The name changed but most of the sales are the same, for one day only. Many Black Friday 2019 deals continue, joined by new deals going live every hour through Cyber Monday 2019. Some merchants may hold last-minute deals on a few items to release during the rest of this week, Cyber Week, but the bulk of the deals are live now.
There are tons of great discounts on TVs, Instant Pots, air fryers, robot vacuums, smart home devices, and Apple products onand online storefronts. It’s a great time to save. If you’ve been holding back, now is the time to save big while inventories last. There are excellent deals still active on .
Best Black Friday deals that are still available
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What Black Friday deals are still left?
4K TVs, laptops, Black Friday smartphones, and Apple Watch deals are definitely some of the most popular in 2019. We’ve also seen quite a few really great MacBook and iPad deals too, with prices as low as $270 for a brand new tablet.
Like any buying holiday, it’s also a great time for gaming sales. Xbox deals, PS4 deals, and of course, Nintendo Switch deals were bountiful this Black Friday. We also saw price cuts on headphones, with Apple AirPods, Bose, and Sony wireless options at a discount. If you’re interested in smart home appliances, there are also great Instant Pot deals and robot vacuum sales to be had. Amazon devices are also at some of their lowest prices of the year.
Tips for shopping Black Friday deals in 2019
Although retailers still promote doorbuster deals and in-store-only discounts, most Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are also available online. As online shopping grows each year, Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping online has grown right along with it. This is a dangerous time for your bank account, so here are some for the best tips and tricks to remember while you browse. If you want to make the most out of your Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, here are the things to keep in mind.
Not every deal is a good deal: It is a fairly common tactic for retailers to promote “reduced prices” during an event like this, but savings aren’t always what they seem. More often than not, those products you’re looking at have been on sale for months already, and today’s deals have nothing to do with the price cut you see.
Beware of phishing scams: We live in a digital era, which means it’s easier than ever to have your information stolen online. To avoid getting your credit card information, identity, or personal logins stolen while shopping, take a look at how to stay safe online.
Have a budget in mind: Shopping online can be addictive. If you aren’t careful with your purchases, you can end up overspending without any real plan in place to pay everything off. Even if you’re planning on buying a lot of smaller items, make sure to have a budget and stick to it.
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