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Of all things you can get on sale during Black Friday, tech and electronics are probably the most popular, and it's easy to see why. Historically, items like TVs and laptops have had the most insane discounts (we all remember those wild images on the news showing crazed crowds trampling over each other to grab heavily discounted televisions), and these days, things haven't changed much, because the Black Friday deals are still top tier, except luckily, you can shop savings right from home. We're talking hundreds of dollars off Microsoft's Surface laptop and a whopping $1000 worth of savings on Samsung's famous frame TV.
Whether you're in the market for some wireless headphones, new additions to your gaming set up, or a new portable speaker, this list has compiled 15 of the best Black Friday tech deals to shop into one convenient place.
When is Black Friday 2023?
Mark your calendars for Nov. 24, 2023, to save big from so many of your favorite stores and retailers.
When do early Black Friday deals start?
Tons of brands started rolling out Black Friday deals as early as November 1, so you can start saving right now!
Are Black Friday deals really worth it?
The short answer is...yes! Black Friday is known for their doorbuster deals and some of the best savings you can get all year on some of the most popular products in every category.
How much are Black Friday discounts?
On average, discounts range anywhere between 20% and 60% with some brands even offering up to 80% off.
What is Cyber Monday?
Cyber Monday refers to the the online sales that many brands began having on the Monday following Black Friday. Originally, the difference was that Cyber Monday deals happened exclusively online.
Are Black Friday deals better than Cyber Monday sales?
Many brands have sales on both days and are on average pretty much neck and neck. You can't really go wrong with either, plus you can shop from the comfort of your home during both events.
Why is it called Black Friday?
Back in the 1960s, the term Black Friday was used to describe the masses of post-Thanksgiving Day shoppers, where the influx of purchases made many stores' accounts go from "in the red" to "in the black."
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