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Starting life in 1994 as an online bookstore, Amazon has since become the largest online retailer in the world, offering products that range from electronics and home goods to live insects and Nicolas Cage pillowcases.
Amazon’s expansion into tablets in 2007 and video streaming in 2011 only cemented its status as a major player in digital technology. And it’s stepped up the game on finding the best holiday deals by participating in annual Black Friday deals sure to save you a buck or two.
Black Friday is the biggest retail day in the United States — and becoming more and more popular each year in Canada – so it’s your chance to take advantage of even more spectacular savings on Amazon.
Black Friday falls this year on November 27, 2020. But if you’re looking to catch deals, bookmark Amazon’s Black Friday Deals Store. We’ll also update this page as we catch wind of new Amazon sales and discounts.
Like you, we’re eagerly awaiting full details on Black Friday savings. But Amazon is dispelling some of the mystery by announcing its Black Friday Deals Store weeks ahead of US Thanksgiving weekend.
Through its Black Friday Deals Store, you can start planning what you’ll choose from toys, electronics, holiday decorations and clothing for all cuts. You’ll save on LG, Samsung and Sony as well as the brands we all really care about: LEGO, Star Wars and Melissa & Doug.
No, you don’t need Prime to shop Amazon’s Black Friday deals. But members could get early or exclusive access to bigger discounts, not to mention early access to Amazon Key.
Way back in 2015, Amazon dropped an ad for Black Friday deals two days prior to the shopping frenzy. Last year, it gave consumers a heads up on cyber deals a whole week early.
This year, we’re getting a preview on the first day of Turkey Month: November 1st. Amazon kicks off Black Friday with bonkers announcements that include:
Amazon has the upper hand over in-store retailers because it’s literally open year-round — even as you stuff yourself silly on Thanksgiving.
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