For many families, it has long been a tradition to pick up the newspaper on Thanksgiving and check all the local retail outlet Black Friday ads.
That tradition may soon be a thing of the past, as retailers move their ads online and sites like Amazon beat them all in price reduction.
LaptopsSurface Laptop 3: was $1,299 00 now $959 13.5-inch display, a Core i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. You can get it now for $350 off from Amazon with an eCoupon. Acer Aspire 5: was $349 now $308 LG Gram: was $1499 now $1199 MacBook Air 13″ (256GB): was $1,299 now $1,099 MacBook Air 13″ (2017): was $999 now $699 MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019): was $2,399 now $2,189 Newly releases with a larger display, more reliable keyboard, the 16-inch. Incredibly fast performance, long battery life and power speakers MacBook Pro 15″ (512GB): was $2,799 now $2,349
TabletsAmazon Fire HD 10 Tablet: was $149 now $99 The best tablet Amazon has ever made iPad 10.2″ (2019): was $429 now $379 Apple iPad 10.2″ (2019): was $329 now $249 Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet: was $79, now $49 One of the cheapest tablets you’ll find around, perfect for your kids as a Christmas gift.
What to avoid buying on Black Friday
Just about everything is on sale during Black Friday. However, you should approach every sale with a bit of caution.
Historically, we’ve found that “in-store-only” deals are typically available online.
In some instances, they might even debut online before in-store.
Stay home, let that turkey digest, and shop from the comfort of your living room instead of a crowded store.