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Early Black Friday deals 2021 – Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy

In the run up to the biggest sales event on the planet, we take a look at the some of the biggest retailers, in search for precious early Black Friday deals. There is already a surprising amount.

Updated: Oct 19, 2021 4:34 pm
Early Black Friday deals 2021 – Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy

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Black Friday 2021 is only around the corner and while it can be an intense couple of days, luckily we have the luxury of shopping from home, avoiding the nutters down the mall. Every year it feels as though Black Friday gets longer and retailers such as Best Buy and Walmart are beginning to dictate their own sales event timescale, with early Black Friday deals already making it to those theoretical shelves.

We are going to run through some of the biggest and best early deals we’ve found so far, so you can beat the crowds.

Early Black Friday deals

Halloween hasn’t even arrived yet and we are already knee-deep in deals. We are going to be looking through high ticket items, such as laptops, gaming PCs, TVs, and other electronics, to see if there are any lucrative early deals to get in your basket before everyone starts their shopping.

Best Buy early Black Friday deals

Best Buy is one of the biggest retailers when it comes to Black Friday deals, with hundreds of products being slashed between now and November. Best Buy is already hosting early deals with Black Friday prices guaranteed on selected products.

All the products listed below are featured in Best Buys ‘Black Friday Price Guarantee’, meaning if you buy now and then discover the price goes even lower, Best Buy will refund you the difference.

Early Best Buy TV deals

Early Best Buy gaming PC deals

Early Best Buy laptop deals

Early Best Buy gaming monitor deals

Walmart early Black Friday deals

Every year, the Walmart Black Friday deals end up on the top of our lists, and it’s no surprise. From tech to gaming and everything in between, Walmart is a hub of activity every time Black Friday rolls around. This year, Walmart is launching discounts early in what they call – Black November. Basically, Walmart is promising an “all-new Black Friday Experience” and the deals are already underway.

Amazon early Black Friday deals

Amazon offers deals all year round, with Prime Day, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday featuring the most lucrative discounts. In the run-up to Black Friday we see Amazon bringing out early deals, however, they tend to save the best for the day itself. While Amazon is yet to catch up to Walmart and Best Buy for early deals, it is definitely a retailer you should be keeping an eye on over the next few weeks.

What to look out for with early Black Friday deals

Make sure you double-check prices when shopping for early Black Friday deals as many retailers offer up ‘deals’ that have no actual value. Taking Best Buy as an example, it is great to see them offering customers an early Black Friday deal, with a price drop guarantee when the sales event arrives. While many retailers will price match on Black Friday, few are doing what Best Buy is doing, making them well worth checking out daily in the run-up.

Why shop for early Black Friday deals?

The best Black Friday deals are often limited to a certain amount of units. For example, an eye-watering TV deal may only last half a day, once it’s gone, it’s gone. With early Black Friday deals, you have the chance to beat the crowds and secure those savings well in advance.

Shaun, with a computer science degree and 15 years of computer experience, has been passionate about competitive FPS gaming since the mid-2000s.

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