As the weirdest year in recent history heads into the holiday season, we’re all facing the realization that many of us won’t be seeing our families in person. The best way to make up for it? More gifts! At least, that’s all we’ve come up with. And with more and more Amazon Black Friday deals dropping all the time, there’s no better time to shop your feelings—for your loved ones and yourself. Here are the best bargains available now, from smart TVs to wireless headphones and more.
If, for some reason, you can’t find what you need on Amazon, check out our picks for the best Target Black Friday deals, Best Buy Black Friday deals and Walmart Black Friday deals for even more shopping opportunities, straight from the comfort of your couch.
Best Amazon Black Friday Deals 2020
Black Friday is technically November 27, but there are gobs of affordable gifts for your gamer granddaughter, security-centric son-in-law, and beauty-obsessed bestie on Amazon right now! Bookmark this page and check back—we’ll be updating it regularly with new sales and removing out of stock products.
Smart Home & Electronics
Fire HD 10 Tablet—Now $80 (was $150)
Kindle Paperwhite—Now $110 (was $160)
Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite with Alexa Voice Remote Lite—Now $18 (was $30)
Amazon eero Pro 6 tri-band mesh Wi-Fi 6 system—Now $479 (was $599)
eufy by Anker, RoboVac G30 Edge—Now $239 (was $350)
eufy by Anker, BoostIQ RoboVac 30C MAX—Now $200 (was $300)
Sony Alpha a7 IIK E-mount interchangeable lens mirrorless camera—Now $998 (was $1,598)
Speakers & Headphones
Sony WH1000XM4/B Bluetooth Noise Cancellation Over-Ear Headphones—Now $278 (was $350)
Bose SoundLink Around Ear Wireless Headphones II—Now $159 (was $229)
JBL Charge 4 – Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker—Now $120 (was $180)
Bose Sports Wired In-Ear Headphones With Mic and Volume Control—Now $89 (was $129)
Home / Kitchen / Tools
SodaStream Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker—Now $50 (was $90)
AeroGarden Harvest 360—Now $85 (was $150) *Editor’s Pick*
Waterpik Sonic-Fusion Professional Flossing Toothbrush—Now $116 (was $200) *more colors and models here*
Tineco A11 Hero Cordless Lightweight Stick/Handheld Vacuum Cleaner—Now $180 (was $260) *more options here*
PELONIS Tower Space Heater—Now $80 (was $120)
Flexispot EG1 Height Adjustable Standing Desk 48 x 24—Now $220 (was $320) *coupon located under the price on page*
Flexispot EC9 Height Adjustable Standing Desk 48 x 24—Now $220 (was $320) *coupon located under the price on page*
Elite Gourmet Maxi-Matic EBM8103B Programmable Bread Maker Machine—Now $50 (was $75)
Games / Entertainment / Education
Samsung 49-Inch CRG9 Curved Gaming Monitor—Now $1,000 (was $1,130)
Car / Outdoors / Pet
GOOLOO Upgraded 2000A Peak SuperSafe Car Jump Starter—Now $70 (was $100)
Graco Extend2Fit Convertible Car Seat—Now $120 (was $200)
Portable Car Vacuum Cleaner—Now $35 (was $45)
Snow Joe SJ-SHLV01 Shovelution Strain-Reducing Snow Shovel—Now $20 (was $30) *Editor’s pick*
Embark | Dog DNA Test | Breed & Health Kit—Now $135 (was $199)
Clothing / Accessories / Fun
23andMe Health + Ancestry Service: Personal Genetic DNA Test—Now $99 (was $199)
More Great Deals
GE Profile Opal | Countertop Nugget Ice Maker—$466 (was $549). This smart ice maker from GE is Bluetooth-enabled, so you can set your ice-making schedule straight from your phone. It doesn’t require a hookup to a water line—just plug it in and fill the reservoir with water. It can produce up to 24 pounds of ice in a single day.
Samsung HW-Q60T 5.1ch Soundbar with 3D Surround Sound and Acoustic Beam (2020)—$278 (was $500). If you’re looking for a new TV this Black Friday, you should also consider how you’ll be hearing media on that new screen. This Samsung Soundbar was designed with Samsung’s “3D audio,” which places sound all around the room, not just directly in front of you or from another speaker in a surround sound setting. It can hook up to a 5.1 surround system and connect to two Bluetooth devices at once and easily switch between them.
Breville BOV845BSS Smart Oven Pro Convection Countertop Oven, Brushed Stainless Steel—$278 (was $350). This Breville Smart Oven is way more than a toaster. In fact, it has 10 settings to properly prepare your favorite foods, including bake, roast, pizza and cookie settings; it even has options to reheat, warm, and slow-cook meals. It heats up via convection for more even cooks and faster cook times.
Ring A19 Smart LED Bulb, White (Starter Kit: 2-pack)—$41 (was $60). These long-lasting Ring bulb will shine bright for up to 25,000 hours each. They work with Amazon Alexa, as well as other compatible Ring devices. You can customize them to turn on/off on a schedule, as well as manually control them from your phone with the Ring app.
Nixplay 2K Smart Digital Picture Frame 9.7—$238 (was $330). Digital picture frames have come a long way since the bulky one your dad put six images with a memory card. Nixplay’s 9.7-inch Smart Digital Picture Frame is controlled via an app, so you can select and upload any picture you like from your iOS or Android device. Sharing photos with your loved ones is easy, since you can send pictures directly to their frames. It even works with Amazon Alexa.
Nixplay 13.3 Inch Smart Digital Picture Frame—$230 (was $300). No need to load individual pictures into a memory card—Nixplay’s 13.3-inch Smart Digital Picture Frame syncs with Google Photos, as well as Dropbox, Facebook and Instagram to automatically sync photos to your device (or ones belonging to friends and family). It can be wall mounted and will automatically orient photos to the correct direction. It can also store and play videos up to 15 seconds long.
Roku Streaming Stick+—$29 (was $50). A small dongle plugged into your TV’s HDMI port is all it takes to start watching your favorite media with the Roku Streaming Stick+. It supports up to 4K resolution for crystal-clear video, and with the Roku app on your phone, you can listen through headphones to avoid waking other members of the family late at night.
Roku Streambar—$99 (was $130). Four built-in Dolby speakers and 4K streaming make the Roku Streambar a hard act to beat. It supports Apple AirPlay, so it’s easy to stream videos, pictures and even music from iOS and other Apple devices. Only one remote is needed, and it even includes the ability to voice search.
Roku Ultra—$69 (was $100). Thanks to new technology built into the Roku Ultra, you can stream in rooms that are further away from your router than before. It can pair with Dolby Atmos sound systems for 360-degree audio and supports Bluetooth streaming. Perhaps the best feature though is the lost remote finder—simply press a button on the streaming unit and listen for the sound.
Save $150 off this Hachi Infinite M1 portable smart projector. It’ll turn any flat surface into a touchscreen. Use the code “HOHXPYYA” from 11/16 through 11/30 at checkout.
Panasonic Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds—$117 (was $180). Truly wireless earbuds can be hard to come by, and ones that feature noise-canceling are even tougher. These earbuds from Panasonic have independent signaling, meaning a reliable connection and a lower likelihood of interference, and they’re IPX4 water-resistant, making them great for workouts. You also have the ability to control things like playback, receiving calls and volume levels with sensor controls on each bud.
Panasonic NN-CD87KS Home Chef 4-in-1 Microwave Oven with Air Fryer—$400 (was $480). This Panasonic 4-in-1 isn’t just a microwave—it’s also an air fryer, a convection oven, and a broiler. It’s small enough to fit on a countertop, but is large enough to fit an entire chicken inside. It can reach up to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
Panasonic LUMIX G9 4K Digital Camera—$998 (was $1,500). Panasonic’s mirrorless Lumix G9 makes it easy to switch settings at the press of a button and scroll of a wheel. It has a large OLED screen, but can be connected to external monitors. If you’re worried about running out of power, connect the battery charger directly to the body via USB.
Panasonic LUMIX GH5 4K Digital Camera—$1,298 (was $1,998). If the camera lover in your life is looking for something new, check out the Panasonic Lumix GH5. This 20.3-megapixel, mirrorless model can capture photo bursts in up to 6K. The body is splash- and freeze-proof and can withstand temperatures up to -10 degrees Fahrenheit; every joint, dial and button is weather-sealed. It has dual SD card slots, so you don’t have to worry about running out of memory. And not only is it Wi-Fi enabled, it has Bluetooth, too.
iRobot Roomba i7+ (7550) Robot Vacuum with Automatic Dirt Disposal— $799 (was $999). Sick of cleaning up? Join the club! Let this little neat freak do it for you. The state-of-the-art iRobot Roomba i7+ learns the layout of your home as it works, so it gets better and better at cleaning your space. It uses a three-stage system, power-lifting suction and AllergenLock Bags to trap 99 percent of pollen, mold and pet dander. And if you’re worried about a HAL 9000 situation, remain calm: you can program in “Keep Out Zones,” so your robot won’t end up taking control of your life.
Instant Pot Duo Plus Mini 9-in-1––$80 (was $100). If someone you know still hasn’t gotten their hands on an Instant Pot, the Duo Plus Mini is the perfect introduction. This 9-in-1 appliance turns out bowls of perfectly fluffy rice, simmers chili, sautés veggies, and pressure cooks hearty stews in a fraction of the time of other multicookers. New features include Cake, Egg, and Sterilize—for a clean breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert.
GoPro Hero8—$299 (was $350). Eliminate shaky hands while filming on the go with the HyperSmooth feature on the new GoPro Hero8. It features three levels of stabilization and in-app horizon leveling to make sure every shot is clear, plus the pocket-size shape has a side door to change batteries in a flash. It also lets you livestream to all your socials in 1080p—perfect for your aspiring vlogger niece.
Samsung Soundbar Q70—$398 (was $700). Did someone you know recently pick out a new QLED TV? Enhance their movie nights (and score more invites to them) with the Samsung Soundbar Q70, which picks up 3D surround sound from the front, side, and above. The 350-watt speaker also works hands-free when you connect it to Alexa.
Fitbit Charge 4—$100 (was $150). Built-in GPS on the FitBit Charge 4 lets you seek inspiration for new running trails and track the intensity you’re putting into your current workout. The Active Zone Minutes feature helps you identify the movements that make your heart rate peak, the device is swim-proof up to 50 meters deep. Oh, and the battery lasts a full 7 days!
Samsung 75-INCH 4K Class Crystal UHD TU-8000 Series—$998. Get everything you need for an immersive viewing experience with the Samsung 4K UHD TV. The 75-inch screen comes with Alexa built-in and only uses one remote, which means you can spend less time digging under the couch cushions, more time binge-watching. A 4K crystal processor provides ultra-saturated images.
Samsung 75-Inch 4K QLED Q70T Series TV—SAVE $700. You save more than 700 bucks on this Samsung QLED TV when you buy it now! It’s equipped with Quantum Dot technology, which provides billions (yes, billions) of color shades; a quantum 4K processor to make the viewing experience more immersive; active voice analyzer to detect ambient noise in your home and adjust accordingly (so cool); built-in Alexa and way more. This is the kind of gift you get a very, very good friend (say, someone who gave you a kidney) or possibly for this VIP trio: me, myself, and I.
Steelcase Chair—Now $899 (save $136). This year has been a literal pain in the butt thanks to all the sitting we’ve been doing. Give your tush some cush by upgrading your desk chair to this high roller from Steelcase. The cushioned seat has air pockets that conform to the body and reduce pressure, as well as a flexible perimeter that bends as you move. The 360-degree rotating arms are ergonomic, while 3D Liveback technology helps keep your spine aligned so you can start saying “aah” instead of “ouch!”
Brother DS-940DW Duplex and Wireless Compact Mobile Document Scanner—Save $50. OK, so a scanner isn’t the sexiest present ever, but it’s something everyone needs. (Seriously, think about all the times you’ve had to run to FedEx or ended up just taking photos of your documents with your phone. Très professional.) This feature-packed mobile document scanner from Brother scans quickly in black and white and color; works as a standalone device or scans to your mobile. The best part is that its sleek design and 1.5-pound weight means it won’t take up space on your desk, and you can bring it wherever you go.