- GameStop Black Friday deals
- eBay Black Friday deals
- Dell Black Friday deals
- Jet Black Friday deals
As you might expect, most of Amazon's early Black Friday deals center around its own products.Black Friday deals are just getting started
The Kindle e-reader in particular remains one of Amazon's most-loved devices even after all these years, so these deals make today and the week to come an excellent time to pick one up if you're new to the line, or simply seeking to upgrade.
There's already an impressive selection of early Amazon Black Friday deals to see aside from these, although just as with these tablets, more impressive deals should be popping up as we get closer to Black Friday.
You can count on us as TechRadar to sift through the deals as they show up and update our pages accordingly.
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With the Xbox One X launching earlier this month at £450, Sony was always going to march in with its one year old PS4 Pro and ruin Microsoft's party with some barnstorming Black Friday deals.
As it turns out, this has happened a week early - a whole range of PS4 Pro bundle deals went live this week which are truly irresistible. The best value deal comes with three Crash Bandicoot games, Call of Duty: WWII, Fallout 4, Doom and FIFA 18 all for just £339.99 at Currys.
If you're looking to spend even less, you can also get the PS4 Pro with FIFA 18 and the three Crash Bandicoot games for just £299. That's an order of magnitude cheaper than a bundle like this cost just one week ago - so if you're after a PS4 Pro, your window is open!The best PS4 Pro Black Friday deals:
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