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Amazon Black Friday sales can be pretty chaotic, but shopping online still beats dealing with the crowds of people and long lines in stores. Lucky for you, it’s the Giving Season and we’re in a helpful mood–and Amazon is too. The company’s latest deal rewards you for shopping with an Alexa-enabled device.
Instead of having to wait until Black Friday, all Alexa owners get early access to the deals starting November 18. If you don’t own an Alexa device, you won’t get access to these deals until November 21.
Just ask Alexa “What are my deals?” and she’ll spit ’em out like a neighborly waiter alerting you of the daily soup special. And if you happen to hear a sale you like, just prompt her to add it to your cart and order as you would anything else.
But if even that is too troublesome for you, we’ve listed all of the noteworthy deals Amazon has announced so far below. And If you’re looking for more tips on how to make the most of the Amazon Black Friday sales, make sure you check out our Black Friday guide.
Amazon Black Friday sales available now
* Alexa-enabled shoppers receive early access to these deals
on sale for $246.97 (regularly $429.97)
on sale for $39.98 (regularly $79.98)
on sale for $329.97 (regularly $429.97)
Deals starting November 16
on sale for $69.97 (regularly $149.97)
on sale for $339.98 (regularly $459.98)
on sale for $89.99+ (regularly $129.99+)
on sale for $99.99 (regularly $149.99)
on sale for $144.99 (regularly $189.98)
Deals starting November 18
on sale for $24.99 (regularly $39.99)
on sale for $34.99 (regularly $49.99)
on sale for $59.99 (regularly $119.99)
on sale for $179.99 (regularly $229.99)
Deals starting November 21
on sale for $78.99+ (regularly $129.99+)
- The best Christmas movies on Hulu
- The Amazon Fire TV Edition makes streaming in 4K easy
- The best documentaries on Amazon Prime
Deals starting November 22
on sale for $49.99+ (regularly $199.99)
on sale for $69.99 (regularly $99.99) for every one sold Amazon will donate $10 to (RED)
on sale for $109.99+ (regularly $149.99)
on sale for $109.99+ (regularly $149.99)
on sale for $89.99+ (regularly $129.99)
on sale for $49.99+ (regularly $79.99)
on sale for $79.99+ (regularly $119.99)
on sale for $129.99+ (regularly $179.99+)
on sale for $249 (regularly $398)
Be sure to stay with us for the most up-to-date deal coverage throughout the holiday season! For all the current Black Friday deals, click here.
MORE BAZAAR DEALS:
- 36 of the best gifts you can buy for each zodiac sign
- You can now buy a live Christmas tree from your sofa thanks to Amazon
- Delight the bookworms in your life with an Audible membership
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