Black Friday deals are dropping soon; in fact, it already feels like the 2022 Black Friday shopping season has begun, thanks to a host of early sales from the likes of Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy. Retailers are offering record-low prices on TVs, tablets, toys, AirPods, vacuums, coffee makers, and more. To help you find the top bargains amid the flurry of offers, we’ve rounded up the best Black Friday deals available right now.

Below you’ll find links to the Black Friday sales that have already launched, plus our pick of the best Black Friday deals we’ve seen so far, and we’re adding new bargains all the time.

Today’s top offers below include huge savings on TVs like this Samsung 75-inch 4K TV on sale for $579.99(opens in new tab) and our best-rated TV of 2022, the LG C2 OLED, on sale for $1,296.99(opens in new tab). Looking for a budget set? Best Buy has smart TVs starting at just $79.99(opens in new tab).

You’ll also find record-low prices on Apple devices like the AirPods Pro 2 down to $199.99(opens in new tab) and the 2021 iPad on sale for $269(opens in new tab). More of our favorite Black Friday deals include the Ninja blender system for $99(opens in new tab) and a massive $190 discount on this top-rated Toloco massage gun(opens in new tab).

We’re constantly updating this page with new deals as they go live, so bookmark this page, and keep checking back all the way through to Cyber Monday.

Black Friday is nearly upon us and the now-infamous shopping day has encouraged consumers to turn feral in recent years. Videos of people flooding into shops and snaffling as much as they can epitomised the early days of the unofficial holiday.

In the context of people struggling to pay for things due to high inflation, any deal may look enticing. However, companies are more than aware of the lure of Black Friday and it has been proven that deals on offer are often no better compared to other times of the year.

British consumer protection site Which? conducted their yearly analysis of Black Friday sales. They found 98% of products on sale on Black Friday 2021 were cheaper or at least the same price at other times of the year.

Is Black Friday really all that?

Which? looked at 214 different deals from last year’s Black Friday sales at seven major UK retailers. They looked at prices six months before and after Black Friday, which was 26 November last year.

86% of the products were cheapest in the six months before Black Friday as well as not one of the products being at their cheapest on Black Friday itself.

Which? named Amazon and Very as “the worst retailers overall for dubious discounts”. Considering Amazon was one of the companies at the forefront of Black Friday’s beginnings this is certainly a company to watch out for.

How you can get the best deals

Checking multiple websites is the easiest way of making sure you are actually gettting a deal. Multiple shops may be selling an item while not all may be calling items a special offer. Maybe you aren’t getting as good a deal as you may have thought prior.

Another way of checking deals is using apps or websites which track prices of products. Sites like Pricerunner and PriceSpy can be used to see if the product you are looking at is actually on sale or not.

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